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Armchair Fiction ABYSS, THE & INVADERS FROM THE VOID ABYSS, THE & INVADERS FROM THE VOID
Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first of our two novels David H. Keller’s “The Abyss.” Bustling streets full of people, honking yellow taxis, hollering newspaper boys, and the smell of hot dog carts under a magnificent, ever growing city skyline encapsulates the chaotic beauty of New York City. But as good things come to an end.  The second novel is “Invaders from the Void” by Amazing Stories’ Russell Branch. They called it the “Creeping Death.” The fungus started as a few spores but quickly engulfed Earth in an orange dystopian blaze of death...

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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #190 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #190

THE HEADLESS EYES (1971) Bo Brundin, Ramon Gordon, Kelly Swartz.  A down-on-his luck artist gets more than he bargained for in a failed robbery attempt—an eye gouged out with a spoon!  With his eye hanging out and dangling by the nerve, he screams into the night!  He then goes nuts and turns to killing women and cutting their eyes out.  PLUS:  THE GHASTLY ONES (1968) Veronica Radburn, Maggie Rogers, Hal Borske, directed by Andy Milligan.  Three couples spend the night in a creepy Victorian house in order to claim their inheritance.  Before long, they start dying horribly at the hand of a knife-and-pitchfork-wielding psycho who wants their inheritance...

 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #215 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #215

BLOOD DEMON (1967, Anamorphic) Christopher Lee, Lex Barker, Karin Dor, Carl Lange.  Barker sentences Lee, the evil Count Regula, to death for slaying 12 virgins.  Many years later, Lee returns from the dead to claim revenge on Barker’s son. THE HUNCHBACK OF SOHO (1968, Anamorphic) Gunther Stoll, Pinkas Braun, Monika Peitsch. Terrifying things are happening around the grounds of an old castle, within which is a boarding house for delinquent girls... 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #217 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #217

THE AMAZING MR. X (1948) Turhan Bey, Lynn Bari, Richard Carlson, Cathy O'Donnell. A very underrated film.  Bari plays a woman is haunted by the spectre of her dead husband.  She follows what she thinks is his spirit onto a lonely beach on a moonlit night and runs into a handsome spiritualist. ATLANTIS, THE LOST CONTINENT (1947) Maria Montez, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Dennis O’Keefe, Henry Daniell. Two soldiers are captured by strange warriors and taken to the lost land of Atlantis.  It is ruled over by a beautiful but ruthless queen who surrounds herself with the mummies of past lovers... 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #218 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #218

ALICE, OR THE LAST ESCAPADE (1977, Anamorphic) Sylvia Kristel, Charles Vanel, Ferdinand Ledoux, Francois Perrot. A woman drives through the night on a lonely road.  After a breakdown, she seeks help from a strange man and his butler who reside in a nearby creepy mansion.  FOOTPRINTS ON THE MOON (1976, Anamorphic) Florinda Balkon, Klaus Kinski, John Karlsen, Peter McEnery. An astronaut is purposely left on the moon as part of a bizarre experiment... 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #219 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #219

M (1951) David Wayne, Howard Da Silva, Martin Gabel, Raymond Burr, Luther Adler, Steve Brodie.  A well-done remake of the ’31 Lorre classic.  A mad killer is murdering small kids (this time in L.A.). The cops are combing the underworld, looking for the maniac. MOTHER RILEY MEETS THE VAMPIRE (1951) Bela Lugosi, Arthur Lucan, Maria Mercedes, Dora Bryan. Although this was officially a “Mother Riley” film, the real star here is Bela, who brings to his part an intensity not seen since his early ‘30s films. Worth it for him alone. Bela plots to dominate the world with an army of robots.


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Special Anamorphic HUMAN MONSTER, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition HUMAN MONSTER, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1939) Bela Lugosi, Greta Gynt, Hugh Williams, Wilfred Walter, Edmon Ryan. One of the best shockers of the '30's.  Dr. Orloff, gleefully murders people and throws them into the Thames mud flats—all so he can claim their life insurance...


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Drive in Double Features WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #8 WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #8

HORROR MANIACS (1948, aka THE GREED OF WILLIAM HART) Tod Slaughter, Henry Oscar, Jenny Lynn.  Tod's up to his maniacal tricks again in this grisly bodysnatching tale.  PLUS:  THE MONKEY’S PAW (1948) Milton Rosmer, Megs Jenkins, Michael Harvey. This engrossing British chiller is based on the classic horror tale by W.W. Jacobs. A man comes into possession of a withered, but magical paw of a dead monkey. From this paw he is bestowed three wishes...


