BLU-RAY: $19.96
DVD: $14.99

Empire of Light

Disney / Buena Vista | 2022 | 119 min | Rated R
Directed by Sam Mendes

From director and writer Sam Mendes (“1917” and “Skyfall”), “Empire of Light” is a moving drama about the power of human connection during turbulent times. Set in and around a faded old cinema in an English coastal town in the early 1980s, it follows Hilary (Olivia Colman), a cinema manager struggling with her mental health, and Stephen (Micheal Ward), a new employee who longs to escape this provincial town in which he faces daily adversity. Both Hilary and Stephen find a sense of belonging through their unlikely and tender relationship and come to experience the healing power of music, cinema, and community.

  • Creating Empire of Light – Go behind the scenes of this personal film with writer-director Sam Mendes, and uncover the story’s origins and the director’s love of cinema. See how the perfect location was found to rebuild a classic movie theater that had the cast in awe.
  • Optional English SDH, Spanish, and French subtitles for the main feature

4K ULTRA HD: $39.96
BLU-RAY: $31.96
DVD: $31.96

Dazed and Confused (#336)

Criterion | 1993 | 102 min | Rated R
Directed by Richard Linklater

America, 1976. The last day of school. Bongs blaze, bell-bottoms ring, and rock and roll rocks. Among the best teen films ever made, Dazed and Confused eavesdrops on a group of seniors-to-be and incoming freshmen. A launching pad for a number of future stars, the first studio effort by Richard Linklater also features endlessly quotable dialogue and a blasting, stadium-ready soundtrack. Sidestepping nostalgia, Dazed and Confused is less about “the best years of our lives” than the boredom, angst, and excitement of teenagers waiting . . . for something to happen.

  • New 4K digital restoration of the director’s cut, supervised and approved by director Richard Linklater and cinematographer Lee Daniel, with 5.1 surround DTS-HD Master Audio soundtrack
  • One 4K UHD disc of the film presented in Dolby Vision HDR and one Blu-ray of the film with special features
  • Audio commentary featuring Linklater
  • Making “Dazed,” a documentary by Kahane Cooperman
  • Rare on-set interviews and behind-the-scenes footage
  • Footage from the ten-year-anniversary celebration
  • Audition footage and deleted scenes
  • Trailer
  • English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing
  • PLUS: Essays by critics Kent Jones, Jim DeRogatis, and Chuck Klosterman; reprinted recollections of the filming from cast and crew; and character profiles from the Dazed and Confused companion book; as well as the original film poster by Frank Kozik

    Cover by Marc English

4K ULTRA HD: $39.99
BLU-RAY: $29.99
DVD: $27.99


Paramount Pictures | 2021 | TV Mini-Series | 510 min | Not Rated
Directed by Hiro Murai, Jeremy Podeswa, Helen Shaver, & Lucy Tcherniak

A post-apocalyptic saga spanning multiple timelines, this limited drama series tells the stories of survivors of a devastating flu as they attempt to rebuild and reimagine the world anew while holding on to the best of what’s been lost. Based on the international bestseller of the same name by Emily St. John Mandel, Station Eleven stars Mackenzie Davis, Himesh Patel, Lori Petty, David Wilmot, and Daniel Zovatto, with appearances from Gael Garcia Bernal, Danielle Deadwyler, Timothy Simons, Caitlin FitzGerald, David Cross, and more.

  • This three-disc Blu-ray collection comes with all 10 episodes of the highly-acclaimed series plus exclusive deleted scenes.


  • The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet: Season Nine (1960-1961)
  • The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet: Season Ten (1961-1962)
  • Battle Kaiju Series #1: Ultraman vs. Red King
  • Clannad / Clannad After Story: Complete Collection (2007-2009)
  • Knight Hunters Eternity (2002-2003)
  • Love After World Domination: The Complete Season (2022)
  • The O. Henry Playhouse: The Complete Series, Vol. 3
  • Pokemon The Series: Black & White Adventures In Unova & Beyond (2012-2013)

BLU-RAY: $16.99
DVD: $15.99

The Inspection

Lionsgate Films | 2022 | 95 min | Rated R
Directed by Elegance Bratton

In Elegance Bratton’s deeply moving film inspired by his own story, a young, gay Black man, rejected by his mother and with few options for his future, decides to join the Marines, doing whatever it takes to succeed in a system that would cast him aside. But even as he battles deep-seated prejudice and the grueling routines of basic training, he finds unexpected camaraderie, strength, and support in this new community, giving him a hard-earned sense of belonging that will shape his identity and forever change his life.

