42nd Street Pete presents Hippy Hooker Grindhouse Triple Feature! Last viewed during their initial run in grubby storefront theaters of New York in the early-1970s, these three rare films are now available for the first time on DVD. DVD includes intro and 42nd Street anecdotes from the man himself – 42nd Street Pete!
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!
When a group of college students discover an old VHS cassette made by a woman who mysteriously disappeared after moving into the “Amityville Ghost House”, they set off to play amateur ghost hunter by camping out in the woods behind the infamous home. But what started as a goof, soon becomes an exercise in terror as a malevolent, unhuman force begins to prey upon them one by one. Armed with only a bare minimum of technology and a fierce desire to live, the remaining few face off against the deadly evil known as the Amityville HORROR!
Illustrated by radio personality and Goof Roof cartoonist Noel Scotch Anderson, the comic compliments the popular and successful late-night cinema feature in which a highly intelligent and super-honey Sexbot launches an international dry-humping catastrophe to destroy the earth.
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.
When Linda Regis, Director of Development at MALCO Oceanic Research, unravels a sinister plot to inject sharks with human DNA in the hope of creating a Super-Shark Super-Soldier, she becomes the target of a dangerous killer. Meanwhile, MALCO’s DNA enhanced sharks, having discovered a way to slip past security, are busy honing their newly enhanced killer instincts both in and out of the nearby beaches.
Low budget hucksters shooting adult movies churned out numerous incarnations of the Lolita and College themes for the Adult grind house theaters back in the 1970s. This After Hours Cinema Collection contains five authentic grindhouse films including the never-before-seen Lolita Goes To College!
Frat House Girls (1983) - When Abby (Lisa DeLeeuw), Stacy and Cindy arrive on campus, the guys of I Phelta Thi fraternity lure them into their kinky initiation ceremony!
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.