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Simply add this product to your cart to take advantage of this great sale. Buy any 5 titles from our website catalog and receive the 6th title absolutely free. Remember, this sale applies to all titles in our website catalog. WE WILL ADJUST YOUR FINAL TOTAL!  Don't worry about the total on your invoice during checkout, we will adjust your total on our end and you will only be charged the sale price. We will also pick your most expensive title(s) to be your free title(s). 


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Horror A PUBLIC CEMETERY UNDER THE MOON—Widescreen Edition A PUBLIC CEMETERY UNDER THE MOON—Widescreen Edition

(1967) Hae Hwang, Ae-ran Jeong, Mi-ae Kang, Do Kum-Bong, No-shik Park.  This Asian chiller has all kinds of grisly stuff:  Acid thrown in the face, eyes being gouged out, the horror of drug addition, vengeful ghosts, etc.  The plot is pretty simple, a former geisha girl takes her life because she’s essentially lost her husband to the wanton lure of a servant girl.  But like in any good Asian ghost story, revenge is a must!  So...


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Westerns B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, BILL CODY, Vol. 3 B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, BILL CODY, Vol. 3

BORN TO BATTLE (1927, Pathe) BORDER GUNS (1934, Aywon Productions) BLAZING JUSTICE (1936, Spectrum) CYCLONE RANGER (1935, Spectrum)


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Westerns B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, BOB STEELE, Vol. 9 B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, BOB STEELE, Vol. 9

HEADIN’ NORTH (1930, Tiffany) CAVALRY (1936, Supreme) DOOMED AT SUNDOWN (1937, Republic) DURANGO VALLEY RAIDERS (1937, Republic)


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Westerns B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, JOHNNY MACK BROWN, Vol. 5 B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, JOHNNY MACK BROWN, Vol. 5

BRANDED A COWARD (1935, Supreme); LAWLESS LAND (1936, Supreme); TRAIL OF VENGEANCE (1937, Republic); HELLTOWN (1937, Paramount)


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Westerns B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, KEN MAYNARD, Vol. 7 B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, KEN MAYNARD, Vol. 7

THE DEMON RIDER (1925, Davis Prod.) HELL-FIRE AUSTIN (1932, Tiffany) SIX SHOOTIN’ SHERIFF (1938, Grand National.) FLAMING LEAD (1940)


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Westerns B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, ROY ROGERS, Vol. 5 B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, ROY ROGERS, Vol. 5

DAYS OF JESSE JAMES (1941, Republic) RIDIN’ DOWN THE CANYON (1942, Republic) ROLL ON TEXAS MOON (1946, Republic, Uncut!) THE GAY RANCHERO (1948, Republic, in color!) 


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Westerns B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, TOM TYLER, Vol. 8 B WESTERN COLLECTIONS, TOM TYLER, Vol. 8

COYOTE TRAILS (1935, Reliable) UNCONQUERED BANDIT (1935, Reliable) PINTO RUSTLERS (1936) LIGHT OF WESTERN STARS (1937, Great 35mm!)


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Sword and Sandal BACCHANTES, THE (Widescreen) BACCHANTES, THE (Widescreen)

(1961, WIDESCREEN) Taina Elg, Pierre Brice, Alberto Lupo, Akim Tamiroff.  A Peplum classic, filled with many moments of magic and mysticism.  Thebes is suffering from a horrible drought.  To ward off this dry spell, the evil king is willing to sacrifice a young virgin to the god, Demeter. But the god Dionysus has different ideas, bringing to Thebes an onslaught of rain and sparing the girl’s life seconds before she is to be sacrificed...


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Armchair Fiction BLACK GANG, THE, & ALIAS THE LONE WOLF BLACK GANG, THE, & ALIAS THE LONE WOLF

Armchair Fiction presents Mammoth Mystery Double Classics—featuring illustrated editions of two all-time mystery-crime standards, with 470 pages or more of whodunit thrills. “The Black Gang” is our first grisly tale of murder and mayhem, by H. C. “Sapper” McNeile. Bulldog Drummond Returns! This double novel’s second tale features another great fictional detective in Louis Joseph Vance’s “Alias the Lone Wolf.”


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Horror BOOGEY MAN, THE BOOGEY MAN, THE

(1980) John Carradine, Suzanne Love, Ron James. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL, FACTORY SEALED Magnum VHS pre-record and our quantity is limited.  A girl and her brother guard the secret of a childhood murder. Years later, they return to the scene of the crime but discover a supernatural horror from beyond...


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Horror CRIMSON, THE COLOR OF TERROR—WIDESCREEN EDITION CRIMSON, THE COLOR OF TERROR—WIDESCREEN EDITION

(1973, WIDESCREEN) Paul Naschy, Silvia Solar, Olivier Mathot, Evelyn Scott, Claude Boisson.  This Naschy chiller features a mad scientist who decides to push the boundaries of science and perform a head transplant on an injured criminal.  The results, however, are not quite what the good doctor expects, as his creation becomes a far more deadly creature than the criminal ever was...


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Action Adventure Thrillers CROOK'S TOUR CROOK'S TOUR

(1940) Basil Radford, Naunton Wayne, Greta Gynt, Charles Oliver, Gordon McLeod.  Radford and Wayne reprise their Lady Vanishes roles as Charters and Caldicott, a couple of well-seasoned yet naïve British world travelers.  By the random act of ordering certain items off a menu, they find themselves the unwitting carriers of a phonograph record filled secret Nazi info.  Of course the Nazis try everything possible to eliminate them...  


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Mystery CROSS-UP CROSS-UP

CROSS-UP (1958) Larry Parks, Constance Smith, Lisa Daniely, Donald Stewart. On the first night of his London assignment, news agency reporter Parks becomes heavily involved with a mysterious woman (Daniely). The affair ends when she is shot as they grapple for a gun she has pulled.  But this is only the beginning of Parks’ troubles, especially considering the dead woman worked for a criminal organization...


