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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  • Zeljko Ivanek is John Doe #83, a patient admitted to a psychiatric hospital after a suicide attempt. When Dr. Gail Farmer (Katheryn Harrold), the psychiatrist assigned to his case begins suffering vivid hallucinations, she suspects that she is somehow telepathically connected to her new patient and is seeing what he is experiencing in real time.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS (1964), FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (1965), THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY (1966) and DUCK YOU SUCKER (1972) - Here’s a terrific little box set of the Sergio Leone directed “Dollars” trilogy along with Duck, You Sucker, which was set in the same era of time. Of course, most people know about the first three films, with Clint Eastwood as “The Man With No Name” (along with fantastic performances from costars Lee Van Cleef and Eli Wallach) and I’m surer we don’t need to recap these three films, but it’s a shame more people haven’t seen DUCK, YOU SUCKER! (aka A Fistful of Dynamite to cash in on the original trilogy.) In it, James Cobrn stars as an IRA operative on the run, and Rod Steiger is a rough and tumble bandit. Together they plot to rob Mexico’s wealthiest bank and in the process, land in the cross-hairs of the Mexican Revolution going on around them.  DVD

    • $29.99
  • Serial Killer Massacre (1997)
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    aka Dying to Meet You.  Serial killer, Ted, meets up with psycho Leah. Together, they go on a murder-happy rampage, stalking and slaughtering victims. It isn’t long before they fall in love - Which will become their downfall! Low budget gore for the entire deranged family! DVD

    • $14.99
  • She Wolves of the Ring (1965)
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    las Lobas del Ring - Various problems, vendettas, and general wickedness between female wrestlers is resolved in the ring in this classic Mexican wrestling movie. In Spanish… sadly, no English subtitles, but uncut and easy enough to follow. DVD

    Please note: In Spanish, with no English subtitles

    • $14.99
  • She-Freak (1967)
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    David Friedman’s retelling of the “Freaks” story finds ambitious skank Jade (Claire Brennen) leaving her dead-end diner job to latch onto carnival side show owner Steven St. John. Soon, she’s doing Blackie, the Ferris wheel stud and making enemies with Shorty the midget and his fellow “oddities”... Guess who gets their revenge?.. Includes commentary by Dave Friedman, trailer, actual sideshow footage, and more! DVD
    • $11.99
  • Shock Treatment (1981)
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    25th Anniversary Edition - From the creators of The Rocky Horror Picture Show comes the continuing adventure of Brad (Cliff de Young) and Janet (Jessica Harper). Their hometown has become a giant TV studio and brainwashed citizens now sit glued to their seats watching the antics of neighbors and loved ones. Brad winds up locked in a mental hospital while Janet becomes the star of her own show. Includes commentary, all new documentary, featurette, and trailers. Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • Peter Cushing stars as a former S.S. Officer living on a deserted island with a bunch of underwater Nazi zombies. The Survivors of a ship that sank off shore find themselves the victims of the soggy, blond undead. With John Carradine as a yacht captain and Brooke Adams as a shipwreck survivor. Commentary with director Ken Wiederhorn, effects man Alan Ormsby and for some reason, Fred Olen Ray. Plus interviews, trailers, TV spots, and radio spots. Now out of print, so supplies are limited.

    • $19.99
  • About to be electrocuted for a series of crimes, the unrepentant Horace Pinker (Mitch Pileggi) transforms into a terrifying energy being with unimaginable killing powers in this sci-fi horror flick from director Wes Craven. Now, only young athlete Jon Parker (Peter Berg) has a chance of taking care of Pinker, and the two play a game of cat and mouse to the end. Includes trailer. Now out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Shutter (2008)
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    Soon after American newlyweds Ben and Jane arrive in Japan for photographer Ben’s latest assignment, they discover ghostly reflections of a young woman in their photos. Is the “spirit image” linked to Ben’s past? Is it a warning? Unrated print contains uncut footage and an alternate ending not seen in theaters. Also includes commentary, seven different featurettes, and alternate and deleted footage. DVD
    • $9.99
  • When a young coed (Rebecca Balding) is unable to find housing on the college campus, she finds a vacancy at the Engels’ mansion, now a boarding house. Soon enough, boarders begin to wind up dead and the body count begins to rise. Can two detectives (Cameron Mitchell and Avery Schreiber) solve the crimes before its too late for Balding, or will her corpse join the growing pile?

