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Horror HAUNTED PALACE/WHO KILLED DOC ROBBIN HAUNTED PALACE/WHO KILLED DOC ROBBIN

HAUNTED PALACE (1949) Shaw Desmond, Helene Coomey. This featurette is a ghost story vignette. Plus:  WHO KILLED DOC ROBBIN? (1948) Virginia Grey, George Zucco, Don Castle.  Zucco is his sinister self again in this entertaining chiller about a killer ape who terrorizes a gang of kids in a haunted mansion...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal HERCULES AND THE TREASURE OF THE INCAS—Widescreen Edition HERCULES AND THE TREASURE OF THE INCAS—Widescreen Edition

HERCULES AND THE TREASURE OF THE INCAS—Widescreen Edition (1964) Alan Steel, Mario Petri, Toni Sailer, Wolfgang Lukschy. This film was originally supposed to be a peplum film, but because of the success of A Fistful of Dollars, the script was changed to a mostly western setting, though there are still definitely moments of peplum action, especially toward the end when Steel yanks his shirt off...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. One HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. One

This is the first of two Horror Gems collections celebrating the classic works of “The Unique Magazine,” Weird Tales, featuring Seabury Quinn and others.  The year was 1923 when tales took a turn for the weird with the launch of the world’s first genre pulp magazine, Weird Tales; and here we have a collection of the weirdest and most spine tingling of the first year...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. Two HORROR GEMS, VOLUME 16, The Best of Weird Tales, 1923, Pt. Two

This is the second of two Horror Gems collections celebrating the classic works of Weird Tales, the Best of 1923, Part Two, Otis Adelbert Kline and others.  With so many great tales to cull from the annals of Weird Tales’ inaugural year, there was just no way they could all be contained in one volume, so we’ve collected more of those delectable 1923 fright stories to help you lose plenty of sleep at night...  


$12.95
Armchair Fiction HORROR GEMS, Volume Fifteen, Henry Kuttner and Others HORROR GEMS, Volume Fifteen, Henry Kuttner and Others

Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback collections of the best in classic horror short stories. "Horror Gems, Vol. Fourteen" has more fright night fodder.  If you’re one of those people who like to sit around and read scary stories on a dark, dreary, windy, stormy night, then this collection is definitely for you.  It’s filled with a variety of different terrors—all succulent and done to a turn...


$12.95
HORROR GEMS, Volume Fourteen, Manly Banister and Others HORROR GEMS, Volume Fourteen, Manly Banister and Others

Armchair Fiction presents extra large paperback collections of the best in classic horror short stories. "Horror Gems, Vol. Fourteen" is our latest collection of sinister stories by some of horror’s top-of-the-line authors:  Robert Bloch, Manly Banister, Theodore Sturgeon, Allison V. Harding, Manly Wade Wellman, Carl Jacobi, and others...


$12.95
Mystery I AM A CRIMINAL I AM A CRIMINAL

I AM A CRIMINAL (1938, Monogram) John Carroll, Kay Linaker, Craig Reynolds, Martin Spellman, Lester Matthews.  Carroll is a gangster that the local DA (Matthews) wants to lock up and then throw away the key.  After going through a series of intriguing events, Carroll ends up jumping bail and hiding from the cops in a mountain resort...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction INLAND DEEP, Illustrated Edition INLAND DEEP, Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  Richard Tooker's "Inland Deep, Illustrated Edition" is the eighteenth installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  Clues from the forgotten past led them to an unknown world of terror.  A footprint had been found; a footprint only part human...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction INVADERS FROM THE INFINITE, Special Illustrated Edition INVADERS FROM THE INFINITE, Special Illustrated Edition

Armchair fiction presents extra large editions of the best in classic science fiction novels and short stories, complete with original illustrations.  Here’s one of the true early classics of science fiction, penned by noted sci-fi author John W. Campbell, called “Invaders from the Infinite.” The famous scientific trio of Arcot, Wade and Morey, are challenged by the most ruthless aliens in all the universes...


