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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  • Trick 'r Treat (2007)
    • New!

    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
  • Stagefright (1987)
    • New!

    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
  • Manhattan Baby (1982)
    • New!

    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
  • Bloodsucking Freaks (1976)
    • New!
    • 20% less

    DVD/Blu-ray Combo - aka “The Incredible Torture Show.  Director Joel Reed’s unforgettable black comedy tinged exploitation classic takes you to the bizarre off-off-Broadway Theater of the Macabre, operated by the devilishly deranged Sardu. He and his demented midget assistant, Ralphus, torture and mutilate women on stage for what seems to mostly be their own enjoyment. They also run a white slavery operation out of the basement of the theater. Sardu becomes smitten with the idea of having Natasha Di Natalie - quite possibly the worst ballerina in the world - as part of his show, so he kidnaps and begins to brainwash her. When theater critic Creasy Silo gives him a pathetic review, he has him kidnapped and tortures him. We could go on, but you get the idea. If you’ve never seen Bloodsucking Freaks, you need to. Really. High def transfer of the uncut print of the film, includes deleted scenes, alternate title sequence, and lots of other extras including commentary and interviews.

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

    • $19.99
  • Bare Behind Bars (1980)
    • New!

    Imported women in prison fun. Deep within a Brazilian women’s prison, a sadistic warden who takes pleasure in others pain forces four inmates to make a break for it, killing anybody who gets in their way. Out of print English language release. DVD

    • $19.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • Goonies (1985) , The
    • 17% less

    25th Anniversary Collector’s Edition DVD - A group of young misfits (Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen, Corey Feldman) calling themselves “The Goonies” discover an ancient pirate map and set out to find the long lost treasure. Francis (Joe Pantoliano) and his deformed pal, Sloth (John Matuszak) are hot on their trail. Richard Donner’s 80’s kid’s adventure film certainly has its fans. This 25th Anniversary Boxed Collector’s Edition includes an exclusive Board Game (Escape from One-Eyed Willy’s Cave) for 2 to 4 players, a 64 page souvenir magazine reproduction, 10 storyboard cards, and the film, which includes director and cast commentary, a making of featurette, and original Cyndi Lauper music video. Now out-of-print DVD box set.

    • $24.99
  • David Hemmings is a pianist living in Rome. One night, he witnesses a brutal murder and quickly gets drawn into the crime when the killer sets his sights on him as his next victim. Considered one of director Dario Argento’s best films, this is the widescreen, uncensored, 105 minute English lauguage print of the film. Includes trailers, music videos, and interviews with Dario Argento, the co-writer, and the band, Goblin, who did the original music for the film. Now out-of-print DVD.

    • $19.99
  • aka Invasion of the Flesh Hunters and Cannibals in the Streets.  New 4K master of director Antonio Margheriti’s cult horror flick. John Saxon is Vietnam vet Norman Hooper. When one of his men, Charlie Bukowski (Giovanni Lombardo Radice), returns suffering flashbacks of the flesh eating and bloodshed of the war, he takes a bite out of an unwilling victim. Charlie begs Hooper to help him and fellow vet, Tom (Tony King) get out of town. Unknown to the trio, they are spreading a contagion through their hunger for human flesh. Uncut print, features alternate title sequence, trailers, video tour of the filing locations, interview with Tony King, and documentary.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Watch Me When I Kill (1981)
    • 25% less

    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
  • 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
  • Howling 3: The Marsupials (1987)
    • 47% less

    Regular ol’ werewolves got you down? Then how about a group of marsupial werewolves from Australia that roam the outback? Fortunately, it’s a bit of a tongue in cheek black horror comedy from director Phillppe Mora, so it’s not as bad as you may think. Remastered transfer with commentary from the director, trailer, and photo gallery.  DVD

    • $7.99
  • 3-Disc Blu-ray Limited Edition - One of director Lucio Fulci’s best known gore films concerns a family that moves into a country house who’s previous owner was a demented doctor whose gristly human experiments left a legacy of blood and death. Now, someone, or someTHING is alive in the basement and looking for a few fresh victims.

    Uncut 4K restored print with cast interviews, deleted scene, trailers, TV spots, and posters and stills on Disc 1. Disc 2 features loads of interviews with the films stars, writers, special effects artists, and more. Disc 3 is the CD soundtrack, with music by Walter Rizzati.

    Cool lenticular cover art.

    *Please Note: This is a Blu-ray DVD, so it won’t play in a standard DVD player.

