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A Blade in the Dark $6.99
Lamberto Bava (son of Mario, protege of Dario Argento) shows his roots with this bloody and brutal giallo thriller. Widescreen, 104 min, not rated. Includes "Behind the Blade" featurette.
Curse of the Devil $5.99
Spanish horror star Paul Naschy stars once again as Waldemar Daninsky, the nobleman werewolf from his previous three films. Suspenseful and filled with the gothic atmosphere that became his trademark. 1973. Widescreen, 84 min, not rated. Includes Naschy interview.
Dead End Drive In $5.99
A man whose car stalls at the Star Drive-In finds himself trapped in a bizarre and terrifying situation. The drive-in is really a scrapheap for society's castoffs, a government sponsored concentration camp, where the weak and unemployed are fed a steady diet of junk food, music and movies. Widescreen, 87 min, Rated R. SOLD
Return of the Living Dead $5.99
Features: Theatrical trailer, Commentary from Director/Writer Dan O'Bannon and Production Designer William Stout, "Designing the Dead" Featurette, Conceptual Art by William Stout, TV Spots, Widescreen letterbox format. Rated R.
The Ring (aka "Ringu") $5.99
This is it, the ORIGINAL 1998, Hideo Nakata flick that started it all. After the death of her cousin Tomoko, reporter Reiko hears stories of a videotape that kills everyone who sees it exactly one week after viewing. At first she discounts the rumors, but when she learns that Tomoko's friend (who watched the video with her) died at exactly the same time, she begins to investigate. After viewing the tape herself, strange things start happening, and so she teams up with her ex-husband to try to stop the death clock that has once again begun ticking. Japanese with English subtitles. 95 min. Unated. (Full Review).
Running Time $14.99
Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock's 1948 film ROPE, RUNNING TIME is the second feature film in history to attempt the technique of one continuous shot--filmed in real time, entirely on location on the streets of Los Angeles. Don't blink! In a race against the clock, Carl (Bruce Campbell) launches a full-scale heist to steal mob money from the prison that just released him. When everything goes horribly wrong, tough decisions have to be made, and quick. Frenetic fun with fine performances all around. B&W, 70 min, Unrated. Directed by Josh Becker of the original Sam Raimi, Bruce Campbell crew.
Werewolves on Wheels $8.99
A biker gang visits a monastery where they encounter black-robed monks engaged in worshipping Satan. When the monks try to persuade one of the female bikers, Helen, to become a satanic sacrifice the bikers smash up the monastery and leave. The monks have the last laugh, though, as Helen, as a result of the satanic rituals, is now possessed and at night changes into a werewolf, with dire results for the biker gang. Color, 79 min, Rated R. SOLD
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