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Action Adventure Thrillers OPERATION CAMEL OPERATION CAMEL

(1960) Paul Hagen, Louis Miehe-Renard, Ebbe Langberg, Preben Kaas, Klaus Pagh.  After bumping into three dames, a UN soldier falls in love with one of them—a French dancer.  He later meets her at her workplace...


$12.95
Horror PEONY LANTERN—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition PEONY LANTERN—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1968, aka THE BRIDE FROM HADES) Kôjirô Hongô, Miyoko Akaza, Mayumi Ogawa, Akira Nishimura.  This is one of the most haunting Japanese horror films you will ever see—engaging, gripping, and absolutely chilling.  During the Obon festival of the dead, a samurai is visited by two beautiful women, one of whom he falls deeply in love with.  During the next few nights he comes to discover that his new lover and her older companion are ghosts...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction PLANET WITHOUT LOVE & DEAD END KIDS OF SPACE PLANET WITHOUT LOVE & DEAD END KIDS OF SPACE

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. Frank Belknap Long’s “Planet without Love” is the first tale in this double novel. It was a planet where sex and love were crimes of the first magnitude. How long can a girl suppress the romantic desires that are natural to a beautiful and healthy female?  The second tale in this double novel is Frank M. Robinson’s “The Dead End Kids of Space.” It would one day be called, “The Great Interplanetary Heist!” Peter Johnson was a brilliant scientist who was just starting to make his mark...


$12.95
Edgar Wallace PSYCHO CIRCUS—Anamorphic Widescreen Ed. PSYCHO CIRCUS—Anamorphic Widescreen Ed.

(1966) Christopher Lee, Leo Genn, Anthony Newlands, Heinz Drache, Margaret Lee, Eddi Arent, Klaus Kinski.  The plot begins with a botched heist that ends with one of the criminals shooting a police officer...


$12.95
Mystery QUIET WOMAN, THE QUIET WOMAN, THE

(1951) Derek Bond, Jane Hylton, Dora Bryan, Michael Balfour, John Horsley, directed by John Gilling.  Hylton plays a pretty British lass who takes over a lonely, oceanside pub and boarding house.  Much to her surprise, she discovers her inn is...


$12.95
Horror RED QUEEN KILLS SEVEN TIMES, THE RED QUEEN KILLS SEVEN TIMES, THE

(1972, Anamorphic Widescreen) Barbara Bouchet, Ugo Pagliai, Marina Malfatti, Marino Mase, Sybil Danning.  Two sisters vie for the inheritance of a creepy, old family castle.  There are a series of diabolical killings committed by a dark haired woman in a red cloak,  who laughs maniacally at her victims.  Is the maniac...


$16.95
Edgar Wallace RINGER, THE—Special 2-Disc Edition RINGER, THE—Special 2-Disc Edition

(1964, aka DER HEXER, Anamorphic Widescreen) Joachim Fuchsberger, Heinz Drache, Sophie Hardy, Carl Lange, Eddi Arent.  The sister of a famous, but as yet uncaught, criminal named The Hexer is murdered. Inspector Higgins of Scotland Yard believes that The Hexer will surface to take his revenge on his sister's killers, and plans to set a trap to finally capture him. However, soon bodies start piling up...


$12.95
Horror ROBIN REDBREAST ROBIN REDBREAST

(1970) Anna Cropper, Amanda Walker, Julian Holloway, Bernard Hepton, Andy Bradford.  This made-for-TV chiller has the same kind of feel as Christopher Lee’s The Wicker Man. After parting ways with her long term lover, Cropper takes refuge in a lonely country house.  She gets to know the local villagers, who seem friendly at first; yet there seems to be something latently sinister about their...


$16.95
Mystery ROME EXPRESS ROME EXPRESS

(1932) Conrad Veidt, Esther Ralston, Hugh Williams, Donald Calthrop, Cedric Hardwicke.  Like any good train murder mystery, there is an assortment of interesting characters, each seemingly with something to hide...


$12.95
Sci Fi SAMPO—SPECIAL 2-DISC EDITION (aka Day the Earth Froze) SAMPO—SPECIAL 2-DISC EDITION (aka Day the Earth Froze)

(1959, aka The Day the Earth Froze) Urho Somersalmi, Anna Orochko, Ivan Voronov, Andris Osins, Ada Voytsik. A superb Finnish fantasy epic about an evil witch who steals the sun and causes just about everything on the Earth to freeze. Also featured are magic harps, fields of snakes, a wizard, and a...