  • Audio Commentary with Writer-Director Elegance Bratton
  • Protect and Serve: Making The Inspection
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Optional English SDH and Spanish subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $16.77
DVD: $13.38


RLJ Entertainment | 2022 | 96 min | Not Rated
Directed by Lorcan Finnegan

A fashion designer (Eva Green) suffers from a mysterious illness that confounds her doctors and frustrates her husband (Mark Strong) – until help arrives in the form of a Filipino nanny (Chai Fonacier) who uses traditional folk healing to reveal a horrifying truth.

  • NONE

BLU-RAY: $16.99
DVD: $13.59

The Old Way

Lionsgate Films | 2022 | min | Rated R
Directed by Brett Donowho

Academy Award winner Nicolas Cage stars in his first-ever Western as Colton Briggs, a cold-blooded gunslinger turned respectable family man. When an outlaw and his gang put Colton and his family in peril, Colton is forced to take up arms with an unlikely partner — his 12-year-old daughter (Ryan Kiera Armstrong) — in this action-filled film that builds toward its fateful showdown with pulse-pounding suspense.

  • Audio Commentary by Director Brett Donowho
  • Audio Commentary by Composer Andrew Morgan Smith
  • The Old Way Behind the Scenes
  • Scoring Sessions
  • Optional English and Spanish subtitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $17.29
DVD: $12.96

The Price We Pay

Lionsgate Films | 2022 | 86 min | Rated R
Directed by Ryûhei Kitamura

From the director of Midnight Meat Train comes this gripping thriller starring Emile Hirsch (Into the Wild) and Stephen Dorff (Blade). After an intense holdup at a pawnshop, Grace is taken hostage by the thieves. Forced to take refuge at a remote farmhouse late at night, they discover a secret dungeon with evidence of sadistic violence—and when “Grandfather” comes home, all hell breaks loose. Can Grace muster the courage to escape the gut-wrenching fates that befall her criminal companions?

  • NONE

BLU-RAY: $12.99

The Retaliators

Quiver Films | 2021 | 97 min | Not Rated
Directed by Michael Lombardi

An upstanding pastor uncovers a dark and twisted underworld as he searches for answers surrounding his daughter’s brutal murder. A high-octane original soundtrack and cameos from some of the biggest names in rock music set the tone as this horror-thriller reveals a game of revenge played using a new set of rules.

  • Exclusive cast interviews
  • Multiple music videos
  • Theatrical trailer

4K ULTRA HD: $49.95


Blue Underground | 1970 | 91 min | Not Rated
Directed by Jesús Franco

Marie Liljedahl (the luscious star of INGA) is Eugenie, an innocent young woman taken to an island paradise where she is initiated into a world of pleasure and pain controlled by the sinister Dolmance (the legendary Christopher Lee). But when she surrenders to her own forbidden fantasies, Eugenie becomes trapped in a frenzy of drugs, sadomasochism and murder. Can a frightened girl in the grip of carnal perversion find sanctuary in the orgies of the depraved?

Jack Taylor (SUCCUBUS) and Maria Rohm (MARQUIS DE SADE’S JUSTINE) co-star in this legendary erotic classic from Jess Franco, the infamous director of VAMPYROS LESBOS and VENUS IN FURS. Based on the notorious novel Philosophy in the Boudoir by the Marquis de Sade, this rarely seen shocker is now presented completely uncut in a brand-new 4K restoration from the original camera negative with Dolby Vision HDR, and remains one of the most controversial explorations of extreme sexuality in European cinema history!

  • NEW Jack Taylor in the Francoverse – Interview with Star Jack Taylor
  • NEW Audio Commentary with Film Historians Nathaniel Thompson and Troy Howarth
  • Perversion Stories – Interviews with Director Jess Franco, Writer/Producer Harry Alan Towers, and Stars Marie Liljedahl & Christopher Lee
  • Stephen Thrower on EUGENIE – Interview with the author of “Murderous Passions: The Delirious Cinema of Jesus Franco”
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • NEWLY EXPANDED! Poster & Still Gallery
  • Audio: English (1.0 DTS-HD MA); French (1.0 DTS-HD MA)
  • Subtitles: English SDH, Français, Español
  • Limited Edition embossed “windowed” slipcover with alternate title (First Pressing Only)

4K ULTRA HD: $20.00

Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit

Paramount Pictures | 2014 | 106 min | Rated PG-13
Directed by Kenneth Branagh

Chris Pine is CIA recruit Jack Ryan (Chris Pine) in this thrilling origin story of the iconic hero from the books by Tom Clancy. Caught in a dangerous web of intrigue and espionage, spun between a shadowy government agent (Oscar Winner Kevin Costner), his unsuspecting fiancé (Keira Knightly) and a fearless Russian power broker (Kenneth Branagh). Ryan must quickly evolve from soldier to analyst to full-fledged operative to stop a devastating terrorist plot against the United States.

