DVD

All of our DVDs are "Original Factory New" and are Region 1 or 0 (NTSC). 

Region 1 - U.S., Canada, U.S. Territories (NTSC) 
Region 0 - DVDs can be played in any DVD player regardless of their region coding. (NTSC) 

Blu-ray discs do not play in a regular DVD player, you need a Blu-ray Player to play them. 

 

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  • Last House on the Left (1972)
    • 40% less

    OK, it says “Collector’s Edition” and they changed the cover artwork, but I’m guessing it’s still the same print that MGM has been releasing and calling “uncut” or “unrated” for the past 20 or 25 years. It does contain new special features, which include commentary with actors David Hess, Marc Sheffler, and Fred Lincoln, a featurette with director Wes Craven, “Crime of the Century” documentary, a featurette on the film’s music, deleted scenes and more. The extras alone make the disc worth owning. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Leatherface: Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3 (1989)
    • 40% less
    A couple of college students driving coast to coast fall prey to a cannibalistic clan on the Texas backroads. Their only hope is survivalist Ken Foree, hell bent on revenge against Leatherface (R.A. Mihailoff) and his demented “family.” Finally available in an “unrated” version (with an extra 6 minutes worth of footage over the original release version of the film AND 5:1 or 6:1 dolby surround sound), Jeff Burr’s third installment in the TCM legacy is actually quite good and well worth a watch. Also includes the “R” rated version of the film, commentary from director Jeff Burr, documentary, alternate ending, trailers and more. DVD
    • $14.99
  • Let Sleeping Corpses Lie (1974)
    • New!

    George and Edna are reluctant traveling companions that come across a small English village infested with the living dead. Seems that an experimental agricultural machine using radiation waves to make food grow larger has an even more interesting side effect when it starts to make the now flesh hungry dead. One of the better zombie films to come out of the 70’s. Complete with interview with the director, TV and radio spots, and a poster and still gallery. Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • Living Coffin (1958) ,The
    • 40% less

    In this Mexican horror film classic, a Cowboy and his sidekick head off to an eerie old ranch to learn more about a stone figure of a crying woman that they found. Things go from weird to weirder when they learn that the statue is one of two created by the now dead Clotilde, whose ghost has been sighted by local villagers crying herself.

    Uncut print, in Spanish with English subtitles. Includes photo essay on Mexican horror-Westerns, poster and stills and more. Now out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Love Bites (2000)
    • 25% less
    Freeloading Jordan is hired by a wealthy club owner to track down the elusive Jordan, an alluring beauty that lives by night. He will soon discover that finding her comes with a heavy price. Love Bites stars Asia Argento. US release DVD. Also includes documentary with Asia Argento, photo gallery, trailer and more. DVD
    • $14.99
  • Mad Doctor of Blood Island (1969)
    • 25% less

    Although second (after Brides of Blood) in director Eddie Romero’s “Blood Island Trilogy”, Mad Dr. of Blood Island is probably the best known title in the series. John Ashley returns to Blood Island as Dr. Lorca’s green-blooded creature begins an orgy of slaughter on anyone that crosses it’s path. Angelique Pettyjohn arrives looking for her father... Is there a tie between the monster and her father? Uncut, restored 4K print with interviews, commentary, and trailer.

    • $14.99
  • This Amicus / AIP co-production stars Vincent Price as a washed up horror legend Paul Toombes, who suffers a nervous breakdown and heads to England to do a TV series based on his famous character “Dr. Death”. Peter Cushing is his screenwriter, and Robert Quarry is his producer. Not long after Price arrives, the cast and crew of his show start to die in the same way characters in his old films did. Remastered in HD, with commentary, trailer, and a featurette.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Four DVD Box Set contains all four of classic Spaghetti Westerns, including the original MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (1960), where we find a band of gunslingers hired to protect a village from an outlaw attack. Yul Brenner, Steve McQueen, Eli Wallach, and Charles Bronson star.

    In RETURN OF THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (1966), Yul Brenner rounds up another group of gunfighters to search for their compatriot who has been taken hostage by a band of desperadoes.

    In GUNS OF THE MAGNIFICENT (1969), the Seven take to the dusty trail to free a captured Mexican revolutionary from a prison fortress known as “The Rat Hole.”

