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1984 Home Move: Gun Club On The Road includes never-before-seen footage of the band backstage and onstage during their legendary 1984 tour. This classic line-up only stayed together for this on...Read More
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A fine entry in the Stoner Slasher canon from director Dylan Reynolds. Five young women decide to celebrate a birthday by camping in a nearby national park over a weekend. However, their fun en...Read More
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The Rise and Fall of America's Most Notorious Street. The story behind the rise and fall of New York’s 42nd Street. The cinemas, the films, the people, the crime and the rebirth of the block as...Read More
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Telly Savalas and Robert Shaw star in 1971's A Town Called Hell (aka A Town Called Bastard), Robert Parrish's Euro-Western about a manhunt for a treacherous Mexican revolutionary. Greed and vio...Read More
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African-American scientist Dr. Kenneth Kincade moves his family into an affluent neighborhood, only to be greeted with threats and vandalism by their new white neighbors. Enter John Abar, leade...Read More
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A sequel to the original, Athens, Ga traces the rise of a political movement in Athens-Clarke County. While still driven by the powerful music of the Athens scene, the new film traces the rise ...Read More
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A band of adventurers on the search for a reported fortune in buried treasure, investigate many islands to the south of the Philippines and discover an unknown civilization that may be descenda...Read More
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During one of the most insanely productive periods of his career, writer/director Jess Franco resurrected the character of seedy private eye Al Pereira -- portrayed here by key collaborator Ant...Read More
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Dr. Winifred Walker (Ivory Stone) and Nobel Prize-winner Dr. Stein (B-movie icon John Hart-The Fastest Guitar Alive, TV’s “The Lone Ranger”) believe they can restore dismembered Vietnam vet Edd...Read More
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A psychopathic killer with a penchant for beautiful models stalks the streets in this chilling thriller of futuristic science and volatile passions, starring Kirstie Alley and Joseph Bottoms (T...Read More
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When the crew of a saucy photoshoot breaks into an abandoned castle, they will unleash the madness of the male-body-obsessed owner (muscleman Mickey Hargitay in the WTF? performance of his care...Read More
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Oscar Nominee Karen Black stars as a Manhattan musician recently abandoned by her husband in this charming surprise of a film from independent maverick Henry Jaglom. An Un Certain Regard select...Read More
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This classic 1988 comedy concert film launched the careers of Tim Allen, Chris Rock and Jackie The Joke Man Martling. It also features the definitive performance of legendary Bill Hicks. This l...Read More
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Lost NYC dance film, Dance Goddess was envisioned by its director Hamid Khan an "American Bollywood." The film follows Julie, who arrives at New York City’s Khan Dance Studios from London with ...Read More
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From Earl Owensby Studios - the South's biggest producer/distributor of '70s/'80s regional horror and exploitation hits - comes what may be the most obscure and bizarre slasher movie of the ent...Read More
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Jess Franco's long-unseen film noir is a hard-boiled tale of betrayal, violence and revenge featuring smoky jazz compositions by Franco himself. Following his international breakthrough with Th...Read More
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For his feature film debut, director Peter Maris (Diplomatic Immunity) took portions of an unfinished urban conspiracy thriller and added a new psycho-killer procedural to create what may be th...Read More
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Rudy Ray Moore is Tucker Williams, the rapping owner and main attraction of the Blueberry Hill Disco. An ex-cop with a penchant for head-whacking martial arts, Tucker is called back into actio...Read More
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The legendary classic…the pillar of the ‘blaxploitation’ genre….Rudy Ray Moore is DOLEMITE! Sent to prison on a frame-up by some crooked cops and his arch rival, the notorious Willy Green, D...Read More
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For his tenth and final screen appearance as Dracula, Christopher Lee starred - speaking fluent French - in this slyly ingenious 1976 horror comedy directed by Academy Award® nominee Édouard Mo...Read More