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Horror CRY OF THE BANSHEE CRY OF THE BANSHEE

(1970) Vincent Price, Essy Persson, Patrick Mower, Elisabeth Bergner. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL, FACTORY SEALED HBO VHS pre-record and our quantity is limited.  A vengeance-seeking Druid cult leader is out to get Price and his family. She sends a demon werewolf in the form of a handsome youg man to...


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Mystery DEADLY RECORD DEADLY RECORD

DEADLY RECORD (1959) Lee Patterson, Barbara Shelley, Jane Hylton, Peter Dyneley, Geoffrey Keen, John Paul.   This gritty little thriller has airline pilot Patterson returning home to discover his wife has apparently left for a trip.  A little later when the police pay him a visit regarding a car accident Patterson and the police are shocked to discover his wife’s dead body, murdered in her studio...  


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Mystery DEATH FALLS LIGHTLY—Widescreen DEATH FALLS LIGHTLY—Widescreen

(1972) Stelio Candelli, Patrizia Viotti, Veronika Korosec, Rossella Bergamonti, Tom Felleghy.  A man finds his wife brutally murdered. He has no alibi so is instructed by his lawyer to go into hiding in an old, abandoned hotel. Strange occurrences start happening immediately, including the discovery of a woman with her throat cut! The hotel setting of this film is in some ways reminiscent of The Shining...


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Mystery DEVIL’S FLUTE—Widescreen Edition DEVIL’S FLUTE—Widescreen Edition

(1979) Toshiyuki Nishida, Isao Natsuyagi, Haruko Wanibuchi, Tomoko Saitô.  This is a really well-made Japanese “locked room” murder mystery set in the 1930s.  The famous Nipponese detective Kindaichi is called in to investigate a number of horrible slayings.  His investigations soon point the finger at members of a wealthy family—a family that, as it turns out, has many dark secrets to hide...


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Horror DEVIL'S BED, THE, Widescreen Edition DEVIL'S BED, THE, Widescreen Edition

(1978) John Phillip Law, Florinda Bolkan, Guido Wieland.  Law is an engineer entrusted with surveying properties in and around a small Austrian village to determine the future sight of a factory.  This means casting many villagers off their land.  Unfortunately, he doesn’t know that the village is protected by a warlock and his witch daughter, who make things more than a little unpleasant for him with their supernatural powers...  


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Horror DIE MONSTER DIE DIE MONSTER DIE

(1965, AIP) Boris Karloff, Nick Adams, Suzan Farmer, Freda Jackson. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL, FACTORY SEALED HBO VHS pre-record and our quantity is limited.  An AIP classic! Karloff plays the lord of a strange manor around which all life--plant and animal--seem to be mutating into hideous...


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Horror DRAUGASAGA DRAUGASAGA

(1985) Sigurjona Sverrisdottir, Þorsteinn Hannesson.  A student lands a job as a night watchman in a big TV broadcasting studio, which is supposedly haunted.  The old watchman he’s replacing warns him about the ghost of a red-haired woman who is known to stalk the studio's corridors.  But when the new kid gets the makeup girl to make him up as a red-haired ghost (as sort of a joke) he finds out how seriously haunted the building really is...


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Sci Fi DREAM DOCTOR, THE & A TRIP TO THE MOON, Two-Disc Edition DREAM DOCTOR, THE & A TRIP TO THE MOON, Two-Disc Edition

The first disc of this Special Two-DVD Edition contains The Dream Doctor (1936) Julie Suedo Sidney Monckton.  This odd film tells tales of many different characters’ dream experiences and tries to explain them in a paranormal yet scientific way by a woman with strange powers.  The second disc includes A Trip to the Moon (1902) Georges Méliès, Victor André.  This is a short sci-fi classic from early cinema pioneer Méliès.  We've also thrown in trailers and two other short subjects, including Fall of the House of Usher and The Devil's Ball...


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #184 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #184

THE DEATHHEAD VIRGIN (1974) Jock Gaynor, Diane Mc Bain, Larry Ward, Vic Diaz.  Gaynor’s a treasure hunter who finds a big haul—a sunken ship in the Pacific.  However, the ship is guarded by the vengeful spirit of an ancient princess. PLUS: EERIE MIDNIGHT HORROR SHOW (1974) Stella Carnacina, Chris Avram, Lucretia Love.  A beautiful woman purchases an ancient statue.   In a shocking scene, it comes to life and rapes her.  She then becomes possessed and is taken to a convent where an exorcism priest is brought in to free her...

 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #185 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #185

THE MURDER CLINIC (1966, WIDESCREEN) Williams Berger, Barbara Wilson, Mary Young. Dr. Vance owns a clinic for the mentally ill located in a gloomy forest.  Unfortunately, there’s a hooded killer on the grounds, slashing people to death with a straight razor. PLUS:  THE DEVIL’S MISTRESS (1966) Joan Stapleton, Robert Gregory, Wes Morland.  An Old West horror film about a female vampire who has a passion for unsuspecting cowboys and soon takes revenge on the four thugs who murdered her husband in cold blood...

 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #186 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #186

MINOTAUR, WILD BEAST OF CRETE (1960, WIDESCREEN) Bob Mathias, Rosanna Schiaffino, Alberto Lupo.  King Minos sacrifices the “required” number of virgins to the monstrous Minotaur.  But as his wife is dying, she confesses that their daughter has a twin hidden away to avoid giving her to the Minotaur.  PLUS:  A LUST FOR DYING (1960, WIDESCREEN) Annette Stroyberg, Elsa Martinelli, Mel Ferrer. This retelling of Lefanu’s classic vampire tale, Carmilla, is a good one.  Carmilla’s obsession with her friend’s engagement leads her into the darkness of a female vampire’s tomb...

 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #187 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #187

THE MAGIC SERPENT (1966, WIDESCREEN) Hiroki Matsukata, Tomoko Ogawa, Ryutaro Otomo.  In ancient Japan, a good lord is killed and his throne is taken by a treacherous lord and his sorcerer.  Years later, an epic battle ensues between the prince and the sorcerer.  PLUS:  THE WITCH (1966) Richard Johnson, Rossanna Schiaffino, Sarah Ferrati.  A young historian is brought to a magnificent palatial estate to assemble the largely erotic memoirs of a deceased general.  There he falls in love with a beautiful witch... 