    Things wrap up in THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN RIDE! (1972), with Lee Van Cleef taking over as the lead, who is now married and working for the law the Arizona Territory. When his wife is killed, he takes to tracking down the gunmen and winds up in a plundered boarder town whose widowed women are under attack by a gang of marauders.  DVD

    • $24.99
  • 3-Disc Blu-ray / DVD Combo - While in Egypt, a young girl is given a mysterious charm that causes her archeologist father to be struck blind inside an unexplored pyramid. When the family returns to Manhattan, a plague of supernatural evil follows them, unleashing an ancient curse upon the streets. One of Lucio Fulci’s last films to actually be released in the USA combines elements of The Exorcist, The Awakening and Poltergeist to name a few. The results are mixed to say the least. Extras include interviews with composer Fabio Frizzi, star Cosimo Cinieri, makeup effects man Maurizo Trani, and others; trailer, poster gallery, collectable booklet, bonus CD soundtrack (is the 3rd disc), and more.

    Includes both the Blu-ray and standard DVD versions of the film.

    • $39.99
  • New 4K DVD. Joe Spinell is Frank Zito, a maniac haunted by childhood trauma and abuse. He stalks the streets of New York murdering and scalping young women. Caroline Munro is a photographer who meets and likes Frank... Little does she know that she may have just befriended a maniac! William Lustig’s gory and disturbing horror flick is a must. Unrated widescreen print includes commentary from director Lustig, makeup effects man Tom Savini, and others. Also includes trailers, TV and radio spots.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Blu-ray / DVD Combo - Actor and nightclub singer, Duke Mitchell wrote, produced, directed, and starred in this low budget answer to The Godfather, and the results are nothing short of amazing... in a gritty, 1970’s B movie sort of way. Duke is the son of a Mafia kingpin that guns down and murders his way through a blood-soaked Hollywood crime spree clawing his way to the top of the heap. Beautiful new restoration of the original director’s cut of the film features interviews, Duke Mitchell home movies, audio recordings, a TV special, radio spots, trailer, and more. Now out of print.

    Includes both the Blu-ray and standard DVD versions of the film.

    • $49.99
  • Mold (2013)
    • 75% less

    It’s 1984 and America’s war on drugs takes a weird turn when a secret government project to kill coca fields with a fast-growing, genetically engineered strain of mold gets out of hand and begins to feed on human flesh. Just like in real life, you can always count on the government to screw up everything they touch, and it’s not long before the murderous mildew is released in a secret lab. It’s The Stuff meets Street Trash in this gooey and gory tribute to horror films of the 80s. Includes commentary, behind the scenes, and trailers.  DVD

    • $4.99
  • When singer Vince Raven (Alice Cooper) returns to his home town to shoot a music video, he and his crew are confronted by a terrifying local legend when packs of wild dogs seem to be on the loose attacking the locals in this Euro-clunker from writer / director Claudio Fragasso (the man behind the infamous Troll 2.) Remember… it IS called “monster dog” when watching… Includes featurette with interviews, and more.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Blu-ray Combo DVD - Hard to believe there was a time when Hollywood would produce a black comedy cannibal film, but before the days of shitty remakes of shitty original films, they managed to slip something weird and original into the mix every now and then. You are what you eat with Farmer Vincent’s smoked meats, and Rory Calhoun and Nancy Parsons are up to the task of making sure the smokehouse remains full! Includes commentary with director Kevin Connor, interviews, a look back at Motel Hell featurette, and original trailer.  Blu-ray and DVD

    • $29.99
  • The first My Bloody Valentine still remains one of the best “slasher” films the 80’s had to offer. This remake is, well, not as good and not as gory as the original by a long shot, but was a fun gimmick movie none the less, boasting some great 3-D effects. This widescreen, 103 minute, 3-D version comes with four pair of 3-D glasses for viewing and includes commentary from the director. DVD
    • $14.99
  • In an attempt to cure her writer’s block, novelist Lauren Cochran decides to leave the city and rent a big old house in the country. Unaware of the houses shocking history, people around her begin to suffer increasingly violent deaths. Slowly, Lauren begins to unravel the truth about the house and its past but will she escape from the place or will she herself become just another victim of The Nesting? Includes deleted and extended scenes, trailers, TV spots and a poster and still gallery. Now out of print, so supplies are limited.

