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Mystery MAN OF COURAGE MAN OF COURAGE

(1943, PRC) Barton MacLane, Charlotte Wynters, Lyle Talbot, Dorothy Burgess, Forrest Taylor. MacLane, in an unusual role, plays a tough, crusading district attorney. His target he is gunning for (pun intended) is a top local mobster played by Talbot. Unfortunately, Talbot enjoys is protected by a number of crooked politicians...


$12.95
Mystery WHO KILLED SANTA CLAUS? WHO KILLED SANTA CLAUS?

(1941) Harry Baur, Renée Faure, Marie-Hélène Dasté, Raymond Rouleau, Robert Le Vigan.  A fascinating film with a wonderful music score.  It’s Christmas Eve in a snow-covered mountain community.  The children are just getting out of school when a darkly-clad baron returns to his nearby chateau after a ten-year absence.  He is in hiding because of leprosy.  Meanwhile, a mysterious intruder attacks a local priest while attempting to steal a sacred ring from the church... 


$12.95
Mystery INSIDE THE ROOM INSIDE THE ROOM

(1935, Universal) Austin Trevor, Gary Marsh, George Hayes, Robert Horton, Brian Buchell.  A visiting French sleuth steps in to help the police solve the “diary murders,” in which each victim is found in possession of a diary page of a dead actress. Before long a murdered corpse is found in a locked room!  This is one of those cool, intricate murder mysteries in a big old mansion filled with red herrings and other furtive types...


$12.95
Mystery PENAL CODE, THE PENAL CODE, THE

(1932, Monarch) Regis Toomey, Helene Cohan, Robert  Ellis, Pat O’Malley. Regis is a small town boy gone bad.  After serving a stretch in prison, he returns home only to be blackmailed by a bank cashier!  This is a poverty row quickie, but it’s got some good moments.  The big prison bust-out scene is cool...


$12.95
Mystery FOOTSTEPS IN THE NIGHT FOOTSTEPS IN THE NIGHT

(1931) Benita Hume, Peter Hannen, Harold Huth, Walter Armitage.  Hum and Hannen are newlyweds, off on their honeymoon.  Hannen is also an inventor with secret plans.  Little do the newlyweds realize that international crooks are out to steal Hannen's plans, who is soon kidnappedby the bad guys.  However, when they find he’s not in possession of the plans, Hume is left to contend with the conniving, low-down scoundrel Harold Huth...


$12.95
Mystery RYGSECK MYSTERY, THE RYGSECK MYSTERY, THE

(1960) Joel Rinne, Elina Pohjanpää, Matti Ranin, Leo Jokela, Leo Riuttu. This is a good old-fashioned closed room murder mystery.  The world famous Lieutenant Palmu is brought in to investigate when a much-despised millionaire playboy is found dead in his interior pool—murdered.  Who is the killer?  There are some nice tongue-in-cheek moments thrown into this well-made murder thriller...


$12.95
Mystery KING OF THE UNDERWORLD KING OF THE UNDERWORLD

(1952) Tod Slaughter, Patrick Barr, Tucker McGuire, Ingeborg von Kusserow.  Tod is up to his nefarious plans once again as he plans an elaborate scheme for blackmail.  Barr plays the detective who’s out to bring him to justice.  There’s murder and mayhem aplenty in this curious film.  Tod has some priceless bits of dialogue, complimented here and there with his maniacal laughter...


$12.95
Mystery MISSING BOYS OF SAINT AGIL, THE MISSING BOYS OF SAINT AGIL, THE

(1938) Erich von Stroheim, Michel Simon, Armand Bernard, Aimé Clariond, Serge Grave.  This is another forgotten von Stroheim gem.  A group of college boys form a secret society with an ultimate plan of going to America.  There’s a mystery afoot, though, when people start disappearing.  Things take a turn for the worse when an art professor turns up dead—murdered!  


$12.95
Mystery STREAMLINE EXPRESS STREAMLINE EXPRESS

(1935, Mascot) Victor Jory, Evelyn Venable, Ralph Forbes, Esther Ralston.  A group of people become entangled in a web of intrigue on board a super-duper streamline passenger train, streaking across the countryside.  On board are a crook, a stage director, an actress and a number of other characters...  


