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Amando De Ossorio: Director
SKU: dvdadeossorio
This is the special disc that only came in blue underground’s Tombs of the Blind Dead box set. It contains the “Last Templar” documentary on de Ossorio, interview with de Ossorio, and a farewell tribute to the Spanish film maker when he passed. DVD

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Amazon Jail (1982)
SKU: dvdamazonjail
Deep in the Amazon jungle, a group of women escape a group of whip-cracking white slavers only to fall into the hands of a perverted priest whose followers just adore painted women. Caught between bounty hunters and horny holy henchmen, it’s a battle of wits, weapons, and feminine wiles as the desperate damsels trade it all to escape this poison paradise alive. Sleazy South American WIP stuff from Oswaldo de Oliveria, the man who brought the world Bare Behind Bars a couple of years earlier. This widescreen, uncut print is definitely 18+ rated. DVD

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Antichrist (1974) , The
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Left paralyzed by the trauma of a childhood accident, a young woman is placed under hypnosis to see if it can help her overcome her illness. It doesn’t. She’s possessed by some sort of demon and her only salvation is a harrowing exorcism that will either help cast out the devil or open the door for the birth of the Antichrist. Released with heavy cuts as The Tempter in the States, this puke-spewing Italian Exorcist rip off is presented here uncut and widescreen with director interview, TV spot, and poster gallery. Now out of print, so supplies limited. DVD

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Bird with Crystal Plumage (1970) , The
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Dario Argento’s first feature length “thriller” is visually exciting and quite interesting in a Hitchcock sort of way. Tony Musante is an American writer in Rome. He witnesses a murder through a large art gallery window and before you know it, the police won’t let him leave the country until the murder is solved, but the killer threatens his girlfriend’s life if he doesn’t leave... Add in an excellent Ennio Morricone music score and the chills run deep. This blu-ray DVD includes the original trailer and complete soundtrack.

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Cannibal Ferox (1980) aka Make Them Die Slowly
SKU: dvdcannibalferox
aka Make Them Die Slowly. When college student Lorraine grabs up a few friends and heads into the Columbian jungle to disprove the theory of cannibalism, she didn’t count on a sleazy drug dealer (played by John Morghen) mucking things up by raping and killing a native girl. The tribe seeks revenge by capturing, torturing, killing, and eating everyone except Lorraine, who gets away to ponder that whole cannibalism thing for the rest of her life. this is Umberto Lenzi’s gut-munching cannibal classic, widescreen and uncut. Includes commentary from director Lenzi and star John Morghen, trailers, photos and posters, and a new interview with the director that was done for this DVD release.

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Celluloid Bloodbath: More Prevues from Hell (2012)
SKU: dvdcelluloidbb
It’s more or less Mad Ron’s Previews From Hell Part 2, when you get another 61 trailers from Drive-In and Grindhouse classic like THE TWILIGHT PEOPLE, FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR, LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD AND THE MONSTERS, SUGAR HILL, and so many more! Everything from HG Lewis to Dario Argento films are presented, with a ton of alternate trailers we’ve never seen before. Celluloid Bloodbath features introductions and commentary from film makers, actors, critics, fans, and industry professionals that include several past Cinema Wasteland guests like Linnea Quigley, Ginger Lynn, Caroline Munro, Michelle Bauer, and William Forsythe, to CW Staff members like 42nd Street Pete, Art Ettenger, and CW promoter Ken Kish, as well as cream of the crop horror personalities like John Zacherle, and the returning Happy (the zombie) Goldsplatt. If you’re looking for a trailer fix, CB will do you right! Includes photo and poster gallery, promotional trailers, behind-the-scenes footage and bloopers. DVD

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Clive Barker's Salome (1973) and The Forbidden (1978)
SKU: dvdclivebarker
Two early short films from Clive Barker feature Barker and his life long pal, Doug “Pinhead” Bradley. Also includes interviews with Barker, Bradley, and other key players. Out of print DVD.