    • $19.99
  • A razor welding psycho is carving up women around New York City in this gory horror outing from director Lucio Fulci. One of Fulci’s most savage and brutal thrillers, NY Ripper offers up some show stopping gore footage that is guaranteed to please even the most jaded gore hound. Uncut, widescreen print with trailer. Also includes interview with actress Zora Kerova, a look at the NYC locations: then and now, original trailer.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Night Killer (1989)
    • 25% less

    Between the gory Zombie 4 (aka After Death) and his cult clunker Troll 2, Claudio Fragasso tried his hand at a “freddy” rip-off sort of thing with a suicidal young woman and a masked madman with a razor-fingered glove. Then, the producers had fellow Italian horror director Bruno Mattei add in some more gore and released it as Texas Chainsaw Massacre 3. The name didn’t stick around but for better or worse, the film did. Includes interviews with director Fragasso, screenwriter Rossella Drudi, and trailer.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Blu-ray / DVD Combo - For the first time in 65 million years, a comet is going to buzz past the Earth closer than ever before, and people are celebrating it’s arrival around the world! Everyone that is, except Regina (Catherine Mary Stewart), and her sister Samantha (Kelli Maroney) who discover it may have been a good idea they missed the festivities when everyone was either vaporized or turned into a zombie when the comet passed by. Now, it’s a game of survival for the few lucky humans left alive. Includes commentary with Stewart, Maroney, Mary Waronov, and make-up effects creator David Miller, trailer, and more.  Blu-ray / DVD Combo

    • $29.99
  • Blu-ray / DVD  Combo - One of the better horror films to come out of the late 80’s, Kevin Tenney’s Night of the Demons is finally available unrated and uncut on Blu-ray DVD. It’s Halloween night and Angela is throwing a party in deserted Hull House, a funeral home with something evil hiding in the basement. Fortunately for the viewer, once the guests arrive, so does the tongue ripping, eyeball gouging, dismemberment and nudity! Linnea quigley, one of the only true “scream queens” out there co-stars while ex-husband Steve Johnson handles the gruesome effects work.

    Includes two different commentary tracks, interviews with the cast and crew, promo reel, trailers, TV and radio spots, and more.  Blu-ray / DVD  Combo

    • $29.99
  • Night of the Hunted (1980)
    • New!
    • 52% less

    Elysabeth (Brigitte Lahaie) is taken to a mysterious clinic where everyone is suffering from a mental disorder where they are slowing losing their memories and identities due to an environmental accident. It’s quite a departure from the usual erotic vampire films that French director Jean Rollin is known for. Uncut print from the original film negative. Extras include a couple of previously unseen sex scenes and the trailer. In French with English subtitles.  DVD

    Please note: In French with English subtitles.

    • $11.99
  • Night of the Living Dead '90 (1990)
    • 40% less

    Tom Savini directed remake of the 1968 zombie classic wasn’t really all that bad. Good performances from Tony Todd, Pat Tallman, Tom Towels and the rest of the cast helps.  DVD

    • $11.99
  • Night of the Living Dead (1968)
    • 33% less

    It’s George Romero’s trend setting zombie classic, and I’m sure it needs no plot write up here to do it justice. This is the out of print Elite DVD, featuring a beautiful THX transfer, trailers, TV spots, commentary from Romero and the cast, “Night of the Living Bread” parody, photo gallery, and so much more. Out of print DVD.

    • $9.99
  • Night of the Living Dead 3-D (2007)
    • 47% less

    It’s a remake of sorts of George Romero’s classic zombie film… but in 3-D! Barbara, Johnny and the whole gang are here! So is Sid Haig for some odd reason. Widescreen print includes commentary from the director, screenwriter, and Sid Haig; behind-the-scenes featurette, trailer, blooper reel, and more. 4 pairs of 3-D glasses included.  Out of print DVD.