 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #188 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #188

STAR ODYSSEY (1977) Sharon Baker, Chris Avran.  An alien mastermind has picked Earth for annihilation.  Earth sends a fleet of starships to fight against the super robots from this far-off galaxy.  Lots of pitched space battles with plenty of action.  PLUS:  PLANET OF DINOSAURS (1977) Harvey Shain, Mary Aplleseth, Max Thayer, Derna Wylde. A lost spaceship lands on a mysterious planet filled with rampaging prehistoric monsters.  The crew members have to stave off these giant lizards until they are rescued...

 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #189 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #189

HOT MONEY GIRL (1959) Eddie Constantine, Christopher Lee, Dawn Addams.  Constantine and Addams hatch a plot to recover a parcel of priceless jewels from behind the iron curtain.  Their quest takes them to an old convent that’s now a German police barracks. Lots of tense moments as they break through security lines. PLUS:  THE UNSTOPPABLE MAN (1960) Cameron Mitchell, Marious Goring, Harry Corbett.  Mitchell is a tycoon whose son is kidnapped.  There’s a huge ransom demand and the cops tell Mitchell to let them handle it.  Mitchell, though, takes matters into his own hands.  There’s a bit of sci-fi as Mitchell defends himself with a futuristic, hand-held flame projector...

 


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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 #191 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #191

DAUGHTER OF DARKNESS (1948) Maxwell Reed, Siobhan McKenna, Anne Crawford, Honor Blackman.  McKenna is brilliant as an insane killer.  Reed is a carnival boxer who falls under her spell and ends up hideously scarred from her jagged fingernails.  Soon, young men turn up slain.  PLUS:  THE MONKEY’S PAW (1948) Milton Rosmer, Megs Jenkins, Michael Harvey, Eric Micklewood.  A man obtains a dead monkey’s magical paw.  He is bestowed three wishes. His first wish is to be debt-free.  The wish is granted, but the price is his son’s life.  The next wish is for the son to be returned to life—but the price is truly horrible...

 


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #192 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #192

ALIAS JOHN PRESTON (1956) Christopher Lee, Betta St. John, Alexander Knox.  Lee, tormented by bizarre, murderous dreams about a woman from his past, eventually transforms into a Jekyll and Hyde type with an urge to kill.  Knox is the psychological counsellor who tries who suspects something's amiss.  PLUS:  FRIGHT (1956) Eric Fleming, Nancy Malone, Dean Almquist.  This eerie film had a most unusual premise: a lady thinks she’s the reincarnation of an ancient prince’s elicit lover.  At the same time, a killer turns out to be the reincarnation of the prince!  Fleming Is the who tries to figure it all out—and solve some murders to boot!  


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #3 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #3

CREATURE FROM THE HAUNTED SEA (1961) Anthony Carbone, Betsy Jones Morland, Edward Wain.  This is another of Roger Corman's horror comedies.  A fake sea monster, blamed for many deaths, turns out to be real.  Morland and Carbone are perfect in their roles (Betsy is as cute as a bug. PLUS:  DEVIL’S PARTNER (1958) Edwin Nelson, Edgar Buchannon, Jean Allison, Richard Crane.  A strange man comes to claim his inheritance in a small desert town and brings along with him satanic rites, evil spells and death!  He also has occasion to change himself into various wild animals when killing off his enemies...  


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #65 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #65

WEREWOLF IN A GIRLS’ DORMITORY (1963) Barbara Lass, Carl Schell, Curt Lowens, Luciano Pigozzi.  A creepy, gothic tale about a snarling werewolf on the prowl in and around at a girls’ reform school.  Suspicion falls upon a new teacher after a horrible, animal-like slaying takes place.  Is he really the murdering, supernatural beast? PLUS: THE MAD EXECUTIONERS (1963) Hansjorg Felmy, Wolfgang Preiss, Chris Howland, Maria Perschy.  A secret society seems to be bumping off a large number of notorious criminals.  There's also a mad scientist who decapitates his victims and tries to keep their heads alive...


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #92 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #92

THE INCREDIBLY STRANGE CREATURES WHO STOPPED LIVING AND BECAME MIXED UP ZOMBIES (1963) Ray Stecker, Carolyn Brandt, Brett O'Hara.  Ray’s a drifter who’s drawn to an eerie sideshow where he's hypnotized by a gypsy and turned into a murdering zombie.  Hidden in cages are other zombies whose faces have been disfigured with acid by the gypsy and her hunchback.  PLUS:  THE THRILL KILLERS (1965) Ray Steckler, Brick Bardo, Herb Robins, Liz Renay, Carolyn Brandt.  A nail-biting story of a psycho  who kills to satisfy his perverse hatred toward all people.  Also on the loose is his loony tunes brother and his ax-wielding buddies...


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Sword and Sandal EXECUTIONER OF VENICE, THE—Widescreen Edition EXECUTIONER OF VENICE, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1963, Aka Blood of the Executioner) Lex Barker, Guy Madison, Alessandra Panaro, Mario Petri.  Toss those old full-screen versions of this Peplum classic, here at last is a beautiful widescreen copy of this early ‘60s classic from 35mm.  It’s Lex against Guy in this great epic set in the middle ages during the inquisition...  


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Mystery FALSE FACES FALSE FACES

(1931) Lowell Sherman, Peggy Shannon, Lila Lee, Berton Churchill, David Landau, Joyce Compton.  Sherman gives a grand performance as a doctor who’s fired from his hospital job for being morally corrupt.  He then sets himself up as a plastic surgeon, although he is completely unqualified.   He seduces women, rips off his patients, and soon causes an operating room tragedy that lands him in criminal court...


