King Dong (XXX)

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aka's: Lost On Adventure Island/Super Simian
A low budget porno King Kong rip off, with some amateurish stop-motion-animation mixed in with ugly shot-on-video screwing. (It has been mentioned that this film has been showing up at King Kong conventions throughout the world).

Majin Strikes Again (English Language Version)

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aka's: Daimajin Gyakushű/Wrath Of Daimajin/Return Of Majin/The Return Of The Giant Majin/Majin Strikes Again/Daimajin Strikes Again/Majin's Counterattack/大魔神逆襲
In the third and final film of the Maijin series, the fathers of some of the local children have been captured by an evil warlord and forced to work in their labor camps. When four sons decide to go out and save their fathers, they have to cross Daimajin Mountain, where the stone god lays sleeping, a notoriously dangerous area full of treacherous terrain, evil samurai, and the angry Daimajin. The four boys pay their respects to the statue when they pass it so that they do not incur the monster's wrath. Eventually, the warlord's men anger the statue (Riki Hashimoto), who once again comes to life and destroys all those who have not been paying respect to him. The children and their fathers are spared while the work camp is destroyed. Stars Hideki Ninomiya, Shinji Hori and Masahide Iizuka.

Pale Blood

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A vampire pretender (Wings Hauser) who is murdering women runs into a real vampire (George Chakiris) who is out to stop him because he is casting too much of a spotlight on the vampire community. Also stars Pamela Ludwig.

The Photon Effect

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During a freak accident involving an experimental microwave antenna, two tower engineers gain superhuman abilities. While the powers they gain are similar, the paths they decide to take are not. Derek Powers (Dan Poole) wants to use his abilities to help others and to uncover the truth behind Randall Communications Incorporated (RCI), the company who designed the antenna. Meanwhile, Jay Powers (Derek Minter) secretly becomes part of the experiments performed by RCI, whose lead scientist, Tina Viccarini (Ariana Almajan), is a former love interest of Jay. This series of events ultimately leads to the birth of a new superhero and supervillain.

Reform School Girl

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A young man (Edward Byrnes) steals a car and ends up involved in a pedestrian fatality. The only witness is a girl he had just met (Gloria Castillo). He threatens her life if she talks, so when she refuses to tell what she knows she is sent to reform school. Also stars Ross Ford. Also with Yvette Vickers and the screen debut of Sally Kellerman (who guest-starred in the second Star Trek pilot, "Where No Man Has Gone Before."

The Rowdyman

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Will Cole (Gordon Pinsent) is a charismatic 35-year-old paper mill laborer who seems to celebrate a life of bad choices. He lives and behaves as if he was still 18, womanizing and drinking and rejecting responsibility because he sees no reason to take life seriously. Surprisingly enough, despite his devil-may-care attitude, he has several important people in his life. He maintains a special relationship with Stan (Will Geer), an old mentor who lives in a nursing home, and Ruth (Linda Goranson), the only woman he truly cares about. Andrew (Frank Converse) is his best friend but grows tired of Will's antics, and he is soon to be married and moving on. Will constantly has something up his sleeve but his pranks inevitably bring pain and tragedy to those closest to him, forcing him to reevaluate his life and make some difficult decisions.

NOTE: The source for this film was taken from a rare Canadian TV broadcast and the picture quality is a bit grainy, but still the best currently available anywhere.

Savage Harvest

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A family in Africa is besieged by a group of lions, driven to desperation by the drought. Stars Tom Skerritt, Michelle Phillips and Shawn Stevens. Also with Anne-Marie Martin and Zamba Jr. as one of the lions (uncredited).

Soraya, Reina Del Desierto

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aka's: Devil Of The Desert Against The Son Of Hercules/
The Slave Merchants/Anthar L'invincibile

Ganor (Mario Feliciani), the leader of the Desert People, murders Sandor, the Sultan of Baghdad, and imprisons his eventual heirs, Daykor (Manuel Gallardo) and Soraya (Michčle Girardon), thus becoming the sole power in the country. Anthar (Kirk Morris), a young rebel, manages to get Soraya free. Eventually, she is captured by Akrim (José Jaspe), a slave merchant, who sells her to Kamal (Renato Baldini), a wealthy Sheik. Soraya refuses to be the Sheik's girl, and plunges from a tower into the river - where she would have drowned if Anthar would not appear to save her once more. Together they go to Baghdad, where Anthar gets Daykor out of prison. But Ganor captures Anthar, and sets him to fight a rhinoceros to get rid of the freedom fighter. Daykor and Soraya return to Baghdad at the head of the revolted people, and after a siege, they take the city and joining with Anthar, will finally prevail over the tyrant. (In Italian language, with English subtitles).

