Director: James Bryan
Cast: Jack McClelland, Mary Gail Artz, James P. Hayden
Vinegar Syndrome / All Region / Unrated / 1.85:1 widescreen / DTS-HD mono / 82 minutes
Extras: Director’s Commentary / Group Commentary With Director, Star Mary Gail Arts And Others / Commentary With The Hysteria Continues! / Cast And Crew Interviews / Autograph Signing Party Footage / Pressbooks And Artwork Gallery / Production Still Images / TV Promo / Theatrical Trailer And More!
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Director: Duke Mitchell
Cast: Duke Mitchell, Vic Caesar, Cara Salerno, Lorenzo Dardado, Buck Flower
Grindhouse Releasing / All Region / Unrated / 1.85:1 widescreen / DTS-HD MA mono & Dolby Digital mono / 82 minutes
Extras: Interviews with Jeffrey Mitchell, Frankie Ray, George Jacobs, Jim LoBianco, and exploitation legend Matt Cimber / Almost one full hour of never-before-seen Duke Mitchell home movies / Lost audio recording – Duke Mitchell Live in Concert, June 9, 1960 / Bonus TV special – AN IMPRESSIONISTIC TRIBUTE TO JIMMY DURANTE / Extensive still galleries, radio spots, and theatrical trailer / Glossy 12 page booklet containing liner notes by veteran cult movie journalist David Szulkin / Spectacular new cover painting by renowned Los Angeles cult artist Dave Lebow AND OTHER SURPRISES! Continue reading
Director: Arthur Cullipher
Cast: Shane Beasley, Kelsey Carlisle, Ellie Church, Haley Madison, Brian Williams, Dave Parker, Kaden Miller, Emily Solt McGee
A couple of years ago a movie called Found by Scott Shirmer (based on the book by Todd Rigney of the same name) took the horror community by storm. A very true adaptation to the Rigney story, Shirmer created a visually stunning, suspenseful horror movie with some very disturbing and gory scenes surrounding a small boy who just happens to be a horror movie fan himself. A subplot revolves around the boy watching some of those movies and some scenes are shown to the audience. One of those movies is about a necrophiliac, decapitated-head-fucking madman in a skull mask entitled Headless. Found’s DVD release last year contained a 25 minute version of Headless as an extra, so it made sense that it could feasibly be turned into a full-length feature. Continue reading
Director: Jörg Buttgereit
Cast: Monika M., Mark Reeder, Bernd Daktari Lorenz, Beatrice M.
Cult Epics / Region A / Unrated / 1.33:1 Fullscreen / German Dolby 2.0, Dolby 5.1, Dolby Mono / English subtitles / 103 minutes
Extras: New Introduction by Jorg Buttgereit (2014) / Audio Commentary by Jorg Buttgereit, co-author Franz Rodenkirchen, and actors Monika M. and Mark Reeder / The Making of Nekromantik 2 / Still Photo Gallery / Buttgereit Trailers / Original Motion Picture Soundtrack / Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2011) Live / 20th Anniversary Live Concert performed by Monika M. and Friends – Video (2011) / A Moment of Silence At the Grave of Ed Gein, Short film by Jorg Buttgereit (2012) / Half Girl Lemmy, I’m A Feminist, Music video by Jorg Buttgereit (2014) / Nekromantik 2 Collectible Artwork by Johnny Ryan & Nekrophilia photo of Monika M.
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Director: Anthony Spinelli
Cast: Annette Haven, Leslie Bovee, Kay Parker, John Leslie, Joey Silvera, Desiree West
Vinegar Syndrome / All Region / XXX / 1.85:1 Widescreen / DTS-HD MA Mono / 91 minutes
Extras: Video Interview with Actress Kay Parker / Video Interview with Actor Joey Silvera / Video Interview with Still Photographer Joel Sussman / Two Theatrical Trailers / Alternate Soft Cut (DVD only) / Soundtrack CD / Reversible Cover w/ Italian Artwork
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Adult film director Anthony Spinelli was huge in the game during the “Golden Age” of porn from the early 1970s to the mid-’80s and on up through the glut of smut on video in the 1990s. Born in the mid-West as Samuel Weinstein, Spinelli grew up with a famous actor father, Jack Weston (Spinelli would sometimes use the pseudonym “Sam Weston” as well) and would go on to do a little acting himself in the ’60s before hopping over to the XXX business as an actor (albeit in supporting roles with no sex) and director with 1971’s Sexual Therapist. That would be the beginning of a career that would span more than 100 adult films including award-winning classics like Nothing to Hide (1981), Dixie Ray: Hollywood Star (1983) and Talk Dirty to Me (1980). Continue reading