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Current Sales $98 Special Sale $98 Special Sale

THE $98 SPECIALBack Through August 2024!  Now through Wednesday, August 28th of 2024, grab ANY TWELVE (12) TITLES FOR ONLY 98 DOLLARS POSTPAID.  Simply add this to your cart and take advantage of this great special—our most popular sale ever...


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Comic Books ...SINISTER CINEMA'S CLASSIC COMIC BOOK COLLECTION ...SINISTER CINEMA'S CLASSIC COMIC BOOK COLLECTION

CLICK HERE to find out more about Sinister Cinema's ENORMOUS Comic Book Collection.  Sinister Cinema owner Greg Luce has decided to sell his entire collection, spanning back more than 60 years...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #232 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #232

SCREAM OF THE BUTTERFLY (1965, Anamorphic) Nélida Lobato, Nick Novarro, Richard Beebe, Robert Miller, John Richards. An excellent example of the kind of gritty, sleazy, exploitation-crime films that poured out of the 1960s... THE DEFILERS (1965, Anamorphic) Byron Mabe, Jerome Eden, Mai Jansson.  This seedy, grungy David Friedman film is about a couple of hoodlums who kidnap a young girl...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #233 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #233

MANOS, THE HANDS OF FATE (1966) Tom Neyman, John Reynolds, Diane Adelson, Hal Warren.  This film is worshipped by bad film lovers everywhere. A family on vacation stops at a creepy house for directions... BLOOD THIRST (1965, Anamorphic Edition) Robert Winston, Yvonne Nielson, Vic Silayan, Vic Diaz. Winston is a special U.S. agent who comes to Manila to help a homicide detective solve a series of grotesque murders...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #234 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #234

THE FABULOUS WORLD OF JULES VERNE (1958) Lubor Tokos, Hugh Downs, Arnost Navrátil, Miroslav Holub, Frantisek Slégr.  The evil Count Artigas kidnaps a scientist and his assistant... WHAT A WHOPPER (1958, Anamorphic) Adam Faith, Sidney James, Carole Lesley.  This is a cool adventure-comedy with a nice touch of sci-fi at the film’s climax.  A struggling writer thinks he’s hit the jackpot when...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #235 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #235

THE HOUSE THAT SCREAMED (1969, Anamorphic) Lilli Palmer, John Moulder-Brown, Cristina Galbo, Mary Maude. This creepy Euro-thriller is centered in a French boarding school for wayward young women. Palmer is the over-the-top head mistress who runs the joint... THE WITCHMAKER (1969 Anamorphic) Anthony Eisley, Thordis Brandt, Alvy Moore, Shelby Grant. Moore takes a research group deep into a misty southern bayou to probe suspected paranormal events.  The area is rife with witchcraft murders...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #236 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #236

STRANGLER OF BLACKMOOR CASTLE (1963, Anamorphic Widescreen) Karin Dor, Harry Riebauer, Rudolf Fernau, Hans Neilsen, Dieter Eppler, Walter Giller.  A hooded maniac is on the loose and murdering numerous innocent and not-so-innocent people inside a gloomy, dark, dank, creepy old English castle... THE RACETRACK MURDERS (1964, Anamorphic) Hansjorg Felmy, Ann Smyrner, Hans Nielson, Walter Rilla, Wolfgang Lukschy, Heinz Engelmann, Helmut Lohner. Mystery at the track! A well-known thoroughbred is slain in a mysterious manner...


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DVD .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #237 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #237

GOLIATH AND THE SINS OF BABYLON (1963, Anamorphic Widescreen) Mark Forest, José Greci, Giuliano Gemma, Erno Crisa, Paul Muller. Our hero helps a small kingdom (that is forced to make a yearly tribute of 30 young virgins to the Kingdom of Babylon) fight for its freedom... HERCULES AGAINST THE MONGOLS (1964, Anamorphic) Mark Forest, Jose Greci, Ken Clark, Grazia Maria Spina. In this loose follow-up to Hercules against the Barbarians, Forest finds himself in the fight of his life against the three sons of Genghis Khan.


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #238 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #238

CHALLENGE THE DEVIL (1963, Anamorphic) Christopher Lee, George Ardisson, Bella Cortez, Lilli Parker.  Most this is flashback.  Six unruly kids break into a remote castle looking for kicks.  The castle’s owner, an odd white-haired man (Lee), asks them to find a missing girl hiding in the castle... THE CURSED MANSION (1963, Anamorphic Widescreen) Annie Alberti, Adriano Micantoni, Marco Mariani, Flora Carosello, Antonio Boccaci.  This is a good old monster in a castle tale.  A couple of young babes wander into a supposedly haunted castle... 


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #239 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #239

SEVEN GOLDEN MEN (1965, Anamorphic) Philippe Leroy, Rossana Podesta, Gastone Moschin, Maurice Poli, Gabrieli Tinti. One of the best intrigue/caper movies ever! Delightful is the perfect word to describe this film that is full of sci-fi gimmicks, plot twists, slick and not-so-slick criminals... 002—OPERATION MOON (1965, Anamorphic Widescreen) Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Mónica Randall.  Franco and Ciccio (the Martin and Lewis of Italy) are actually pretty funny.  They have a certain shtick that works. The boys are sent into space to imitate a pair of lost Soviet spacemen...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #240 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #240

THE HORRIBLE SEXY VAMPIRE (1971, Anamorphic) Wal Davis, Barta Barri, Anastasio Campoy, Susan Carvasal.  In spite of its lurid title, this is a pretty good movie, similar in some ways to The Night Stalker and The Night Strangler.  A horrible series of killings, committed over a period of seven days... CARNIVAL OF BLOOD (1970, Anamorphic) Earle Edgerton, Judith Resnick, Martin Barolsky, Burt Young, Kaly Mills. A real guilty pleasure—a film so crappy that it’s very enjoyable; and it’s just filled with ‘70s drive-in schlock. There’s a psycho-killer roaming the midway at Coney Island...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #241 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #241

HUNCHBACK OF THE MORGUE (1973, Anamorphic) Paul Naschy, Rosanna Yanni, Alberto Dalbes, Maria Perschy.  Paul’s a ghastly hunchback with low intelligence. His only pal, a young lady, dies!  When a couple of guys dump her corpse into an acid vat, Paul goes nuts... HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB (1973, Anamorphic) Paul Naschy, Vic Winner, Emma Cohen, Helga Line. In Medieval France, a warlock has his head cut off. His wife is tortured and slain.  But...voila!  Paul's spirit returns to modern times...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #45 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #45

HIGH SCHOOL CAESAR (1960, Anamorphic Widescreen) John Ashley, Lowell Brown, Judy Nugent, Steve Stevens, Gary Vinson, Daria Massey. Ashley plays Matt Stevens, a rich teenager who, because of his wealth, found himself shunned at school.  So he sets up a high school protection racket that leads to all kinds of fun problems for school officials... DATE BAIT (1960, Anamorphic Widescreen) Gary Clarke, Marlo Ryan. Boy meets girl. Love, lust, and trouble follow. Two teenagers are determined to marry, but find themselves at odds with a jealous teenage thug, as well as their parents. What'll they do?...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #59 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #59

THE TERROR OF DR. HICHCOCK (1962) Barbara Steele, Robert Flemyng, Montgomery Glenn.  This is one of the best Italian horror films of the ‘60's. Wonderfully atmospheric with a great music score.  Barbara's the wife of a demented physician who’s haunted by the spectre of his first wife... THE AWFUL DR. ORLOFF (1962) Howard Vernon, Conrado San Martin, Perla Cristal, Diana Lorys. Considered by many to be director Jesse Franco's best film. A mad doctor stalks the foggy back-streets in search of young girls whom he kidnaps and murders...


