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Night Divides the Day (2001)
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A psycho is stalking a college campus so surviving dimwits decide to go camping. Betcha the killer won’t follow... NOT! Need a low budget slasher fix? Then here you go. Also includes a bonus featurette or two and loads of trailers. DVD.

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Night of the Creeps (1986)
SKU: dvdnightcreeps
An alien spaceship crashes to Earth in 1959 and slug-like creatures infect a young college student. Almost thirty years later, the infected body is thawed out by fraternity pledges and the campus is soon infested by alien slugs that are turning people into zombies. It’s up to a outcast college kid and a hard-nosed cop (Tom Atkins) to stop the invasion before it spreads. Director Fred Dekker’s homage to 50’s sci-fi and horror films is also one of the best horror films the 1980’s had to offer. Also includes commentary with the director and cast, original ending, deleted scenes, several featurettes, and trailer. DVD

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Night of the Creeps (1986)
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Blu-Ray Director’s Cut. An alien spaceship crashes to Earth in 1959 and slug-like creatures infect a young college student. Almost thirty years later, the infected body is thawed out by fraternity pledges and the campus is soon infested by alien slugs that are turning people into zombies. It’s up to a outcast college kid and a hard-nosed cop (Tom Atkins) to stop the invasion before it spreads. Director Fred Dekker’s homage to 50’s sci-fi and horror films is also one of the best horror films the 1980’s had to offer - and it’s now available as an unrated blu-ray DVD. Also includes commentary with the director and cast, original ending, deleted scenes, several featurettes, and trailer.
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Night of the Living Dead '90 (1990)
SKU: dvdnotld90
Tom Savini directed remake of the 1968 zombie classic wasn’t really all that bad when you think about it. Good performances from Tony Todd, Pat Tallman, Tom Towels and the rest of the cast helps. Directory commentary, making of featurette, trailers and more. Now out of print.

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Night of the Living Dead (1968)
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It’s George Romero’s trend setting zombie classic, and I’m sure it needs no plot write up here to do it justice. Well, they up and remastered the film in 3-D… Yep, 3-D. Also in it’s origial flat, 2-D form just in case you don’t feel the need to gimick out. DVD

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Nightmare City (1980)
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A radioactive spill transforms people into flesh-craving zombie killers in this horror outing from director Umberto Lenzi. Originally released in the US as “City of the Walking Dead” this uncut print features the original title and all the gore missing from original video prints. Widescreen print with interview with Lenzi, trailer and director bio. Now out of print DVD.

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Nightmare Never Ends! , The
SKU: dvdnightmareneverends
Here’s a collection of 3 films released by Troma.
THE NIGHTMARE NEVER ENDS (1980) finds author James Hanson (Richard Moll) trying to uncover the truth behind the belief in God and the Devil.
IGOR AND THE LUNATICS (1985) After a stretch in prison, a 60’s cult leader returns to wreck havoc and get revenge on the small town and remaining “family” members that turned on him.
FROSTBITER: WRATH OF THE WENDINGO (1995) finds a deadly creature of the North stalking anyone who dares desecrate his resting place.
Extras include a Lunachicks music video, trailers, and more! DVD

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Nightmare on Elm Street (1984) , A
SKU: dvdnightmareelmst
2-Disc InfiniFilm DVD - One of the best horror films to come out of the 80’s. Digitally mastered from the original film negatives. Includes “Never Sleep Again” making of documentary, two other featurettes, commentary with director Wes Craven, Heather Langenkamp, John Saxon, and the cinematogrpher Jacques Haitkin, alternate ending, and a bunch of interactive features like pop-up prompts and exclusive content for this DVD release. Now out of print, this is a cut out DVD with a scratch in the box across the UPC code.

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Northville Cemetery Massacre (1976)
SKU: dvdnorthvillecemmass
Happy go lucky bikers vs small town, red neck cops. After a young girl is raped by a rough-neck cop, he naturally blames “those motorcycle mongoloids” (real life Detroit motorcycle club, The Scorpions) and the battle lines are drawn after he and the girls father take out a couple of the bikers during a wedding celebration. With the help of a local gun nut, the bikers stock up on weapons and the big shoot out occurs at the local cemetery. It’s the bloodiest biker movie ever made, with a climax that would make Sam Peckinpaw smile with delight. This is the remastered director’s cut of the film. Extras include commentaries by the co-directors, a look at The Scorpions MC, making of photo gallery, artwork for the film, and more.

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Not the Messiah (He's a Very Naughty Boy) (2009)
SKU: dvdnotthemessiah
Blu-ray Disc - Featuring Monty Python’s Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Terry Jones, and Terry Gilliam performing music from the 1979 film, Life of Brian, with a complete orchestra. Special features include sing-along tracks, along with pre and post show footage. Blu-ray Disc.

