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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  • 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
  • A CHUCK NORRIS DOUBLE FEATURE - A double-packed kick of Chuck Norris in two of his earliest and best films!

    In GOOD GUYS WEAR BLACK, Norris is an ex-commando out to stop the assassinations of his comrades before becoming the next victim.

    In A FORCE OF ONE, he’s a karate champion helping undercover agents stop a killer that is killing their men and just killed his son.

    Both films include a “making of” featurette. Good Guys includes interview with director Craig Safan, and Force includes commentary by director Dick Halligan.  DVD

    • $11.99
  • From director / producer Sam Raimi comes the pulp action here, Darkman. In the first film, DARKMAN (1990) directed by Raimi, we meet Dr. Peyton Westlake (Liam Neeson), a scientist on the verge of a major breakthrough in a synthetic skin that can help burn victims when a gang blows up his lab and changes his life forever.

    In DARKMAN 2: THE RETURN OF DURANT (1995), Darkman returns to get revenge against the sadistic villain, Robert Durant.

    In DARKMAN 3: DIE DARKMAN DIE (1996), Darkman matches wits with underworld drug dealer Peter Rooker, who will do anything to unmask the secret of Darkman superhuman strength.

    All three films presented in anamorphic widescreen versions.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • James Woods is the owner of a small independent TV station looking for anything to hook viewers. He stumbles across Videodrome, a show that seems to be nothing but torture in its simplest form... and he finds it compelling and hard to not watch. As he begins to track down the source of Videodrome, he discovers that him uncovering the pirate station to begin with may not have been accidental and he may actually be the guinea pig in a bizarre experiment. With Deborah Harry in her first major film role and makeup effects by Rick Baker. Unrated, uncut print with trailer. Now out of print. DVD

    • $14.99
  • 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
  • aka Invasion of the Flesh Hunters, Cannibal’s in the Streets.  Vietnam vet Norman Hopper (John Saxon) is leading a nice quiet live outside Atlanta, Georgia when his life is turned upside down by the return of his combat buddy Charlie Bukowski (John Morghen) dredges up flashbacks of flesh eating and bloodshed in the war-torn jungles. He and another war buddy (Tony King) are on the run from the law after taking a bite out of an unwilling victim and soon enough the trio are spreading a contagion that turns their victims into cannibal killers. Gory and goofy fun as only Italian director Antonio Margheriti could accomplish, this entry in the cannibal / flesh eater films of the early 80s is well worth a look. Uncut print includes documentary, interview with Tony King, video tour of the filing locations, alternate opening title sequence, and trailers.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • This collection begins with with all 12 chapters of FLASH GORDON CONQUERS THE UNIVERSE (1940), the 3rd and last serial in the original series. Flash (Buster Crabbe), Dale Arden (Carol Huges) and Dr. Zarkov (Frank Shannon) head back to planet Mongo to find an antidote to the “Purple Death” that Ming the Merciless (Charles Middleton) has unleashed upon mankind and finally put an end to Ming’s evil ways. Next up is the first 13 episode story arc from the 1954 FLASH GORDON TV Series starring Steve Holland as Flash Gordon and Irene Champlin as Dale Arden as they take on Commander Paul Richards and the ever present forces of evil. Over 9 hours on 3 DVDs.

    • $12.99
  • 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
  • In the tiny town of Nob Hollow, the Stackpoole family have been conducting human experiments in their basement. Meanwhile, Lance is having an affair with Loretta, a biker’s wife. When Lance attempts to blackmail Myron Stackpool, (a guy with a massive head on a tiny body… literally the “head” of the family), he learns that Myron controls his family with his mind and sends them off to kill Loretta’s husband in order to frame Lance. Amusing 90’s horror from Charles Band and Full Moon Features.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • Cult of Chucky (2017)
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    Wrongly convicted of murdering her family and confined to an asylum, Nica (Fiona Dourif) finds herself up shit creek when her psychiatrist introduces a new therapy tool - an original “Good Guy” doll! A string of grisly deaths begin to plague the asylum and yep, you guessed it, Chucky is back for more. This time around, Chucky’s now grown up nemesis from the original films, Andy (Alex Vincent) races to Nica’s rescue. But to save her, he will first have to get past Chucky’s bride, Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly). Includes commentary with writer/director Don Mancini, deleted scenes with commentary, “inside the insanity” featurette, and more. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Blu-ray/DVD 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 worse 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 unnecessary commentary and interviews from people who had nothing to do with the film.

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

    • $24.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Emanuelle in America (1976)
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    In one of Joe D’Amato’s more notorious “Black Emanuelle” films, photographer and journalist Laura Gemser (as Emanuelle) uncovers shocking evidence of an international snuff film conspiracy and naturally, investigates. In this uncut print of the film, everything you’ve ever heard was true: graphic sex, violence, a horse named Pedro and so much more!