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Drive in Double Features .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #97 .DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #97

SAMSON AND THE 7 MIRACLES OF THE WORLD (1961) Gordon Scott, Yoko Tani. Considered by many to be one of the great sword and sandal pictures of the 1960s. Samson fights against a murdering horde of Tartar warriors while trying to save the life of a beautiful Chinese princess... VULCAN, SON OF JUPITER (1962, Anamorphic) Rod "Flash" Ilush, Bella Cortez, Liliana Zagra, Roger Browne, Gordon Mitchell.  Another beautiful upgrade of one of our most popular S&S titles.  There are lots of horror and fantasy elements here—Ancient gods, lizard-like monsters, and strange underground creatures...


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Drive in Double Features .WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #10 .WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #10

GIRL ON THE RUN (1953) Richard Coogan, Rosemary Pettit, Frank Albertson, Charles Bolender, Harry Bannister, Renee De Milo, Edith King, Steve McQueen.  This sordid film-noir exploitation oddity is centered around a trashy burlesque carnival, which of course means lots of skimpily-dressed buxom beauties... THE SCARLET WEB (1954) Hazel Court, Griffith Jones, Zena Marshall, Robert Percival.  What a great surprise this nifty (nifty is the word) British murder mystery turned out to be.  Insurance investigator Griffin Jones is duped by a gorgeous blonde and framed for murder...


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Drive in Double Features .WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #9 .WALK-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #9

BEES IN PARADISE (1944) Arthur Askey, Anne Shelton, Peter Graves, Ronald Shiner, Jean Kent, Antoinette Cellier. This may be the only Lost World-Lost Race musical comedy ever made.  It’s amazing this film has escaped the eye of sci-fi and fantasy historians, because in spite of its comedy and musical themes, there’s no doubt of the film’s fantastic cinema elements... TIME FLIES (1944) Evelyn Dall, Tommy Handley, George Moon, Felix Aylmer. This is a marvelous sci-fi comedy about a quirky professor who’s invented a combo spaceship/time machine....


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Mystery “M” Special English Language 2-Disc Edition “M” Special English Language 2-Disc Edition

(1931) Peter Lorre, Ellen Widmann, Inge Landgut, Theodor Loos, Otto Wernicke.  This great two-disc set features the rare English-language UK edition, which includes additional footage actually shot in the UK and added to the film.  And yes…Lorre did dub his own voice for the English version.  Also included in this two-disc set is the original German language edition with brand new English subtitles...


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Sci Fi 2+5: MISSION HYDRA —Anamorphic Widescreen 2+5: MISSION HYDRA —Anamorphic Widescreen

 (1966, Anamorphic Widescreen) Leonora Ruffo, Mario Novelli, Roland Lesaffre, Kirk Morris, Gordon Mitchell. A beautiful upgrade from our previous master and much, much better than the 1:33 versions that are around.  Aliens from the planet Hydra land on Earth and kidnap a group of humans...


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Sci Fi 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA

(1916) Allen Holubar, Dan Hanlon, Matt Moore, Edna Pendleton, Curtis Benton.  NEW MUSIC SCORE! This, the first filmed version of the Verne classic, portrays Captain Nemo as an opium-smoking, ousted Indian (India) prince.  His goal, outside of sinking many ships, is very personal...


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Action-Adventure-Drama 7TH HEAVEN 7TH HEAVEN

(1927) Janet Gaynor, Charles Farrell, Albert Gran, David Butler.   One of the truly great silent films. Farrell, as Chico, is a Paris sewer worker who falls in with Diane (Gaynor), a prostitute in reputation only, but still a target of the French police.  Chico saves her...


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Armchair Fiction A LIKENESS TO VOICES & SON OF DEATH, THE A LIKENESS TO VOICES & SON OF DEATH, THE

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction and fantasy double novels with original illustrations.  The leadoff novel is a fantasy masterpiece that has a touch of horror thrown in for good measure: “A likeness to Voices” by Mary Savage, who was the widow of mystery writer Brett Halliday.  Was it marital bliss—or black magic?  The second novel is by veteran science fiction author, Robert Moore Williams, who spins a wild sci-fi tale with “The Son of Death.” He was hunted by a relentless enemy...


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Exploitation ADVENTURES OF JANE, THE ADVENTURES OF JANE, THE

(1949) Christabel Leighton-Porter, Stanelli, Michael Hogarth, Ian Colin, Peter Butterworth.  This film is based on “Jane,” a popular comic strip in WWII Britain about the lewd misadventures of a sexy young blonde.  Leighton-Porter, in the title role, plays a burlesque dancer who unknowingly transports a stolen diamond for some conniving jewel thieves...


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Armchair Fiction AGE-OLD KINGDOM, THE AGE-OLD KINGDOM, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Age-Old Kingdom” by Captain A. E. “Sinbad” Dingle is the 56th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Secret civilizations, jungle cruises, rescue attempts, and fierce battles…none of these were on Burton Kedgwick’s to-do list when he agreed to be Professor Marriott’s ship captain...


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Mystery ALONE IN THE NIGHT ALONE IN THE NIGHT

(1945) Bernard Blier, Sophie Desmarets, Jacques Pills, Jean Davy, Louis Salou, Ginette Baudin.  This isn’t a good movie, it’s a great movie—one of the best mysteries we’ve released in a long, long time. Blier is the rookie detective assigned to the murder-by-strangling cases of two young women.  The only clue he has is that the killer is always heard softly singing a current hit tune before he strikes...


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Sci Fi ANDROMEDA NEBULA —Anamorphic Widescreen ANDROMEDA NEBULA —Anamorphic Widescreen

(1967, Anamorphic Widescreen) Vija Artmane, Sergey Stolyarov, Nikolai Kryukov, Tatyana Voloshina, Lado Tskhvariashvili.  We’re offering this Russian classic with subtitles that finally make sense.  A spaceship is pulled into orbit around a dark “iron star,” whose gravitational pull is so great that the ship won’t have enough fuel to break free from its grip.  Instead, they land on a nearby planet where they find...


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Armchair Fiction ANGEL FROM HELL & WANDERING EGOS, THE ANGEL FROM HELL & WANDERING EGOS, THE

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations.  The opening novel is renowned science fiction author Jack Williamson’s “The Angel from Hell.”  Was she an angel or a she-devil with wings?  The second novel is  Emmett McDowell’s “The Wandering Egos.”  This is a fascinating science fiction tale about the deepest core of the human brain...


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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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Horror BEAST THAT KILLED WOMEN, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition BEAST THAT KILLED WOMEN, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1965. Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Juliet Anderson, Judy Adler, Janet Banzet, Byron Mabe, Barry Mahon.  We won’t lie…this film isn’t exactly high art; but it’s so unbelievably bad that grade-Z movie fans with love it.  Panic and fear strike the hearts of the terrorized sun-kissed nudist girls...


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Armchair Fiction BLACK PRIESTESS OF VARDA & BARTON'S ISLAND BLACK PRIESTESS OF VARDA & BARTON'S ISLAND

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels.  The first novel is a “can’t-put-it-down” gem by Erik Fennel, “Black Priestess of Varda.”  The second novel is “Barton’s Island” by sci-fi vet, Harl Vincent.  Could his scientific revolution succeed?  Jerome Carter had everything he could ever want—and more money and power than any one man should be allowed...