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Mystery FEMALE FUGITIVE FEMALE FUGITIVE

(1938) Evelyn Venable, Craig Reynolds, Reed Hadley, John Kelly. A woman is shocked when she discovers her husband is the head of a truck-hijacking ring. When he forces her to drive their getaway car, she finds herself wanted by the police, too. An OK Monogram crime thriller with an engaging script...


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Sword and Sandal FIGHTING COSSACKS, THE FIGHTING COSSACKS, THE

(1963) Vladimir Medar, Jean-François Poron, George Reich, Hugo Santana, Lorella De Luca. Cossack chief Taras Bulba plans to subdue Poland and its Tartar allies.  He sends his sons to study in the Polish city of Dubno to learn as much as possible about the Polish people and their military strength. One of the sons, however, falls for the daughter of a Polish governor. When the Cossacks lay siege to Dubno, the son is imprisoned...


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Armchair Fiction FLESH IS WEAK FLESH IS WEAK

Armchair Fiction presents a new line of “Scandalous Classics,” featuring the works of Florence Stonebraker.  FLESH IS WEAK is another well-crafted tale of steamy lust, seedy men and women, despicable conduct, overt sexual permissiveness, and unabashed vice!  “Flesh is Weak” is another Stonebraker gem.  It's the story of a lustful teenage girl who was blinded by her passion for seedy men...


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Sci Fi FLYING SAUCERS OVER ISTANBUL FLYING SAUCERS OVER ISTANBUL

(1955) Orhan Erçin, Zafer Önen, Türkan Samil, Özcan Tekgül, Mirella Monro.  This really isn’t much of a movie, yet somehow it kind of works (5.5 on IMDB).  There’s a flying saucer, a dorky robot, an elixir of life, and a plethora of cheesy alien dames who have come to Earth looking for…you guessed it…men!  And who do they find?  


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Mystery FOUR HOURS OF TERROR, Widescreen Edition FOUR HOURS OF TERROR, Widescreen Edition

(1959) Ken Takakura, Kenji Imai.  This is a terrific film about a mad killer on an airliner.  The film’s initial exposition is great as we get to know all the various passengers who are boarding the plane. The killer, who has just murdered three people, then boards with a gun in hidden in his pocket (no security screening back then).  When one of the passengers discovers his identity, the killer holds the plane at bay (in flight) and threatens to kill anyone who refuses to obey him...


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Horror GOLEM, THE (1967) GOLEM, THE (1967)

(1967) Andre Reybaz, Georges Douking, Francois Vibert, Magali Noel, Francoise Winskill.  This is a fantastic film filled with a plethora of haunting Images.   It is almost too deep to describe in a simple synopsis.  Let it suffice to say that the story deals with a gem-carver in old Prague who becomes entangled in a web of murder plots and other strange supernatural happenings...


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Sci Fi GORGO GORGO

(1961) Bill Travers, William Sylvester, Christopher Rhodes, Bruce Seton, Vincent Winter.  THIS IS AN ORIGINAL, FACTORY SEALED VCI VHS pre-record and our quantity is limited.  This is a kind of British version of Godzilla.  Scientists capture a towering prehistoric monster and bring it back to London...


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Armchair Fiction GREEN RUST, THE, & THE CLUE OF THE TWISTED CANDLE GREEN RUST, THE, & THE CLUE OF THE TWISTED CANDLE

Armchair Fiction presents Mammoth Mystery Double Classics—featuring illustrated editions of two all-time mystery-crime standards, with 440 pages or more of whodunit thrills. “The Green Rust” by all time great mystery writer Edgar Wallace is our first classic story. The second tale is another great Edgar Wallace thriller, “The Clue of the Twisted Candle.”


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Exploitation GROUPIES GROUPIES

(1970) Patty Cakes, Chaz, Pamela Des Barres, Miss Harlow, Goldie Glitters.  This is a fairly obscure documentary about the well-known rock 'n' roll groupies of the late ‘60s.  It’s a fascinating look into the lives of rock and roll’s fringe players, and the depiction is not always a pretty one.  Look for shots of the infamous Plaster Casters...


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Action Adventure Thrillers H-8... H-8...

(1958) Boris Buzancic, Djurdja Ivezic, Antun Vrdoljak, Vanja Drach.  This highly unique thriller centers around two vehicles—a bus and a truck—that are speeding towards each other along a wet, narrow two-lane highway on a stormy night.  Right from the start we learn that the two vehicles will eventually collide because of the actions of a reckless driver.  It’s even pointed out which seats will spell death for their occupants...


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Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. One HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. One

This is the first of two Horror Gems collections celebrating the classic works of “The Unique Magazine,” Weird Tales, featuring Seabury Quinn and others.  The year was 1923 when tales took a turn for the weird with the launch of the world’s first genre pulp magazine, Weird Tales; and here we have a collection of the weirdest and most spine tingling of the first year...


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Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 17, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. Two HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 17, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. Two

This is the second of two Horror Gems collections celebrating the classic works of Weird Tales, the Best of 1923, Part Two, Otis Adelbert Kline and others.  With so many great tales to cull from the annals of Weird Tales’ inaugural year, there was just no way they could all be contained in one volume, so we’ve collected more of those delectable 1923 fright stories to help you lose plenty of sleep at night...  


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Armchair Fiction INVADERS FROM THE INFINITE, Special Illustrated Edition INVADERS FROM THE INFINITE, Special Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents extra large editions of the best in classic science fiction novels and short stories, complete with original illustrations.  Here’s one of the true early classics of science fiction, penned by noted sci-fi author John W. Campbell, called “Invaders from the Infinite.” The famous scientific trio of Arcot, Wade and Morey, are challenged by the most ruthless aliens in all the universes...


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Sci Fi INVISIBLE MAN, THE INVISIBLE MAN, THE

(1983) Pip Donaghy, David Gwillim, Lila Kaye, Ron Pember, Merelina Kendall.  This six-part, two-disc mini-series is a vivid retelling of the classic H. G. Wells story and probably comes the closest to the Wells original than any other screen version.  Donaghy is superb as Griffin, the man destined to go mad because of his own fantastic discovery...


