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

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


$16.95
Horror SLEEP OF DEATH SLEEP OF DEATH

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


$16.95
Horror SPECIAL OFFER SPECIAL OFFER

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


$16.95
Horror TENDER DRACULA TENDER DRACULA

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


$16.95
Horror THE TELL TALE HEART aka BUCKET OF BLOOD THE TELL TALE HEART aka BUCKET OF BLOOD

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


$16.95
Horror TORTURE CHAMBER OF BARON BLOOD, THE TORTURE CHAMBER OF BARON BLOOD, THE

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


$6.95
Jungle KARZAN AND HIS MATE—Widescreen Edition KARZAN AND HIS MATE—Widescreen Edition

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


$16.95
Jungle LUANA, THE GIRL TARZAN LUANA, THE GIRL TARZAN

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


$16.95
Jungle SABAKA SABAKA

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


$16.95
Jungle TARZAN IN ISTANBUL TARZAN IN ISTANBUL

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


$16.95
Mystery CROSS-UP CROSS-UP

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


$12.95
Mystery DEADLY RECORD DEADLY RECORD

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


$12.95
Mystery DEATH FALLS LIGHTLY—Widescreen DEATH FALLS LIGHTLY—Widescreen

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


$12.95
Mystery DEVIL’S FLUTE—Widescreen Edition DEVIL’S FLUTE—Widescreen Edition

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


$12.95
Mystery FALSE FACES FALSE FACES

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


$12.95
Mystery FEMALE FUGITIVE FEMALE FUGITIVE

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


$12.95
Mystery FOUR HOURS OF TERROR, Widescreen Edition FOUR HOURS OF TERROR, Widescreen Edition

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


$12.95
Mystery LINE-UP, THE LINE-UP, THE

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


$12.95
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