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Horror BLOOD ROSE, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen BLOOD ROSE, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1970, Anamorphic Widescreen) Philippe Lemaire, Anny Duperey, Olivia Robin, Elizabeth Teissier. Lemaire plays a famed artist who lives in a crumbling old castle.  In a confrontation with one of his past girlfriends, his beautiful young wife is burned almost beyond recognition.  Now a horribly scarred monstrosity, she begs him for a new face...


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Horror BLOODY PLEASURE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition BLOODY PLEASURE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1965, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Alberto Candeau, Eduardo Muñoz, Ricardo Bauleo, Gloria Pratt.  A masked maniac prowls the beaches of Argentina.  He captures beautiful girls, takes them back to his lair, and injects them with dope. This is when things get very weird...


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Sci Fi BRAIN MACHINE, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen BRAIN MACHINE, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1972, Anamorphic Widescreen) James Best, Barbara Burgess, Gil Peterson, Gerald McRaney.  At a secret government research facility, some weird experiments are happening.  But, unknown to the scientists, there’s a plot afoot...


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Horror BUDDYBOY BUDDYBOY

(1976) Martin Shaw, Pamela Moiseiwitsch, Wolfe Morris, Stuart McGugan.  A striptease club owner looks into buying a dilapidated old dolphinarium, called “Finnyland.”  Its owner seems to be in a hurry to sell; he seems to be scared of something in the old building...


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Exploitation C. B. HUSTLERS—Anamorphic Widescreen C. B. HUSTLERS—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1976, Anamorphic Widescreen) John F. Goff, Richard Kennedy, John Alderman, Valdesta, Janus Blythe, Uschi Digard, Catherine Barkley.  This schlock-fest came out during the CB radio craze.  It’s one of those so-bad-it’s-good 2nd feature drive-in movies that kept us awake after midnight...


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Horror CARNIVAL OF SINNERS—35mm English Language Edition CARNIVAL OF SINNERS—35mm English Language Edition

(1943) Pierre Fresnay, Josseline Gaël, Noël Roquevert, Guillaume de Sax, Antoine Balpetre.  This is a wonderful French horror movie.  The setting is a mountainside inn that’s been cut off by an avalanche.  In spite of that, the mood is festive; the guests are in good spirits.  Things are interrupted, though, by the arrival of a strange, one-handed man carrying small package...


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Armchair Fiction CITY OF DESIRE, THE CITY OF DESIRE, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The City of Desire” by Juanita Savage is the 50th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  When Nora Warwick was born, her father Professor Desmond Warwick would never forgive her for not being a boy...


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Mystery COFFIN FROM HONG KONG, A—Anamorphic Widescreen COFFIN FROM HONG KONG, A—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1964, Anamorphic Widescreen) Heinz Drache, Elga Anderson, Ralf Wolter, Sabine Sesselmann. Drache is a suave private eye.  He’ss dumped into the middle of a murder mystery when a woman is shot dead in his office with his own gun...


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Mystery COLONEL MARCH INVESTIGATES COLONEL MARCH INVESTIGATES

(1953) Boris Karloff, Ewan Roberts, Sheila Burrell, Richard Wattis, Joan Sims.  In this enjoyable anthology of three episodes of Colonel March of Scotland Yard, Karloff plays the smooth-talking title character.  He’s faced with three seemingly weird cases...


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Action-Adventure-Drama DANGEROUS PASSAGE DANGEROUS PASSAGE

(1944) Robert Lowery, Phyllis Brooks, Jack LaRue, Charles Arnt. Lowery is in Central America when he gets word that he’s inherited 200K from his late grandfather.  He hops aboard a ship to head back to the states, but it turns out to be filled with danger...


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Mystery DEATH GOES TO SCHOOL DEATH GOES TO SCHOOL

(1953) Gordon Jackson, Barbara Murray, Pamela Alan, Jane Aird, Sam Kyd. The setting is an all-girls school.  A teacher is found lying in a wooded area next to the school—choked to death with a scarf.  Murray, one of the first on the scene, is shocked to find that the scarf is hers!...


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Armchair Fiction DISCIPLES OF DESTINY & GENIUS LOCI DISCIPLES OF DESTINY & GENIUS LOCI

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels.  The first novel is “Disciples of Destiny” by science fiction pulp specialist Don Wilcox.  What was the mystery of the castle of Flinfiord?  The second novel is an exciting tale on a distant planet, Thomas Scortia’s “Genius Loci.”  Whoever heard of a plant blight that affected humans?  Well, they had one on this new off-planet frontier colony of...


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Action-Adventure-Drama DON JUAN DON JUAN

(1926) John Barrymore, Jane Winton, John Roche, Warner Oland.  Recognized as one of the great silent swashbucklers, Don Juan is filled with grandiose action and devil-may-care characters.  As silent films go it’s a real wow...


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Mystery DOUBLE CROSS DOUBLE CROSS

(1941, PRC) Kane Richmond, Pauline Moore, John Miljan, Wynne Gibson.  Here’s a PRC crime film that hasn’t been around that much.  Gibson guns down a cop who’s raiding her boss Miljan’s gambling joint.  Her boyfriend, also a cop, grabs the gun but...


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Armchair Fiction EYE OF THE GOD, THE EYE OF THE GOD, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Eye of the God” by B. G. Aston is the 52nd installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  It seemed to make no sense.  Young Englishman Bill Rankin’s classmate, Terrence Sullivan, was like any other future-graduate on the pathway to success.  But when a local pal nearly drowned...


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Horror FANTOMAS (1947) FANTOMAS (1947)

(1947) Marcel Herrand, Simone Signoret, Alexandre Rignault, Paul Amiot, André Le Gall, Yves Deniaud,   A big thumbs up for this great film!  It’s filled with a ton of cool stuff—death rays, mad scientists, cool lab scenes, creepy underground catacombs, mysterious mansions, and more.  Fantomas, long thought to be dead, returns to terrorize Paris, demanding a...


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Horror FANTOMAS AGAINST FANTOMAS FANTOMAS AGAINST FANTOMAS

(1949) Maurice Teynac, Aimé Clariond, Alexandre Rignault, Yves Furet, Marcelle Chantal, Nora Costes,  Robert Arnous, Berthe Bovy. Everyone in Paris thinks Fantomas has died, but a tidal wave of extortion, blackmail and murder all point to the monstrous maniac being back from the dead. Inspector Juve and his reporter pal Fandor set out to discover the truth. Is Fantomas still alive?...


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Armchair Fiction FINAL WAR, THE & MATRIX FINAL WAR, THE & MATRIX

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations.  The leadoff novel is a grim yet engrossing tale of the madness of future war, “The Final War” by Carl W. Pohr.  It would be the war to end all wars!  The second novel is veteran sci-fi author Rog Phillip’s wonderful tale, “Matrix.”  Craig Brown had been told his friend Ned Brooke had died. Charlie, Ned’s guide, had seen his death with his own eyes...


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Mystery FIRE RAISERS, THE FIRE RAISERS, THE

(1934) Leslie Banks. Anne Grey, Carol Goodner, Frank Cellier, Frances L. Sullivan.  Don’t let the non-descript title fool you, this is one tough, mean-spirited thriller about insurance fraud and murder.  Banks is marvelous as a slick talking fire insurance investigator who falls in with a gang of arsonists...


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Armchair Fiction FIRST STOP HONOLULU FIRST STOP HONOLULU

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: “First Stop Honolulu” has Ted Scott on the trail of more flying records as well as the trail of a cold-blooded killer...