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Action Adventure Thrillers IRON ANGEL IRON ANGEL

(1964) Jim Davis, Don 'Red' Barry, Margo Woode, R. Wayland Williams, Tris Coffin.  An inexperienced army lieutenant grabs five volunteers for a dangerous mission from which they may not return.  Their task is simple:  take out the North Korean mortar position that's been pounding U.S. supply convoys and preventing them from reaching the troops at the front line...


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Horror JONATHAN JONATHAN

(1969) Jürgen Jung, Paul Albert Krumm, Hans-Dieter Jendreyko, Ilona Grübel, Hertha von Walther.  Revising history, this film portrays a 19th century landscape where vampires have taken over the world.  Even worse, these vampires are immune to the rays of the sun and have become a twisted form of aristocracy.  But a brave group of humans plan a daring revolt...


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Sci Fi JOURNEY TO THE MOON JOURNEY TO THE MOON

(1959) Rushdi Abazah, Edmond Tuima. What you’ve got here is all you’d expect in a B&W ‘50s sci-fi film, similar to Missile to the Moon.  You’ve got a scientist who’s built a moon rocket.  He shoots off toward the moon with two stowaways.  There's a big spaceship and a cool robot.  They land on the moon and find a strange race of beautiful women.  After many horrifying and dangerous situations, they launch back toward Earth...


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Jungle KARZAN AND HIS MATE—Widescreen Edition KARZAN AND HIS MATE—Widescreen Edition

(1972) Johnny Kissmuller Jr., Simone Blondel, Roger Brown, Ettore Manni, Gerardo Rossi.  Film footage shot in the jungle reveals a white jungle man, flying through the air from tree to tree.  An expedition, financed by Lord Carter and led by Captain Fox, set out to find and capture this jungle-man who lives somewhere in the wilds of Africa...


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Horror KILLER RESERVED NINE SEATS, THE—Widescreen Edition KILLER RESERVED NINE SEATS, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1974) Rosanna Schiaffino, Chris Avram, Eva Czemerys, Lucretia Love.  In this chilling Giallo (similar in some ways to Christie’s Ten Little Indians) a millionaire invites a group of people to a creepy, abandoned theater.  It turns out the theater is the site where an entire family was slain long ago.  Within a short time, the guests realize that they are trapped and at the mercy of a bloodthirsty killer who begins...


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Horror KOGA NINJA, THE—Widescreen Edition KOGA NINJA, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1957, aka Ninjutsu Gozen-Jiai) Koji Arima, Sentarô Fushimi, Masao Hori. This supernatural thriller is about two feuding clans in ancient Japan.  Complicating things is a child who is taken hostage by one of the families.  In the film’s exciting climax, both families are represented by their top Ninja warriors.  The Ninja’s have a wide variety of uncanny powers, including invisibility and teleportation.  Also on hand are numerous horrific creatures...


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Mystery LINE-UP, THE LINE-UP, THE

(1929) William Black, Viola Richard, directed by Charles L. Glett.  Don’t bother looking, you won’t find this incredibly rare American-made crime featurette in any of the major film research books or websites.  It’s a little creaky but interesting—especially from a film history perspective.  PLUS:  BOTHERED BY A BEARD (1945) Tod Slaughter, Jerry Verno, John Salew.  Todd does a short reprisal of his Sweeny Todd character...


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Armchair Fiction LOCAL TALENT LOCAL TALENT

Armchair Fiction presents a new line of “Scandalous Classics,” featuring the works of Florence Stonebraker (1896-1977). LOCAL TALENT is another surprisingly well-written Stonebraker tale, who was known as the queen of 1950s “naughty novels.”  There’s nothing sexually hardcore in this steamy story, but there are plenty of moments of unbridled lust, passionate men and women, contemptible behavior, carnal excess, murder, mayhem, and brazen debauchery!  “Local Talent” is the story of Carrie Stevens, who loved being bad, and was truly rotten to the core...


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Horror LOKIS, THE MANUSCRIPT OF PROFESSOR WITTEMBACH (WIDESCREEN EDITION) LOKIS, THE MANUSCRIPT OF PROFESSOR WITTEMBACH (WIDESCREEN EDITION)

(1970, WIDESCREEN EDITION) Józef Duriasz, Edmund Fetting, Gustaw Lutkiewicz.  A pastor/professor comes to a remote estate in the forlorn mountains of 19th Century Lithuania to study books on folklore and other ancient tomes.  The estate is owned by a mysterious young duke and his insane mother, the latter of whom was attacked by a wild bear nine months before the duke was born.  There are whispered rumors about the duke’s true bloodline...  


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Sci Fi LOST CONTINENT, THE LOST CONTINENT, THE

(1951) Cesar Romero, John Hoyt, Hugh Beaumont, Hillary Brooke, Whit Bissell, Acquanetta. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL, FACTORY SEALED Timeless Video VHS pre-record and our quantity is limited.  An atomic powered rocket disappears over the south Pacific. An expedition to recover it lands on an unknown jungle island filled with bloodthirsty...


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Jungle LUANA, THE GIRL TARZAN LUANA, THE GIRL TARZAN

(1968) Mei Chen Chalais, Glenn Saxson, Evi Marandi.  Saxson Is a tough adventurer who is hired by beautiful woman to search for her missing father’s plane, which crashed in the jungle years before.  There’s a group of thugs who seem hellbent to stop them for reasons unknown.  In the most menacing part of the jungle, they discover they're being watched by a beautiful young maiden who swings about the jungle in a nearly naked state...


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Horror MACHINE THAT KILLS BAD PEOPLE, THE MACHINE THAT KILLS BAD PEOPLE, THE

(1952) Gennaro Pisano, Marilyn Buferd, William Tubbs, Giovanni Amato, Helen Tubbs.  A devil comes to Earth and bestows upon a photographer's camera the power to destroy any and all evildoers.  The photographer uses this “machine” selectively at first, but the more he uses it the more evil seems to pour out of people until at last he decides to destroy almost everyone in his village... 


