Vintage, Japanese, ULTRAMAN, Gatefold, Vinyl Record LP - Ex Used condition
Japanese review translated to English: I once saw “Ultraman 80" itself when I was a kid, songs are used, and when listening to the theme music collection of Ultraman 80, I recall Ultraman 80 at that time And while feeling nostalgia, I am immersed in it.
Rare, Film Score, Cult, Horror, Serial Killer, OST, Soundtrack, Gatefold; Picturedisc 12" Vinyl - Ex Used condition
This cult film score byRobert McNaughton, Steven A. Jones, and Ken Hale features primitive synth drones, ambient electronic cues, hard pounding drum machines, warbling synth bass, bar room jukebox rock ’n roll, and dialogue tracks. This is an original 1991 PICTUREDISC release and includes gatefold cover and fold-out movie poster! Fucken deluxe......
Gore, Disturbing, Horror, Depraved, Torture, Cult, Classic, Offensive; Limited Edition Uncut Blu-ray - Ex Used Condititon
BLOODSUCKING FREAKS has earned a world-wide reputation as being a film unlike anything ever seen before in the history of the cinema. It has been held over in certain theatres across the U.S. for over a full year! BLOODSUCKING FREAKS takes you to a bizarre Off-Broadway theatre of the macabre, operated by a deranged impresario. Inside, sadistic entertainments are staged for his audiences pleasure, including tortures, dismemberments, and other gruesome acts which appear to be faked. When people begin disappearing off the streets of Manhattan, the twisted truth begins to chillingly sink in: these horrifying bloodcurdling acts are not theatrical at all. They are real! You'll be GROSSED OUT by the unique mélange of humor and horror as the impresarios horde of beautiful teenage girls, who are kept in cages and perform on command, take over the show and devise a nasty game of their own! You'll SCREAM YOUR HEAD OFF as the fun climaxes in one of the most unforgettable scenes in movie history! This is the '88 FILMS' (2014) Limited Edition UNCUT Blu-ray release with a bunch of extras, as well as reversible slip case with wonderful artwork.
Lucio Fulci, Giallo, Horror, Supernatural, New York, Italian, Cult, Uncut, Widescreen; DVD - Ex Used condition
Manhattan Baby is Fulci's dive into beautiful imagery. There's some scenes in this one that are genuinely breathtaking.
A medallion from an archaeological dig leaves a man blind. And a family falls into jeopardy after their son disappears into thin air, and their daughter is possessed by an ancient demon. If the budget hadn't been cut for the film, I would imagine that this would be Fulci's most memorable film. People would think 'Manhattan Baby' instead of 'Zombie' when they heard the name Lucio Fulci. Most horror fans haven't seen this one. It's true that MB isn't a film that succumbs to everyone's tastes. This is simply because in most Italian films, it's usually style over substance, which in some cases can leave an unseasoned viewer in total awe at the apparent inept plot line before them. In the case of Italian films, the viewer generally has to pay very close attention to the whole film. Certain plot definers aren't given 'camera-attention' at crucial times at any given time through any given film. In American films, the camera tells the story. The same can be said for Italian cinema, but a lot of times, it's much more subtle in its delivery and can leave one feeling incomplete until they eventually see it again.
Horror, Special Edition, Gore, George Romero, Sequel, 80's; 2xDVD set - Ex Used condition
Return Of the Living Dead is definitely in the running for best zombie film of all time. Dan O'Bannon brings a ton of wit and humor to the Romero-style zombie film, but it still works on a completely earnest, genuine horror level as well. In Return, the original Night Of the Living Dead film was based on a true story, and a pair of night shift employees at a medical supply warehouse have a couple of the zombie corpses in barrelled up in the basement. Of course, they wind up setting them loose, as well as reanimating all the bodies in a nearby cemetery where a gang of punk rockers - including Linnea Quigley in the role of a lifetime - are partying down. This is just one of those situations where everything clicks. It's got a great cast, diverse cast headed by Clu Gulager which clearly benefited from an extended period of rehearsal before filming. Of course there's O'Bannon's clever writing, and thankfully this is one of his films where he really had the budget to see his vision all the way through. It's got a great 80s rock soundtrack and top of the line special effects. It's a blast.
Mad Max, Cult, Film, Australian, Information, Essay, Review; Paperback Book (90 pages) VG Used condition (small damage to rear cover)
Adrian Martin believes that Mad Max is an exploitation movie, Mad Max 2 is an attempt at classicism, and Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome is unquestionably George Miller’s one and only art film. This lively new appreciation of the Mad Max trilogy offers readers intelligent and proactive writing on three of Australia's most prized films.
Mad Max, Cult, Australian, Soundtrack, Score, Rare; CD - Ex Used condition
This is the original first 1993 CD release of the Original Sound Track to the original 1979 Mad Max film, soundtrack created by Brian May. Released on US label Varese Sarabande. Very rare CD release in Ex Used condition.
Japanese, Violent, Unearthed Films, Takashi Miike, Prequel, Gore; DVD - New
Masato Tanno's 1-ICHI is the live action prequel to Takashi Miike's 'Ichi The Killer'. In it, we get to witness the teenage roots of Ichi's manic-depressive beginnings and the origins of his monster-sized kicks. Tanno serves up Ichi's psychological, as well as physical beatings. It has plenty of violence as well as some scenes that will make you shiver. This one follows Ichi in his High school days.
Snuff, Gore, Slasher, Uncut, Uncensored, Cult, Controversial; DVD (Euro Cult) - Ex Used condition
Touted as the film that sparked the urban legend of the "Snuff" film, Snuff (or American Cannibale, as the German version was called) is one of the most legendary Grindhouse efforts of the 70s, a low-budget gore flick directed by Michael and Roberta Findlay. Originally a mere slasher film called Slaughter, it quickly became controversial when the film's distributor, Alan Shackleton, added new scenes to the ending, supposedly showing a woman being murdered by the film crew of Slaughter. This is English language Uncut version.
Nunsploitation, Giallo, Slasher, Gore, Exploitation, Cult: DVD - New
A demented nun sliding through morphine addiction into madness, whilst presiding over a regime of lesbianism, torture and death. Sister Gertrude is the head nurse/nun in a general hospital, whose increasingly psychotic behavior endangers the staff and patients around her. As one might expect from such a fusion of genres, The Killer Nun offers plenty in the way of depravity: Sister Gertrude bullies a frail, old woman (stamping on her false teeth in rage), regularly shoots up with morphine (paid for with stolen jewellery), has casual sex with a complete stranger, and cosies up to her busty, lesbian room-mate Sister Mathieu (played by Italian Playboy Playmate Paola Morra, who kindly provides full frontal nudity); a randy, old, wheelchair-bound man proves he's still got it by getting a younger woman to ride him hard during a rainstorm; new physician Dr. Patrick Roland (Joe Dallesandro) has a crack at curing Sister Mathieu of her lesbianism; a woman gets needles and scalpels pushed into her face by the murderer; and a guy is dropped from a great height onto his head.
Mondo, Shockumentary, Deathumentary, Zine, Independent, Rare, USA: Zine - New
MONDO MYSTERIUM #1: Independent US Mondo photocopied zine including 3 ultra rare DVD-R Mondo films per issue + accompanying essays. This is fan made, bloody brilliant, and these films are rare and hard to find anywhere else... This is for collectors and those who know how truly cool this is.