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Armchair Fiction FIRST THROUGH TIME & THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY FIRST THROUGH TIME & THROUGH A GLASS DARKLY

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction and fantasy double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel is an unusual tale of time travel, “First Through Time” by Rex Gordon.  The second novel is a great Milton Lesser tale, “Through a Glass Darkly.”  Was he a man—or a robot?  Gilbert wasn’t completely sure what he was.  All he knew was...


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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films FORGER OF LONDON—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition FORGER OF LONDON—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1961) Karin Dor, Hellmut Lange, Siegfried Lowitz, Eddi Arent, Mady Rahl, Walter Rilla. Scotland Yard investigates a clever ring of counterfeiters who are flooding England with phony money. The prime suspect is an amnesiac playboy, to whom beautiful Karin Dor has just wed. Eye-popping video restoration by Edgar Wallace guru, Chuck Pennington...  


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Horror GHOST TRAIN (1976)—Anamorphic Widescreen GHOST TRAIN (1976)—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1976, Anamorphic Widescreen) Dirch Passer, Kirsten Walther, Axel Strøbye, Preben Kaas.  This film has been remade many times in Britain and other Euro nations.  In this version, made in Denmark, a group of people are again stranded in a forlorn train station, which according to train conductor is “haunted.”  Things take a turn for the mysterious when the conductor falls to the floor, dead...


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Exploitation GIRL ON THE RUN GIRL ON THE RUN

(1953) Richard Coogan, Rosemary Pettit, Frank Albertson, Charles Bolender, Harry Bannister, Renee De Milo, Edith King, Steve McQueen.  This sordid film-noir exploitation oddity is centered around a trashy burlesque carnival, which of course means lots of skimpily-dressed buxom beauties prancing about.  A crusading anti-vice editor has been murdered and the cops think the killer is hiding at the carnival...


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Armchair Fiction GOLDEN CENTIPEDE, THE GOLDEN CENTIPEDE, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Golden Centipede” by Louise Gerard is the 54th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Settled aboard a steamer heading to the west coast of Africa, the enthusiastic ornithologist, Major the Hon. Tracy Sinclair, had his mind on hunting...


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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films GREEN ARCHER, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen GREEN ARCHER, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1961, English Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Karin Dor, Klausjürgen Wussow, Eddi Arent, Harry Wustenhagen.  Finally, a beautiful anamorphic English edition of this terrific Wallace classic from our Edgar Wallace restoration pal, Chuck Pennington.  An English businessman comes home to London only to find that visitors to his mysterious estate are being killed by the deadly arrows of the "Green Archer." Who is this arch fiend?...


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Horror HOUSE OF SEVEN CORPSES, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen HOUSE OF SEVEN CORPSES, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1973, Anamorphic Widescreen) Faith Domergue, John Ireland, John Carradine, Carole Wells, Jerry Strickler. We like this film!  Cheap and schlocky but sooo much fun.  Domergue, even middle-aged, is a truly beautiful woman and gives a great performance as an aging actress caught up in a cheap horror film production being filmed in an actual haunted house...


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Armchair Fiction HOUSE ON THE CLIFF, THE HOUSE ON THE CLIFF, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories. In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The House on the Cliff,” Frank and Joe Hardy find themselves looking into the mysterious goings-on in and around an old, supposedly “haunted” house, rooted on a high cliff above the ocean. However, what they discover there are more than just...


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Armchair Fiction HUNTING FOR HIDDEN GOLD HUNTING FOR HIDDEN GOLD

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories from the late 1920s.  In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “Hunting for Hidden Gold,” Frank and Joe Hardy find themselves listening to an old miner’s story about hidden loot during a violent snowstorm.  Before you know it the boys are looking for a hidden stash of gold...


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Horror I, VAMPIRI, Special 2-Disc Anamorphic Edition I, VAMPIRI, Special 2-Disc Anamorphic Edition

(1957 aka THE DEVIL'S COMMANDMENT) Gianna Maria Canale, Carlo D'Angelo, Dario Michaelis, Wandisa Guida, Angelo Galassi, Paul Muller.  This Special 2-Disc Edition gives you both the Anamorphic Italian version (with English subtitles), as well as the Anamorphic American version in English.  A classic Italian horror film about a mad scientist who captures young women and drains their blood, thereby helping to rejuvenate an aging, evil duchess...


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Armchair Fiction IMMORTAL ATHALIA IMMORTAL ATHALIA

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “Immortal Athalia” by Harry F. Haley is the 53rd installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  While prospecting for rubber in the Peruvian lowlands of South America, Wilder MacDonald, soldier-of-fortune and adventure extraordinaire, made a curious discovery...


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Armchair Fiction IN THE BEGINNING IN THE BEGINNING

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “In the Beginning” by Alan Sullivan is the 55th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Prehistoric creatures still roamed the earth!...


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Horror INVASION OF THE BEE GIRLS—Anamorphic Widescreen INVASION OF THE BEE GIRLS—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1973, Anamorphic Widescreen) William Smith, Anitra Ford, Victoria Vetri, Cliff Osmond, Anna Aries, Wright King.  Another blatantly schlocky ‘70s drive-in gem.  Men are dying in a small California town from having too much sex.  Watch for the town hall scene when the town officials tell the men they must completely abstain from sex!...


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Sci Fi IRON FIST: THE GIANTS ARE COMING IRON FIST: THE GIANTS ARE COMING

 (1970) Enver Özer, Feri Cansel, Süleyman Turan, Orçun Alkan, Altan Günbay.  A wonderfully awful, grade-Z Turkish superhero film, whose badness is so enticing you’ll find yourself watching it all the way through in one sitting—and you’ll be amazed at yourself for doing it...


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Armchair Fiction ISLE OF FORGOTTEN PEOPLE, THE ISLE OF FORGOTTEN PEOPLE, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Isle of Forgotten People” by Thompson Cross is the 49th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Here at Armchair Fiction we take pride in our extensive library of LWLR tales....


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Exploitation JOURNEY INTO THE BEYOND—Anamorphic Widescreen JOURNEY INTO THE BEYOND—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1975, Anamorphic Widescreen) Narrated by John Carradine.  This R-rated Mondo movie has a ton of bizarre stuff, some of which will really make you wince.  You’ve got outer space footage; an exorcism; real-life voodoo rites; levitation, etc...


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Action-Adventure-Drama JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY—Special 2-Disc Edition JOURNEY TO THE LOST CITY—Special 2-Disc Edition

(1959, Anamorphic Widescreen) Debra Paget, Paul Hubschmid, Walter Reyer, Claus Holm, Sabine Bethmann.  As far as we know, Fritz Lang’s Journey to the Lost City has not been seen in an anamorphic format since its Colorscope release by AIP in 1960...


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Horror LADY IN BLACK, THE LADY IN BLACK, THE

(1958) Anita Björk, Annalisa Ericson, Karl-Arne Holmsten, Sven Lindberg.  This is a largely forgotten horror-mystery-chiller from Sweden—and it’s a good one.  A woman is seen wandering about outside a gloomy country manor in the dark of the night.  She screams and meets her doom!...


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Horror LADY IN WHITE LADY IN WHITE

(1962) Nils Asther, Anita Björk, Jan Malmsjö, Karl-Arne Homsten, Sif Ruud, Lena Granhagen.  What a great, forgotten chiller!  The setting is a creepy country manor.  After being practically disowned by her late stepfather during the reading of his will, a young woman wades into a misty swamp and sinks down into the slime—suicide.  Her brother, also disinherited, returns to the manor, which is now occupied by...