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Special Anamorphic FACE AT THE WINDOW, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition FACE AT THE WINDOW, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1939) Tod Slaughter, John Warwick, Marjorie Taylor, Robert Adair, Harry Terry. If you've never seen a Slaughter film before, this is the one to start with. There's a monster, a mad killer, and a crazed scientist experimenting with the reanimation of the dead.  The victims often see the face of a misshapen monster leering in their windows, momments before they...


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Drive in Double Features WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #7 WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #7

THE CHASE (1946, United Artists) Robert Cummings, Peter Lorre, Steve Cochran, Michele Morgan. Intriguing story of an ex-G.I. who, by the simple act of returning a lost wallet, finds himself mixed up with hardened criminals. Cochran and Lorre give terrific low-key performances as overdressed psychos. PLUS:  SHOCK (1946, Fox) Vincent Price, Lynn Bari, Frank Latimore. A woman goes into catatonic shock after seeing a brutal murder. When she comes to, she discovers her doctor is the killer!


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Armchair Fiction DEVIL DOWNSTAIRS, THE & INVADERS FROM THE DARK DEVIL DOWNSTAIRS, THE & INVADERS FROM THE DARK

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction and horror double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel is P. F. Costello’s “The Devil Downstairs.” All hell was about to break loose.  Old Scratch, the Prince of Darkness, Lord of the Flies, Lucifer, Satan—THE DEVIL HIMSELF—was nothing like the red, pitchfork-baring imp of lore, but was a putrid beast of green whose small body was covered in gnarled hair.  The second novel is “Invaders from the Dark” by Weird Tales veteran Greye La Spina.  She had the attributes of horror itself:  devilish eyes that glittered like an unholy garnet in the dark...


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Armchair Fiction SECRET OF ELENA’S TOMB & WITCH OF BLACKFEN MOORS SECRET OF ELENA’S TOMB & WITCH OF BLACKFEN MOORS

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The leadoff novel is “The Secret of Elena’s Tomb” by Karl Tanzler von Cosel. This is a novelized true story of death and rejuvenation. And readers beware, this frightfully delicious tale of love, obsession, and science gone mad is morbidly true and not for the faint of heart.  The second novel is Amazing Stories regular Leroy Yerxa’s “Witch of Blackfen Moor.” Summoned just before midnight, Doctor Thaddius Quantry raced to the looming fortress of Blackfen manor, which stood in the desolation of the moors as an unwavering beacon in the darkness. As he neared the manor, an agonized scream broke through the eerie stillness of the moor.


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Horror APE MAN, THE—The Definitive Final Cut APE MAN, THE—The Definitive Final Cut

1943, Monogram) Bela Lugosi, Wallace Ford, Louise Currie, Henry Hall, Minerva Urecal.  During a series of weird experiments, Bela transforms into an ape man!  He needs spinal fluid to return to normal.  Bela uses a killer ape to stalk his victims.  SPECIAL NOTE FROM GREG LUCE, OWNER OF SINISTER CINEMA:  Looking back, Sinister Cinema has had this title out literally for decades....


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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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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films GORILLA OF SOHO, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition GORILLA OF SOHO, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1968, Upgraded 10/31/21) Horst Tapper, Uschi Glas, Uwe Friedrichsen, Herbert Fux, Hubert von Meyerinck. A killer gorilla stalks the dark streets of London, murdering unsuspecting victims. All the victims have agreed to donate their money to a charitable organization in the event of...


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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films HORROR OF BLACKWOOD CASTLE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition HORROR OF BLACKWOOD CASTLE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1968, Upgrade 10/31/21) Heinz Drache, Karin Baal, Horst Tappert, Siegfried Schurenberg, Agnes Windeck. Beautiful Karin Baal inherits the mysterious old Blackwood castle. She is pressured to sell the place, but refuses. Exacerbating the situation is the fact that dead bodies are starting to pile up, their flesh torn from attacks by a...


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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films HUNCHBACK OF SOHO, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition HUNCHBACK OF SOHO, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1966, Upgraded 10/30/21) Gunther Stoll, Pinkas Braun, Monika Peitsch. Terrifying things are happening around the grounds of an old castle, within which is a boarding house for delinquent girls. Things get nutty when some of the girls die mysteriously. A hunchback killer is on the loose! Scotland Yard is called. More murders occur, the screams of...


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Special Anamorphic MAN WHO LIVED AGAIN, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition MAN WHO LIVED AGAIN, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1936, aka THE MAN WHO CHANGED HIS MIND) Boris Karloff, Anna Lee, John Loder, Frank Cellier, Donald Calthrop, Lyn Harding. Karloff does in this role, what Lugosi did in his role as Dr. Vollin in THE RAVEN. He lets it all hang out as he plays the mad Dr. Laurience, who invents a fantastic device that...


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