    This is the out of print, completely uncut version of the film. Includes interview with the director and star, poster and still gallery, and more.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Don't Torture a Duckling (1972)
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    When several young boys are found murdered in a small town, it could only be the child-molesting Catholic Priest doing the job, right? You betcha it is!  Still, just because the “twist ending’ isn’t so much a twist these days, this uncut thriller from director Lucio Fulci is still well worth watching.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Attack of the 60 foot Centerfold (1995)
    • 25% less

    Three gorgeous women will stop at nothing to become the Centerfold of the Year. Angel (J.J. North) enlists the help of a doctor who promises her great endowments with his secret beauty enhancement program. Naturally, something goes wrong in this sexy comedy from director Fred Olen Ray. Includes trailer and bios. Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Gorgo (1961)
    • 20% less

    A salvage ship is nearly sunk off the Irish coast by an undersea earthquake. A few nights later, something gets caught in the nets of a fishing boat and the fishermen capture a sixty foot sea monster they call Gorgo. Gorgo is taken to London with plans to exploit the beast in a circus, but scientists make a shocking discovery... Gorgo is just a baby. And when “mom” comes looking for her baby, all hell breaks loose as she leaves a trail of destruction across England. Big monster fun with with special effects from academy award winner Tom Howard.

    Widescreen feature includes “making of” documentary, photos, toy and collectible gallery, before and after restoration gallery, original trailer, video comic, pressbook gallery, and more. DVD

    • $11.99
  • Blu-ray and DVD Combo - Mario Bava’s classic horror outing about a series of grisly murders at an escort and drug business posing as a fashion house, with Cameron Mitchel, Eva Bartok, Thomas Reiner, and Mary Arden.

    2K restoration with a couple of commentary tracks from people who had nothing to do with the film, interviews, original Italian trailer, photo gallery, alternate US main titles, and a comparison between the US version and the European version.

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

    • $19.99
  • Species: The Complete Collection
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    All four films in the horror ‘n sci-fi Species film series, including SPECIES (1995) where Natasha Henstridge plays Eve, a beautiful alien-human hybrid that escapes captivity looking to mate with men in order to produce offspring that can destroy mankind.

    In SPECIES 2 (1998) Eve (Henstridge) is back and used to lure an astronaut that returned to Earth infected and becoming a half alien entity with the same desires to mate as Eve has.

    In SPECIES 3 (2004), Eve’s daughter Sara (Sunny Mabrey) is born… And yep, you guessed it. She’s out to repopulate Earth with her kind. Trouble is, there is a military team out to kill her as to end this whole alien hybrid mess once and for all.

    In SPECIES: THE AWAKENING (2007), a brilliant college professor find out that she is a alien-human hybrid clone and flees to Mexico in search of the scientist that created her. Once there, they discover a whole horde of rampaging hybrids they have to contend with.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • Double Feature - In THE ROAD WARRIOR, Max is back defending a camp of survivors based in a fuel depot from an evil band of looters looking to steal their fuel and kill the survivors. Non-stop car chase and stuntfest makes Road Warrior must viewing.

    In MAD MAX: BEYOND THUNDERDOME, we find Max defending a group of abandoned children - and enters the gladiatorial combat zone known as Thunderdome to do it.

    Both DVDs are widesceen versions.

    • $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
  • Robocop (2014)
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    Blu-ray / DVD Combo - In the remake of RoboCop, Joel Kinnaman is critically injured police officer, Alex Murphy, who’s brought back to fight crime using robotic technology as RoboCop. With Gary Oldman, Michael Keaton, and Samuel L. Jackson.

    High Def and Standard versions. Includes deleted scenes, and featurette.

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

    • $9.99
  • Reincarnation of Isabel (1972) , The
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    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
  • A mysterious spaceship - that looks exactly like a circus tent - lands in a field near small town USA so an invading hoard of deviant, red-nosed, balloon-twisting killers from another world can begin to annihilate mankind. Yes indeed, it’s the Chiodo brothers cult classic horror-comedy, presented uncut with commentary, five different featurettes, deleted scenes, bloopers, trailer and more. Now out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Killer Eye (1999) , The
    • 20% less

    A mad scientist’s experiment to prove his theory that the human eye is the gateway to another dimension goes horribly wrong when he turns a dead homeless man’s eyeball into a giant killing machine with an insatiable appetite for young women in this horror-comedy from Dave DeCoteau. Cheesy, so you know that Full Moon released it. Look for Linnea Quigley as “Bianca.”  DVD

    • $11.99
  • Hideous! (1997)
    • 23% less

    A group of rival collectors of human freaks and biological oddities get more than they bargained for when one of Dr. Lorda’s recent acquisitions - a mutant born of toxic sewage - isn’t quite as dead as it appears. It returns to life and reanimates an army of angry, oozing little freaks in this Charles Band directed Full Moon horror film. Includes commentary with actors Mel Johnson and Michael Citriniti, trailer, and making of featurette.  DVD

    • $9.99
  • Campus snobs Clare and Julie (Jackey Hall and Andrea Ownbey) have a score to settle with goth chicks Sarah and Allison (Clara Richards and Adrianna Eder). When Amy (Tiffany Shepis) accidentally unleashes a campus zombie epidemic, Clair decides that Sarah would make a perfect zombie. But it’s Clair and Julie that may end up on the zombie menu in this low budget horror flick from Donald Farmer.  Out of Print. 