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Cujo (1983)
SKU: dvdcujo
Dee Wallace stars in this tale of a dog gone rabid. Not just any dog mind you, but a large St. Bernard named Cujo. Owned by the town’s mechanic (Ed Lauter), Cujo goes on a rampage just about the time that Wallace and her son (Danny Pintauro) take their decrepit car for repairs at the mechanics remote farm house. Includes commentary by director Lewis Teague. DVD

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Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)
SKU: dvddarknightscarecrowbr
One of the better, and more sought after made for TV films. After young Marylee Williams is found viciously mauled, the town forms a mob that accuse, track down, and kill her retarded friend Bubba Ritter after they find him hiding out inside a scarecrow. When they discover they made a mistake, a strange apparition begins stalking them down and the legend of the Scarecrow begins. Includes commentary from the writer and director, documentary, Q&A with some of the stars of the film, various TV promos, and more. Blu-ray

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Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)
SKU: dvddarkntscarecrow
One of the better, and more sought after made for TV films made, has finally been released to DVD. After young Marylee Williams is found viciously mauled, the town forms a gang of knuckle draggers that accuse, track down, and kill her retarded friend Bubba Ritter after they find him hiding out inside a scarecrow. When they discover they made a mistake, a strange apparition begins stalking them down and the legend of the Scarecrow begins. Includes commentary from director Frank DeFelitta, and a CBS TV promo. DVD

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Day of the Dead (1985)
SKU: dvddayotd
George Romero’s bleak third installment in his undead zombie saga grows better with age. New high def transfer on this Scream Factory release includes a new documentary, audio commentary by George Romero, Tom Savini, and actress Lori Cardille, behind the scenes footage, trailers, and more.

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Deep Red (1975)
SKU: dvddeepred
David Hemmings is a pianist living in Rome. One night, he witnesses a brutal murder and quickly gets drawn into the crime when the killer sets his sights on him as his next victim. Considered one of director Dario Argento’s best films, this is the widescreen, uncensored, 105 minute English lauguage print of the film. Includes trailers, music videos, and interviews with Dario Argento, the co-writer, and the band, Goblin, who did the original music for the film. DVD

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Demons Among Us (2008)
SKU: dvddemonsamong
Trying to get away and find some peace and quiet, Joe Melton moves to the country. Unfortunately, about the same time Joe moves to Miranda Falls, the locals of the little town are being slaughtered by demons and poor Joe goes off the deep end. Now Joe and his talking axe may be the only thing between a demon invasion and human salvation. Includes behind the scenes featurette, deleted scenes, trailer, short film and one of those complete waste of time introductions by Troma’s Lloyd Kaufman. DVD

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Document of the Dead (1979)
SKU: dvddocdead
Roy Frumkes amazing documentary on horror director George Romero was filmed as he was working on his zombie classic, Dawn of the Dead. An intimate look at Romero’s creative process, this film contains a wealth of behind-the-scenes footage from the shooting of Dawn, as well as makeup effects footage, scenes from other Romero films, interviews with cast and crew members and more. This is the uncut version of Document of the Dead. It contains almost 6 minutes worth of footage that was deleted from the original release of the film, as well as a new segment Frumkes shot ten years later on the set of Romero’s “Two Evil Eyes” segment. A must for all Dawn of the Dead and Romero fans if ever I saw one! Out of print. DVD

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Don't Torture a Duckling (1972)
SKU: dvddonttortureduck
When several young boys are found murdered in a small town, it could only be the child-molesting Catholic Priest doing the job, right? You betcha it is! Still, just because the “twist ending’ isn’t so much a twist these days, this uncut thriller from director Lucio Fulci is still well worth watching. DVD

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Double Feature: Gamera vs Guiron (1969) & Gamera vs Jiger (1970)
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Gamera vs Guiron (1969) & Gamera vs Jiger (1970). Our giant flying turtle, Gamera, is out to save a couple of kids from brain-eating space beauties while taking on the giant monster Guiron in GAMERA VS GUIRON (aka Attack of the Monsters). Gamera invades Expo ‘70 to battle the spear-spiting Jiger in GAMERA VS. JIGER (aka Gamera vs. Monster X). Includes both the original Japanese language, as well as the English dubbed versions of the films. DVD

