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Horror MAGICIAN, THE MAGICIAN, THE

(1926) Paul Wegener, Alice Terry, Firmin Gémier, Iván Petrovich, Gladys Hamer, Henry Wilson.  One of the best horror films of the silent era.  Wegener, as Dr. Haddo, is marvelous as the crazed magician/alchemist who wants to create a new, artificial life by supernatural means.  He puts the beautiful Alice Terry under his hypnotic spell, forcing her into marriage.  His ultimate goal...


$16.95
Poverty Row Collections MAJESTIC PICTURES, Vol. 2 MAJESTIC PICTURES, Vol. 2

THE WORLD GONE MAD (1933) Pat O’Brien SING SINNER SING (1933) Paul Lukas THE SIN OF NORA MORAN (1933) Zita Johann NIGHT ALARM (1934) Bruce Cabot, Judith Allen.  Click on the image to the left to find out more about these four great titles...


$9.95
Horror MAN IN THE ATTIC—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition MAN IN THE ATTIC—Anamorphic Widescreen Edition

(1953) Jack Palance, Constance Smith, Byron Palmer, Frances Bavier, Rhys Williams.  The setting is London in the late 1880s.  The monstrous killer, Jack the Ripper, is on the prowl, killing women left and right.  Palance is the mysterious stranger who rents the gloomy attic room of a Victorian house run by Frances (Aunt Bee) Bavier.  He needs the reclusivity of the room for his "experiments."  Every time there is a new Ripper killing, Bavier begins to suspect...


$16.95
Mystery MAN OUTSIDE, THE MAN OUTSIDE, THE

(1933) Henry Kendall, John Turnbull, Louis Hayward, Ethel Warwick, Cyril Raymond.  This Brit murder mystery-chiller takes place at a creepy, “haunted“ estate called “Raven Hall,” where an assortment of odd people have gathered. Included are a stuffy policeman, a fearful servant girl, a slick crime reporter, a stodgy old aunt, and of course, a terrifying masked man who peers through the windows...


$12.95
Mystery MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF, THE—35mm Edition MAN WHO CHEATED HIMSELF, THE—35mm Edition

(1950) Lee J. Cobb, Jane Wyatt, John Dall, Lisa Howard. Cobb is a tough homicide detective who gets involved with a real black widow, a dame who’s willing to kill her husband—and does!  Cobb, blinded by infatuation, wants to turn a blind eye to the situation...


$12.95
Horror MAN WHO LAUGHS, THE—Special 2-Disc, Tinted & B&W Editions MAN WHO LAUGHS, THE—Special 2-Disc, Tinted & B&W Editions

(1928) Conrad Veidt, Mary Philbin, Julius Molnar, Olga Baclanova.  In addition to the original B&W version of this amazing film, you’ll also receive a brand new tinted edition as well.  It looks great, too! Outside of Casablanca, this is probably the role that Veidt is remembered for most.  Veidt, as Gwynplaine, is a side show freak, abused by society and royalty...


$16.95
Sci Fi MAN WHO THOUGHT LIFE, THE MAN WHO THOUGHT LIFE, THE

(1969, Anamorphic Widescreen) John Price, Preben Neergaard, Lotte Tarp, Lars Lunøe.  In what is truly the most remarkable science fiction film we’ve released in years, Price plays a seemingly insane millionaire placed in an asylum after dangling a wiggling mouse in front of passersby and screaming crazed questions about the rodent’s physical reality.  In his cell, though, odd items begin to appear...


$16.95
Spies Espionage and Intrigue MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen MASTER SPY—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1963, Anamorphic Widescreen) Stephen Murray, June Thorburn, Alan Wheatley, John Carson, Jack Watson.  Murray gives a fine, low-key performance as a defecting Russian scientist who goes to work at a British nuclear experimentation lab, working on a neutron ray.  But is he loyal to the crown?...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Five Thorp McClusky—Weird Tales Nobility MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Five Thorp McClusky—Weird Tales Nobility
Armchair Fiction features the best in classic horror and fantasy short story collections, complete with original illustrations. “Masters of Horror, Vol. Five: Thorp McClusky, Weird Tales Nobility” offers ten short stories, novelettes, and novellas of pure terror by another top-of-the-line Weird Tales journeyman.  Thorp McClusky’s ascension into weird fiction began in...