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Nuns of Saint Archangel (1973) , The
SKU: dvdnunsstarch
Behind the walls of St. Archangel, the Mother Superior is dying and three eager candidates with selfish motives all wait for her death so they can take over. After the Mother Superior is found poisoned, shit really hits the fan in the form of greed, betrayal, torture, and lesbian lust, naturally. Released cut under the title Sisters of Satan back in the video days, Nuns of St. Archangel is one of the sleaziest and best nunsploitation films made! Uncut, in English, with photo gallery and trailers. DVD

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Omega Man (1971) , The
SKU: dvdomegaman
In the not so distant future, biological war has decimated life on earth. In this alternate future, the world has become populated by those who come out at night. The “inhabitants” of a new age so to speak. But one man, Robert Neville (Charlton Heston) still haunts the sunlit streets in search for supplies… and a cure for what he may, or may not have helped create. Then he finds others who are not affected, and things go from bad to worse… Richard Matheson novel I Am Legend, has been adapted on a trio of occasions, but only the 2007 Hollywood produced turd with Will Smith actually sucked. This one doesn’t, and is a must see. Features an introduction by a couple of the films stars, a featurette, and trailer. Out of print DVD.
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One Missed Call (2007)
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Blu-ray Disc. - College students begin to get weird phone calls. First one, then another… And all the calls are actually the voice of the student who gets the call during his or her last moments alive. And every call comes true. Based on an original Japanese horror film that’s more than likely spawned over 10,000 pale remakes to date, One Missed Call is at least creepy enough to hold your attention. Blu-ray Disc.

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Opera (1987)
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When a young opera singer takes over for the leading lady in a bizarre production of Macbeth, she is soon stalked by a crazed fan who repeatedly forces the young diva to watch in horror as he murder’s her friends. Does a recurring nightmare hold the key to the killer’s identity?... Co-written and directed by Italian murder maestro Dario Argento, Opera is really worth a look. Includes interviews with Argento and the crew, trailers, and music video.

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Orloff and the Invisible Man (1970)
SKU: dvdorloffinvman
One rainy night, doctor Garondet is summoned to the castle of Professor Orloff (Howard Vernon at his manic best) but finds his journey blocked at several turns. The locals won’t direct him to the castle, and when he does find a willing coachman, his horse refuses to venture beyond a certain point so he’s forced to walk the rest of the way. Once the good doctor does arrive at the castle, he finds Orloff’s deranged daughter Cecile (Brigitte Carva) spewing nonsense about an invisible phantom that prowls the castle grounds. Orloff himself fills the doctor in on Cecile’s insanity, but as he spends the night in the castle, he begins to share in her delusions. Another mind-numbing piece of cinematic “what the fuck” from director Jess Franco is sure to have you scratching your head in amazement at times. Includes original French trailer and alternate “clothed” sequences that replaced some of the films nude scenes. Now out of print DVD.

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Other Hell (1980) , The
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The Other Hell. Beautifully sleazy and blasphemously delightful tale of being butchered in a convent by director Bruno Mattei and Claudio Fragasso. Delightful scenes of a priest set on fire, the dead body of a woman having her vagina ripped out, a child being stabbed several times, a baby tossed into a vat of boiling water, and another priest being stabbed in the crotch (to prevent him from molesting young boys, perhaps). Turns out that the killings were committed by the illegitimate offspring of a nun that had a mutant baby out of wedlock and hid it deep beneath the church. Soundtrack by Goblin. Anamorphic widescreen print with interviews and trailers. DVD

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Pagan Metal: A Documentary (2009)
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Pagan metal is taking over the Black Metal scene in Europe and Bill Zebub is here to explore its slow but steady invasion of America. With live performances from a bunch of bands I’ve never heard of, along with interviews and insight, why not explore the music of Korpiklaani, Primordial, Finntroll, Ensiferum, Tyr, and others? DVD

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Pale Rider (1985)
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Clint Eastwood returned to the western after nine years away with Pale Rider. Seems a corporate mining company is making life hard for a group of independent miners when Preacher (Eastwood) rides into town to become their avenger against hired thug John Russell. With Michael Moriarty, Carrie Snodgrass, Chris Penn, and Richard Kiel. Also includes trailers.

**This is the Blu-ray version of the film and won’t play on standard DVD players.

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Parts of the Family (2005)
SKU: dvdpartsotfamily
Shot on both film as well as video, two different directors attempt one gut wrenching story. What starts out as a typical hostage situation becomes a zombie slaughterfest when a bank robber finds out that he didn’t just take an innocent Swedish girl hostage - He unleashed 100 years of chaos and carnage! Contains two full length movies, out-takes, interviews, and more. Out of print DVD.