$12.95
Sci Fi INVISIBLE MAN, THE INVISIBLE MAN, THE

(1983) Pip Donaghy, David Gwillim, Lila Kaye, Ron Pember, Merelina Kendall.  This six-part, two-disc mini-series is a vivid retelling of the classic H. G. Wells story and probably comes the closest to the Wells original than any other screen version.  Donaghy is superb as Griffin, the man destined to go mad because of his own fantastic discovery...


$16.95
Mystery ISLAND MONSTER, THE ISLAND MONSTER, THE

THE ISLAND MONSTER (1954) Boris Karloff, Franca Marzi, Renato Vicario, Patricia Remiddi.  This often-maimed Karloff thriller really isn’t all that bad if you can get past the fact that Karloff’s voice is dubbed by someone else.  A law enforcement agent heads to a small Italian island to break up a drug smuggling ring.  Things get complicated when the smugglers kidnap his daughter...


$12.95
Sci Fi JOURNEY TO THE MOON JOURNEY TO THE MOON

(1959) Rushdi Abazah, Edmond Tuima. What you’ve got here is all you’d expect in a B&W ‘50s sci-fi film, similar to Missile to the Moon.  You’ve got a scientist who’s built a moon rocket.  He shoots off toward the moon with two stowaways.  There's a big spaceship and a cool robot.  They land on the moon and find a strange race of beautiful women.  After many horrifying and dangerous situations, they launch back toward Earth...


$16.95
Sword and Sandal JULIUS CAESAR AGAINST THE PIRATES—Widescreen Edition JULIUS CAESAR AGAINST THE PIRATES—Widescreen Edition

JULIUS CAESAR AGAINST THE PIRATES—Widescreen Edition (1962) Gustavo Rojo, Abbe Lane, Gordon Mitchell.  Julius Caesar flees Rome because of a conspiracy against him.  When he’s out to sea he’s taken prisoner by pirates headed by Mitchell, who is at his snarling bad guy best and nearly steals the show.  Later comes the big faceoff between young Julius and the pirate hordes... 


$16.95
Action Adventure Thrillers KASHMIRI RUN KASHMIRI RUN

THE KASHMIRI RUN (1969) Pernell Roberts, Alexandra Bastido, Julián Mateos, Gloria Cámara, Leonard Bell.  Post-Bonanza Roberts plays a former mountaineer hiding out in the wilds of Tibet.  Ahead of an onslaught by Chinese troops, who have occupied most of Tibet, Roberts tries to smuggle a noted scientist and a good-looking girl (of course) across the border to safety...


$12.95
Sci Fi KILINK IN ISTANBUL KILINK IN ISTANBUL

KILINK IN ISTANBUL (1967) Irfan Atasoy, Pervin Par, Suzan Avci, Muzaffer Tema.  Kilink is this sinister villain in a weird skeleton suit.  He’s brought back from the dead at the beginning of the movie so he can search for a secret formula that will allow him to basically destroy the world and rule over the tatters that are left behind...  


$16.95
Mystery KILLER IS ON THE TELEPHONE, THE KILLER IS ON THE TELEPHONE, THE

THE KILLER IS ON THE TELEPHONE—WIDESCREEN EDITION (1972) Telly Savalis, Anne Heywood, Giorgio Piazza, Osvaldo Ruggieri.  Beautiful Anne Heywood plays a woman whose husband was murdered five years before.  She is stalked, though, by the killer (Savalis) who wants to rub her out and end her threat as a potential witness against him... 


$12.95
Armchair Fiction KING OF THE DEAD, THE KING OF THE DEAD, THE

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  Frank Aubrey's "The King of the Dead" is the twentieth installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  A lost city where the dead come alive!  In this lost citadel lived a forgotten race whose people practiced weird sciences and dabbled in a strange form of magic...


$12.95
Mystery LADY IN THE DEATH HOUSE LADY IN THE DEATH HOUSE

LADY IN THE DEATH HOUSE (1944, PRC) Lionel Atwill, Jean Parker, Douglas Fowley, Marcia May Jones.  This is a PRC one-week wonder with Parker on death row for murdering the man who blackmailed her family.  She claims the whole thing was a set-up.  In a strange twist of fate, her fiancé, (who’s a doctor who is conducting experiments on reviving the dead!) also happens to be the executioner at the prision...


$12.95
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