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Mystery LIGHTS OF NEW YORK LIGHTS OF NEW YORK

(1928) Helene Costello, Cullen Landis, Wheeler Oakman, Mary Carr, Eugene Pallette.  Here it is, filmdom’s first all-talking picture.  The setting is a Broadway speakeasy.  Landis is a gullible kid from upstate who’s taken in by a couple of crooks, thinking that they’re going to help him...


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Mystery LISTENER, THE & NERO WOLFE LISTENER, THE & NERO WOLFE

 (1956) Ida Lupino, Ralph Moody, Walter Coy, Richard Lupino.  Ida and her kid brother (her real life cousin, Richard) plot to kill Ida’s husband and collect the insurance money.  They use a gas leak to commit the crime.  The only problem is her husband’s invalid father...


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Fantasy MAGIC SWORD, THE (1950) MAGIC SWORD, THE (1950)

(1950) Rade Markovic, Vera Ilic-Djukic, Milivoje Zivanovic, Marko Marinkovic.  Here’s another upper tier Euro-fantasy classic you’ll not soon forget.  It’s filled with incredible sets, wonderful characters, beautiful music, great B&W cinematography, etc.  All in all it’s a delightfully atmospheric film.  The scene is set quickly as a young boy stumbles into a crumbling, snow-covered castle atop a mountain spire, laden with skulls and cobwebs...


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Horror MAGICIAN, THE MAGICIAN, THE

(1926) Paul Wegener, Alice Terry, Firmin Gémier, Iván Petrovich, Gladys Hamer, Henry Wilson.  One of the best horror films of the silent era.  Wegener, as Dr. Haddo, is marvelous as the crazed magician/alchemist who wants to create a new, artificial life by supernatural means.  He puts the beautiful Alice Terry under his hypnotic spell, forcing her into marriage.  His ultimate goal...


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Horror MAN IN THE ATTIC—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition MAN IN THE ATTIC—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1953) Jack Palance, Constance Smith, Byron Palmer, Frances Bavier, Rhys Williams.  The setting is London in the late 1880s.  The monstrous killer, Jack the Ripper, is on the prowl, killing women left and right.  Palance is the mysterious stranger who rents the gloomy attic room of a Victorian house run by Frances (Aunt Bee) Bavier.  He needs the reclusivity of the room for his "experiments."  Every time there is a new Ripper killing, Bavier begins to suspect...


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Mystery MAN OUTSIDE, THE MAN OUTSIDE, THE

(1933) Henry Kendall, John Turnbull, Louis Hayward, Ethel Warwick, Cyril Raymond.  This Brit murder mystery-chiller takes place at a creepy, “haunted“ estate called “Raven Hall,” where an assortment of odd people have gathered. Included are a stuffy policeman, a fearful servant girl, a slick crime reporter, a stodgy old aunt, and of course, a terrifying masked man who peers through the windows...


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Mystery MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF, THE—35mm Edition MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF, THE—35mm Edition

(1950) Lee J. Cobb, Jane Wyatt, John Dall, Lisa Howard. Cobb is a tough homicide detective who gets involved with a real black widow, a dame who’s willing to kill her husband—and does!  Cobb, blinded by infatuation, wants to turn a blind eye to the situation...


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Horror MAN WHO LAUGHS, THE—Special 2-Disc, Tinted & B&W Editions MAN WHO LAUGHS, THE—Special 2-Disc, Tinted & B&W Editions

(1928) Conrad Veidt, Mary Philbin, Julius Molnar, Olga Baclanova.  In addition to the original B&W version of this amazing film, you’ll also receive a brand new tinted edition as well.  It looks great, too! Outside of Casablanca, this is probably the role that Veidt is remembered for most.  Veidt, as Gwynplaine, is a side show freak, abused by society and royalty...


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Sci Fi MAN WHO THOUGHT LIFE, THE MAN WHO THOUGHT LIFE, THE

(1969, Anamorphic Widescreen) John Price, Preben Neergaard, Lotte Tarp, Lars Lunøe.  In what is truly the most remarkable science fiction film we’ve released in years, Price plays a seemingly insane millionaire placed in an asylum after dangling a wiggling mouse in front of passersby and screaming crazed questions about the rodent’s physical reality.  In his cell, though, odd items begin to appear...


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Spies Espionage and Intrigue MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1963, Anamorphic Widescreen) Stephen Murray, June Thorburn, Alan Wheatley, John Carson, Jack Watson.  Murray gives a fine, low-key performance as a defecting Russian scientist who goes to work at a British nuclear experimentation lab, working on a neutron ray.  But is he loyal to the crown?...


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Five Thorp McClusky—Weird Tales Nobility MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Five Thorp McClusky—Weird Tales Nobility
Armchair Fiction features the best in classic horror and fantasy short story collections, complete with original illustrations. “Masters of Horror, Vol. Five: Thorp McClusky, Weird Tales Nobility” offers ten short stories, novelettes, and novellas of pure terror by another top-of-the-line Weird Tales journeyman.  Thorp McClusky’s ascension into weird fiction began in...

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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Six 	Dorothy Quick—Mistress of Dark Fantasy and the Macabre MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Six Dorothy Quick—Mistress of Dark Fantasy and the Macabre
Armchair Fiction features the best in classic horror and fantasy short story collections, complete with original illustrations. “Masters of Horror, Vol. Six: Dorothy Quick, Mistress of Dark Fantasy, Illustrated Edition” contains fifteen superb tales of mystical horror by another great Weird Tales veteran.  Dorothy Quick was one of the quintessential...

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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION Vol. 17:  Edmond Hamilton, Golden Age Wizard, Illustrated Edition MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION Vol. 17: Edmond Hamilton, Golden Age Wizard, Illustrated Edition

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 17” features the works of one of the best science fiction authors of all time, the wonderful Edmond Hamilton.  He was the absolute master of interstellar thrills and many other sub-genres of science fiction.  Hamilton has long been popular with Armchair Fiction readers...


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION Vol. 18:  Don Wilcox, King of Non-Stop Thrills, Illustrated Edition MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION Vol. 18: Don Wilcox, King of Non-Stop Thrills, Illustrated Edition

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 18” spotlights one of pulpdom’s favorite science fiction authors, Don Wilcox.  He was sometimes known as Raymond A. Palmer’s right hand man.  We can’t help but think that Don Wilcox was a huge fan of old horror films and science fiction movie serials.  His stories just reek of it.  They’re filled with...


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 15, Neil R. Jones, Maestro of Space Opera MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 15, Neil R. Jones, Maestro of Space Opera

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 15” features nailbiting stories from one of the very best sci-fi authors of the 1930s, Neil R. Jones.  Jones wrote a plethora of great short stories for science-fiction pulp magazines like Amazing Stories, Air Wonder Stories, Planet Stories, and Wonder Stories.  He was a pioneer in writing about...


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 16:  Rog Philllips, Ace of the Science Fiction Digests MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 16: Rog Philllips, Ace of the Science Fiction Digests

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 16” features the works of one of the most underrated sci-fi- authors of the 1950s, Rog Phillips.  Born in 1909, Phillips (Roger Phillip Graham) would begin his career later in life, publishing his first story “Let Freedom Ring!” in 1945. But once started he became impossible to stop.  He was..