    New Hi-Def transfer with commentary by writer/producers Ken and Jim Wheat as well as star Balding, plus three featurettes, interview with director Denny Harris and trailer and TV spot. Now out of print DVD.

    • $19.99
  • Slaughterhouse (1987)
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    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - When Lester Bacon’s slaughterhouse runs into financial problems and he finds the town lawyer, the sheriff, and the rival slaughterhouse all trying to purchase his land, he takes matters into his own hands and turns his hulking mentally deranged son, Buddy, into the violent solution to disposing of his problems. Slaughterhouse was a late 80’s mom and pop video store staple finally making it’s blu-ray debut. Includes commentary with director Rick Rossler, interviews, making of featurette, outtakes, trailers, and more.

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

    • $19.99
  • Blu-ray and DVD Combo - After Re-Animator came out, producer Brian Yuzna directed this cult “body horror” flick about teenager Bill Whitney. Bill always feels out of place around his wealthy, upper-class Beverly Hills family and doesn’t seem to fit in. After his sisters bizarre “coming out” party, Bill begins to put two and two together and figures out just why he doesn’t belong. Gruesomely bizarre effects work and a show stopping climax certainly helped Society drift into cult film status. New 2K transfer includes commentary from director Yuzna, interviews, featurettes, trailer, and more.  

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

    • $39.99
  • Sorceress (1995)
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    Sexy witch Erica (Julie Strain) with do anything to keep her lawyer husband, Larry (Larry Poindexter) happy. Larry is on the fast track to a partnership at his firm so Erica tries to kill off Howard (Edward Albert), his main competition for the partnership. With Howard now crippled for life, his wife, Amelia (Linda Blair), who just so happens to be a witch herself, sets out to make Larry's like a living hell. Silly horror fun from director Jim Wynorski in a new 2K scan of the uncut vault materials. Includes two commentary tracks from director Wynorski and others.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Out to steal a trophy from a local bowling alley as a freshman college prank, a group of sorority babes accidentally unleash the Imp - a sadistic little spirit with a wicked sense of humor. He creates demons out of the sexy young ladies and doesn’t hesitate to kill anyone who tries to stop him in this 80s camp classic from director Dave DeCoteau that stars Linnea Quigley, Brinke Stevens, and Michelle Bauer, the original Queens of Scream.

    Digitally remastered, special features include behind the scenes featurette Tales from the Bowling Alley, Full Moon film trailers and new audio commentary with director David DeCoteau, Sergei Hasenecz and Brinke Stevens. DVD

    • $19.99
  • The Strangers Gundown (1974) and Today We Kill, Tomorrow We Die (1968) -

    During the Civil War, three Confederate officers sell out the Yankees and allow enemy troops to slaughter the entire company... except for one man we’ll now call The Stranger, who sets his sights on revenge in THE STRANGERS GUNDOWN.

    After a five year prison term for a crime he didn’t commit, Bill Kiowa sets out to find the man who framed him and killed his wife in TODAY WE KILL, TOMORROW WE DIE.   DVD

    • $14.99
  • Lawrence Ashton is a deranged man. He enjoys stalking and removing the spines of nurses all over the city. The police are frustrated with the lack of leads and the pressure is on to find this psychopathic killer. After Lawrence breaks into the house of two beautiful nurses, his real motives come to light. Includes interviews and commentary with director Justin Simonds and actor R. Eric Huxley, photo gallery and trailers.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Spiritism (1962)
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    Espiritismo - In a take on the classic “Monkey’s Paw” storyline, a mother with a deep desire for her dead son to return to her makes a drastic decision in this Mexican horror classic. In Spanish… sadly, no English subtitles, but uncut and easy enough to follow. DVD

    Please note: In Spanish, with no English subtitles

    • $14.99
  • Splatter Movie (2008)
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    As an independent film crew arrives at a haunted attraction to begin shooting a low budget horror film, they are unaware that they are now being stalked and killed by a murderer posing as one of the crew. It’s sort of a film within a film slasher film, directed by Amy Lynn Best. Includes deleted scenes, companion film, outtakes and trailers. DVD
    • $9.99
  • aka Aquarius and Bloody Bird.  One of the better slasher type films to come out of the late 80’s is Michelle Soavi’s Stagefright, the tale of an acting troop stalked and murdered by an escaped looney from a nearby insane asylum. Bloody, violent, and loads of fun, Stagefright is a must for any gore hound. Includes several interviews with director Michele Soavi, cast members, and the composer, trailer, and more. Now out of print DVD.