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Double Feature: Hip, Hot and 21 (1967) & Hot Thrills and Warm Chills (1967)
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A double dose of sin-filled sixties “roughies” that begins with Hip, Hot and 21: The story of hillbilly honey Diane. After her stepfather sells her for fifty bucks to studly Rick, he abandons her and sends Diane into the arms of lesbian drug dealer where she befriends a junkie, gets involved in murder and rips off the Mob. In Hot Thrills and Warm Chills, a trio of galpals steal a diamond crown during Mardi Gras and run for their lives... Straight into a local cemetery! Trailers, shorts, photos, stills and more! DVD

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Double Feature: Hooked (1957) & The Flaming Teen-age (1956)
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It’s a delinquent double feature! Lieutenant Lacey begins to investigate the disappearance of 17 year old Ray in Hooked. What he uncovers is a small town that is chock full of hip teens eager to “get hooked” and that Ray was killed trying to buy a fix on credit. The Flaming Teenager is the story of Fred Garland. Fred is a liquor-lovin’ talent agent and swindler who gets hooker on heroin and ends up becoming... what else... a preacher! Trailers, short films, and more! DVD

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Double Feature: Murder A La Mod (1967) & The Moving Finger (1963)
SKU: dvddfmurdermoving
Karen learns that her boyfriend Christopher earns a living making nudie movies with a creep named Otto. She believes that Chris is only making adult flicks in order to earn enough money to marry her, so she steals some cash for him. Sadly, while attempting to deliver it, she is confronted by Otto and his ice pick... It’s MURDER A LA MOD... It’s also Brian de Palma’s first feature film, FINALLY available in any form. THE MOVING FINGER is typical 60s exploitation. $90,000 in stolen cash shakes up a bunch of grubby bohemians when they discover a wounded bank robber hiding in the basement of their coffee house. Includes a ton of extra stuff! DVD

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Double Feature: Night of the Bloody Apes (1972 & Feast of Flesh (1967)
SKU: dvddfnightfeast
Double Feature: Night of the Bloody Apes (1972) and Feast of Flesh (1967). Crazy Dr. Krellman gives his sick son Julio the heart of a gorilla and transforms him into a “horrible half beast, half man” that runs around attacking women and mutilating men in this cult favorite NIGHT OF THE BLOODY APES from director Rene Cardona. It’s up to a pair of masked female wrestlers to stop the monster’s rampage before his crazy doctor dad transplants half the hearts in Mexico into monkey-monster-Julio. In FEAST OF FLESH, a crackpot in a monster mask is out poking people with syringes and transforming women into drugged out love slaves. Also includes over an hours worth of bonus material, including trailers, outtakes, short films and more! DVD

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Double Feature: Psycho Lover (1970) & The Heat of Madness (1966), The
SKU: dvddfpsycolover
A couple of twisted sickies the likes of which nobody makes these days! Psycho killer, Marco, believes that he’s just dreaming about killing women. He becomes the patient of a slimy psychiatrist and the doc decides to have Marco murder his wife so he can marry his young mistress in THE PSYCHO LOVER. Johnny’s an oddball photographer who gets a job taking photos for a book called Great Sex Murders. The fake violence fuels the guy with THE HEAT OF MADNESS and before you know it, Johnny believes one of his models is actually his fiancee and he goes berserk. Also includes trailers, short films and more! DVD

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Dracula Prince of Darkness (1965)
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Four tourists find themselves stranded in the mysterious village of Karlsbad, a sinister and remote village with a dark and deadly legend attached to it. When the English tourists arrive at what seems to be an abandoned castle, a nightmarish destiny awaits them when they resurrect a blood-craving beast known as Count Dracula. A Hammer Films classic, with Christopher Lee, Barbara Shelly, and Andrew Keir. The blu-ray release includes commentary by Christopher Lee and other cast members, a World of Hammer episode about Christopher Lee, a documentary, trailer, and more.
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Fear No Evil (1981)
SKU: dvdfearnoevil
Shy, awkward high school nerd Andrew has a horrible secret. You see, dorky Andrew was born the Antichrist. And while senior year can be hell for some teens, Andrew unleashes the real thing, complete with zombies and plenty of death. An 80’s drive-in classic, complete with cool punk soundtrack, decent effects, and enough gore and death to satisfy even the most jaded of gorehounds. Widescreen print, complete with commentary by director Frank LaLoggia, behind-the-scenes footage, trailer, TV spots and more. Out of print DVD.

