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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #193 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #193

DRACULA AND SON (1976, WIDSCREEN) Christopher Lee, Bernard Menez, Marie Helene Breillat.  Dracula takes a mortal woman to bear his son. WEREWOLF WOMAN (1976, WIDESCREEN) Annik Borel, Howard Ross, Dagmar Lassander.  A beautiful woman has dreams of becoming a werewolf.  Soon after, she begins having sex with different guys before she rips them to shreds... 


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Armchair Fiction DECOY, THE DECOY, THE

Armchair Fiction presents large, deluxe editions of classic mystery-crime novels.  “The Decoy” is a gritty murder tale written by mystery-crime novelist, Edward Ronns.  He was set up to take the fall.  Someone was pulling the strings of corruption in Sea City, and they had big plans for Ben Sherman, which would leave the now disgraced lawyer left holding the bag on a phony bribery charge...


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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...


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #196 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #196

STAR FORCE (1979) narrated by Sidney Paul.  If you’re a UFO docu-film fan, this is as rare as it gets.  Star Force (not on IMDB) takes you on an extrraordinary excursion through a myriad of strange illustrations, incredible film clips, and eye-popping photos, . THE HUMANOID (1979) Richard Kiel, Barbara Bach, Arthur Kennedy, Massimo Serrato. The ruthless Graal (ala Darth Vader) plots Earth’s conquest.  He enlists a mad scientist who can change humans into...


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Mystery OCTOBER MAN, THE OCTOBER MAN, THE

(1947) John Mills, Joan Greenwood, Edward Chapman, Kay Walsh, Felix Aylmer. This is a great little British mystery.  Mills plays a mental patient, recently recovered from the shock of a fatal bus crash in which many people were killed.  He ends up in an English boarding house filled with an assortment of eccentric and tragic people.  When one of his fellow boarders ends up murdered, the finger of the law points at him...


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #197 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #197

DR. FRANKENSTEIN ON CAMPUS (1970) Robin Ward, Kathleen Sawyer, Austin Willis.  Ward plays a Frankenstein descendent who develops a wireless brain control device, which he uses to turn one of his college pals into a mindless slave.  THE BODY BENEATH (1970, Widescreen) Gavin Reed, Jackie Skarvellis, Berwick Kale.  This Andy Milligan grade-Z gem is all about a clan of vampires that takes over an estate that just happens to be known as... 


$12.95
Mystery DEVIL IN SILK—Special Two-Disc Edition DEVIL IN SILK—Special Two-Disc Edition

(1956) Lilli Palmer, Curt Jurgens, Winnie Markus, Adelheid Seeck, Hans Nielsen. Palmer was 42 and drop dead gorgeous when she made this film.  Her feminine appeal is electric—and it’s supposed to be.  She lures in struggling composer Jurgens into a life completely dominated by her—everything he does, everyone he knows, is closely watched over by her.  She is one wicked dame—shades of Play Misty for Me...


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Mystery MARK OF CAIN, THE MARK OF CAIN, THE

(1947) Eric Portman, Sally Gray, Patrick Holt, Dermot Walsh, Denis O’Dea.  This is a very engaging Victorian era murder mystery, set in England and France in 1898.  Portman and Holt play rich siblings who absolutely hate each other.  Portman, the suave sophisticated one, falls in love with Gray.  Much to his chagrin, Gray falls in love with and marries his younger, no-nonsense brother, Holt.  Before long, though, murder’s afoot as Holt ends up dead...


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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...


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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... 


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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...


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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...


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Mystery DEATH ROW WOMAN—Widescreen Edition DEATH ROW WOMAN—Widescreen Edition

(1960) Miyuki Takakura, Tatsuo Terashima, Yôichi Numata.  A wealthy businessman tries to orchestrate a marriage between his elder daughter and a young up-and-comer who he sees as a good candidate to someday to take over his business.  What dad doesn’t know, though, is that his daughter not only loves another man, but she’s also pregnant with child! When daddy ends up dead...


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Drive in Double Features DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #9 DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #9

THE INCREDIBLE PETRIFIED WORLD (1957) John Carradine, Robert Clarke, Phyllis Coates.  No classic, but this is probably director Jerry Warren's best film.  The survivors of a wrecked diving bell face perils in a strange, underground world.  TEENAGE ZOMBIES (1957) Don Sullivan, Katherine Victor.  Thrill-seeking teenagers take a boat ride out to a strange island.  To their horror, they’re captured by a lady mad doctor who uses nerve gas to turn a people into mindless slaves...  


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Armchair Fiction LAND OF THE LOST, THE, Illustrated Edition LAND OF THE LOST, THE, Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents Roy Norton's "The Land of the Lost," our 25th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.   Alone in his hut, a man watched a needle begin its violent course across a moving cylinder. The instrument was a Seismograph and its vigilant attendant, Dr. Martinez, watched in horror. Martinez knew what the cryptic messagemeant—a massive undersea earthquake with monstrous tidal waves just hours away...


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Armchair Fiction DEVIL-TREE OF EL DORADO, THE, Illustrated Edition DEVIL-TREE OF EL DORADO, THE, Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents Frank Aubrey's "The Devil-Tree of El Dorado, Illustrated Edition," our 30th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  HORROR SAT HIGH ATOP MT. RORAIMA!  Who is the mysterious person known only as “Monella?”  Who is he and what is the secret of his shrouded past?  Like all good Lost Race-Lost World novels, “The Devil-Tree of El Dorado” deals with an expedition to a remote corner of the Earth...  


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Armchair Fiction GLYPHS, THE GLYPHS, THE

Armchair fiction presents Roy Norton's "The Glyphs," our 29th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series. Hoping to find the truth about a hidden metropolis with rare glyphs (records carved on stone by a lost people), a band of daring adventurers, comprised of a scientific thief, a chiseled big game hunter, and a well-off “out-of-doors” man, travel halfway round the world to a savage jungle within the heart of South America...


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Armchair Fiction GOLDEN FETICH, THE GOLDEN FETICH, THE

Armchair fiction presents Eden Phillpotts' "The Golden Fetich," the 28th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series. Imagine being the son of a respected, seemingly well to do English lord, only to discover upon your father’s death that you had been left virtually penniless.  That’s what happened to Roy Meldrum, son of Lord Meldrum, whose philanthropy had left Roy’s inheritance nearly exhausted.  So with no money to his name...


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