    • $19.99
  • Sonny Chiba is a mercenary hired by Yakuza and the Mafia to kidnap an oil magnate’s daughter. After her ransom is denied, Chiba converts to the right side of the law and protects the girl from harm by kicking some major ass. Street Fighter is heads and tails better than the usual chop-socky kung-fu theater stuff. Widescreen print.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • Street Trash (1987)
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    Single Disc Edition - In a world of winos and derelicts, two homeless brothers find themselves living in a tire hut in the back of a vast auto salvage yard in lower New York. The most lethal threat comes from a case of bad hootch known as Tenafly Viper sitting on the counter of Ed’s liquor store. Seems the stuff went bad... Real bad. And anyone taking even a sip melts down within seconds. The bums are eating the stuff up. You see, it’s only a buck a bottle! One of the last great independent exploitation films, Street Trash delivers the goods in spades.

    The single disc edition includes an uncut high def transfer of the film (like the 2 disc set), along with the trailer. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Sonny Chiba is back for more ass kicking martial arts action when he is hired to recover one of two tapes containing the formula to produce cheap heroin. Of course he gets double crossed in the process and needs to kick some major ass as only Chiba can do. Widescreen print.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • Stuff (1985) , The
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    A popular new product called “The Stuff” is blowing ice cream sales out of the water and Amalgamated Dairies wants to know why since nobody seems to know how it’s made or what’s in it. They hire former FBI man turned industrial saboteur, David Rutherford, to investigate The Stuff in this cult horror classic from director Larry Cohen. Widescreen print.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Vietnam vet Steve Railsback is on the run from the police when he stumbles onto the set of a war movie directed by Peter O’Toole, and forced to replace a dead stunt man to escape the law. Soon, he falls for the leading lady (Barbara Hershey) while trying to keep from getting busted or killed on the set. Remastered widescreen print includes commentary with director Richard Rush and stars O’Toole, Railsback, Hershey and others, trailers, deleted scenes, and more!  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Suspiria (1977)
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    Jessica Harper is a young American ballet dancer who arrives at a prestigious European dance academy run by witches. She soon finds herself knee deep in a nightmare world of hallucinatory horrors that lie around every corner. Dario Argento’s classic scare film looks and sounds great remastered from the original negative. Widescreen print with trailers.  DVD

    • $24.99
  • 2 Disc Special Edition DVD - Jessica Harper is a young American ballet dancer who arrives at a prestigious European dance academy run by witches. She soon finds herself knee deep in a nightmare world of hallucinatory horrors that lie around every corner. Dario Argento’s classic scare film looks and sounds great remastered from the original negative.

    Widescreen print with trailers, TV/ radio spots,music video, poster and still gallery plus Suspiria 25th Anniversary documentary with interviews from Dario Argento, Daria Nicolodi, Luciano Tovoli, 4 Goblin members and stars Jessica Harper, Stefanie Casini and Udo Kier.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Stroll down the darkened corridors of a mental asylum with this cult horror anthology from director Freddie Francis and enjoy the quartet of terror tales involving four patients in the care of a psychiatrist played by Donald Pleasance. With Kim Novak, Joan Collins, and Suzy Kendall. DVD

    • $19.99
  • Tenebrae (1982)
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    One of Dario Argento’s best horror films finds American author Peter Neal (Anthony Franciosa) arriving in Italy to promote his latest novel, Tenebrae (Darkness). Unfortunately, a razor-wielding killer is also on the loose, murdering those around Neal just like the character in his book. Includes commentary and trailer. DVD

    • $19.99
  • 40th Anniversary Edition - Tobe Hooper’s cult horror classic still packs a punch 40 years after its original release. And this restored 4K print looks and sounds great too. Includes commentary from Tobe Hooper, Gunnar “Leatherface” Hanson, and DP Daniel Pearl; a second commentary with Marilyn Burns, Allen Danziger, and Paul Partain; and one more from director Tobe Hooper.  DVD