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Sci Fi MIGHTY JACK MIGHTY JACK

(1968) Hideaki Nitani, Naoko Kubo.  One of the worst movies ever.  Indeed, at a whopping 1.6, Mighty Jack has the lowest IMDB rating we’ve ever seen. Yet in spite of the bad film hoopla, this movie is filled with mindless fun.  It’s got tons of late ‘60s Toho-style special effects with many minatures of flying submarines, rockets, ray guns, etc. The plot has Mighty Jack (a counter-espionage team) fighting to save Earth from “Q,” an organization hellbent on world domination...


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Sci Fi MR. SUPERINVISIBLE MR. SUPERINVISIBLE

(1970) Dean Jones, Philippe Leroy, Gastone Moschin, Rafael Alonso.  Jones is a professor working on a cure for the common cold.  He also happens into a mysterious Indian potion that makes one invisible, which he has occasion to use.  When a gang of crooks find out about Jones' invisibility serum, naturally they come after him.   Will Jones discover his antidote, beat the crooks, and get the girl? 


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Mystery MURDER CAN BE DEADLY MURDER CAN BE DEADLY

(1962) Liz Fraser, Kenneth Griffith, Peter Reynolds, Tony Wickert, David Hemmings. Two small-time blackmail artists (a man and woman) run afoul of a brutal gangster, who  stabs the man to death in his apartment as a warning for others to stay clear of his territory.  But when the woman shows up with an intended victim (a drunken student), the body is discovered and the student, in a drunken stupor, agrees to dispose of it...


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Armchair Fiction MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT STYLES & THE SECRET ADVERSARY MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR AT STYLES & THE SECRET ADVERSARY

Armchair Fiction presents Mammoth Mystery Double Classics—featuring illustrated editions of two all-time mystery-crime standards, with 440 pages or more of whodunit thrills. This double novel features two classics by the queen of murder mysteries, Agatha Christie. The first tale is a Hercule Poirot thriller, “The Mysterious Affair at Styles.” Our second Christie tale is another great one, “The Secret Adversary.”


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Mystery MYSTERIOUS MR. DAVIS MYSTERIOUS MR. DAVIS

(1939) Henry Kendall, Kathleen Kelly, Richard Gofe, Alastair Sim, Guy Middleton.  Kendall plays a down and out, unemployed family man who’s behind on his rent and has his gas cut off by his landlord.  Desperate to make ends meet, he comes up with an incredible ruse.  He creates a non-existant alter-ego, “Mr. Davis,” and begins an elaborate con-game that becomes wildly successful...


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Mystery NEVER TOO LATE NEVER TOO LATE

(1935, Reliable) Richard Talmadge, Thelma White, Robert Frazer, Mildred Harris, Robert Walker, George Chesebro.  A wild Talmadge action film involving a stolen necklace and a gang of ruthless jewel thieves.  Watch for the rooftop race with the crooks at the film’s harrowing climax...


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Mystery OGRE OF ATHENS, THE OGRE OF ATHENS, THE

(1956) Dinos Iliopoulos, Margarita Papageorgiou, Marika Lekaki, Giannis Argyris.  This is a brilliant piece of Greek filmmaking, filled with wonderful performances and perfectly written pieces of dialogue.  A peaceful, frightened little man is mistakenly identified as "the dragon", a notorious criminal at large and known womanizer. He somewhat reluctantly rules the local underworld until...


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Mystery OUT OF THE SHADOW OUT OF THE SHADOW

(1961) Terrance Longdon, Donald Gray, Dermot Walsh, Diana Clare, Felicity Young.  When a reporter’s brother falls to his death from a Cambridge college window, he makes his way from the United States back to England to find out exactly what happened.  Was it suicide?  The reporter thinks not and sets out to not only prove it was murder, but to bring the killer to justice...


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Horror PHANTOM WAGON, THE PHANTOM WAGON, THE

(1939) Pierre Fresnay, Marie Bell, Micheline Francey, Louis Jovet, Jean Mercanton, Robert Le Vigan.  The spirits of those who die at the stroke of midnight on New Year’s Eve are condemned to drive the “Death Cart” for an entire year.  This horse-drawn cart is what takes human souls to meet their maker, and the cart’s creaky sound is heard by those who are about to die...


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Sci Fi PHENOMENAL AND THE TREASURE OF TUTANKAMEN PHENOMENAL AND THE TREASURE OF TUTANKAMEN

(1968) Mauro Parenti, Lucretia Love, Gordon Mitchell, John Karlsen.   The title character is a masked superhero very much in the mold as Diabolik.  There’s a great pre-credit sequence where he takes on a shipload of drug dealers.  Our hero then pops in and out the rest of the way as he searches for a magical golden relic, all the while trying to keep the bad guys from looting King Tut’s treasures...  


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Mystery PIT OF DARKNESS PIT OF DARKNESS

(1961) William Franklyn, Moira Redmond, Bruno Barnabe, Leonard Sachs, Nigel Green.  Near an old, derserted bombsite, a young child discovers a man lying unconscious.  When the boy awakens him, the man discovers he can’t remember anything from the past three weeks!  Adding to all the mystery, he finds out that his wife’s private detective has been murdered and that his company’s safe has been opened and emptied...


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Action Adventure Thrillers RED PLUME, THE RED PLUME, THE

(1952) Mesiha Yelda, Turan Seyfioglu, Cahit Irgat.  This epic Turkish action thriller starts off with the main hero (Seyfioglu) meeting up with  Genghis Khan, whom he helps in his battle against an adversarial warlord.   The Khan is grateful for this (he saves the Khan’s life) and wants Seyfioglu’s allegiance, offering him a spot as one of his top lieutenants.  But Seyfioglu refuses and wanders through a series of swashbuckling adventures...


