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Man from Deep River (1972)
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Man from Deep River. After Ivan Rassimov accidentally stabs a guy in a bar fight he high tails it down to the Amazon to get away for awhile. Things go from bad to worse when he’s captured by a tribe of savages and put through a series of excruciating tortures before the tribe accepts him and they head out to fend off the cannibals who are out to kill and eat them. One of the first of the mondo cannibal films from director Umberto Lenzi. Uncut, widescreen print includes interview with the director, photos, trailers, and more. Out of print DVD.

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Man with the Screaming Brain (2004) , The
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Bruce Campbell directs and stars in this mad doctor horror-comedy. Campbell plays a seedy industrialist with plans for a tax scam that will rake him in millions. Meanwhile, mad scientist Stacy Keach and his assistant (Ted Raimi) have just created a drug that can connect human brains. When Campbell is killed after a tryst with a sexy hotel maid, Keach reanimates him by transplanting part of the brain from a KGB agent into his skull. Now the greedy American capitalist has to work with the communist in order to track down the beautiful gypsy who killed them both. Widescreen print, with commentary by Bruce Campbell and the films producer, two different featurettes, trailer, behind-the-scenes footage and more. Now out of print DVD.

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Maniac Cop (1987)
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Innocent people are being brutally killed on the streets of New York by a uniformed police officer. After his wife is murdered, patrolman Jack Forrest (Bruce Campbell) finds himself the main suspect. Lieutenant Frank McCrae (Tom Atkins) investigates, and as the death toll rises, begins to suspect a police cover up may be hiding the identity of the real killer. Remastered high-def print with commentary, trailer and TV spots, scenes filmed for Japanese release, all new featurette with “maniac cop” himself, Bob Z’Dar and more. DVD

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Maniac Cop (1987)
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Blu-ray Disc - Innocent people are being brutally killed on the streets of New York by a uniformed police officer. After his wife is murdered, patrolman Jack Forrest (Bruce Campbell) finds himself the main suspect. Lieutenant Frank McCrae (Tom Atkins) investigates, and as the death toll rises, begins to suspect a police cover up may be hiding the identity of the real killer. Remastered high-def print includes interviews with “maniac cop” himself, Bob Z’Dar, Tom Atkins, and Danny Hicks; promotional artwork, additional scenes filmed for Japanese TV, trailers and more. Blu-ray Disc

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Manson Family (2005) , The
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10th Anniversary Blu-ray DVD - After what seemed to be a lifetime of waiting, Jim Van Bebber’s film that started out as “Charlie’s Family” was finally finished and released in 2005. We all know the story of Charlie Manson and his “family” so hey, no need to get into plot, right? Just know that you get a ton of extra stuff, including commentary from director Van Bebber, trailers, photos, two different documentaries on the making of the film, and an interview with Charles Manson himself and more. Blu-ray Disc
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Manson Family Movies (1984)
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There was a rumor that Charles Manson and his “family” once stole film equipment and filmed their exploits up through the murder spree. In response, director John Aes-Nihil recreated what those home movies may have looked like. Intentionally a bit amateurish, the effects are actually quite good. Includes commentary by the director, out-takes, an interview with Manson himself, original murder photos, and original Charles Manson artwork.

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Mark of the Devil (1970)
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The grandaddy witchfinder movie of all times is available uncut and widescreen on DVD. Join Herbert Lom, Udo Kier, Herbert Fux and ultra creepy Reggie Nalder as they rape, torture, dismember and burn nubile young women in the name of all that is right. Directory commentary, interviews, trailers, radio spots, poster and still gallery and more! DVD

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Mars Needs Women (1967)
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Unbelievable sci-fi turkey from director Larry Buchanan features ex-Disney darling Tommy Kirk as an alien sent to Earth in order to gather up women to help repopulate their planet. The fine folks at NASA uncover the interplanetary poaching of women and set about to kick some Martian ass. Yvonne Craig, in all of her charming “Bat Girl” adorability, costars as Tommy’s female love interest. Wonderfully worth owning, out of print DVD.

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Meat Weed Madness (2006)
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Meatweed Manor is nestled on a plantation that grows the most powerful ganja on the planet. Trouble is that they use human flesh to grow their dope and when smoked, the wacky weed sends hot chicks into flights of passion that can only be called meatweed madness. One day, four lovely Southern belles find themselves drawn to Meatweed Manor just as three murderous bad girls go crazy from smoking the meatweed and are punished by becoming the very weed they crave. Needless to say, thing go from bad to worse quickly. Includes a short film from the director, commentary, and a bunch of Troma extras we can never get through when watching Troma releases. Out of print DVD

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Metal Retardation (2008)
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Bill Zebub conducts interviews with some of metal’s masters, including guys from Finntrol, King Diamond, Type O Negative, Darkthrone, My Dying Bride, Candlemass, Nevermore, Venom, Gwar, S.O.D., Tyr, Turisas, Enslaved, Cannibal Corpse, Leaves Eyes, Archenemy, and Ensiferum. DVD