    • $9.99
  • Carrie (1976)
    • 25% less

    One of the few good horror films based on a Stephen King novel, director Brian DePalma hit a home run with the story of high school misfit Carrie (Sissy Spacek), who unleashes her telekinetic powers on her psychotic mother (Piper Laurie) and classmates (including John Travolta, PJ Soles, and Amy Irving) after years of torment and abuse at their hands.

    Special features include two different documentaries, a featurette on “Carrie the Musical”, trailer, and more. This is the special art plate cover edition.

    • $14.99
  • Double Feature: Werewolf of London (1935) & She-Wolf of London (1946)
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    A couple of early werewolf movie classics on one DVD. In WEREWOLF OF LONDON, botanist Wilfred Glendon (Henry Hull) travels to Tibet in search of a rare flower that only blooms in moonlight. Upon his return to London, he’s told a series of murders is the work of two werewolves and the flower he just found can keep them from harming the ones they love - which comes in handy when Glendon becomes a werewolf himself.

    In SHE-WOLF OF LONDON, a string of bloody murders is happening in the park. Phyllis Allenby (June Lockhart) fears that her family curse, which led to her parents death, has transformed her into a she-wolf and she’s the one doing the killing. Now out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Amityville Horror Triple Feature Box Set, The
    • 20% less

    Triple Feature Box Set - The original AMITYVILLE HORROR (1979) with James Brolin and Margot Kidder as George and Kathy Lutz is teamed up with the enjoyable AMITYVILLE 2: THE POSSESSION (1982), which tells the story of the house before the Lutz’s moved in. You also get the Michael Bay produced 2005 remake of AMITYVILLE HORROR, which actually made the middle of the road 1979 version much better in retrospect.  DVD

    • $19.99
  • 3-D Horror Collection - Volume 2
    • 50% less

    This 3 movie set contains everything you need to watch 3-D horror classics at home. Remastered so you can watch either the original flat (2-D) film, or an enhanced 3-D version of DEMENTIA 13, THE LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, and NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD.

    Comes complete with the three films on three DVD’s, two pair of wired shutter glasses, a video synchronization box, and instructions on how to set up and use the 3-D system, complete in one box.  DVD

    • $29.99
  • 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
  • Living Coffin (1958) ,The
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    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
  • Driller Killer (1979) ,The
    • 50% less

    Director Abel Ferrara’s cult classic exploitation film. Watch as artist Reno Miller slowly slips into insanity and begins to murder derelicts and bums with a battery-powered drill! Uncut, widescreen print includes commentary with director, trailer and the “porto-pack” TV commercial seen in the film. Now out of print DVD.

    • $9.99
  • Ambitious indy horror finds a band of renegade filmmakers breaking into an abandoned hospital to film their latest horror film. When they stumble across a real dead body, they decide to use it in their film. Not only do they accidentally bring the corpse back to life, but they open a portal to the world of the dead that unleashes dozens of other zombies. Now it’s a struggle to stay alive as the creatures have them trapped in the hospital. Includes making of featurette, commentary from director Dave Parker, and more. Out of print DVD.

    • $11.99
  • Scientist Henry Pryde (Bernie Casey) is working on an experimental serum that will reverse liver damage. He and his colleague, Dr. Worth (Rosalind Cash), believe they’ve perfected the serum so he begins a series of experiments, even using the serum on himself. The results are disastrous and transform him into a hulking hooker-murdering monster in one of the better “blaxploitation” films from the 70s.  DVD

    • $14.99
  • Delphine Seyrig stars as Elizabeth Bathory, the ageless Countess who travels with her beautiful young “companion” and leaves a legacy of perversion where ever she goes. One of the better adult horror outings made in the 70’s, now available uncut and mastered in high def. Includes commentary with director Harry Kimmel and star John Karlen, interviews, trailers, radio spots and more.  Now out of print DVD.

    • $14.99
  • Count Dracula (1970)
    • 40% less

    It’s director Jess Franco’s atmospheric adaptation of Bram Stoker’s novel with Christopher Lee in the title role. Presented uncut for the first time in America on DVD. Herbert Lom, Klaus Kinski, Soledad Miranda and Franco regular Jack Taylor round out the cast. Also includes a Jess Franco featurette, Christopher Lee reading Stoker’s “Dracula”, an essay on Soledad Miranda and photo gallery. Chris Lee calls this his favorite version of Dracula... Go figure.  DVD

    • $11.99
  • Bloody Birthday (1981)
    • 25% less

    Three babies are born simultaneously in the same hospital during a solar eclipse. Ten years later, the kids begin a kiddie killing spree of stranglings, shootings, stabbing and beatings. Underrated 80s slasher stuff includes interview with director Ed Hunt, interview with star Lori Lethin, and featurette. DVD

    • $14.99
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
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