This film came from a widescreen Spanish import print in excellent picture quality.

The Surrogate

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aka's: Infidélité Fatale/Blind Rage
Frank (Art Hindle) and Lee (Shannon Tweed) have marital problems: he's been impotent for 18 months, she alternates between sympathy and criticism. His temper gets the best of him, so he's seeing a psychotherapist (Marilyn Lightstone) who finds the anger and the impotence related. She recommends that Frank and Lee hire a mysterious European woman (Carole Laure) to lead them through fantasies intended to unlock passion and help them heal. At the same time this is going on, the police are investigating a series of stabbings: as corpses pile up, we wonder if Frank's temper may be behind this; or perhaps it's Eric (Jim Bailey), a cross-dressing neighbor and friend of Lee's; it may even be the European woman, who keeps popping up with new fantasies. Also with Michael Ironside.

Tales Of The Vikings

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Leif (Jerome Courtland) sets off from Scandinavia around the year 1000 determined to find lands to conquer and settle. He, along with his fellow Vikings, find conflict and adventure as they venture further from their homeland. Also stars Buddy Baer, Walter Barnes and Stefan Schnabel.

NOTE: The picture quality for some of the episodes in this set are rather soft, but still the best currently available anywhere.

Episodes included in this set are:

The Merchants Of Venice
The Black Stone
The Hill Of Law
The Weapon

Sold as a single DVD-R set.

Terror Birds

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When Maddy Stern (Jessica Lee Keller) discovers her father (Craig Nigh) has gone missing during a routine bird-watching excursion, she and her college pals trek out into the wilderness to find him, only to end up in a desolate ranch aviary owned by a wealthy scientist (Greg Evigan), where they encounter a pair of giant, hungry terror birds believed to be extinct for centuries. Also stars Lindsey Sporrer.

Time Out For Ginger

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She's just an angel in jeans in her terrible teens! That's Virginia "Ginger" Carol (Candy Moore), the feisty, boisterous, unstoppable teenage girl based on Ronald Alexander's hit 1953 Broadway play of the same name. Desperate to find a car for her sister's big date, Ginger considers buying her a new one! This episode of The Comedy Spot (1960-62) aired on September 18, 1962. Also stars Maggie Hayes, Karl Swenson, Roberta Shore and Margaret Hamilton, aka: The The Wicked Witch of the West in The Wizard Of Oz (1939).

The Turkish Bonnie And Clyde

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aka's: Cemo Ile Cemile/Turkish Bonnie & Clyde
Turkish take on the Bonnie And Clyde crime spree starring Ülkü Ozen as Bonnie and Yilmaz Koksal as Clyde. (In Turkish language, with English subtitles).

War Of The Gargantuas (UPA English Language Version)

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aka's: Furankenshutain No Kaijű: Sanda tai Gaira/Frankenstein's Monsters: Sanda vs. Gaira/Adventure Of Gargantuas/
Duel Of The Gargantuas/Katango/
フランケンシュタインの怪獣 サンダ対ガイラ