$12.95
Mystery MEDUSA MEDUSA

George Hamilton, Cameron Mitchell, Lucianna Paluzzi. This is a real bad movie gem (2.5 on IMDB).  A luxurious yacht is found floating on the Aegean Sea, apparently abandoned, except for two lifeless bodies.  Proceeding from this perplexing beginning, the story—which is told in flashback by Hamilton (who's dead!), revolves around a Greek setting where a stewardess is viciously killed by a masked maniac...


$12.95
Horror WHAT BIG EYES WHAT BIG EYES

(1976) Patrick Magee, Madge Ryan, Michael Kitchen, Gerald James, Bill Dean.  A grand, literate tale about werewolves and lycanthropy.  Patrick Magee’s performance in What Big Eyes is one of the finest acting jobs by an actor in a horror film that you'll ever see.  He is AMAZING.  An RSPCA officer is horrified when he discovers that pet shop owner Magee has been receiving and conducting bizarre experiments on wolves...


$16.95
Horror HORRORS OF MALFORMED MEN—Widescreen Edition HORRORS OF MALFORMED MEN—Widescreen Edition

(1969) Teruo Yoshida, Yukie Kagawa, Teruko Yumi.  A fantastic film!  The setting is 1925.  After breaking out of an asylum for the insane, a medical student finds that he’s a dead-ringer for an heir to a fortune.  Assuming the heir’s identity, he soon makes his way to a sinister island ruled by a web-fingered mad scientist and his minions of malformed men and women. Many moments of terror and torture... 


$16.95
Horror POOR GIRL POOR GIRL

(1974) Lynne Miller, Stuart Wilson, Angela Thorne, Matthew Pollock, John Boxer.  A pretty Edwardian girl finds herself inside a mysterious house acting as the new governess for an odd young boy.  She begins to see visions of ghostly images, some seemingly from different periods of time.  What does it all mean?  Are they ghosts or something far more sinister...?  


$16.95
Horror FOREST OF THE WOLF FOREST OF THE WOLF

(1969) José Luis López Vázquez, John Steiner, Amparo Soler Leal, Antonio Casas.  A respected peddler, who works between two villages, suffers from seizures during which he becomes—in his mind—a werewolf.  When four women disappear, the villagers become suspicious.  Vazquez gives a wonderful performance as a man tortured by the beast within him.  Like all good werewolf movies, there’s a climax where the villagers hunt down the beast...  


$16.95
Horror SNOW WOMAN, THE—Widescreen Edition SNOW WOMAN, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1968) Shiho Fujimura, Akira Ishihama, Machiko Hasegawa, Taketoshi Naito, Mizuho Suzuki.  This is an incredible Japanese horror film.  A highly skilled sculptor, along with his youthful apprentice, are pitted against the powers of a beautiful but wicked ghost, “The Snow Woman,” whom they encounter during a raging snow storm in a small hut...


$16.95
Horror THRILL KILLERS, THE-Widescreen Edition THRILL KILLERS, THE-Widescreen Edition

(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 at large is his loony-tunes brother and his ax-wielding buddies.  An aspiring actor and his wife are caught in the middle of their bloodthirsty insanity...


$16.95
Horror GHOST'S ROYALTY, THE GHOST'S ROYALTY, THE

(1965) Stéphane Fey, François Vibert, Marie Laforêt, Reine Courtois, Michael Lonsdale.  In a small 1800s Massachusetts town, a student of theology becomes fascinated with a dilapidated old country mansion.  He soon learns the place is haunted by the ghost of a beautiful young woman, whose father was responsible for her death...


$16.95
Horror DEVIL'S MESSENGER, THE—Widescreen Edition DEVIL'S MESSENGER, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1961) Lon Chaney, John Crawford, Karen Kadler.  Lon plays Satan in this trio of horror stories.  He sends his 'messenger' back to Earth with a formula for a 500 megaton nuclear bomb so that everybody can join him in hell.  A bizarre film made up of three eerie episodes from a forgotten TV series called 13 DEMON STREET: A photographer loses his mind over a mysterious girl in the snow, an eons-old woman found frozen in a glacier is the subject of scientists, and a man's death is predicted in his dreams.  From 35mm. 


$16.95
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