$16.95
Holiday Bundles SCIENCE RUN AMOK SCIENCE RUN AMOK

(1941-1966) Here's a bundle of SIX fantastic classics, all featuring mad scientists and other science created monstrosities—and all for just $49 postpaid!  You get:  ISLAND OF TERROR (1966) THE KILLER SHREWS (1959) THE MANSTER (1959) BRAIN THAT WOULDN’T DIE (1959) MONSTROSITY (1963) THE DEVIL BAT (1941) See more...


$49.00
Mystery SCREAM OF THE BUTTERFLY—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition SCREAM OF THE BUTTERFLY—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1965) Nélida Lobato, Nick Novarro, Richard Beebe, Robert Miller, John Richards, Alan J. Smith. An excellent example of the kind of gritty, seedy, sleazy, el-cheapo exploitation-crime films what were made in the early-to-mid ‘60s.  The Seventh Commandment, Shanty Tramp, The Sadist, and Commonlaw Wife are other prime examples...


$12.95
Horror SCREAM... AND DIE! SCREAM... AND DIE!

(1973, aka THE HOUSE THAT VANISHED) Andrea Allan, Karl Lanchbury, Maggie Walker, Peter Forbes-Robertson, Judy Matheson.  If you like old dark house chillers this film’s for you.  A fashion model and her thieving boyfriend come across a creepy house deep inside a dark, fog-bound forest...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction SECRET OF ELENA’S TOMB & WITCH OF BLACKFEN MOORS SECRET OF ELENA’S TOMB & WITCH OF BLACKFEN MOORS

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The leadoff novel is “The Secret of Elena’s Tomb” by Karl Tanzler von Cosel. This is a novelized true story of death and rejuvenation. And readers beware, this frightfully delicious tale of love, obsession, and science gone mad is morbidly true and not for the faint of heart.  The second novel is Amazing Stories regular Leroy Yerxa’s “Witch of Blackfen Moor.” Summoned just before midnight, Doctor Thaddius Quantry raced to the looming fortress of Blackfen manor, which stood in the desolation of the moors as an unwavering beacon in the darkness. As he neared the manor, an agonized scream broke through the eerie stillness of the moor.


$12.95
Mystery SEVEN SINNERS SEVEN SINNERS

(1937) Edmund Lowe, Constance Cummings. Thomy Bourdelle, Henry Oscar, Joyce Kennedy.  This is an excellent Gaumont thriller.  Lowe plays a devil-may-care American detective traveling abroad in France.  During a costume party he finds a corpse in his hotel room, which conveniently disappears when he leaves to fetch the manager.   When the body disappears, Lowe and Cummings are lead on a trail of death and destruction...


$12.95
Armchair Fiction SNOW RUBIES SNOW RUBIES

Armchair fiction presents extra-large paperback editions of the best in classic science fiction novels.  Written by famed British India author Ganpat, “Snow Rubies” is the 46th installment of our "Lost World-Lost Race Classics" series.  The story concerns a mysterious valley in a distant part of the world.  A passage lost to time lay undiscovered until Commander Frank Weston unwittingly happened upon a...


$12.95
Horror SOLITAIRE SOLITAIRE

SOLITAIRE (1951) Margaret Field, Gertrude Michael, directed by Frank Wisbar.  A young actress finds a strange woman playing solitaire in her apartment.  What are the sinister, supernatural implications of this?  At first she is angry, then a feeling of unexplainable fear begins to set in.  Wisbar directs with flare as Field and Michael go toe to toe...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction SPACE-LINER X-87 & THE MOON OF DOOM SPACE-LINER X-87 & THE MOON OF DOOM

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction double novels with original illustrations. The leadoff novel is “Space-Liner X-87” by heralded science fiction author, Ray Cummings. There was a murder mystery on board X-87! Under the guise of a mathematics clerk, special agent Fred Penelle boarded the X-87 with the mission of uncovering an interplanetary plot. The second novel is Amazing Stories veteran Earl L. Bell’s “The Moon of Doom.” The end was nigh! The change had begun simply, with nothing more than the sun rising three minutes later than usual...


$12.95
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