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Frankenhooker (1990)
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Blu-Ray Disc - James Lorinz, stars as “Jeffrey Franken,” your typical well meaning, yet fumbling inventor. After he decapitates his girlfriend with a supped up lawn mower, he becomes obsessed with restoring her. He invents a batch of “super crack” that causes the user to explode and murders a group of hookers with it in order to rebuild his girl. He uses all the best parts to reconstruct a new body and places his girls head on the torso, but things go from bad to worse real quick when all he manages to do is to unleash “Frankenhooker” on the world at large. A hilarious parody from writer/director Frank Henenlotter, with great performances from the cast. Extras include commentary by Frank Henenlotter and effects man Gabe Bartalos, featurettes on star Patty Mullen and creating the make up effects, trailer and more. Blu-Ray Disc.

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Gorgo (1961)
SKU: dvdgorgobr
Blu-ray Disc Ultimate Collector’s Edition - A salvage ship is nearly sunk off the Irish coast by an undersea earthquake. A few nights later, something gets caught in the nets of a fishing boat and the fishermen capture a sixty foot sea monster they call Gorgo. Gorgo is taken to London with plans to exploit the beast in a circus, but scientists make a shocking discovery... Gorgo is just a baby. And when “mom” comes looking for her baby, Gorgo, all hell breaks loose as she leaves a trail of destruction across England. Big monster fun with with special effects from academy award winner Tom Howard. Widescreen feature includes mini-documentary, photos, toy and collectible gallery, before and after restoration gallery, original trailer and more.

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Home Sick (2007)
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Bill Moseley is a smiling maniac that shows up with a briefcase full of razor blades to a lame ass party for Claire that her friends are throwing. He forces the party goers to identify people they hate, and before you know it, a black hooded supernatural figure is killing off all of the named victims. With zero plot to get in the way of the bloodshed, Home Sick offers up 89 minutes of nonstop gore guaranteed to please. Shot on video mainstay Tiffany Shepis shows up, and look for Tom Towels in a throwaway role as a crazed chili and gun loving militia man. Includes commentary by director and writer, deleted opening sequence, featurette, short film and interview with Bill Moseley. DVD

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Humongous (1982)
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A group of teens out for a weekend boating trip find themselves stranded on the mysterious “Dog Island” when they run aground in the fog and their boat catches fire. As they head off to find shelter, they discover a single isolated house and thinking it abandoned, enter for the night. That’s when things start to get interesting. An under rated stalk and slash type of horror film from the early 80s is well worth watching if you’ve never seen it. And it’s worth a second viewing if you have since this is an uncut print. Presented as part of Katarina’s Nightmare Theater series, so you can watch it with your hostess, Katarina, or just watch the film itself. Also includes an alternate pre-credit sequence, commentary with director Paul Lynch (and others), and the original trailer.

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King Kong (1933) 2-Disc Special Edition
SKU: dvdkingkong
We just wouldn’t feel right if we didn’t stock the restored and remastered classic. Commentary from Ray Harryhausen and Ken Ralston, movie trailer collection from producer/director Marian Cooper, seven part documentary on the Making of Kong and more. DVD

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Last House in the Woods (2006) , The
SKU: dvdlasthousewoods
Young lovers escape a group of bullies out to kick their ass by taking refuge with a seemingly kind and understanding older couple. They find out too late that this pair has a dark hidden secret hidden away in their last house in the woods. Called the best and/or goriest Italian horror film made in years by several critics, how can you go wrong? Widescreen print, in English or Italian, with commentary by director Gabriele Albanesi, short film, behind the scenes stuff, and trailer. 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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