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The Rats are Coming - The Werewolves are Here/Blood Thirsty Butchers
1972 & 1970/ 91 min & 79 min/ Color

From the John Casavettes of exploitation cinema, Andy Milligan, comes this amazing period piece DOUBLE FEATURE! With “The Rats are Coming the Werewolves are Here”, Milligan’s follow up to “The Body Beneath”, we get a Staten Island “Dark Shadows” that tells the story of a family of werewolves looking for a way to stop the bloodline, plus a bizarre subplot involving man eating rats!. With “Blood Thirsty Butchers”, Milligan’s attempt at the Sweeney Todd legend, we are treated to yet another “period” horror film, involving a butcher and a baker out for blood and baked goods!
Yeti: Giant of the 20th Century
1977/ 105 min/ Color
Made as a desperate attempt to cash in on the 1976 remake of King Kong this absurd Italian film replaces Kong with a giant Yeti, played by a guy in a furry suit and dark circles under his eyes. The Yeti is found frozen and brought back to Toronto (?!) via a helicopter towing him in what looks like a giant telephone booth. From there, he escapes (big surprise), falls in love with a teenage girl, befriends a dog and a deaf mute, and wreaks havoc all over the city.
Psychotronic Man
1980/ 90 min/ Color
From unknown director Jack M. Sell comes this bizarre psychological slasher movie set in Chicago involving a man who discovers he has amazing “psychotronic” powers that allow him to kill people with his mind! And judging from his victims, he wants to use his power to kill those who give him a hard time. Ending with a daring chase through downtown Chicago, this is one of the most unconventional and strange horror movies you will ever see.
Germany Year Nine Zero
1991/ 62 min/ Color
In Germany Year Nine Zero, Godard’s unofficial sequel to his 1965 film Alphaville, we follow an old spy's (played by Eddie Constantine) journey back to France from the east. Since the Cold War has ended the spy is unclear about who his enemies are, and he doesn't know what to do with himself. Jean-Luc Godard’s film is a series of scenes that present his thoughts on European unification and the fall of Communism.

The Dragon Lives Again
1976/ 90 min/ Color
In this life changing, one of a kind film, we experience the little known genre of “Brucesploitation” in its purest and finest form. Set in Hell (seriously) we find Bruce Lee going through an Egyptian like afterlife experience. Along his treacherous journey Bruce Lee has a major erection, befriends Popeye, and fights James Bond, Zatoichi, Emmanuel, an army of mummies, Dracula and his team of skeleton zombie assassins and “Clint Eastwood” in the character of the Man with no Name!

Diary of a Teenage Hitchhiker
1979/ 96 min/ Color
Filmed in quasi-documentary fashion, the story chronicles the melancholy tale of a rebellious, 17-year-old girl (Katy Kurtzman), who, in defiance of her dad’s (played by favorite TV dad Dick Van Patten) wishes, hangs out with a group of teenagers who enjoy thumbing rides for kicks. Trish's fascination with the wild, unpredictable side of life leads to a disastrous rendezvous with a crazed killer.

Confessions of an Opium Eater
1962/ 85 min/ B&W
Starring the great Vincent Price, this Albert Zugsmith exploiter is very freely based upon the book “Confessions of an Opium Eater” by Thomas DeQuincey. Filled with absurd dialogue, Asian stereotypes, and A-typical Zugsmith exploitation touches, Confessions of an Opium Eater is a classic of the early 60’s sleaze genre.

Aggressive Christianity 101
1980's & 90's/ 6 Hours/ Color
Are you a Christian who finds yourself growing tired of all the peace and love that Christian’s seem to preach day in and day out? Think that Jesus would kick some serious ass if he were around today? Feel the phrase ‘Love thy neighbor’ is so last week? Then this collection of angry Christian preaching is for you! Featuring Jonathan Bell & Brigadier General James Green.
The Castle of the Mummies of Guanojuato
1976 – 90 minutes – Color
The Committee
1968 – 58 minutes – B&W
Girly/Daughter of Death
Double Feature

1969 - 101 minutes - Color
Maniac aka Ransom
1977 - 90 minutes - Color
Police and the Mentally Ill
30's, 40's & 60's - 60 minutes - Color & B&W
Poor Pretty Eddie/Heartbreak Motel
1975 - 92 minutes/91 minutes - Color
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