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Armchair Fiction RENO TRAMP RENO TRAMP

Armchair Fiction presents a new line of “Scandalous Classics,” featuring the works of Florence Stonebraker.  RENO TRAMP is another expertly woven tale of overt lust, hardboiled action, dastardly deeds, blatant sexual promiscuity, and outright sin!  However, if you’re looking for XXX-rated literature, you have the wrong book.  But if you’re looking for a surprisingly well-written story chock full of prurient, erotically charged moments about dazzling, wanton women and brutishly mis-guided men, then you need go no further...


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Exploitation ROOM 43 ROOM 43

ROOM 43 (1958) Diana Dors, Eddie Constantine, Herbert Lom.  Dors plays a shady lady trying to scam enough cash to pay for plastic surgery for her sister, who had acid thrown in her face by her pimp!  Eddie’s a cab driver who tries to help them out of their jam, falling for Dors during the process.  This film is loaded with sleazy, seductive dialogue with moments of action thrown in for good measure...


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Jungle SABAKA SABAKA

(1955, aka THE HINDU) Boris Karloff, Victor Jory, Reginald Denny, Nino Marcel, June Foray, Lou Krugman, Peter Coe.  A lavish color adventure about a man who becomes involved with a strange cult that worships a weird fire demon.  In India, a young elephant trainer vows revenge against the cult that killed his family and, when the local Maharajah refuses to help, sets out alone to battle his enemy...


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Horror SATAN'S TRIANGLE SATAN'S TRIANGLE

(1975) Kim Novak, Doug McClure, Alejandro Rey, Jim Davis.  McClure and his Coast Guard helicopter pal come upon a shipwreck in an area known as “the Devil’s Triangle.”  When McClure is lowered to the ship he finds dead bodies all over the place.  The only survivor is a beautiful blonde (Kim Novak), who’s in a confused state of mind.  Little does McClure suspect that the evil power that caused all the deaths will soon return... 


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Mystery SCOTLAND YARD COMMANDS SCOTLAND YARD COMMANDS

(1936) Clive Brook, Victoria Hopper, Malcom Keen, Nora Swinburne.  Brook plays a drunken socialite who crashes his car on a lonely coastal spot where a smuggling operation is underway.  The smugglers don’t take kindly to being to discovered and beat the daylights out of him.  Later on he stumbles into a relationship with a girl who happens to be the brother of one of the smugglers...


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Sci Fi SEA SERPENT, THE—WIDESCREEN EDITION SEA SERPENT, THE—WIDESCREEN EDITION

(1984, aka HYDRA, THE SEA SERPENT) Ray Milland, Timothy Bottoms, Taryn Power, Jared Martin, Gerard Tichy, Leon Klimovsky, Jack Taylor.  A wonderful big-monster schlockfest!  In what was his last real movie, Milland plays a scientist investigating reports of a sea monster that has been ravaging the Spanish coast...


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Sci Fi SECRET BENEATH THE SEA SECRET BENEATH THE SEA

(1963) Gerald Flood, Peter Williams, Stewart Guidotti, Denis Goacher, Richard Coleman, Delena Kidd.  A sequel to the earlier sci-fi mini-series “City Beneath the Sea,” again taking place in the undersea city of Aegira.  A journalist goes to the ocean floor to look for a rare metal known as “Phenicium,” which—as it turns out—is pretty vital for outer space research...


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Exploitation SECRETS OF A MODEL SECRETS OF A MODEL

(1940) Cheryl Walker, Harold Daniels, Julian Madison, Phyllis Barry, Bobby Watson.  One of the better exploitation films of the late 1930s and early 1940s.  It shows what happens to young gals short on cash.  A young girl needs money for her dying mom and ends up as a “model” for a sculpture called, “Spirit of Youth.”  Later she gets smashed and let’s a sleazy playboy have his way with her... 


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Armchair Fiction SHE TRIED TO BE GOOD SHE TRIED TO BE GOOD

Armchair Fiction presents a new line of “Scandalous Classics,” featuring the works of Florence Stonebraker.  SHE TRIED TO BE GOOD is an unforgettable tale of unmitigated greed, wanton lust, brutal action, and downright sin!  If you’re looking for pornographic literature, you’ve got the wrong book.  There isn’t even a single four-letter word in its pages.  However, if you’re looking for a well-written tale (surprisingly well-written) filled with salacious, sexually charged moments about gorgeous, wayward girls and big, brawny mis-guided men, you’ve come to the right place... 


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Mystery SHIP OF THE DEAD SHIP OF THE DEAD

(1959) Horst Buckholz, Mario Adorf, Helmut Schmid, Alf Marholm.  Buckholz gives the performance of his life as a human castoff, in international limbo, because of the loss of his passport.  He is conned into taking a job on a tramp steamer filled with misfits, smugglers, and murderers.  Soon after realizing his plight, he and his pal discover the ship’s cargo isn’t exactly what it’s purported to be...  


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Horror SILENT HOUSE, THE SILENT HOUSE, THE

(1929) Mabel Poulton, Gibb McLaughlin, Arthur Pusey, Gerald Rawlinson. This forgotten British old dark house thriller would have been a perfect fit for one of the Forgotten Horrors books.  The setting is a creepy mansion filled with secret passageways, trap doors, snake pits, sliding floors, and secret rooms...


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Horror SINISTER EYES OF DR. ORLOFF, THE SINISTER EYES OF DR. ORLOFF, THE

(1973) William Berger, Montserrat Prous, Edmund Purdom, Loreta Tovar, Directed by Jesus Franco.  This is one of Franco’s Dr. Orloff series and it’s odd not to see Howard Vernon running about.  The plot involves a wheelchair-bound young woman who’s surrounded by horrific thrills and chills...


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Exploitation SLAVE TRADE IN THE WORLD TODAY SLAVE TRADE IN THE WORLD TODAY

(1964) Robert Lamoureux, Robin Maugham, Allen Swift.  This is a “Mondo” type of film that chronicles modern day slave trade during the 1960s.  It’s centered mainly in Arabian and African countries that were under heavy Muslim rule. Much of the filming was done in public places using hidden cameras and crewmembers.  There are numerous scenes of violence, nudity, and even sex...