    • $49.99
  • Children Shouldn't Play with Dead Things (1972)
    • 25% less

    35th Anniversary Disc.  A group of actors head off to a small cemetery island where they dig up a corpse, play childish games, and accidentally bring the dead back to life in a supernatural ritual that finds everyone eaten by zombies by film’s end. A cult classic that made a name for itself with repeated late night TV showings in the late 70’s and early 80’s. Includes commentary, memories of Bob Clark, music videos, trailer, photo gallery and more!  DVD

    • $14.99
  • DVD/ Blu-ray Combo - When detective Cliff Kirtland investigates the murder of Willard Stiles by a band of rats, he discovers that the rats are now an organized army led by Ben, the survivor of the Willard attack. Now he must destroy the murderous rodents before it’s too late. This sequel to the original horror classic, Willard, includes commentary with actor Lee Montgomery, trailer, TV spots, radio spots and photo gallery.

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

    • $14.99
  • 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
  • Sorceress (1995)
    • 25% less

    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
  • DVD and Blu-ray Disc - Grief stricken parents John Marley and Lynn Carlin learn that their son, Andy (Richard Backus) was killed in Vietnam. Mom refuses to accept that Andy is dead, and one day, he knocks on the door and returns home. But Andy is different upon his return. And that’s not a good thing. It’s director Bob Clark’s take on the classic “Monkey's Paw” story was written by Alan Ormsby. Includes commentary tracks from Bob Clark and Alan Ormsby, interviews, alternate opening title sequence, trailer, collectable booklet and more.

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

    • $39.99
  • Double Feature: Contamination (1980) & The Shape of Things to Come (1979)
    • 40% less

    Here we have a sci-fi double bill that kicks off with director Luigi Cozzi’s Italian “Alien” rip-off, CONTAMINATION. A deserted ship arrives in NYC harbor with a cargo of mutant green alien eggs that pulsate with life and spray chest-bursting death on people. What does all of this have to do with government conspiracy, a trip to Mars, and coffee?…

    Mankind has populated the Moon in THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME (1979) and after the power mad Emperor Omus (Jack Palance) attacks the lunar colony of New Washington, a team of scientists launch a dangerous mission to take out the dictator and his robot army. Contamination includes an interview with Luigi Cozzi, documentary, trailer and more. Shape includes the French trailer, and TV Spot. Now out of print. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Uncanny (1977) , The
    • 25% less

    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
  • Splatter University (1984)
    • 20% less

    Blu-ray / DVD Combo - Years ago, an escaped madman slashed his way through St. Trinian’s College. Now, several year later, new teacher, Julie Parker, starts to feel something just isn’t right at the small town college, and true to low budget form, it isn’t long before her students and fellow faculty begin to disappear and wind up butchered. New 2K scan features commentary by director Richard Haines, interview with the soundtrack composer, TV and radio spots, trailers, and more.

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

    • $19.99
  • 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
  • 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 - 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
  • Killer Crocodile (1989)
    • 25% less

    I have to admit that unlike most everyone I know, I’m not a big fan of Jaws. I strolled into it at eleven or twelve years old, and thought it was too long, not bloody enough, and the shark looked fake. Years later, I could say that I enjoyed the cast and the acting is top notch, but the kid in me still wished I’d have walked into a bloodier and more low budget film that day. I do however enjoy low budget “Jaws” rip-offs - especially the Italian productions - and that’s what you get with Killer Croc. Dumb. Sleazy. Cheesy. Gory. Everything I wanted 40+ years ago and didn’t get. When a humongous crocodile begins chomping down on a tropical island community, a group of dim-wit environmentalists clash with a crusty old redneck out to kill the toxic waste spawned monster. Includes interviews with effects artist Giannetto De Rossi and others, and trailer.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Hell Comes to Frogtown (1988)
    • 11% less

    DVD / Blu-ray Combo - In a post-nuclear world, survivors are generally nomadic scavengers searching for food and gear. Sam Hell (Roddy Piper) is harboring a secret that even he doesn’t realize: he’s the last fertile man left on Earth. As unexpected pregnancies lead the government to him, those in power decide to use him only when needed. A group of virgins held captive by frog-mutant savages has Sam sent on a rescue mission with his reward the women themselves. Is he up to the job?… Director’s Donald Jackson’s post-apocalyptic weirdness is a fun ride. New 4K scan includes commentary, interviews, trailer, and more.

