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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...


$1,000,000.00
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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..


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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.  


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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...


$16.95
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