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The $98 Special continues thru 8/23/23!Click "Current Sales" above or to the lower right for more info...
We also have DOZENS OF NEW & RECENT RELEASES releases, (plus a new batch of Double Features is coming soon). Click on "New Releases" above.
WANT A HARD COPY OF OUR NEW FLYER? Just drop us an email (email@example.com) or give us a phone call: 541-773-6860.
IMPORTANT!We continue to UPGRADE older titles. Just click on "Upgraded Titles" in the left hand column. Many of these (though not all) are upgrades not just in terms of their video quality but also to the full anamorphic widescreen format. The quality on these upgrades is very good. If you have questions, please call us at 541-773-6860, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEFECT POLICY: Anytime you have a defective disc, please call us at 541-773-6860, or email us at email@example.com, and we will replace it for you. There is no cost to you and you don't have to return the defective disc.
IMPORTANT!Our Hours are now Tuesday through Friday 9:00-5:00
We’ve got 44 Brand New Releases—34 DVD titles and 10 Armchair Fiction releases. Be sure to check out that great horror-crime classic, FANTOMAS (1947) with brand new English subtitles. It's a helluva film. You'll be mesmerized by the dream-like quality of THE STONE FLOWER (1946); this wonderful Soviet fantasy will send you on a trip to places unknown. THE HORRIBLE SEXY VAMPIRE (1971), THE CURSED MANSION (1963), and THE VAMPIRE'S LOVER (1960) all serve up some great helpings of Euro-horror. One surprisingly good British mystery was THE SCARLET WEB (1954), which will keep guessing right to the end. A very young Hazel Court is the star. You'll find some great sci-fi thrills in a British made-for-TV feature called SOME LAPSE IN TIME (1965), which is as much of a mystery as it is a science fiction thriller. You'll want to check out our newly color tinted edition of that late silent classic THE FIRST AUTO (1927), which has some great early auto racing sequences. Look for our anamorphic upgrade on that sci-fi/sword and sandal classic, THE GIANT OF METROPOLIS (1960), which is one of the most haunting, unusual peplum epics ever made. And don't forget, we've got 10 new Armchair Fiction releases, including the first three volumes of the original Hardy Boys series from 1927. Check out the other new Armchair titles below.These are just a handful of a wonderful new batch of Sinister Cinema and Armchair Fiction releases. They're all uploaded and ready to go!
Don't forget our 10recent DRIVE-IN DOUBLE FEATURES
WITH MANY NEW INTERMISSION ADS!
We have a great new batch of ads and promos that we’ve added to our overall intermission material library; you’ll see some fantastic new stuff mixed in with our old standards. Look for great new classic ads for Pepsi, Coke, Castleberry, even Fresca. Lots of new generic food ads and promos, too, including some truly CLASSIC stuff from the ‘40s and ‘50s. We’re also featuring the “Optigan Drive-in Clock,” (DI-213) which graced drive-in screens back in the 1970s. Help us celebrate another terrific batch of drive-in combos featuring great movies like “M” (1951), “Blood Demon,” “Atlantis the Lost Continent,” “High School Big Shot,” “The Bacchantes,” and many others.
In terms of video quality, these are our best DI-Combos EVER! So grab the popcorn; load up with some BBQ beef, hot dogs, candy, and soda; then settle back for a wonderful time as we once again grace your TV screen with movies under the stars. And remember, SUPPORT YOU LOCAL DRIVE-IN!
Eight Classic titles in ANAMORPHIC WIDESCREEN for the First Time!
We understand the sanctity of movies originally shot in the full screen, 1.33:1 format, which is pretty much everything from 1953/1954 on back. And we respect it. However, there are many fans who would love to see these older films in the anamorphic widescreen format—either 1.66:1 or 1.85:1 or higher. At first we considered this unthinkable, but with the new software of today we have been able to go through older, classic films and pull an anamorphic picture out of them that makes sense and doesn’t deter from the film’s original camera composition. So we tried this on eight classic films. We went through them scene by scene, sometimes shot by shot, adjusting the framing to make sure we had the best possible screen composition. We found that the 1.85:1 format was pushing it a bit, so we decided to use 1.66:1, the British anamorphic standard of the 1950s-1970s. (our opening credits are at approximately 1.50:1 with the bodies of the films at 1.66:1). We think they turned out very nice, and the print quality is great. For you purists, keep in mind that these donotreplace the original 1.33:1 versions, but will be offered in addition to them. In other words, we’re offering the best of both worlds. All eight titles are available for only
If you like tales of horror, murder mysteries, and the original Hardy Boys novels check these great new titles out. (scroll down to the bottom of this page for more info).
10New ARMCHAIR FICTIONReleases There are 10 new Armchair Fiction releases to feast your eyes on. We are especially proud to offer the first three original Hardy Boys novels, all from 1927: "The Tower Treasure," "The House on the Cliff," and "The Secret of the Old Mill. We also have two new Masters of Horror volumes featuring the works of Weird Tales regulars Thorp McClusky and Dorothy Quick. To top it all off we've got five new Murder Mysteries, featuring great authors like E. Howard Hunt, Octavus Roy Cohen and others. Check these and others out by clicking below.