$16.95
Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Six 	Dorothy Quick—Mistress of Dark Fantasy and the Macabre MASTERS OF HORROR, Vol. Six Dorothy Quick—Mistress of Dark Fantasy and the Macabre
Armchair Fiction features the best in classic horror and fantasy short story collections, complete with original illustrations. “Masters of Horror, Vol. Six: Dorothy Quick, Mistress of Dark Fantasy, Illustrated Edition” contains fifteen superb tales of mystical horror by another great Weird Tales veteran.  Dorothy Quick was one of the quintessential...

$16.95
Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 15, Neil R. Jones, Maestro of Space Opera MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 15, Neil R. Jones, Maestro of Space Opera

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 15” features nailbiting stories from one of the very best sci-fi authors of the 1930s, Neil R. Jones.  Jones wrote a plethora of great short stories for science-fiction pulp magazines like Amazing Stories, Air Wonder Stories, Planet Stories, and Wonder Stories.  He was a pioneer in writing about...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 16:  Rog Philllips, Ace of the Science Fiction Digests MASTERS OF SCIENCE FICTION, Vol. 16: Rog Philllips, Ace of the Science Fiction Digests

Armchair Fiction features the best in classic science fiction short story collections.  "Masters of Science Fiction, Vol. 16” features the works of one of the most underrated sci-fi- authors of the 1950s, Rog Phillips.  Born in 1909, Phillips (Roger Phillip Graham) would begin his career later in life, publishing his first story “Let Freedom Ring!” in 1945. But once started he became impossible to stop.  He was..


$16.95
Horror MESSIAH OF EVIL—Anamorphic Widescreen MESSIAH OF EVIL—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1973, Anamorphic Widescreen) Marianna Hill, Michael Greer, Elisha Cook, Jr., Joy Bang, Royal Dano, Anitra Ford.  This is one of the most underrated horror films of the 1970s.  It contains the best elements of both Carnival of Souls and Night of the Living Dead.  A young woman comes to an out-of-the-way California coastal town searching for her missing father...


$16.95
Armchair Fiction MIDGETS OF MONOTON & WAR OF THE GIANT APES MIDGETS OF MONOTON & WAR OF THE GIANT APES

Armchair Fiction presents classic science fiction and fantasy double novels with original illustrations.  The first novel is a terrific tale of subterranean adventure and horror, Stanton A. Coblentz’s “The Midgets of Monoton.”  The second tale in this great double novel is by Alexander Blade, “War of the Giant Apes.”  Having discovered ape-like Martians on the faraway…


$12.95
Armchair Fiction MISSING CHUMS, THE MISSING CHUMS, THE

Armchair Fiction presents the original Hardy Boys stories.  In this, Franklin W. Dixon’s “The Missing Chums,” Frank and Joe Hardy give a grand send-off to their two pals, Chet Morton and Biff Hooper, who are departing on an adventurous boat trip along the coast.  Their boat cuts through the waters of Barmet Bay and out into the ocean, even with storm clouds brewing...


$12.95
Poverty Row Collections MONOGRAM PICTURES, Vol. 12 MONOGRAM PICTURES, Vol. 12

KING KELLY OF THE U.S.A. (1934) Irene Ware; THE OUTER GATE (1937) Ralph Morgan; IRISH LUCK (1939) Frankie Darro; CONVICTS CODE (1939) Robert Kent.  Click on the image to the left to find out more about these four great titles...


$9.95
Fantasy MONSTER’S CHRISTMAS, THE MONSTER’S CHRISTMAS, THE

(1981) Lucy McGrath, Paul Farrell, Lee Hatherly, Paul Jenden.  On Christmas Eve, a little girl awakens thinking she hears Santa Claus (Father Christmas) entering the house.  What she finds is a weird monster who pleads for her to help defeat an evil witch...


$16.95
Spies Espionage and Intrigue MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen MURDER IN A RED JAGUAR—Anamorphic Widescreen

(1968, Anamorphic Widescreen) George Nader, Heinz Weiss, Grit Boettcher, Herbert Stass, Robert Fuller.  In the opening scene, Robert Fuller terrorizes a bunch of lovely, partially undressed girls in their dressing room.  Nader (as agent Jerry Cotton) smashes through a window and saves the girls, who then shower him with compliments. This sets the tone for the film as Cotton sets out to solve numerous killings...


$16.95
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