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

    • $24.99
  • DVD / Blu-ray Combo - Duke Mitchell is paroled gangster, Paul, who hatches a grand scheme: to kidnap the Pope and charge every Catholic in the world one dollar as a ransom. The film was still not completely finished when Mitchell passed away in 1981, so Grindhouse Releasing took it upon themselves to edit the film together from all the surviving elements and get it out there. That alone took roughly 15 years to complete but the results are basically the Holy Grail of exploitation films. Includes both a regular DVD as well as a blu-ray, interviews with various people involved in the original production, deleted scenes, trailers, and more. Now out of print.

    • $49.99
  • Death Warmed Up (1984)
    • 25% less

    A few years before Peter Jackson was finished with Bad Taste, director David Blyth unleashed a torrent of brains, blood, and body fluids with New Zealand’s first gore / splatter film. An island dwelling mad doctor whose island is overflowing with his failed experiments is invaded by a young man who was conditioned by the doc to murder his own parents because his dad was his scientific rival. Mad doctors, nude teens, psycho mutants, shotgun murders, power drill lobotomies, and heavy accents… yes, they pronounce dead as “deed”… It’s all here!  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Blood Orgy of the She-Devils (1973)
    • 40% less

    Mara, the Queen of the Black Witches and her coven capture and sacrifice various men in her castle sanctuary in this drive-in classic from Ted V. Mikels. This is the long out of print Image Entertainment release of the film, and looks better than most releases that followed it. The DVD includes commentary and original trailer.

    • $14.99
  • Working in an experimental Nazi lab, the Ilsa-esque lieutenant, Dr. Ellen Kratsch enjoys tossing nubile young women to her prize subject, the “Beast”  in order to breed a new race. Lots of brutal soft core sex scenes, some mismatched footage from director Luigi Batzella’s unfinished film, When The Bell Tolls, Dr. Kratsch in sexy attire, more brutal sex scenes, some occasional dialogue, no real plot, and there you have it, The Beast in Heat, one of the original British “video nasties” that, unlike 99.9% of the other films on the list may have actually deserved to be called a “video nasty.” Never released in America, Beast in Heat looks far better than it should as it was scanned from original 35mm film elements. Includes a featurette on Nazisploitation films, interview, and trailer.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Now here’s a collection of horror films that’s all over the map. Everything from 50’s camp classics to 60’s and 70’s not-so-classics and big monster movies are included. Over sixteen hours of B Movie crap, including ATTACK OF THE MONSTERS (1969), BRIDE OF THE GORILLA (1951), THE CRATER LAKE MONSTER (1977), THE CREEPING TERROR (1964), GAMMERA THE INVINCIBLE (1966), HORROR HIGH (1974), HORROR OF THE ZOMBIES (1974), HORRORS OF SPIDER ISLAND (1960), KONG ISLAND (1968), LAND OF THE MINOTAUR (1976), SNOWBEAST (1977) and THE WASP WOMAN (1960).  DVD

    • $14.99
  • We don’t quite agree that all twelve of these films are “the worst” horror films made, but there are some enjoyable clunkers contained in this collection for dame sure. MANOS: THE HANDS OF FATE (1966), TRACK OF THE MOONBEAST (1976), THE BEAST OF YUCCA FLATS (1961), EEGAH (1962), THE APE MAN (1943), THE AMAZING TRANSPARENT MAN (1960), THE ATOMIC BRAIN (1964), DEMENTIA 13 (1963), UNKNOWN WORLD (1951), THE TERROR (1963), MESA OF LOST WOMEN (1953) and THE INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLD (1957) will offer up hours of amusement. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Ten classic horror and monster movies, guaranteed to please! THE PHANTOM FROM 10,000 LEAGUES (1956), ATTACK OF THE GIANT LEECHES (1959), THE GIANT GILA MONSTER (1959), THE KILLER SHREWS (1959), TEENAGERS FROM OUT SPACE (1959), THE WASP WOMAN (1960), THE BRAIN THAT WOULDN’T DIE (1962), EEGAH! (1962), NIGHT FRIGHT (1968) and INVASION OF THE BEE GIRLS (1973) can all be yours!  DVD

    • $14.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • Limited Edition 3-Disc Set - Blu-ray / DVD Combo - 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 4K restoration includes DVD, Blu-ray, and CD soundtrack. Also includes interviews with actress Zora Kerova, Howard Ross, Cinzia de Ponti, and others; a look at the NYC locations: then and now, original trailer and more.  Limited Edition 3-Disc Set - Blu-ray / DVD Combo

    • $49.99
  • 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
  • Limited Edition 3 Disc Blu-ray / DVD Combo - 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!

