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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #165 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #165

TERROR CIRCUS (1974) Andrew Prine, Manuela Thiess, Sherry Alberoni.  Prine is a twisted psycho who captures girls and terrorizes them in his barn.  They are his animal act and he is the ringmaster, whipping and torturing them with zeal.  There’s a cool, gross-looking monster in a shed.  PLUS:  THE SEVERED ARM (1973, R-Rated, 91 min.) Deborah Walley, Paul Carr, Marvin Kaplan.  Six stranded climbers amputate and eat the arm of one of their group.  Years later, the other group members begin to meet horrible violent deaths.  


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #83 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #83

WHAT! (1963) Christopher Lee, Tony Kendall, Daliah Lavi, Harriet White, directed by Mario Bava.  The setting is a sinister castle.  Lee is a sadistic noble who whips the wife of his brother.  Chris is later found dead, but his ghost comes back to haunt the castle.  PLUS:  TERROR IN THE CRYPT (1963) Christopher Lee, Ursula Davis, Jose Campos.  Lee is Count Karnstein, living with his daughter in a crumbling castle.  Decades earlier, a witch put a death curse on their family.  


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #51 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #51

KILL BABY KILL (1966) Erica Blanc, Max Lawrence, Fabienne Dali, directed by Mario Bava.  The ghost of a young girl takes revenge on the villagers who caused her death.  Swirling mists, cobwebbed rooms, black cats, shadowy figures…it’s an incredible film that you really don't want to miss.  PLUS:  FANGS OF THE LIVING DEAD (1968) Anita Eckberg, Julian Ugarte, John Hamilton, Adrianna Ambesi. Anita inherits a castle but finds it infested with vampires!    


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Armchair Fiction MINIONS OF THE TIGER & FOUNDING FATHER MINIONS OF THE TIGER & FOUNDING FATHER

Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels.  The first novel is Chester S. Geier’s “Minions of the Tiger.”  The second novel is “Founding Father” by J. F. Bone.  Click on the image to the left to find out more about these two great titles.


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Armchair Fiction THUNDER IN THE DAWN & THE UNCANNY EXPERIMENTS OF DR. VARSAG THUNDER IN THE DAWN & THE UNCANNY EXPERIMENTS OF DR. VARSAG

Armchair Fiction presents extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels.  The first novel is “Thunder in the Dawn” by Henry Kuttner.  The second novel is “The Uncanny Experiments of Dr. Varsag” by David V. Reed.  Click on the image to the left to find out more about these two great titles.


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Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, Volume Ten, Manly Wade Wellman and Others HORROR GEMS, Volume Ten, Manly Wade Wellman and Others

Armchair Fiction presents paperback collections of the best in classic horror short stories, complete with many original illustrations.  "Horror Gems, Vol. Ten" features a great selection of chillers by some of horrordom’s best, with grim tales to nourish the “twisted” part of the human mind...


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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 #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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Horror SHADOW OF CHINATOWN* SHADOW OF CHINATOWN*
(1936, Feature) Herman Brix, Luanna Walters, Joan Barclay. Our video master comes from the only known extant 16mm print in the world. Bela plays a man Eurasian, hell-bent on destroying the merchants
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Armchair Fiction WOLVES OF DARKNESS & WORLD OF THE LIVING DEAD WOLVES OF DARKNESS & WORLD OF THE LIVING DEAD

Armchair Fiction presents illustrated, extra large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel, “Wolves of Darkness” is easily one of Jack Williamson’s best early tales. The second novel is “World of the Living Dead” by Golden Age of Sci-Fi author, Ed Earl Repp. Click on the image to the left to find out more about these two great titles...


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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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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #136 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #136

BURKE AND HARE (1971) Harry Andrews, Yutte Stensgaard, Glyn Edwards, Kerry Nesbitt. This terrific body-snatching thriller is a grisly horror film, yet also a marvelous, sexy black comedy. The best Burke and Hare


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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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Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, Volume Eleven: Thorp McCluskey & Others HORROR GEMS, Volume Eleven: Thorp McCluskey & Others

Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback collections of the best in classic horror short stories. "Horror Gems, Vol. Eleven" features another excellent anthology of stories by some of horror’s best writers, such as Thorp McClusky, Poul Anderson, Fritz Leiber and many others...


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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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Horror MONSTER OF LONDON CITY* MONSTER OF LONDON CITY*
(1964) Marianne Koch, Hansjorg Felmy. While a play about Jack the Ripper's atrocities is enacted at Edgar Allen Poe Theatre in London's Whitechapel district, similar murders are being committed for real in t
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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 #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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