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Metalheads: The Good, The Bad, The Evil (2008)
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Bill Zebub’s latest is a slacker comedy for those who don’t hang out in malls or read comics. Join Bill, his cranky girlfriend Elaine, and buddy Rich, as they cross paths with local oddballs, neighborhood dealers, delinquents, and fellow metalheads in a slice of Jersey life Kevin Smith wouldn’t touch. DVD

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MGM 4 Horror Movies
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From MGM comes the most generic titled horror film collection we’ve ever seen. But you get a cool, if not weirdly eclectic mix of films, including the cult horror-comedy classic, THE RETURN OF THE LIVING DEAD (1984), the comic book inspired Wes Craven outing THE SWAMP THING (1982), Roger Corman’s classic A BUCKET OF BLOOD (1959) and Ray Milland as a crotchety southern racist and bug hater in FROGS (1972). You really can’t go wrong if you’re looking for a couple of great double features.
4 movies on 2 DVDs.

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Midnight (1982)
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Determined to escape the clutches of her drunken stepfather after her mother’s death, Nancy Johnson decides to leave home and hitchhike to California. Along the way, she runs into two seemingly harmless guys and they all wind up captured by a family of blood-drinkers that halfheartedly worship Satan and talk to their mother’s corpse. It’s one of John Russo’s best films, with effects from Tom Savini to boot.

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Midnight Meat Train (2008) , The
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The Midnight Meat Train. Struggling photographer, Leon Kauffman, has always been drawn to dark subject matter. When his obsession leads him into the path of a serial killer who stalks late night subway commuters and butchers them in gruesome ways, his life will be forever changed. Based on the short story by Clive Barker, Midnight Meat Train delivers the goods. Includes featurette on Clive Barker, the anatomy of a murder scene, and Mahogany’s tale (a look at the serial killer). Plus, trailers, and commentary with director Ryuhei Kitamura and Clive Barker. DVD

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Millennium Crisis (2007)
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Eons ago, the violent race of aliens known as the Kluduthu started a galactic war that actually kept their race alive. Now, hungry for history to repeat itself, the Kluduthu attack the Andromedeans with a secret weapon - the chameleon like humanoid known as “Bloodmask”. Enter Aurora. A similar, yet more peaceful alien that doesn’t know about her powers until she’s taken to the place where it all began. Now Aurora is out to save herself from becoming the the evil Kluduthu’s ultimate killing machine. Includes interviews with stars of the film, including Ted Raimi, effects documentary, commentary with producer and director and trailers.

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Mister Scarface (1974)
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Tony works as a debt collector for the Italian mob and dreams of one day striking it rich. By chance, he meets up with another enforcer who was just beaten and fired by the ruthless crime boss, “Mr. Scarface” Manzari (Jack Palance), and has a weird flashback. Seems that Manzari shot Tony’s father when Tony was a young boy and now he’s out to avenge his father’s death. To do so, he hatches a scheme that winds up successful... Until “Mr. Scarface” finds out. He’s not about to let Tony get away with his money! DVD

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Monster Squad (1987) , The
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Count Dracula has risen. He’s got until midnight to retrieve an ancient amulet that will give him control over the balance of good and evil in the world so he calls on some ol’ friends to help him retrieve it: Frankenstein’s monster, the Wolfman, the Gillman, and a Mummy. The only thing standing in Drac’s way is a band of kids calling themselves The Monster Squad and they aim to put a stop to his evil plans in this cult horror-comedy from director Fred Dekker. DVD

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Monster that Challenged the World (1957) , The
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After an earthquake under the polluted Sultan Sea unearths a nest of giant bloodsucking snails, Lieutenant John Twillinger needs to either stop the prehistoric crustaceans from eating the locals, or step back and watch the fun. Out of print DVD.

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Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit "Special 6-DVD Edition"
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Japanese anime (broadcast on adult swim) about Prince Chagum, who’s been imbued with the power to stave off drought and bring new life to his empire. When he’s accused of being possessed by evil spirits, his punishment is death by the hands of his own father. Salvation comes in the guise of Balsa, a spear woman and mercenary from the mountains who is bound to a mysterious vow to save eight souls before she dies. Will Prince Chagum be her eighth soul, or will she fail fending off an entire empire and its armies? This special edition contains the first ten complete episodes of the series on six DVDs.