    • $24.99
  • This Night I'll Possess Your Corpse (1967)
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    In his second film appearance, Coffin Joe (Jose Mojica Marins) has survived the terrors of At Midnight I’ll Take Your Soul Away and is joined by hunchback assistant, Bruno, to help him on his unholy quest to find the perfect bride. So, off he goes to kidnap and torture various women until he finds just the perfect girl to bear his child… In Portuguese with English subtitles. Includes making of featurette, a visit to the Coffin Joe museum, interview, introduction, and more.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Vincent Price stars as a doctor that is obsessed with fear. He discovers that fear manifest itself as a parasitic creature that attaches itself to a person’s spine and can kill you if you don’t scream in fear when it happens. From legendary “king of the gimmick” William Castle comes this enjoyable scare-fest. Remastered DVD includes production notes, featurette, alternate scenes, trailers, and more. DVD

    • $9.99
  • Torture Garden (1967)
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    According to Dr. Diablo, he and his sideshow torture exhibit have the power to warn people of the evil that lies in their future. As skeptical customers are shown their fate, one of them tries to make a deal with Diablo... The Devil!

    Classic horror anthology from Amicus Productions stars Jack Palance, Burgess Meredith, Beverly Adams and Peter Cushing. No frills DVD, but a rare horror classic that recently went out of print. And it looks uncut too!

    • $9.99
  • Anthology horror with four tales all taking place on Halloween night: A high school principal moonlights as a serial killer; the quest for a young virgin (Anna Paquin) takes a gruesome turn; a group of teens carry out a cruel prank and the results are disastrous; and a cranky old man (Brian Cox) battles a trick-or-treating demon. Includes short animated film by writer and director Michael Dougherty.

    • $11.99
  • A trilogy of tales from writer Nathaniel Hawthorne starring Vincent Price, Sebastian Cabot, Brett Halsey, Beverly Garland, and Richard Denning. In “Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment”, a scientist discovers the fountain of youth… and lives to regret it!

    In “Rappaccini’s Daughter”, we find a demented father, whose love for his daughter turns poisonous; while “The House of the Seven Gables”, concerns the ghostly legend of an ancient cursed family that lived for power… and died for greed. Includes commentary and trailers.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Twins of Evil (1971)
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    One of the better Hammer films of the early 70s has Maria and Freda, two orphaned identical twins, moving to live with their uncle Gustav (Peter Cushing) in the small village of Karnstein. Uncle Gustav is a fanatical puritan and the leader of of the local witch hunting “brotherhood.” The village Count is an evil man who practices Satanism, uses black magic, and transforms into a vampire. Unhappy with her life, Freda seeks escape and falls in with the Count… who promptly transforms her into a vampire. This regular DVD release includes a brand new feature length documentary and trailer. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Limited Edition 2-Disc DVD Set - A double dose of Edgar Allan Poe horror from Dario Argento and George Romero. Romero handles “The Strange Case of Mr. Valdemar”, which is, well, typical Romero. A little slow but on par with any of the 60’s Roger Corman A.I.P. Poe stuff.

    Leap on over to Argento’s “Black Cat” adaptation with Harvey Keitel as a crime photographer who murders his girlfriend and hides her behind the wall. It’s a nice high spot in Argento’s slowly declining film output of the last ten or fifteen years.

    Also includes trailer, interviews with Romero, Argento, make-up effects man Tom Savini, interview with Adrienne Barbeau, behind-the-scenes look at the make-up effects with Savini, and more. This is a numbered, limited edition of only 30,000 made.  2 Disc DVD

    • $19.99
  • Uncanny (1977) , The
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    Anthology horror in the Amicus vein, with Ray Milland, Peter Cushing, Samantha Eggar, and Donald Pleasence in a trio of terror tales centered around a paranoid writer (Cushing) that tries to convince his publisher (Milland) that cats are evil and unholy fiends. Never released to theaters in the USA, this is also the first time it’s been released to DVD. Includes an interview and trailer.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Vampire Circus (1971)
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    Blu-ray / DVD Combo - A supernatural circus run by a vampire returns to the 19th century town to avenge the death of Count Mitterhaus, who was killed by the town fifteen years earlier for the death of a little girl. Mitterhaus cursed the town and vowed that their children would pay for their crimes... Now it appears the curse is coming true! This Hammer Film horror classic was one of the better films the company put out in the 1970’s. It’s finally seen its day on DVD, complete with a making of featurette, a history of circus horror, a look at House of Hammer magazine, trailer and more.
    Includes both the Blu-ray and standard DVD versions of the films.