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Peter Rottentail (2004)
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While fixing up a newly purchased house, James and Lenny are visited by Peter Rottentail and their working weekend becomes a weekend of horrors. How does the appearance of the Evil Rabbit relate to a birthday party from hell several years back? What does the vial Rabbit want? With a mix of horror and black comedy, you’ll find out when you check out Peter Rottentail! Includes commentary, photo gallery, trailers, and more. DVD

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Phantasm 2 (1988)
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The ball is back, in what is easily the best sequel of the lot. Released after seven years in a mental hospital, Mike and his old pal, Reggie, join forces after the mysterious Tall Man takes out Reggies family. With more “balls” than the original, Phantasm 2 delivers the goods in spades. DVD

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Phantom of the Opera (1989) , The
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Robert England stars as the titular Phantom in one more of the seeming endless remakes of the classic story. Same old story about an Opera singer who needs help to become a star, so a disfigured stranger helps her. I guess this version has some gore in it too. Includes original trailer. Out of print DVD.

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Pigs (1972)
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aka Daddy’s Deadly Darling. Lynn is a mentally left-of-center woman that’s on the run from the law for murdering her sexually abusive father. She takes a job in a small town diner run by Zambrini, a ghoulish pig farmer who delights in feeding corpses to his voracious hogs. As Lynn battles her inner demons and continues to murder any man who tries to get close to her, Zambrini develops a fatherly love for the girl and covers up her crimes with the help of his hungry pigs in this classic grindhouse horror outing. DVD

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Pink Flamingos (1972)
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John Waters cult exploitation classic pits Babs Johnson (Divine) against Raymond and Connie Marble (David Lochary and Mink Stole) to see who can win the title of “The Filthiest Person Alive.” As reining champs, the Marbles will need to pull out all the stops to keep Babs from taking their crown. With Waters regulars Mary Vivian Pearce and Edith Massey as “the egg lady.” Also includes commentary from John Waters and deleted scenes.

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Piranha (2010)
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The state of horror films today is the worst it’s been in the history of film if you ask us. Pathetic remake after pathetic remake of mostly middle of the road original films has left the taste of shit in our collective mouths for years now. One of the few fun remakes released in the past decade was director Alexandre Aja’s Piranha, which actually seemed to capture the fun of the original film for a change. This time around, an underwater tremor unleashes a horde of prehistoric flesh eating fish into the sleepy Lake Victoria just days before it’s set to explode with 50,000 Spring Breakers looking to party down in the sun and have themselves a drunken good time. This blu-ray DVD includes commentary, deleted scenes, ten different behind-the-scenes featurettes, and a deleted storyboard sequence.
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Plague Town (2008)
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An American family visiting their Irish roots, venture into a remote village full of blood hungry mutants in this horror film from director David Gregory. Includes featurette, commentary with the director and producer, and more. DVD
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Plan 9 from Outer Space (1959)
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It’s not just the most popular “bad sci-fi film” ever made, it’s also way better than most of the Hollywood remakes that have come out in the past ten years, which really goes to show you just how little Hollywood thinks of the people they make movies for these days. It’s director Ed Wood’s “Citizen Kane” and well worth watching again and again!… Unlike 99.9% of everything made in Hollywood since the late 1980s. This disc also includes the documentary FLYING SAUCERS OVER HOLLYWOOD, which features interviews with original cast members as well as sci-fi historians and directors like Joe Dante and Sam Raimi. DVD

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Poltergeist (1982)
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“They’re here.” One of director Tobe Hooper’s best films finds the Freeling’s new suburban home overrun with ghosts. Whimsical at first, they turn dark one stormy night... And then get worse! Includes two part documentary and remastered 5.1 digital soundtrack. DVD
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Prey (1978)
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Quirky Norman J. Warren directed horror outing finds the lives of reclusive lesbian lovers Jessica and Josephine thrown into turmoil when they meet up with a stranger near their remote country cottage. After Jessica invites him to stay with them, man-hating Josephine gets jealous while a string of brutal deaths begin in the surrounding countryside. Is the stranger and the deaths connected?... Well, sure they are. This is a Norman Warren film after all. DVD

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Prison A Go-Go (2005)
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From director Barak Epstein comes this homage to the cult classic WIP films of the 1970s. After her sister is abducted, Janie follows the clues back to a woman’s prison in the Philippines. She commits a crime to get inside and comes face to face with the colorful prison population, which includes convict Rhonda Shear, ruthless warden Mary Woronov, your usual batch of vicious guards, a mad scientist conducting genetic experiments, and the assorted zombies, ninjas, mutations, and gratuitous shower scenes every WIP film should have. Includes interviews with the director, behind-the-scenes stuff, and more! DVD

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