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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...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction COLOSSUS CONCLUSION, THE & THE MENTAL ASSASSINS COLOSSUS CONCLUSION, THE & THE MENTAL ASSASSINS

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is “The Colossus Conclusion” by the highly underrated science fiction author, S. J. Byrne.  It was a desperate struggle for Earth!  The second novel is “The Mental Assassins” by Hugo-Award-nominated author, Rob Phillips.  He was a dream world hit man...


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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #195 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #195

AN ANGEL FOR SATAN (1966, WIDESCREEN, English Subtitles) Barbara Steele, Anthony Steffen. Barb has a kind of dual role in this great horror film about a girl possessed by the spirit of a statue. Barbara's BEST performance. THE TRYGON FACTOR (1966, WIDESCREEN) Stewart Granger, Susan Hampshire, Robert Morley. This Edgar Wallace (though not credited) thriller features a sinister black-clad murderer in a scary mask...


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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...


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Drive in Double Features .. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #100 .. DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #100

INVASION OF THE BLOOD FARMERS (1974) Norman Kelley, Tanna Hunter, Bruce Detrick. Young women are brutally slain in an out-of-the-way valley.  Behind the crimes is a modern band of bloodthirsty druids seeking a rare blood type that will resurrect their queen in time for a ritualistic blood feast.  SHRIEK OF THE MUTILATED (1974) Alan Brock, Jennifer Stock, Tawm Ellis.  What’s the dark, grisly secret of the murdering white yeti?  A group of college students finds out when they venture to a mysterious island...  


$12.95
Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #194 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #194

ISLAND OF THE FISHMEN (1979, WIDESCREEN) Claudio Cassinelli, Richard Johnson, Barbara Bach. A prisoner ship sinks in the Caribbean.  The ship’s doctor and a number of prisoners make shore on a jungle island where a madman—with the aid of a mad scientist—changes natives into fish-like monsters. VAMPIRE HOOKERS (1979, WIDESCREEN) John Carradine, Bruce Fairbaim, Trey Wilson, Karen Stride.  Carradine plays an old-age vampire who has a bevy of vampire beauties at his beck and call...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction BIDDY AND THE SILVER MAN & FOUR-DAY PLANET BIDDY AND THE SILVER MAN & FOUR-DAY PLANET

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is “Biddy and the Silver Man,” a fantastic tale by E. K. Jarvis.  The second novel is “Four-Day Planet” by veteran sci-fi author, H. Beam Piper...


$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
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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Drive in Double Features . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #198 . DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURE #198

SLAUGHTER OF THE VAMPIRES (1962) Walter Brandi, Dieter Eppler, Graziella Granata, Luigi Batzella, Gena Gimmy.  This Italian vampire film deals with a number of horrible vampires who are seeking fresh victims.   DUNGEON OF HARROW (1962) Russ Harvey, Helen Morgan, William McNulty. Stranded on a lost island in a sinister castle, a man finds himself at odds with an evil count...


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Sci Fi DEAD MOUNTAINEER'S HOTEL, THE DEAD MOUNTAINEER'S HOTEL, THE

(1979) Uldis Pucitis, Jüri Järvet, Lembit Peterson.  A police inspector comes to a remote mountain hotel to investigate a murder.  Shortly after his arrival a snowslide cut the hotel off from civilization.  The inspector then begins to realize that something far worse than a simple case of murder is afoot—aliens, androids, terrorists, and more...


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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...


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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...


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Sword and Sandal FIGHTING COSSACKS, THE FIGHTING COSSACKS, THE

(1963) Vladimir Medar, Jean-François Poron, George Reich, Hugo Santana, Lorella De Luca. Cossack chief Taras Bulba plans to subdue Poland and its Tartar allies.  He sends his sons to study in the Polish city of Dubno to learn as much as possible about the Polish people and their military strength. One of the sons, however, falls for the daughter of a Polish governor. When the Cossacks lay siege to Dubno, the son is imprisoned...


$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...  


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Sword and Sandal EXECUTIONER OF VENICE, THE—Widescreen Edition EXECUTIONER OF VENICE, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1963, Aka Blood of the Executioner) Lex Barker, Guy Madison, Alessandra Panaro, Mario Petri.  Toss those old full-screen versions of this Peplum classic, here at last is a beautiful widescreen copy of this early ‘60s classic from 35mm.  It’s Lex against Guy in this great epic set in the middle ages during the inquisition...  


$16.95
Fantasy WANDERING JEW, THE WANDERING JEW, THE

(1933) Conrad Veidt, Marie Ney, Basil Gill, Anne Grey, Dennis Hoey.  A big, sprawling epic fantasy.  Veidt plays a Jew who goes to Christ, asking him to cure his mistress’s illness.  Christ tells him that when she returns to her real husband she will be cured.  Refusing to let her, Veidt essentially condemns her to death.  Then, when Christ is staggering toward his crucifixion, Veidt spits on him in contempt...


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Sci Fi FLYING SAUCERS OVER ISTANBUL FLYING SAUCERS OVER ISTANBUL

(1955) Orhan Erçin, Zafer Önen, Türkan Samil, Özcan Tekgül, Mirella Monro.  This really isn’t much of a movie, yet somehow it kind of works (5.5 on IMDB).  There’s a flying saucer, a dorky robot, an elixir of life, and a plethora of cheesy alien dames who have come to Earth looking for…you guessed it…men!  And who do they find?  


$16.95
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