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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
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
Armchair Fiction SWORDSMAN OF SARVON & THE POWER PLANET SWORDSMAN OF SARVON & THE POWER PLANET

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is “The Swordsman of Sarvon” by Charles Cloukey.  The world was on the verge of interplanetary war!  The second novel is “The Power Planet” by heralded science fiction author, Murray Leinster.  It was an insidious power play for the Ultimate Power...


$12.95
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
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
Armchair Fiction THE BATTERY OF HATE & TREASURE OF THE GOLDEN GOD THE BATTERY OF HATE & TREASURE OF THE GOLDEN GOD

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is “The Battery of Hate,” by one of the founding fathers of modern science fiction, John W. Campbell.  The second novel is “Treasure of the Golden God” by veteran sci-fi author, A. Hyatt Verrill...   


$12.95
Armchair Fiction THE SCARLET SAINT & THE MAN FROM SATURN THE SCARLET SAINT & THE MAN FROM SATURN

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is “The Scarlet Saint” by Manly Banister.  He led a revolt against an invincible enemy!  The second novel is “The Man from Saturn” by veteran science fiction author, Harriet Frank.  She had never met a man like him before...


$12.95
Sci Fi THE STARLOST: DECEPTION THE STARLOST: DECEPTION

(1973) Keir Dullea, William Osler, Gay Rowan, Robin Ward, Ed Ames.  Dullea leads a trio of space adventurers who are on a desperate mission to save Earthship Ark—a massive spaceship that houses the remnants of mankind.  Unknown to most people in the Ark’s biospheres, the ship is on a collision course with a distant star...


$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
Sci Fi THEY STOLE THE BOMB THEY STOLE THE BOMB

(1961) Eugenia Balaure, Haralambie Boros, Emil Botta, Florin Piersic.  This is perhaps the most surrealistic, offbeat sci-fi film ever made.  It starts with a man accidentally walking into a nuclear test area.  He is apprehended by a squad of men dressed like spacemen, all of whom are holding big ray guns.  He is soon released, but later finds himself the recipient of a fantastic, futuristic suitcase nuclear bomb...


$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
Sword and Sandal TRIUMPH OF MACISTE, THE—Widescreen Edition TRIUMPH OF MACISTE, THE—Widescreen Edition

(1961) Kirk Morris, Cathia Caro, Ljubica Otasevic, Cesare Fantoni.  Sword and sandal movies are kind of like B-westerns, there were a gazillion of them made, all using the same half dozen scripts.  In this one, an evil queen suppresses her subjects and steals young virgins to be sacrificed to an evil god of a volcano.  Naturally, Maciste intercedes.  However, he soon falls under the magic spell of the queen, who lusts for his finely chiseled body... 


$16.95
Horror UNSATISFIED LOVE UNSATISFIED LOVE

(1968) Guillermo De Córdova, Roberto Maurano, Carmin O'Neal.  After a cataleptic seizure, a man is buried alive.  This has all been planned, though, by his disloyal wife and the man’s doctor!  After crawling out of his grave, the man seeks revenge.  He also seeks sex with a variety of women!  


$16.95
Horror W W

(1974) Twiggy, Michael Witney, Dirk Benedict, Eugen Roche, John Vernon, Michael Conrad.  Twiggy and her husband (Witney) are victims of near death experiences.  Even worse, they are horrified when they discover they are in the cross-hairs of a maniac who, in his madness, leaves the letter W at the scene of their near-fatal "accidents." 


$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...


$16.95
Exploitation WHAT'S UP FRONT WHAT'S UP FRONT

(1963) Tommy Holden, Arch Hall, Sr., Marilyn Manning, Carolyn Walker,Nancy Czar, directed by James Landis.  One of the campiest films we’ve released in a long time.  It’s an Arch Hall Fairway International film so keep your expectations for low and you won’t be disappointed.  The plot is simple:  a small-town geek becomes a fantastically successful door-to-door bra salesman and helps keep the company from going broke...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction WORLD WITHOUT MEN & THE SYNTHETIC MEN WORLD WITHOUT MEN & THE SYNTHETIC MEN

Armchair Fiction presents extra-large editions of classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The first novel is fantastic science-fantasy by veteran science fiction author Charles Eric Maine, “World Without Men.”  It was a world where women ruled with an iron fist!  Our second novel is “The Synthetic Men,” written by pulp specialist Ed Earl Repp.  He tried to play god...


$12.95
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