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Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 19,  David Wright O’Brien, The Forgotten Prodigy, Illustrated Edition MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 19, David Wright O’Brien, The Forgotten Prodigy, Illustrated Edition

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 19” features the sensational stories of an unjustly neglected and highly underrated science fiction author, David Wright O’Brien.  O’Brien (1918-1944) had a deep love of writing, so much so that he continued his passion even after enlisting in the Air Force during World War II.  Sadly, he died in a bombing raid over Berlin at the age of twenty-six.  This volume contains many of his best stories...


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Horror MESSIAH OF EVIL—Anamorphic Widescreen MESSIAH OF EVIL—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1973, Anamorphic Widescreen) Marianna Hill, Michael Greer, Elisha Cook, Jr., Joy Bang, Royal Dano, Anitra Ford.  This is one of the most underrated horror films of the 1970s.  It contains the best elements of both Carnival of Souls and Night of the Living Dead.  A young woman comes to an out-of-the-way California coastal town searching for her missing father...


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Armchair Fiction MIDGETS OF MONOTON & WAR OF THE GIANT APES MIDGETS OF MONOTON & WAR OF THE GIANT APES

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction and fantasy double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel is a terrific tale of subterranean adventure and horror, Stanton A. Coblentz’s “The Midgets of Monoton.”  The second tale in this great double novel is by Alexander Blade, “War of the Giant Apes.”  Having discovered ape-like Martians on the faraway…


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Armchair Fiction MISSING CHUMS, THE MISSING CHUMS, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories.  In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Missing Chums,” Frank and Joe Hardy give a grand send-off to their two pals, Chet Morton and Biff Hooper, who are departing on an adventurous boat trip along the coast.  Their boat cuts through the waters of Barmet Bay and out into the ocean, even with storm clouds brewing...


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Fantasy MONSTER’S CHRISTMAS, THE MONSTER’S CHRISTMAS, THE

(1981) Lucy McGrath, Paul Farrell, Lee Hatherly, Paul Jenden.  On Christmas Eve, a little girl awakens thinking she hears Santa Claus (Father Christmas) entering the house.  What she finds is a weird monster who pleads for her to help defeat an evil witch...


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Spies Espionage and Intrigue MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1968, Anamorphic Widescreen) George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Grit Boettcher, Herbert Stass, Robert Fuller.  In the opening scene, Robert Fuller terrorizes a bunch of lovely, partially undressed girls in their dressing room.  Nader (as agent Jerry Cotton) smashes through a window and saves the girls, who then shower him with compliments. This sets the tone for the film as Cotton sets out to solve numerous killings...


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Mystery MURDER IN THE GRANGE—Inspector Morley, Vol. One MURDER IN THE GRANGE—Inspector Morley, Vol. One

(1952) Patrick Barr, Tucker McGuire, Tod Slaughter, Frank Hawkins. These two episodes are from an obscure Brit detective TV series.  Barr, as Morley, is an ex-police inspector, now in private practice.  He’s called in by two elderly sisters who say that someone is plotting to kill them...


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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films MURDER ON DIAMOND ROW MURDER ON DIAMOND ROW

(1937) Edmund Lowe, Ann Todd, Sebastian Shaw, Robert Newton, Tamara Desni, Alastair Sim.  In London, safes are being knocked over by underlings of an unknown criminal mastermind—businesses, mansions…they’re not too particular about whom they rob...


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Armchair Fiction MYSTERY MESSAGE, THE MYSTERY MESSAGE, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Mystery Message” by T. C. Bridges is the 57th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  It was a mad race through a  snake-infested jungle...


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Mystery MYSTERY OF THE GREEN SPIDER—Anamorphic Widescreen MYSTERY OF THE GREEN SPIDER—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1960, Anamorphic Widescreen) Adrian Hoven, Renate Ewert, Hans von Borsody, Jochen Brockmann.  This cool Krimi offering is available with English subtitles for the first time.  Inside a smoky nightclub called “the Green Spider” a beautiful singer finishes her song, then the band takes over, playing a raucous jazzy tune.  Lost in all the noise is the sound of a gunshot...


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Sci Fi NEW BARBARIANS, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen NEW BARBARIANS, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1983, Anamorphic Widescreen) Giancarlo Prete, Fred Williamson, George Eastman, Anna Kannakis.  Giancarlo and Fred are wandering mercenaries who help the survivors of a post-apocalypse fight off a group of evil homosexual biker dudes...


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Sci Fi NIGHT CALLER, THE—Anamorphic Edition NIGHT CALLER, THE—Anamorphic Edition

(1965, Anamorphic Edition) John Saxon, Maurice Denhand, Patricia Haines, Alfred Burke.  A monstrous alien creature from Ganymede comes to Earth looking for young Earth females.  Why? To kidnap them...


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Horror NIGHT FRIGHT NIGHT FRIGHT

(1967) John Agar, Carol Gilley, Bill Thurman, Ralph Baker, Jr., Roger Ready.  We always like to release a few grade-Z classics—and this is definitely one. A top secret government experiment regarding the effects of cosmic rays on animal life meets with unexpected results...


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Spies Espionage and Intrigue OH! THOSE MOST SECRET AGENTS—Anamorphic Widescreen OH! THOSE MOST SECRET AGENTS—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1964, Anamorphic Widescreen) Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia, Ingrid Schoeller, Carla Calò, directed by Lucio Fulci.  It’s those crazy Italians again, Franchi and Ingrassia, whom you loved in 002—Operation Moon.  This time the boys take up the spy trade when they’re mistaken for KGB agents...


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Armchair Fiction OVER THE OCEAN TO PARIS OVER THE OCEAN TO PARIS

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: In this first tale of the series, “Over the Ocean to Paris,” the reader is taken from Ted Scott’s humble, impoverished beginnings to his remarkable rise into the U.S. Air Mail Service as a crackerjack pilot...


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Armchair Fiction OVER THE ROCKIES WITH THE AIR MAIL OVER THE ROCKIES WITH THE AIR MAIL

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer the Ted Scott Flying Stories. “Over the Rockies with the Air Mail,” by Franklin W. Dixon, was written in 1927.  Ted faces a storm in near-zero temperatures, a snarling grizzly bear, plane saboteurs, a violent plane crash, a fang-baring rattlesnake, and of course there’s a dastardly villain lurking in the shadows...


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Horror PHANTOM SHIP PHANTOM SHIP

(1935) Bela Lugosi, Arthur Margetson, Shirley Grey, Edmund Willard, Dennis Hoey.  Bela signs on to the Mary Celeste, seeking revenge on the first mate, who shanghaied him years before and threw him to the sharks, resulting in the loss of his arm.  They encounter a violent storm at sea and soon the crew is being murdered off...


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Mystery PORT OF ESCAPE PORT OF ESCAPE

(1956) Googie Withers, John McCallum, Bill Kerr, Joan Hickson, Ewan Roberts.  This is a pretty good British B thriller. A couple of sailors come ashore in London looking for a good time and a few laughs before returning to their ship...


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Horror POTLUCK POTLUCK

(1936) Tom Walls, Ralph Lynne, Robertson Hare, Diana Churchill, Gordon James, Marita Hunt.  Here’s a comedy-laced old dark house thriller that few horror film fans know about.  Walls is a retired police inspector who tracks a gang of art thieves to a sinister old abbey that’s surrounded by high stone walls and from which the gang operates without the owner’s knowledge...


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Sci Fi PROFESSOR LUND, DOCTOR OF DEATH PROFESSOR LUND, DOCTOR OF DEATH

(1959) Ewald Balser, Wolfgang Preiss, Barbara Rütting, Cornell Borchers, Wolfgang Kieling, Karin Baal.  Balser is a mad scientist conducting weird transplant experiments in the lab at his secluded chateau.  Preiss is the doctor he lures into helping him, not knowing that the cadavers used in the procedures are...