A freighter is attacked by a giant octopus during a stormy night. The octopus is then attacked by a hairy green giant (Haruo Nakajima). The Gargantua then turns his attention to the ship and sinks it, killing and eating all the crew, except for one (Ren Yamamoto). When the surviving crew member tells the police what happened, they call in Doctor Paul Stewart (Russ Tamblyn) and his assistant Akemi (Kumi Mizuno). Several years earlier, Stewart had a younger species of the same creature and it is feared that the monster has grown up and now views man as an enemy. After several attacks, the monster is cornered in a forest near a mountain area of Japan and is nearly killed when shot with super laser beams. Nearly electrocuted, just before it dies, a second and larger brown monster (Hiroshi Sekita) arrives and saves it. This is the creature that previously escaped from Stewart's lab, now fully grown to be over 100 feet tall. The brown one then takes the green monster to safety to help it recover, not knowing his "brother's" evil nature. After the green monster recovers sufficiently, he resumes his rampage. But when he stops to rest, the brown one finds out how evil his brother really is and soon the two begin to fight. The green one then runs off and soon heads for Tokyo. While he is there, he grabs Akemi and is about to eat her when the brown one arrives. The green monster drops Akemi, severely injuring her. The two monsters then resume their fight and eventually wind up in Tokyo Bay, where napalm bombs are dropped on them and a volcano erupts, seemingly killing both. Features an excellent display of special effects photography and miniatures. Also stars Kenji Sahara, Nobuo Nakamura, Jun Tazaki, and with Kipp Hamilton.

This film is a sequel to Frankenstein vs. Baragon aka: Frankenstein Conquers The World (1965). However, all references to Frankenstein were cut from this film.

Tab Hunter was originally chosen to play Doctor Paul Stewart.

When the film was released in America, Russ Tamblyn had to re-dub his own voice because of a malfunction in the soundtrack.

In one draft of the script, the film was to end with the volcano not only destroying Sanda and Gaira, but the lava was to destroy Tokyo and the remaining cells of the two monsters as well.

This film was not released in the U.S. until July 29th, 1970, where it played on a double bill with Monster Zero (1965).

NOTE: This is the rare UPA (United Productions Of America) release of this film, which is no longer being circulated on television and other media outlets. This version is far superior to the International version, which has an inferior audio track, image quality, and omits several special effects shots. This version also has far superior picture quality than the International version (which is currently flooding the market) and is the same version everyone grew up watching in the 1970's on local television stations.

War Of The Monsters (English Language Version) 35mm UPGRADE

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aka's: Daikaijű Kessen: Gamera Tai Barugon/The Great Monster Duel: Gamera vs. Barugon/Gamera vs. Barugon/大怪獣決闘 ガメラ対バルゴン
After a treacherous expedition to retrieve a giant valuable opal, disaster strikes as the opal reveals itself to be an egg which spawns Barugon, a dog-like demon from Hell. Armed with a deadly tongue that can freeze anything in its path and an explosive rainbow beam, Barugon wreaks havoc on Japan. Gamera (Teruo Aragaki), who in this film turns good, arrives just in time to save Earth. Stars Kojiro Hongo and Kyôko Enami. This is the English language version of Gamera vs. Baragon (also available here at SSV).

Comes from an excellent 35mm upgraded print.

This rare English language print includes 12 minutes of footage which is missing from the original A.I.P. English language version.

Way Out

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This fantasy/horror/science fiction anthology series was hosted by Roald Dahl. Similar in twist-ending style style to contemporary show The Twilight Zone, this show delved into creepy horror. Guest stars included: Fritz Weaver, Martin Balsam, Mark Lenard, Doris Roberts, Richard Thomas, Barry Morse, Tim O'Connor, Dick O'Neill and Ray Walston.

Includes the original network commercials of the time period.

The picture quality for some of the episodes in this series is rather soft, but still the best currently available anywhere.

Episodes included in this set are:
William and Mary
I Heard You Calling Me
The Croaker
False Face
Dissolve To Black
Death Wish
The Overnight Case
Hush Hush
Side Show

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Whale Music

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Shot around the breathtaking coastline of British Columbia's Howe Sound, Whale Music is the triumphant adaptation of Paul Quarringaton's Governor General's Award-winning novel about the redemption of a faded rock star through love and music. Richard J. Lewis' exploration of the reclusive musician's efforts to create a piece of music that will summon the whales is a sensory and emotional tour de force. Stars Maury Chaykin, Cyndy Preston and Paul Gross.


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aka: Wolfman-A Lycanthrope
Colin Glasgow (Earl Owensby) returns home after the murder of his uncle to find out that his uncle's will has been altered and his family is under a werewolf curse. Twists and turns lead to Colin finding his old love Lynn (Kristina Reynolds) and meeting a priest (Edward Grady) who is more than meets the eye. In the end, Colin must find a way to end the curse that has haunted his family over the ages and will do so even if it costs him his life.

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