A double dose of grindy ‘70s skin flicks that played the storefront “shoe-box” theaters on 8th Avenue in NYC, presented by the King of the Deuce – 42nd Street Pete!
Orgy of the Dolls – An unsuspecting woman stumbles upon a strange doll shop featuring life-size dolls. Lurking in the shadows is the “Professor” – the puppet master who is secretly turning people into dolls to fulfill his weirdest desires.
An Alternative Cinema Exclusive! Limited Collector’s Edition VHS of the original found-footage shocker – lost for 25 years! – written and directed by Jack Perez (Some Guy Who Kills People), produced by Mick Wynhoff and starring Danny Bonaduce (TV’s The Partridge Family). Before Man Bites Dog. Before The Blair Witch Project. Before Paranormal Activity…there was America’s Deadliest Home Video!
In this bawdy West Germany comedy, Johnny has been left an inheritance by his recently deceased uncle- an infamous ladies' man. But there's a catch: Johnny has 7 days to bed the last 7 women his uncle seduced. Will he make the count, or go down trying? I Like the Girls Who Do is a hilarious romp through 1970s German bedrooms, available as a DVD-On-Demand release - with fully interactive menus and extras - from Seduction Cinema Studios.
Wild Game Can Also Be Human…
Every town has its secrets. During one terrifying night, Gloster, Louisiana, lets its darkest one out. Deep in the woods of southern Louisiana, a masked killer stalks members of a local hunting club.
This collection features two weird and bizarre “backyard” features shot in 1998. Yes, they were literally shot in someone’s back yard! These videos were previously only available on VHS through the Alternative Cinema mail-order catalog. Featured on this collection is “Chloroformed and Cloned Co-Ed” and “The Strangled Wife.”
Night Terrors delivers three gore-filled tales of shock and terror! A resentful older sister fills her brother's head with bizarre tales of terror, blood-soaked memories and nightmares of perversion after learning that she must baby-sit and miss a party.
In this hilariously low-brow spoof, an incompetent but well-intentioned group of ghost hunters tackle a series of paranormal mysteries with mixed results. Directed by Chris Seaver, the mind behind Sexquatch and Mulva 2: Kill Teen Ape!
DVDTalk called it, “an instant exploitation classic.” Filmthreat exclaimed, “a classic piece of B-Movie Entertainment.” The official selection of over 20 international film festivals and winner of Melbourne Underground Film Festival’s “Most Gratuitous Violence” Award, Brian O’Hara’s 1999 horror-comedy Rock n Roll Frankenstein is now available to home entertainment for the first time in its native 16x9 aspect ratio.
Ain’t it Cool News calls it, “the thinking man’s gross out film.” Dread Central calls it, “a whole lot of ooze- dripping fun!” Director Gregory Lamberson triples the ooze in this sequel to his 1989 cult hit Slime City, Slime City Massacre!
Hand eager ‘70’s film students 100 bucks and a 16mm movie camera for the weekend, and you’d probably expect a load of pretentious, avante-garde rubbish to result, right? Au contraire, they’ll go out and shoot a raunchy little adult feature!
A double dose of grindy ‘70s skin flicks that played the storefront low-budget “shoe-box” theaters on 8th Avenue in NYC.
Tarzan in the Valley of Lust (50 mins.) – Tarzan as Edgar Rice Burroughs wished he could have written him – swingin’ from tree to tree while swingin’ with blond jungle beauty Jane and a buxom native girl who just can’t pass up a bulging loin cloth.
A gripping psychological ghost story along the lines of THE OTHERS, THE HAUNTING and LET’S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH, THE DROWNED tells the story of Kate Williams, who inherits her grandmother’s cottage on a remote lake. There, she encounters apparitions that seem to emanate from a submerged church where a congregation drowned over 100 years ago. But as Kate is drawn deeper and deeper into the tragic history, she finds she is ill-prepared to unravel the horror that is THE DROWNED!