    • $7.99
  • aka Nightmare in a Damaged Brain.  Mentally unbalanced George Tatum is released from a New York mental hospital, enjoys the seedy side of 42nd Street (before they sold it to Disney) and then heads off to Florida to terrorize an unsuspecting family. Romano Scavolini’s gory and notorious low budget 80’s slasher flick finally made it’s way to DVD fully uncut. Includes commentary from make-up artist Cleve Hall and star Baird Stafford.

    • $24.99
  • A radioactive spill transforms people into flesh-craving zombie killers in this horror outing from director Umberto Lenzi. Originally released in the US as “City of the Walking Dead” this uncut print features the original title and all the gore missing from original video prints. Widescreen print with interview with Lenzi, trailer and director bio. Now out of print DVD.

    • $19.99
  • Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) , A
    • 52% less

    2-Disc InfiniFilm DVD - One of the best horror films to come out of the 80’s. Digitally mastered from the original film negatives. Includes “Never Sleep Again” making of documentary, two other featurettes, commentary with director Wes Craven, Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon, and the cinematogrpher Jacques Haitkin, alternate ending, and a bunch of interactive features like pop-up prompts and exclusive content for this DVD release. Now out of print, this is a cut out DVD with a scratch in the box across the UPC code.

    • $11.99
  • Candy Stripe Nurses (1974) - Night Call Nurses (1972) - Private Duty Nurses (1971) & The Young Nurses (1973) - Lovely young female nurses fall in love, have sex, take on drug traffickers, and otherwise give their patients the sexiest treatment you’ve ever seen in this collection of four 70’s masterpieces of drive-in cinema.

    Includes interviews with Roger Corman, Julie Corman, Jon Kaplan, and Allan Holleb. Now out of print DVD.

    • $19.99
  • A lonely depraved killer is randomly stalking and murdering women around Las Vegas. And, ah, well, that’s it for plot in this underground cult horror flick. Includes trailers.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • When a young opera singer takes over for the leading lady in a bizarre production of Macbeth, she is soon stalked by a crazed fan who repeatedly forces the young diva to watch in horror as he murder’s her friends. Does a recurring nightmare hold the key to the killer’s identity?... Co-written and directed by Italian murder maestro Dario Argento, Opera is really worth a look. Includes interviews with Argento and the crew, trailers, and music video. Now out of print DVD.

    • $19.99
  • Orgy of the Living Dead (1973)
    • New!

    aka The Hanging Woman, and Return of the Zombies.  When Serge (Stelvio Rosi) arrives in the the quiet 19th century European village for the reading of his uncle’s will, strange things begin to happen. First, his cousin is found murdered and hanging by a tree in the cemetery. This leads him to the subterranean lair of a demented doctor, his daughter, and their hunchback slave Igor (Paul Naschy) who are all doing ghoulish experiments on bringing the dead back to life. Uncut print, remastered from the original film negative. Also includes the original Return of the Zombies version of the film.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Phantasm (1978) Remastered Print
    • 20% less

    Do we really need to write a description for Don Coscarelli’s cult horror classic, Phantasm? Good, I didn’t think so.

    This remastered HD print looks amazing, and includes commentary from Coscarelli, Michael Baldwin, Angus Scrimm, and Bill Thornbury, original interviews from 1979, deleted scenes, and trailers. DVD

    • $19.99
  • Piranha (1978)
    • 33% less

    Being a guy who really didn’t like “Jaws” as a kid because it was overly long and the shark looked as fake as fake can look, I must say that I loved Piranha - and still do! Joe Dante’s gory and fun horror outing isn’t overly long, and the Rob Bottin ‘n Chris Walas effects hold up well. Plus, having Barbara Steele, Kevin McCarthy, Bradford Dillman, Dick Miller, Belinda Balaski and Paul Bartel in the cast sure doesn’t hurt either. This “special edition” DVD also includes two different commentary tracks, behind-the-scenes footage, making of featurette, trailers, TV spots, and more.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • Pledge Night (1988)
    • 20% less

    Blu-ray / DVD Combo - As the practice of college hazing continues at Phi Up’s “Hell week”, they unleash the spirit of a 60’s hippie that died of a prank gone wrong twenty years earlier, and is out for revenge in this lesser known 80’s slasher flick. With a soundtrack from the band Anthrax, and starring lead singer Joey Belladonna. 2K scan includes a load of interviews, featurette on the filing locations, trailer, and more.