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Mystery PUZZLE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition PUZZLE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1974, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Senta Berger, Luc Merenda, Umberto Orsini, Anita Strindberg, Bruno Corazzari.  This is a very well-made Euro-thriller with Merenda playing a bewildered man who’s lost his memory as the result of a car crash...


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Action-Adventure-Drama RED ENSIGN RED ENSIGN

(1934) Leslie Banks, Carol Goodner, Frank Vosper, Alfred Drayton.  Banks has a grand time as the top designer in a British shipyard.  Unfortunately, the yard has run into a slew of downturns and is in big financial trouble.  But Banks has a new ship in mind...


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Armchair Fiction RESCUED IN THE CLOUDS RESCUED IN THE CLOUDS

Armchair Fiction is proud to offer beautiful paperback editions of the first four books in the classic Ted Scott Flying Stories series: In this second exciting installment, “Rescued in the Clouds,” (by John W. Duffield, aka Franklin W. Dixon), the reader finds Ted Scott using his top-notch plane to help the victims of a cataclysmic flood, all the while rescuing burning airplanes, battling man-eating crocodiles, fending off poisonous snakes...


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Sword and Sandal REVENGE OF THE CRUSADER—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition REVENGE OF THE CRUSADER—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1964) Alberto Lupo, María José Alfonso, Beni Deus, Stephen Forsyth.  After his wedding to the beautiful Alfonso, Lupo sets out to join the crusades, leaving his beautiful new bride in the care of one of his trusted friends.  What he doesn’t know is that his “pal” has his own desires for the fair maiden...


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Action-Adventure-Drama ROAD TO MANDALAY/THE MIRACLE MAN—Special Edition ROAD TO MANDALAY/THE MIRACLE MAN—Special Edition

(1926, 1919) Lon Chaney, Lois Moran, Owen Moore, Henry B. Walthal, directed by Tod Browning.  Not only have we crafted a great new music score for Road to Mandalay, but we’re also offering it in a newly tinted version, as well as the original B&W version.  PLUS: THE MIRACLE MAN (1919) Thomas Meighan, Lon Chaney, Betty Compson...


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Horror SADISTEROTICA—Anamorphic Widescreen SADISTEROTICA—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1969, Anamorphic Widescreen) Rosanna Yanni, Janine Reynaud, Chris Howland, Alexander Engel, Adrian Hoven, Michel Lemoine, directed by Jess Franco. This "Red Lips" series entry could easily pass as a spy movie, an action thriller, even a comedy.  But since there’s a mad artist with a wolf man assistant, we decided to stash it in our horror section...


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Mystery SALUTE THE TOFF SALUTE THE TOFF

(1951) John Bentley, Carol Marsh, Roddy Rogers.  The Toff was a well-known, upper crust British detective character who appeared in magazines, books, and films, dating back to the early 1930s.  In this, his first motion appearance, he is well-played by John Bentley, who played him in both Toff films.  In this fast-moving mystery, a man walks out of a nightclub onto a darkened street.  Moments later he is knifed in the back...


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Horror SAMSON IN THE WAX MUSEUM SAMSON IN THE WAX MUSEUM

(1963, 35mm English Edition) Samson (the Silver Maskman), Claudio Brook, Norma Mora, Rubin Rojo.  Kidnappings take place near an eerie wax museum.  One of the kidnapping victims is a reporter.  Inside the museum a mad scientist transforms the victims into both wax figures and misshapen monsters, the latter of which he keeps in cages in his dungeon laboratory...


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Sword and Sandal SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK—35mm English Edition SANDOKAN AGAINST THE LEOPARD OF SARAWAK—35mm English Edition

(1964, Anamorphic Widescreen) Ray Danton, Franca Bettoia, Guy Madison, Mario Petri, Mino Doro.  Ray Danton, as Sandokan, is perfectly cast as the dashing warrior and do-gooder. In this lively film, Sandokan’s beautiful future wife, Samoa (Bettoia) is kidnapped, hidden in a cave, and held under a hypnotic spell by her evil cousin, who seeks revenge against Sandokan...


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Mystery SCHOOL OF FEAR—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition SCHOOL OF FEAR—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1969, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Joachim Fuchsberger, Konrad Georg, Horst Tappert, Arthur Richelmann, Karin Hübner.  This film plays, in places, like an Edgar Wallace film; in other places like a seedy JD movie filled with troubled youths.  At a boarding school for boys a firebrand student goes missing.  It’s theorized he may have met with foul play.  When his rich father also goes missing...


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Armchair Fiction SECRET OF THE OLD MILL, THE SECRET OF THE OLD MILL, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories. In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Secret of the Old Mill,” Frank and Joe Hardy find themselves trying to track down the hideout of a counterfeiting gang whose operations appear to be located somewhere near the Hardy's hometown of Bayport.  The trail soon leads to a mysterious...


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Mystery SEVEN DOORS TO DEATH SEVEN DOORS TO DEATH

(1941, PRC) Chick Chandler, June Clyde, George Meeker, Gregory Gay.  In a pitch black apartment a girl screams.  There’s a gunshot, then a body hits the floor.  Moments later the girl snags a ride from an unsuspecting young fellow...


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Mystery SHAKEDOWN, THE SHAKEDOWN, THE

(1960) Terence Morgan, Hazel Court, Donald Pleasence, Robert Beatty.  This is a great British crime film.  Morgan gets out of the slammer and sets up what seems to be a legitimate modeling agency.  Back of it all, though, is a blackmail operation...


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Armchair Fiction SHORE ROAD MYSTERY, THE SHORE ROAD MYSTERY, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories.  In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Shore Road Mystery,” Frank and Joe Hardy are baffled by the theft of automobiles along along the Shore Road, a local coastal roadway that runs through their hometown of Bayport.  Even more mysterious is that the stolen cars all seem to disappear without a trace!...


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Sword and Sandal SIGFRIDO—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition SIGFRIDO—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1957) Sebastian Fischer, Ilaria Occhini, Rolf Tasna, Katharina Mayberg, Georgio Costantini. A retelling of the legend of Siegfried, who slayed a dragon and bathed in its blood to become nearly invincible.  Siegfried then travels to Burgandy where he wins the heart of the King’s daughter, Krimhilde...


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Horror SILENT NIGHT, BLOODY NIGHT—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition SILENT NIGHT, BLOODY NIGHT—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1972) Patrick O'Neal, James Patterson, Mary Woronov, Astrid Heeren, John Carradine. On Christmas Eve Lawyer John Carter (O'Neal), with mistress in tow,  arrives to a small Massacussets town where he is charged with selling a home inherited by Jeffrey Butler (Patterson). When O'neal and his mistress go missing that very night, Patterson sets out to...


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Sci Fi SILVER DUST SILVER DUST

(1953) Mikhail Bolduman, Sofiya Pilyavskaya, Valentina Ushakova, Nikolai Timofeyev. This obscure Soviet sci-fi film (made at the height of the Cold War) is unique because the setting is in the U.S.  Bolduman  plays a scientist whose first allegiance is money, rather than science.  With a big profit motive in mind, he invents a mighty new weapon of mass destruction—a deadly radioactive powder...


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Horror SNAKE WOMAN, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen SNAKE WOMAN, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1961, Anamorphic Widescreen) John McCarthy, Susan Travers, Elsie Harker, Geoffrey Denton.  A crazed English scientist injects his wife with a cobra venom formula to cure her mental illness. Sadly, it has a horrible effect on the woman’s unborn child, who’s born with cold blood...


