The TRAILER TRASH 2-DVD COLLECTION proudly presents over five hours of the wildest, sexiest, goriest, campiest, most outrageous trailers ever committed to DVD, from contemporary cult erotica to hilarious sexy spoofs to extreme horror to grindhouse sexploitation and everything in between. These are trailers meant to shock, astonish, and titilate with content that is 100% uncut and uncensored…trailers you will never see in your local multiplex for fear of inducing an audience uprising!
Camp Motion Pictures’ DVD-ON-Demand Series brings you movies previously unreleased on DVD...to DVD!
Traumatized by vampires as a young man, David Gray grows into an adult dedicated to fighting the bloodthirsty forces of evil. He's called to the remote New England village of Cortempierre, in which innocent humans have become the victims of witches and vampires.
A black and white, 16mm film featuring a pernicious practitioner of black magic (Katie Bordeaux) performing a malevolent voodoo ritual, in order to seek some morbid retribution from a reclusive ex-lover (Misty Mundae). The motive behind the exhibition is ambiguous but inevitable, as the vindictive priestess hexes her victim in dreams, in consciousness, and ultimately in death.
3-Disk DVD Set Includes: Millie’s Homecoming, Weirdos and the Oddballs, Sample West Coast One-Day-Wonder Eduardo Cemano is one of the bona fide pioneers of XXX filmmaking, a cineaste who wasn’t afraid to allow the sex act to blossom at the center of his creative efforts, a free spirit who truly believed that sex and artistic liberty were deeply and intimately connected.
All hell's breaking loose in the most gruesome "women behind bars" film ever made! Women's Prison Massacre is renowned Italian exploitation maestro Bruno Mattei\'s (Hell of the Living Dead) bloody sequel to his 1982 cult classic Caged Women. Also known as Emanuelle Escapes from Hell and Blade Violent, Women\'s Prison Massacre stars the beautiful Laura Gemser - notorious from several Emanuelle films. It is presented here UNCUT pre-mastered in glorious Hi-Definition.
Hard-boiled detective figures were a noteworthy staple in early 1970s grindhouse, manifesting themselves in some of the earliest “hard action” productions coming out of L. A. Characters like “Nicky Butane,” “Sam Dobbs” and “Johnny Wadd” preceded the “neo-noir” new wave launched by Hollywood blockbusters such as Chinatown (1974) and The Long Goodbye (1973) and proved successful enough with audiences to inspire sequels and spin-offs.