    4K restoration from the original negative includes commentary from director Lustig, makeup effects man Tom Savini, and others. Also includes several interviews, trailers, TV spots, the original soundtrack on CD and much more! Cool lenticular slip cover packaging. Blu-ray and DVD combo

    • $39.99
  • 2-Disc Collector’s Edition - Drake runs this decaying city and criminals rule the streets. When a homeless drifter (Rutger Hauer) winds up making a stop, he dreams of a cleaner city - a place to make home. Things don’t work out that way, but our hobo knows exactly what to do… with a shotgun in hand and two shells in the chamber! Yes indeed, it really is the best exploitation film ever made from a fake trailer!

    This 2 disc edition includes behind-the-scenes featurette, several commentary tracks, interviews, a making of featurette, deleted scenes, trailers, and a whole lot more! Now out out of print. DVD

    • $14.99
  • Director Michael Gornick brings you a trio of terror tales (written by George Romero) based on stories by Stephen King. A wooden cigar store Indian comes to life to avenge the store owner’s murder in “Ol’ Chief Woodenhead”, while four teens are trapped by what appears to be a flesh eating oil slick in “The Raft.” In “The Hitchhiker”, a woman keeps running into… and over, the same mutilated man on a lonely road at night.. Thanks for the ride lady, indeed! Widescreen print is now long out of print. 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
  • 6 Film Collection - Here we have six films from Hammer, the British film studio that brought their unique blend of horror, sci-fi, and monster movies to audiences world wide. This collection contains THE REVENGE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1958), THE SNORKEL (1958), NEVER TAKE CANDY FROM A STRANGER (1960), MANIAC (1963), DIE! DIE! MY DARLING! (1965) and CREATURES THE WORLD FORGOT (1971).   2 DVD Set with 6 films.

    • $14.99
  • 5 Film Collection - Here we have five films from Hammer, the British film studio that brought their unique blend of horror, sci-fi, and monster movies to audiences world wide. Thrill to THE TWO FACES OF DR. JEKYLL (1960), SCREAM OF FEAR (1961), THE GORGON (1964), STOP ME BEFORE I KILL (1964) and THE CURSE OF THE MUMMY’S TOMB (1964).  2 DVD Set with 5 films.

    • $14.99
  • Voices from Beyond (1991)
    • 20% less

    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
  • Uninvited (1987)
    • 20% less

    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - A seemingly innocent cat escapes from a secluded biochemical lab after it was seeded with a monster that kills anyone it finds a threat. Found by a group of teens on spring break, the cat is taken with them aboard a yacht bound for the Cayman Islands where it begins to kill off the crew and passengers. To make matters worse, the multimillionaire cruse host is on the run from the law and refuses to return to shore in director Greydon Clark’s gore filled slice of weirdness.

    New 4K transfer includes commentary with director Clark, interviews, trailer and the alternate international edit of the film so you get two movies for the price of one.

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

    • $19.99
  • Mausoleum (1982)
    • 20% less

    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - The Nomed family has been the victim of a curse for generations. The eldest daughter of each generation has gone mad and dies. No one can explain why. Susan (Bobbie Bresse) has an urge to enter the family mausoleum during her mother’s funeral and now it seems she has some sort of evil presence lurking inside of her waiting to get out in this enjoyable 80’s slice of supernatural horror and slasher film combined into one. New 4K scan includes interview with effects man John Carl Buechler, trailer, TV spots, and more.

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

    • $19.99
  • Blu-ray and DVD Combo - Pam Grier is tough prostitute Lee and Margaret Markov is Karen, a revolutionary. They are tossed into the same women’s prison and immediately clash. They’re moved to a maximum security prison and their transport is ambushed by Karen’s guerrilla comrades. The two women escape into the Filipino Jungle chained together and continue to clash as they encounter a corrupt cop, a bounty hunter, and a sadistic drug lord. Girl fights, gun battles, nudity, and humor. How can you go wrong? Includes commentary, interviews, trailer, and more.

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

    • $29.99
  • Beware My Brethren (1972)
    • 20% less

    Blu-ray and DVD Combo - Kenny was raised within The Brethren, a creepy Evangelical sect that preaches the same creepy shit every christian cult preaches. A security guard by day, Kenny spends his nights stalking and strangling “immoral” women. After a new nurse is assigned to his ailing mother, she soon becomes suspicious of Kenny’s creepy church, which in turn brings her closer to their unholy wrath. Corrupt christianity and slasher film structure. Seems like a winner to us. Uncut 2K scan, includes commentary, trailer, and more.

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

    • $19.99
  • 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
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