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Horror SLEEP OF DEATH SLEEP OF DEATH

(1980) Patrick Magee, Per Oscarsson, Brendan Price, Marilù Tolo, Curt Jurgens.  This dark, scary tale is set in 1815 as a young Brit tours Europe seeking to win a fortune at the roulette tables.  However, his attention soon shifts to a beautiful French countess, who invites him to her castle.  Romance grows in his heart for her.  But when people start dying horrifically, the young Brit realizes he has fallen into a terrifyingly situation... 


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Horror SPECIAL OFFER SPECIAL OFFER

(1976) Pauline Quirke, Geoffrey Bateman, Wensley Pithey, Ruth Goring, Shirley Cheriton.  Quirke is brilliant in her portrayal of a pitiful, frumpy, inhibited teenage checkout girl at a small supermarket.  She has a crush on her manager who despises her and lusts for another female employee.  Then strange things begin happening.  It begins with a can rolling across the market floor, seemingly under its own power...  


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Jungle TARZAN IN ISTANBUL TARZAN IN ISTANBUL

(1952) Tamer Balci, Hayri Esen, Necla Aygül, Cemil Demirel, Ismail Kara.  A must for bad movie lovers.  This is the first Turkish Tarzan movie. There’s no use being polite just because it was made in a country whose film industry “struggled”—this is a pretty horrible movie.  Awful acting, awful everything.  It’s likely this movie would make Burroughs roll over in his grave...


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Horror TENDER DRACULA TENDER DRACULA

(1974) Peter Cushing, Alida Valli, Bernard Menez.   Cushing plays an actor who is famous for playing Dracula, but no longer wants to do horror.  Instead he wants to do romance, so his producer sends two screenwriters to his castle to convince him otherwise.  What follows are surrealistic moments of horror and off-beat comedy.  It’s a bit jarring to see Cushing in full Dracula regalia, complete with fangs...


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Sci Fi THE STARLOST: DECEPTION THE STARLOST: DECEPTION

(1973) Keir Dullea, William Osler, Gay Rowan, Robin Ward, Ed Ames.  Dullea leads a trio of space adventurers who are on a desperate mission to save Earthship Ark—a massive spaceship that houses the remnants of mankind.  Unknown to most people in the Ark’s biospheres, the ship is on a collision course with a distant star...


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Horror THE TELL TALE HEART aka BUCKET OF BLOOD THE TELL TALE HEART aka BUCKET OF BLOOD

(1934) Norman Dryden, John Kelt, Yolande Terrell, Thomas Shenton, James Fleck.  This British obscurity has been a much sought-after horror film by fans for decades.  It offers a fairly engaging rendition of the classic Poe story.  This film was released stateside as Bucket of Blood...


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Sci Fi THEY STOLE THE BOMB THEY STOLE THE BOMB

(1961) Eugenia Balaure, Haralambie Boros, Emil Botta, Florin Piersic.  This is perhaps the most surrealistic, offbeat sci-fi film ever made.  It starts with a man accidentally walking into a nuclear test area.  He is apprehended by a squad of men dressed like spacemen, all of whom are holding big ray guns.  He is soon released, but later finds himself the recipient of a fantastic, futuristic suitcase nuclear bomb...


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Armchair Fiction THREE MEN AND A MISTRESS THREE MEN AND A MISTRESS

Armchair Fiction presents a new line of “Scandalous Classics,” featuring the works of Florence Stonebraker.  THREE MEN AND A MISTRESS is another finely tuned tale of overt lust, hardboiled action, dastardly deeds, blatant sexual promiscuity, and outright sin!  If you’re looking for a surprisingly well-written story chock full of prurient, erotically charged moments about dazzling, wanton women and brutishly mis-guided men, then you need go no further.  You see, Florence Stonebraker (1896-1977) was the true queen of the “Naughty Novels” of the 1950s and 1960s...


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Sci Fi TIME SLIP, Widescreen Edition TIME SLIP, Widescreen Edition

(1977) Sonny Chiba, Jun Etô.  A squadron of Japanese Self-Defense Force soldiers find themselves transported through time to their country's warring states era, when rival samurai clans were battling to become the supreme Shogun. The squad leader, Lt. Iba, sees this as the perfect opportunity to realize his dream of becoming the ruler of Japan...


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Horror TORTURE CHAMBER OF BARON BLOOD, THE TORTURE CHAMBER OF BARON BLOOD, THE

(1972 aka BARON BLOOD) Joseph Cotten, Elke Sommer, Antonio Cantafora. THIS IS AN ORIGINAL, FACTORY SEALED HBO VHS pre-record featuring the British edition of this film and our quantity is limited.  Baron Blood gorges himself on grisly torture in his archaic dungeon. Elke and Antonio are a young couple imperiled by his...


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Sword and Sandal TRIUMPH OF MACISTE, THE—Widescreen Edition TRIUMPH OF MACISTE, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1961) Kirk Morris, Cathia Caro, Ljubica Otasevic, Cesare Fantoni.  Sword and sandal movies are kind of like B-westerns, there were a gazillion of them made, all using the same half dozen scripts.  In this one, an evil queen suppresses her subjects and steals young virgins to be sacrificed to an evil god of a volcano.  Naturally, Maciste intercedes.  However, he soon falls under the magic spell of the queen, who lusts for his finely chiseled body... 


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Armchair Fiction VOICE FROM THE VOID & THE MIDDLE TEMPLE MURDER VOICE FROM THE VOID & THE MIDDLE TEMPLE MURDER

Armchair Fiction presents Mammoth Mystery Double Classics—featuring illustrated editions of two all-time mystery-crime standards, with 430 pages or more of whodunit thrills. Famed mystery writer William Le Queux’s “The Voice from the Void” is our first tale of mystery and murder. There was a dead body in the woods! Our second novel is another classic thriller, J. S. Fletcher’s “The Middle Temple Murder.” There had been a strange death in merry old London...


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