    • $24.99
  • After crashing a party, three street punks decide to have their own kind of fun with the local preppies. But did the punks bite off more than they could chew with these well dressed yuppies? A dangerous game of Russian Roulette is just the beginning of this night of debauchery and sin. Includes interviews with producer Kevin M. Glover and actor Steve Malis, extensive four page liner notes, audio commentary with producer Kevin M. Glover and actor Steve Malis, and trailers.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Village of the Damned (1995)
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    John Carpenter remakes the British cult sci-fi classic. Something is terribly wrong in the tiny village of Midwish. After an unseen force invades the costal town, ten women mysteriously find themselves pregnant. After all ten women simultaneously give birth, the reign of terror begins, and it’s up to a local physician and a government scientist to link the clues together and put a stop to the mysterious children before they take down not just the Village of the Damned, but perhaps the entire world! Includes trailer, bios, and film highlights. DVD
    • $9.99
  • Violence in a Woman's Prison (1982)
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    Bruno Mattei directed exploitation fun stars Laura Gemser as reporter Emanuelle; out to expose the corrupt practices of a women’s prison. When her cover is blown, she finds herself on the receiving end of even worse tortures! A true W.I.P. classic if ever there was one.  Runs 99 minutes

    New 2k scan from an uncensored inter-positive, special features include interview with Bruno Mattei, Brawl in Women's Block: interview with co-writers Claudio Fragasso and Rossella Drudi and radio spot.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Voices from Beyond (1991)
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    One of Italian director Lucio Fulci’s last horror films finds wealthy Giorgio dead. His family blame a stomach hemorrhage for his death, but suspicions remain since the family are a bunch of greedy good-for-nothing shits. His daughter Rosy is tormented by her father’s spirit, who demands that his killer be exposed. As Rosy races to uncover her father’s killer, her life is also in danger when the killer catches wind of her getting closer to unmasking him… or her.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • War of the Worlds (2005)
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    An updated version of H.G. Wells classic sci-fi alien invasion story with C. Thomas Howell struggling to find the weapon that will put a stop to destruction of mankind.  Includes commentary tracks from the actor’s and filmmakers, documentary on the visual effects, behind the scenes featurette, out-takes, trailers, and more. DVD

    • $9.99
  • Japanese death photographer Tsurisaki Kiyotaka (Orozco the Embalmer, and Junk Films) is back with his own unique vision of the world in The Wasteland. Take a look at the aftermath of war, religion (which more than often is the cause of all wars), and other evil facets that are killing our planet in an alarming rate.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Watch Me When I Kill (1977)
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    From director Antonio Bido comes this Italian giallo thriller about a young nightclub dancer who witnesses a murder. Now, her boyfriend and her attempt to track down the killer before he can get to her and silence her forever. Stylish, with plenty of atmosphere, WMWIK borrows heavily from Italian masters like Dario Argento and Mario Bava, which isn’t really a bad thing in this case.

    New 4K transfer includes original trailers, commentary from somebody that wasn’t in the film, interview with another guy who had nothing to do with the film, and three short films from the film’s director, Antonio Bido.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Bikers. Babes. Revenge. Roger Corman’s Wild Angels set the stage for biker films to come. When a bike is stolen from the Hell’s Angels, an epic chase to retrieve the motorcycle is set in motion. And when it comes to bikers, mayhem follows wherever they go. With Peter Fomda, Nancy Sinatra, Bruce Dern, and Diane Ladd. Now out of print DVD.

    • $19.99
  • Wrestling Women vs the Aztec Mummy (1964)
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    Las Luchadoras contra la Momia - Two beautiful female Mexican wrestlers go up against Popoca, the living Aztec Mummy, in this uncut cult classic. In Spanish… sadly, no English subtitles, but uncut and easy enough to follow. DVD

    Please note: In Spanish, with no English subtitles

    • $14.99
  • Dr. Xavier (Ray Milland) creates a serum to improve human sight that gives people x-ray vision. He tests the serum on himself and soon discovers that he can see through clothing, then flesh, then even walls; but he wants to see more - even if it means seeing more than any mortal man can bear to look at. Includes Joe Dante on the film, commentary with director Roger Croman, the rare prologue, and trailers.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Widescreen version of the Matt Dillon, Kate Hudson, Owen Wilson and Michael Douglas comedy. Signed by Matt Dillon on the DVD cover in blue sharpie. Opened so Dillon could sign it, but in Very Good condition.  DVD w/ signed cover.

    • $25.00
  • Lucio Fulci’s zombie classic (originally titled Zombi 2) shouldn’t need any kind of review, right? This is the uncut, uncensored version, complete with trailers, TV spots, radio spots, and more.  DVD

    • $19.99
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