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Roots of Evil [VHS]

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Roots of evil is all in all a good movie, enjoy


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Boltneck [VHS]

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Reading, writing, and raising the dead...that's what high school's all about in this lightning and hormones horror-comedy. Frank Stein (Mathew Lawrence), a genius nerd, wants to be with the in crowd and get Macy (Christine Lakin), the cutest girl in school. He gets his shot when popular jocks Lance (Justin Walker), and Tuttle (Christine Payne) haze Karl (Ryan Reynolds), the school Goth outcast, to death, literally. Frank offers to bring Karl back to life in his home lab using a brain from his Dad's (Judge Reinhold) research project. The resurrection is a success, and Karl is back and ready TO PARTY! Now Frank and Karl are on the A-list and part of the in-crowd when things start to unravel. Unbeknownst to Frank, he has reanimated Karl with the brain of a mass murderer. The new Karl is cool, foxy, and deadly. Boltneck, in the tradition of hit teen screams "I Know What You Did Last Summer" and the upcoming Warner Bros. release "The In Crowd" stars a hip young cast and promises to keep you on the edge of your seat.

Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning [VHS]

Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning [VHS] Lowest used price: $8.00
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Not as good as 6 but better than 4 :)

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C.H.U.D. [VHS]

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mutants in sewers

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Invaders from Mars [VHS]

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Brand: Englewood Entertainment

A young boy learns that space aliens are taking over the minds of earthlings.


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Vindicator, The [VHS]

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Dracula [VHS]

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In 1999, Universal commissioned Philip Glass to compose a new score for Tod Browning's landmark horror classic Dracula, a common enough practice for silent films but unheard of for sound pictures. In some respects, Dracula lends itself to th

When Universal Pictures picked up the movie rights to a Broadway adaptation of Dracula, they felt secure in handing the property over to the sinister team of actor Lon Chaney and director Tod Browning. But Chaney died of cancer, and Universal hired the Hungarian who had scored a success in the stage play: Béla Lugosi. The resulting film launched both Lugosi's baroque career and the horror-movie cycle of the 1930s. It gets off to an atmospheric start, as we meet Count Dracula in his shadowy castle in Transylvania, superbly captured by the great cinematographer Karl Freund. Eventually Dracula and his blood-sucking devotee (Dwight Frye, in one of the cinema's truly mad performances) meet their match in a vampire-hunter called Van Helsing (Edward Van Sloan). If the later sections of the film are undeniably stage bound and a tad creaky, Dracula nevertheless casts a spell, thanks to Lugosi's creepily lugubrious manner and the eerie silences of Browning's directing style. (After a mood-enhancing snippet of Swan Lake under the opening titles, there is no music in the film.) Frankenstein, which was released a few months later, confirmed the horror craze, and Universal has been making money (and countless spin-off projects) from its twin titans of terror ever since. Certainly the role left a lasting impression on the increasingly addled and drug-addicted Lugosi, who was never quite able to distance himself from the part that made him a star. He was buried, at his request, in his black vampire cape. --Robert Horton

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Vampire at Midnight [VHS]

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Invasion of the Saucer Men [VHS]

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Invasion of the Saucer Men (also known as Invasion of the Hell Creatures, working title - Spacemen Saturday Night) is a 1957 sci-fi comedy film starring Steven Terrell and Gloria Castillo and produced by American International Pictures (AIP). The screenplay by Robert J Gurney Jr and Al Martin was based on the short story 'The Cosmic Frame' by Paul W Fairman.

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Labyrinth [VHS]

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Sarah (a teenage Jennifer Connelly) rehearses the role of a fairy-tale queen, performing for her stuffed animals. She is about to discover that the time has come to leave her childhood behind. In real life she has to baby-sit her brother and contend with parents who don't understand her at all. Her petulance leads her to call the goblins to take the baby away, but when they actually do, she realizes her responsibility to rescue him. Sarah negotiates the Labyrinth to reach the City of the Goblins and the castle of their king. The king is the only other human in the film and is played by a glam-rocking David Bowie, who performs five of his songs. The rest of the cast are puppets, a wonderful array of Jim Henson's imaginative masterpieces. Henson gives credit to children's author and illustrator Maurice Sendak, and the creatures in the movie will remind Sendak fans of his drawings. The castle of the king is a living M.C. Escher set that adults will enjoy. The film combines the highest standards of art, costume, and set decoration. Like executive producer George Lucas's other fantasies, Labyrinth mixes adventure with lessons about growing up. --Lloyd Chesley

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