    Includes both the Blu-ray and standard DVD versions of the film.

    • $19.99
  • Premonition (1975) , The
    • 40% less

    In his contribution to the whole para-everything craze on the mid-1970’s, director Robert Schnitzer has Sheri Bennett (Sharon Farrell) plagued by terrifying visions in which a strange woman attempts to whisk away her five year old daughter Janie. Are these visions just some sort of mental disorder, just a series of nightmares, or is there something more sinister afoot? 2K restored print includes director commentary, interviews, trailers, and more. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Project X (1968)
    • 28% less

    In this William Castle directed sci-fi thriller, we find a secret agent (Christopher George) brought back from cryogenic suspension after he survived a plane crash during a mission. He’s made to think that he’s a gangster living in the year 1968 and he’s out to uncover a secret germ formula that has been hidden away years earlier. Naturally, nothing really goes as planned. Widescreen uncut print is now out of print DVD.

    • $17.99
  • Prom Night (1980)
    • 25% less

    One of the original 80’s slasher films with Jamie Lee Curtis and Leslie Nielsen. A childhood prank comes back to bite a group of high school seniors on prom night when a mystery from their past shows up with an axe to grind... a big axe! This is the new Synapse Films high def transfer and it looks amazing. Extras include commentary with director Paul Lynch and screenwriter William Gray, making of featurette, alternate TV broadcast scenes, and original trailer and TV spots. DVD

    • $14.99
  • On her graduation celebration night, Rosemary and her date are brutally murdered by a jilted soldier just home from the war. Thirty years later, the graduation dance will be held for the first time since the murders took place... And the murderer has returned along with the event! This golden age slasher film is presented here uncut and is well worth adding to every fans collection. Includes commentary with director Joseph Zito and makeup effects artist Tom Savini, gore footage behind-the-scenes with Savini, trailer and poster gallery. DVD

     

    • $19.99
  • Psycho 2 (1983)
    • 25% less

    After spending twenty years in a mental institution, Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins) is released. So what does he do? He goes home to run the family motel, naturally. And it isn’t long before weird shit starts happening again. Twenty years after the Hitchcock classic, who would have thought the sequel would remotely be worth watching? To prove everyone wrong, Psycho 2 spawned several enjoyable Psycho sequels. Includes commentary with screenwriter Tom Holland, interviews, trailer, and TV Spots. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Psycho: The Complete 4 Film Collection
    • 17% less

    We start out with Hitchcock’s original PSYCHO (1960); and 22 years later, PSYCHO 2 (1983) finds “Norman Bates” a free man. Anthony Perkins gets to direct PSYCHO 3 (1986), and Mick Garris examines Norman’s childhood in PSYCHO 4: THE BEGINNING (1990) when Norman calls into a late night radio show to share his disturbing childhood memories. Includes extras like newsreel footage on the release of the original film, trailers, poster gallery and more.  DVD

    • $24.99
  • Blu-ray and DVD Combo - Joe runs a strip club. Kate is an attractive manicurist. After meeting up and bonding over their mutual dislike of grapes, they discover they also have something else in common: They are both bloodthirsty serial killers! As they begin to balance their life together with their obsession for murdering strangers, in walks Herman, the cannibal plumber, who finds out what the couple are when he makes a house call to unclog a drain full of human remains. Herman attempts to blackmail Joe and Kate to put meat on his table, and there the fun begins… This absurd black comedy cult classic is finally available on blu-ray and DVD on a print restored from the original 16mm camera negative. Includes commentary tracks, interviews, making of featurette, trailer, footage shot at the Cinema Wasteland Show when star Carmine Capobianco was a guest in 2016, short films, and more.

    Includes both the Blu-ray and standard DVD versions of the film.

