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The Legend of Sleepy Hollow [VHS]

The Legend of Sleepy Hollow [VHS] Lowest new price: $28.97
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Brand: Starmaker Entertainment, Inc.

A schoolteacher has a frightening encounter with a legendary headless ghost. Based on Washington Irving's story.

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Shoot (1976)

Shoot (1976) Lowest new price: $97.51
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Model: 2040

When boredom, pride and a mad second of misjudgement leaves a hunter shot dead by one of five combat veterans also hunting in the Canadian hills, it is expected a police investigation will follow, but when the veterans discover the incident has not been reported, the leader of the team, Major Rex (Cliff Robertson) suspects the other party maybe plotting revenge. Convinced that he, his party, and their families will be targets themselves he decides to beat his suspected assailants at their own game, grouping together more army comrades and stocking up an arsenal of weapons for the forthcoming battle.


  • A Thriller more deadly than DELIVERANCE
  • Buddies plan on Spending a relaxing weekend
  • turns out to be a horrifying yet exhilarating experience
  • men fall prey to a group of sadistic hunters
  • an edge of your seat adventure

Wheels of Terror [VHS]

Wheels of Terror [VHS] Lowest new price: $109.00
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Laura MacKenzie, a school bus driver, and her 12-year-old daughter Stephanie have moved to Copper Valley, Arizona, to escape the pressures of city life. But bad luck follows in the form of a mysterious black sedan that stalks Laura and terrorizes the local schoolchildren.

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The Grey Fox [VHS]

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This is the film that walked away with Canadian Genie Awards in virtually every category, including Best Foreign Actor (Richard Farnsworth). Based on the real life legend of Bill Miner, "The Grey Fox" is the engaging story of Canada's "Gentleman Bandit."

A pastoral turn of the century Western, The Grey Fox tells the story of an old-time stagecoach robber who, after 30 years locked away in prison, is released to a modern world he doesn't quite understand. He resumes his life the only way he knows how, by robbing, but since the days of the stagecoach are gone, he concentrates on holding up trains. Pursued by the private security force the Pinkertons, the elderly man known as the gentleman bandit develops a lore and a following all his own. Richard Farnsworth (The Natural) plays the lead, based on a true-life account, as a kind and thoughtful man who sees honor in what he does. Featuring some incredibly vivid cinematography of the Pacific Northwest and the classic steam engines that traversed its mountains, the film is an elegiac homage to a simpler time when honor and gentlemanly pursuits (even train robbery) were important. --Robert Lane


  • The Grey Fox VHS

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The Bastard: Part 1 of the Kent Family Chronicles [VHS]

The Bastard: Part 1 of the Kent Family Chronicles [VHS] Lowest new price: $18.50
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VHS Tape.

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Ewok Adventure [VHS]

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Ewok Adventure VHS

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Rocky (Five-Tape Boxed Set) [VHS]

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Rocky (Five-Tape Boxed Set) [VHS]


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Robocop Collection [VHS]

Robocop Collection [VHS] Lowest used price: $7.00

The first Robocop was thrilling, hilarious, and totally original--none of which has as much to do with the film's spawning two sequels (plus two separate television shows) as its $50 million-plus take at the box office. Though the Law of Diminishing Returns inevitably applies to the theatrical trilogy, the central premise is so strong that each of the lesser sequels has at least a few moments worth catching. That's because the original (wherein Detroit cop Peter Weller, killed in the line of duty, gets transformed into a crime-fighting cyborg) set up an entire world. Director Paul Verhoeven spends as much time lampooning television news, commercial products, and big business as he does on the story; however violent or gory things get (and they get quite icky), the tone throughout is comic, even giddy. Robocop 2, helmed by Irvin Kershner of The Empire Strikes Back fame, sobers up considerably. The film is rather underrated; sure, there are fewer ads and newsbreaks this time around, but there are several inventive touches--Robocop is briefly reprogrammed into a homily-spouting Dudley Do-Right; drug dealers step in to bail out the financially strapped city--and the villains (including the most foul-mouthed, amoral 12-year-old in movie history) are less outrageous than in the first installment. Robocop 3, however, is profit-driven hash. Having Robocop (now acted by Robert John Burke) join a citizens' uprising is a nice idea, and even the ninja android could have been fun, but the movie tries too often to be heartwarming, an emotion thoroughly out of place in this wickedly satirical series. --Bruce Reid

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Dead End City [VHS]

Dead End City [VHS] Lowest new price: $18.50
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Soldier Boyz [VHS]

Soldier Boyz [VHS] Lowest new price: $18.00
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A former Marine officer takes six prison renegades into Vietnam in search of a kidnapped heiress. It's a new kind of killing field - and if they can rescue the girl before killing each other, all they have to do is get out alive.

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