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Current Sales $98 Special Sale $98 Special Sale

THE $98 SPECIAL IS EXTENDED!  Now through September 15th, 2017 you can buy ANY TWELVE (12) TITLES FOR ONLY $98, POSTPAID...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #166 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #166

THE STRANGER (1973) Glenn Corbett, Cameron Mitchell, Lew Ayres, Sharon Acker, Dean Jagger.  After a mishap in space Corbett finds himself in a strange hospital where no one can give him any answers.  PLUS  CROWHAVEN FARM (1970) Hope Lange, Paul Burke, John Carradine, Lloyd Bochner. Lange and hubby inherit a strange old farm.  She soon sees visions of ancient settlers doing weird things with rocks and wooden doors...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #167 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #167

DEFEAT OF HANNIBAL (1937/1960) Annibale Ninchi, Camillo Pilotto, Fosco Giachetti, Francesca Braggiotti.  A sprawling epic about the Carthage-Roman war. Lots of cool sword & sandal intrigue with big, awesome, battle scenes.  PLUS:  HERCULES AGAIN MACISTE IN THE VALE OF WOE (1961) Kirk Morris, Frank Gordon, Bice Valori, Liana Orfei.  In this wacky sword and sandal movie, a couple of boxing promoters use a time machine to travel back to ancient times...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #168 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #168

GARDEN OF THE DEAD (1972) Phil Kenneally, Duncan McLeod.  Chain gang convicts make the mistake of sniffing a new, experimental formaldehyde to get high.  They then try to escape and are shot dead by the guards.  After they're buried, they crawl out of their graves to seek a bloodthirsty revenge.  PLUS:  ENTER THE DEVIL (1972) Irene Kelly, Josh Bryant.  People are disappearing in the desert near the Texas border.  A brave (and beautiful) occult expert comes to a lonely town and finds a Penitentes-style devil-cult...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #169 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #169

RIP VAN WYK (1960) Jamie Uys, Wynona Cheyney.  This movie is actually a time travel movie. Set in 1859, Uys meets a mysterious man who feeds him a potion causing him to fall asleep and hurtle 100 years through time.  He awakens, un-aged, in 1959—a strange, unfamiliar, modern world.  PLUS:  THE DAY THE SKY EXPLODED (1958) Paul Hubschmid, Ivo Garrani. A rocket lifts off for the moon. The rocket (containing lots of atomic matter) smashes into an asteroid, which in turn shatters into an avalanche of deadly rocks and space debris...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #170 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #170

RETURN OF THE WITCH (1952) Mirja Mane, Toivo Makela. An ancient witch’s body is unearthed. A stake is pulled from her rotted corpse.  Soon a beautiful naked girl is found in the witch’s grave.  Villagers are sure it’s the witch returned to life.  PLUS:  GEISHA GIRL (1952) William Andrews, Martha Hyer, Archer MacDonald.  A mad scientist develops explosive pills more powerful than A-bombs!  He shocks the world by vaporizing a Pacific island!  Plans of world conquest are thwarted though, when the pills fall into the hands of two wacky GIs...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #171 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #171

LEGEND OF HORROR (1972) Williams Bates, Karin Field, Fawn Silver. When Legend of Horror came out in 1972, it incorporated a 1960 South American version of “The Telltale Heart” along with about forty minutes of new footage with American actors, expanding the original Poe story significantly.  There’s one cool scene with zombies in a graveyard!  PLUS:  THE DRACULA SAGA (1972) Tina Sainz, Tony Isbert.  The last heir to the Draculas (who is pregnant) arrives at the castle of the infamous Count.  Soon her husband is having flings with the Count’s “brides!” This movie has lots of sharp teeth and flowing blood...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #172 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #172

A SWINGIN’ AFFAIR (1963, aka REBEL IN THE RING) Bill Wellman, Jr., Arline Judge.  Wellman’s a kid from the poor side of town and a part-time boxer who’s a pledge at a snobby college fraternity.  He makes his money beating up his foes in the ring.  He lives in fear, though, of his fraternity pals finding out about his humble beginnings and his shady profession.  PLUS:  MOONSHINE MOUNTAIN (1964) Chuck Scott, Jeffrey Allen, directed by H.G. Lewis.  A pretty amazing movie.  Not much of a plot really, just lots of hootin’ and hollerin’, feuds, stills, singing, and gory murders...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #173 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #173

HYPNOSIS (1962, aka DUMMY OF DEATH) Jean Sorel, Heinz Drache, Gotz George.  A hypnotist is murdered in his dressing room!  His ventriloquist dummy seemingly watches the crime being committed. A boxer and part-time delivery boy is blamed for the crime.  Soon another murder occurs!  Was the killer human…or was it the dummy?  PLUS:  STRANGLER OF BLACKMOOR CASTLE (1963) Karin Dor, Ingmar Zeisberg.  A hooded maniac is loose and he’s murdering numerous people inside a dark, dank, creepy old English castle.  A cool Edgar Wallace chiller...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #174 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #174