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Mortuary (2006)
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The decrepit, long abandoned Fowler Funeral Home has become a local legend. Disfigured Bobby Fowler disappeared one day. Ten years later, his parents were found murdered and locals believe that Bobby not only committed the crime, but is still alive and well. When the Doyle’s buy the place and hope to fix it up, they soon discover what happened to the Fowler’s and what still lurks within the grounds of the estate. Creepy horror stuff from director Tobe Hooper, hot on the heels of his enjoyable Toolbox Murders remake. Widescreen print with trailer, commentary, behind-the-scenes and more. DVD

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Mother's Day (1980)
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A trio of former college roommates decide to spend their annual weekend reunion camping on the shores of a beautiful lake. It isn’t long before the women are captured by Ike and Addley, two backwood degenerates who will do anything to please their demented mother. She likes to direct the boys in acts of violence and rape against the women until they band together to get their revenge on the degenerate trio. This twisted little black comedy from Lloyd Kaufman’s brother, Charlie Kaufman, is one of the best films Troma ever released. Includes commentary, a behind-the-scenes video, and trailer.

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Mothra vs Godzilla (1964)
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aka Godzilla vs The Thing. A typhoon washes a giant egg ashore and two tiny twin fairies soon appear trying to have the egg returned to Mothra’s island. Too late. Greedy promoters have already turned it into an attraction. Meanwhile, Godzilla reawakens and begins to once again trample Japan, making its way towards the giant egg. Now it’s time for Mothra to stand up to the big brut and attempt to save her offspring from destruction, big monster style, before it’s too late. You get both the original Japanese and American versions of the film, complete with commentary, original movie poster gallery, trailers and more. DVD
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Mummy's Kiss (2003)
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Amusingly cheesy soft sex mummy flick from director Don Glut. 3,000 years ago, an evil Egyptian sorceress was buried alive for indulging in pleasures of the flesh. Now, her mummy has been brought to modern day LA and the removal of a golden death mask brings her back in all of her lesbian splendor. Now, with the help of her zombie-like servant, she’s out to reclaim the lost love of her life, whose spirit just happens to be living inside the body of a lovely female archaeology student. Along the way, she seduces several female students. With Richard Lynch as a professor. Includes commentary with director Glut, behind the scenes footage and bloopers, and trailers. Now out of print DVD.

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Mutant (1984)
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Wings Hauser and Lee Montgomery are two brothers who get stranded in a small southern town where toxic waste is turning townsfolk into blue-faced zombies. They team up with sheriff Bo Hopkins to investigate in this B horror outing from director John “Bud” Cardos. DVD

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My Bloody Valentine (1981)
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Twenty years after a Valentine’s Day tragedy, a psycho wearing miner’s garb starts killing the people of Valentine’s Bluff and hacking out his victim’s hearts with a pick axe. One of the best “slasher” flicks from the early 80’s was neutered by cuts from the MPAA. DVD

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My Bloody Valentine 3-D (2009)
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The first My Bloody Valentine still remains one of the best “slasher” films the 80’s had to offer. This remake is, well, not as good and not as gory as the original by a long shot, but was a fun gimmick movie none the less, boasting some great 3-D effects. This widescreen, 103 minute, 3-D version comes with four pair of 3-D glasses for viewing and includes commentary from the director. DVD

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Nail Gun Massacre (1985)
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Following the brutal gang bang style rape of a young woman by a group of Texas construction workers, a mysterious figure wearing a motorcycle helmet begins hunting the sleaze bags down and making them pay... With their lives! The masked avenger’s weapon of choice? A nail gun, naturally. Why a nail gun? Because as the tag line suggests, “It’s cheaper than a chainsaw”, that’s why! Chock full of more deaths than any two films made the same year, Nail Gun Massacre is sure to please any fan into cheesy, low budget, camp horror. Widescreen print, out-takes, trailer, and a new featurette with director Terry Lofton. Now out of print DVD.

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Naked Horror (1995)
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Cheesy little SOV gem from the era when “Scream Queen” was beat to death and lost any real meaning it may have ever to that point. Plot? not really. A security guard at a horror convention gets everything he wanted in life when a few hot chicks, including Kelly Smith, Jasmine St. Claire, Melissa Silver, Stacy Warfel, and Debbie D strip in front of him and include him in their “bedroom games.” Also includes the second feature, ATTACK OF THE 40 FOOT TALL INCREDIBLY SHRINKING WOMAN. When two couples break into a closed down military compound, they discover two vials in an old lab. One girl spills one of the vials on herself while the other dips her finger in the other. Soon enough, one girl is growing our of her clothing while the other begins shrinking. (18+ for nudity) DVD

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Natural Born Killers (1994) Director's Cut
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Director Oliver Stone comes out with both guns blazing when he takes on violence and the media obsession over serial killers Mickey and Mallory (Woody Harrelson and Juliette Lewis). This is the 122 minute director’s cut of the film. Also includes commentary and introduction from Oliver Stone, featurette, deleted scenes, interview, alternate ending, and more.

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Nesting (1981) , The
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In an attempt to cure her writer’s block, novelist Lauren Cochran decides to leave the city and rent a big old house in the country. Unaware of the houses shocking history, people around her begin to suffer increasingly violent deaths. Slowly, Lauren begins to unravel the truth about the house and its past but will she escape from the place or will she herself become just another victim of The Nesting? Includes deleted and extended scenes, trailers, TV spots and a poster and still gallery. DVD

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