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Sci Fi STRANGER IN THE FAMILY STRANGER IN THE FAMILY

(1965) Richard O'Callaghan, Justine Lord, Eric Lander, Peter Copley.  In this brilliant British made-for TV feature, a young man called 'Boy' (no relation to Tarzan) is born with no fingernails.  He’s gifted with a brain that eventually enables him to exert mind control over others...


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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films STRANGLER OF BLACKMOOR CASTLE —Anamorphic Widescreen Edition STRANGLER OF BLACKMOOR CASTLE —Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1963, English Language, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Karin Dor, Harry Riebauer, Rudolf Fernau, Hans Neilsen, Dieter Eppler, Walter Giller, Ingmar Zeisberg.  Finally, a beautiful widescreen English edition of this classic Krimi horror thriller.  A hooded maniac is on the loose...


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Action-Adventure-Drama SUNRISE SUNRISE

(1927) George O’Brien, Janet Gaynor, Bodil Rosing, Margaret Livingston, J. Farrell MacDonald. Considered one of the greatest films of the silent era.  The charm of a brash city girl seduces a young farmer.  She ultimately convinces him to murder his wife and join her in the big city...


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Edgar Wallace & Krimi Films TERRIBLE PEOPLE, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition TERRIBLE PEOPLE, THE—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1960, Anamorphic Widescreen Edition) Joachim Fuchsberger, Karin Dor, Fritz Rasp, Dieter Eppler, Eddi Arent.  Another marvelous upgrade from top Edgar Wallace restoration master, Chuck Pennington.  This creepy German-made Wallace thriller is about the ghost of a hanged man who returns to fulfill his promise. All of his accusers must die!...


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Sword and Sandal TITANS, THE—35mm English Edition TITANS, THE—35mm English Edition

(1962, Anamorphic Widescreen) Giuliano Gemma, Jacqueline Sassard, Pedro Armendáriz, Antonella Lualdi, Serge Nubret. This great sword & sandal film is filled with fantastic elements and supernatural creatures, including a cyclops and a gorgon.  Gemma plays Crius, the youngest of the Greek titans, all of whom are imprisoned by the gods.  Freedom for him and his brothers is promised in return for...


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Sci Fi TOBOR AND THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE TOBOR AND THE ATOMIC SUBMARINE

(1956) Tommy Terrell, Arthur Space, Bruce Cowling, Gavin Gordon. Terrell and his robot, Tobor, land aboard an atomic sub that’s been heisted by criminals.  The sub also has a ticking bomb on board and has been targeted for a nuclear strike!  Gordon (Bride of Frankenstein) has a nice part as a madman who wants to rule the world.  A little schlocky but good fun.  


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Sci Fi TOMORROW I'LL WAKE UP AND SCALD MYSELF WITH TEA TOMORROW I'LL WAKE UP AND SCALD MYSELF WITH TEA

(1977, Anamorphic Widescreen) Petr Kostka, Jirí Sovák, Vladimír Mensík, Vlastimil Brodský.  This is a brilliant Czech-made sci-fi comedy with many great moments.  A former Nazi, now living in the 1990s by virtue of anti-aging pills, plans to travel through time to 1944 Germany and present Hitler with a hydrogen bomb so the Nazis can win the war...


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Armchair Fiction TOWER TREASURE, THE TOWER TREASURE, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories. In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Tower Treasure,” Frank and Joe Hardy find themselves looking for a hidden stash of stolen jewels and securities. Their only clues are the words of a dying criminal: “I hid it in the old tower.” What follows is...


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Armchair Fiction TREASURE VAULT OF ATLANTIS, THE TREASURE VAULT OF ATLANTIS, THE

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “The Treasure Vault of Atlantis” by Olof W. Anderson is the 58th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Would she be trapped in a vault forever?  To modern civilization, the lost world of Atlantis is a continent of myth and legend that...


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Armchair Fiction VALLEY OF INVISIBLE MEN & DOORWAY TO HELL VALLEY OF INVISIBLE MEN & DOORWAY TO HELL

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations.  The leadoff novel is “Valley of Invisible Men” by one of the best science fiction authors of the 20th Century, Edmond Hamilton.  A lost race, empowered by the might of a lost god!  The second novel is “Doorway to Hell” by renowned science fiction author and editor Raymond A. Palmer.  Did hell’s gates really yawn before him?...


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Action-Adventure-Drama WALL OF DEATH WALL OF DEATH

(1951) Laurence Harvey, Maxwell Reed, Susan Shaw, Hermione Baddeley.  This underrated British action thriller is set in a rundown fairground.  There are lots of interesting characters on hand.  You’ve got Reed, a race car driver with a chip on his shoulder, and Harvey, an iron-jawed young boxer, both vying for the hand of a dancer played by beautiful Susan Shaw.  The film has a plethora of excitement...


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Sci Fi WAR GAME, THE WAR GAME, THE

 (1966) Michael Aspel, Peter Graham, Dave Baldwin, Kathy Staff.  This amazing docu-drama is about the aftermath of a nuclear attack on Britain.  It pulls no punches.  There are scenes of destruction, radiation poisoning, food riots, etc. that will leave a lasting impression...


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Armchair Fiction WAR OF THE PLANETS, THE & FEMININE METAMORPHOSIS, THE WAR OF THE PLANETS, THE & FEMININE METAMORPHOSIS, THE

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction and fantasy double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel is a terrific tale of interplanetary conflict, R. H. Roman’s “The War of the Planets.”  It was a tremendous battle of three worlds. The second novel is by that great science fiction storyteller, David H. Keller, M. D., “The Feminine Metamorphosis.”  When a hospital sprung up in the middle of rural China, no one thought much of it...


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Mystery WHAT HAPPENED THEN? WHAT HAPPENED THEN?

(1934) Richard Bird, Lorna Hubbard, Geoffrey Wardwell, George Zucco, Francis L. Sullivan.  A young man quarrels with his Uncle about the girl he wants to marry.  The uncle threatens to disinherit him. The next morning the uncle turns up dead—his throat cut!  In an engaging courtroom scene, the nephew is tried for murder.  But if the nephew isn’t guilty, then who is the killer?...


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Action-Adventure-Drama WHITE SHADOWS IN THE SOUTH SEAS WHITE SHADOWS IN THE SOUTH SEAS

(1928) Monte Blue, Raquel Torres, Robert Anderson, Renee Bush.  This silent classic was a big, epic production in its day, with lots of great location shots in the South Seas (an Oscar for Cinematography). Blue gives a grand portrayal of a drunken doctor who has the reputation of a “white god"...


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Sword and Sandal WHOM THE GODS WISH TO DESTROY—Special 2-Disc Edition WHOM THE GODS WISH TO DESTROY—Special 2-Disc Edition

(1966-1967, Anamorphic Widescreen) Karin Dor, Uwe Beyer, Rolf Henniger, Herbert Lom, Siegfried Wischnewski, Maria Marlow, Christian Rode, Hans von Borsody, Terence Hill, Fred Williams, directed by Harald Reinl. Whom the Gods Wish to Destroy was originally released in the U.S. as a single feature film.  However, like Fritz Lang’s Journey to the Lost City, it was culled from two separate films...


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Armchair Fiction WINGED HEELS WINGED HEELS

Armchair fiction presents large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  “Winged Heels” by S. Andrew Wood is the 51st installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  It was a love triangle in a lost kingdom!  Juan Moreno was an adventurous outlaw, a renegade who had big plans...


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