BLACK DICE (1951) Jack LaRue, Linden Travers, Lili Molnar, Hugh McDermott. Travers is a society dame who is kidnapped by two small-time thugs. LaRue gives the best portrayal of his life as a bigtime gangster who owns the Black Dice Club, a classy spot filled with rich suckers, showgirls, and illicit types. PLUS:  NIGHTBEAT (1947) Ronald Howard, Maxwell Reed, Anne Crawford.  In this superb film noir gem, Ross and Howard play young men who join the police force.  Ross succeeds; Howard fails.  Howard ends up on the wrong side of the law when he falls in with a shady nightclub owner, brilliantly played by Reed...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #25 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #25

CARNIVAL OF SOULS (1962) Candace Hilligoss, Sidney Berger, directed by Herk Harvey.  The survivor of a car wreck is haunted by a ghostly personage.  Who is he, and why is he following her? Seldom have the elements of sight and sound come together in such an eerie, chilling way.  PLUS:  THE DEVIL’S MESSENGER (1961) Lon Chaney, John Crawford, Karen Kadler.  Lon plays Satan in this trio of horror stories.  He sends his 'messenger' back to Earth with a formula for a 500 megaton nuclear bomb so that everybody can join him in hell...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #37 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #37

NIGHT TIDE (1961) Dennis Hopper, Linda Lawson, Luana Anders.  An excellent low budget horror thriller similar to CARNIVAL OF SOULS.  A lonely sailor on leave becomes fascinated with a sideshow mermaid girl.  He faces a horrifying, growing awareness that she may actually be a real mermaid that habitually kills during the cycle of the full moon.  PLUS:  BATTLE BEYOND THE SUN (1963) Ed Perry, Andy Stewart.  Two nations race to have the first landing on Mars.  Some great outer space scenes with really hilarious-looking monsters doing battle against each other...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #74 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #74

THE EMBALMER (1966) Maureen Brown, Gin Mart, Luciano Gasper, Anita Todesco.  A horrible fiend is on the loose under the streets of Venice.  He pulls beautiful girls down into murky canals that catacomb the sewers of the ancient Italian city.  PLUS:  THE SHE BEAST (1966) Barbara Steele, Ian Ogilvy, John Karlson, Mel Welles, directed by Michael Reeves.  Villagers hunt down and drown an 18th century witch.  Centuries later, Barb and her hubby vacation in the area.  Their car crashes into the lake at the very spot that the witch was killed...


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Armchair Fiction 20,000 A.D. & DRUID MOON 20,000 A.D. & DRUID MOON

Armchair Fiction presents illustrated, extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel is a true classic from the golden age of science fiction, by Nathan Schachner and Arthur Zagat.  The second novel is “Druid Moon” written by the well-known science fiction writer, Ray Cummings.  ​Click on the image to the left to find out more about these two great titles...


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Armchair Fiction A TWELVEMONTH AND A DAY & PREFERRED RISK A TWELVEMONTH AND A DAY & PREFERRED RISK

Armchair Fiction presents illustrated, extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations.  Poul Anderson is one of the most beloved science fiction authors of all time. "A Twelvemonth and a Day" is another fine example of his story-telling prowess. The second novel is “Preferred Risk” by Frederik Pohl and Lester del Rey.  The Company was a powerful, efficient, and monstrous organization... Click on the image to the left to find out more about these two great titles...


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Horror ALICE, OR THE LAST ESCAPADE—Widescreen Edition ALICE, OR THE LAST ESCAPADE—Widescreen Edition

(1977) Sylvia Kristel, Charles Vanel, Ferdinand Ledoux.  A great fantasy-horror film.  A woman leaves her husband one stormy night.  She drives on a lonely road, but when her windshield breaks she seeks help from a strange man and his butler who reside in a nearby creepy mansion.  The woman spends the night, but next morning she finds no trace of her hosts.  Finding her car repaired, she tries to leave but soon realizes it’s impossible...


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Armchair Fiction ANT WITH THE HUMAN SOUL, THE & NIGHT OF THE TROLLS ANT WITH THE HUMAN SOUL, THE & NIGHT OF THE TROLLS

Armchair Fiction presents illustrated, extra large paperback editions of classic science fiction double novels.  The first novel, “The Ant With the Human Soul,” is a brilliant imaginative yarn by master writer Bob Olsen.  The second novel, is by another great sci-fi veteran, Keith Laumer.  “The Night of the Trolls,”  was the first of what would become a very popular series for Keith Laumer—his “Bolo” stories.  Click on the image to the left to find out more about these two great titles... 


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Exploitation BAD GIRLS DO CRY BAD GIRLS DO CRY

(1954) William Page, Misty Ayers, William Marks, Heather English, Ben Frommer, directed by Sid Melton. This incredibly bad exploitation film is a grade Z classic!  A young woman visits a model agency.  Soon she’s molested, then loaded up on drugs and finally forced to become a call girl. There’s a crime element here, but the film was made essentially so that Ayers could take her clothes off here and there on camera...


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