    • $19.99
  • Pumpkinhead (1988)
    • 25% less

    After a group of teenagers inadvertently kills his son, Lance Henriksen seeks the magic of a backwoods witch to revenge his son’s death. They invoke “The Pumpkinhead” - A monstrously large, clawed and fanged creature from Hell itself. Another of the late 80’s horror films that’s worth adding to your collection.  Fun monster movie stuff from effects man and director Stan Winston. Includes commentary, featurettes, behind the scenes footage and more!  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Puppet Master (1989)
    • 33% less

    A group of psychics out to investigate if puppeteer Andre Toulon discovered the secret of life get a little more than they bargained for in the original Puppet Master. An enjoyable 80s cult classic from director David Schmoller with Paul LeMat, Irene Miracle, and Barbara Crampton. Out of print Full Moon DVD incudes Charles Band’s original Videozone Magazine featurette, trailer, and behind the scenes look at the film. DVD

    • $9.99
  • Puppet Master: The Legacy (2003)
    • 33% less

    Weaving new footage with flashback footage from previous Puppet Master films, we get the story of Eric Weiss, a young boy who was once protected from Hitler’s SS by Andre Toulon, the toy maker who controlled a group of killer puppets. Now a grown man, Weiss has spent a lifetime trying to perfect Toulon’s secret of giving life to the inanimate. Rogue agent Maclain also wants the secret and he’s ready and willing to torture Weiss to get it. Fortunately, Weiss has figured it out and his puppets are also ready and willing to shed blood to protect their new master. DVD

    • $9.99
  • Ransom Baby (1973)
    • 40% less

    After a group of revolutionaries hold up a casino and make off with the loot, an inspector who knows who the criminal mastermind is, sets out to track them down. In an attempt to stop the cops from closing in on them, the robbers kidnap the inspector’s son. That just pisses the guy off even more. This is a uncommon Greek crime thriller in the same vein as the Italian crime thrillers of the 1970’s.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Rats: Night of Terror (1983)
    • 25% less

    In the near future, after greedy corporations and the world’s governments destroy the world as we know it, a group of survivors discovers an abandoned research lab filled with food, water, and sadly, thousands of hungry rats. Not ordinary rats mind you, but super-intelligent mutant rats with an appetite for human flesh. Directed by Bruno Mattei, this low budget sci-fi horror cheapie is chock full of wretched dialogue, bad acting, poor effects (and even poorer “rats”) that comes capped off with a twist ending one has to see to believe. Widescreen print with director interview and trailer. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Evil aliens plot to distribute strange, glow-in-the-dark drugs to Earthlings. Isn’t to hard to pawn them off on dumbed down teenagers looking to get high at one of Rhode Island’s biggest raves, and that is exactly what happens in this ambitious indy horror outing. Includes commentary, photo gallery and trailers. DVD
    • $14.99
  • “He’s pure evil… pure power… pure terror!”… And quite the rubber-headed Pagan-monster-demon-creature too! Trapped for a millennia, the monster is unleashed when the ancient seal on his tomb is broken, and the demon is free to go on a rampage of blood and lust once again. An American historian on a working vacation in Ireland gets caught up in attempting to once again stop the monster. With a screenplay by Clive Barker based on his original story, the movie had its budget limits - most noticeable with the monster itself. But it certainly has its fans. Took forever, but Rawhead Rex is finally out on DVD. Includes commentary with director George Pavlou, five different interview segments, trailer, and more.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Stuart Gordon’s cult Lovecraftian horror classic needs no plot summary if you ask us, so here’s all you get: Herbert West, Doctor Hill’s head, reanimated corpses, lotza gore and totally outrageous. ‘Nuff said?

    This special edition 4K DVD includes something like 156 commentary tracks (or so it seems), interviews, extended and deleted scenes, trailer and TV spots and more. DVD

    • $19.99
  • Reincarnation of Isabel (1972) , The
    • 60% less

    In the late 1300‘s, beautiful Isabella (Rita Calderoni) is tortured and burned at the stake as a witch in front of her lover, who in turn swears revenge. Several hundred years later, the well-do-do Jack Nelson (Mickey Hargitay) and his niece Laureen (Rita Calderoni in a duel role) celebrate her engagement at their newly acquired castle. Unknown to them though is that in the castle’s dark, dank cellar, evil occultists participate in black magic rites that involve sacrificing young virgins in order to resurrect Isabella. Classic Euro-trash from director Renato Polselli.

    Uncut print, in Italian with subs. Now out of print DVD.

    • $9.99
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