  • NONE

4K ULTRA HD: $34.99

The Magnificent Seven
[Collector’s Edition]

Shout Factory | 1960 | 128 min | Not Rated
Directed by John Sturges

Academy Award® winner* Yul Brynner stars in the landmark Western that launched the film careers of Steve McQueen (The Great Escape), Charles Bronson (The Dirty Dozen), and James Coburn (Affliction). Tired of being ravaged by an army of marauding bandits, the residents of a small Mexican village seek help from seven American gunfighters. The only problem? It’s seven against 50!



  • NEW 2022 Restoration And Color Grade Using An Existing 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative 
  • In Dolby Vision (HDR 10 Compatible)
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio DTS-HD MA, 5.1 Surround DTS-HD MA, 2.0 Stereo DTS-HD MA 
  • Commentary By James Coburn, Eli Wallach, Producer Walter Mirisch, And Assistant Director Robert Relyea 
  • Commentary By Film Historian Sir Christopher Frayling 


  • NEW 2022 Restoration And Color Grade Using An Existing 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative 
  • Audio: Original Mono Audio DTS-HD MA, 5.1 Surround DTS-HD MA, 2.0 Stereo DTS-HD MA 
  • Commentary By James Coburn, Eli Wallach, Producer Walter Mirisch, And Assistant Director Robert Relyea 
  • Commentary By Film Historian Sir Christopher Frayling 
  • Guns For Hire: The Making Of The Magnificent Seven 
  • Elmer Bernstein And The Magnificent Seven 
  • Sir Christopher Frayling On The Magnificent Seven 
  • The Linen Book: Lost Images FromThe Magnificent Seven 
  • Original Theatrical Trailers 
  • Still Gallery 

4K ULTRA HD: $49.95

Marquis De Sade’s Justine

Blue Underground | 1969 | 1 Movie, 2 Cuts | 124 min | Not Rated
Directed by Jesús Franco

Romina Power (18-year-old daughter of Tyrone Power) stars as Justine, a nubile young virgin cast out of a French orphanage and thrust into a depraved world of prostitution, predatory lesbians, a fugitive murderess (Mercedes McCambridge), bondage, branding, and one supremely sadistic monk (an outrageous performance by Jack Palance). It’s a twisted tale of strange desires, perverse pleasures and the ultimate corruption of innocence as told by the Marquis de Sade.

JUSTINE is one of the most lavish and bizarre erotic shockers ever made by the notorious Jess Franco (99 WOMEN), bursting with wanton nudity, sexual perversion, and an all-star cast that also includes Akim Tamiroff (TOUCH OF EVIL), Maria Rohm (EUGENIE) and Klaus Kinski (NOSFERATU) as the Marquis de Sade. Also known as JUSTINE AND JULIET, this infamous film is now presented in a brand-new 4K restoration from the uncensored original camera negative with Dolby Vision HDR and loaded with Extras, including the alternate DEADLY SANCTUARY cut in HD for the first time ever!

  • NEW On Set With Jess – Interview with Star Rosalba Neri
  • NEW Audio Commentary with Film Historians Nathaniel Thompson and Troy Howarth
  • The Perils And Pleasures Of Justine – Interviews with Director Jess Franco and Writer/Producer Harry Alan Towers
  • Stephen Thrower on JUSTINE – Interview with the author of “Murderous Passions: The Delirious Cinema of Jesus Franco”
  • French Trailer
  • NEWLY EXPANDED! Poster & Still Gallery
  • NEW! DEADLY SANCTUARY – The shorter U.S. version in High Definition (96 Mins.)
  • Audio: English (1.0 DTS-HD MA)
  • Subtitles: English SDH, Français, Español
  • Limited Edition embossed “windowed” slipcover (First Pressing Only) [pictured below on the left]

4K ULTRA HD: $24.96

Remains of the Day
[30th Anniversary Edition]

Sony Pictures | 1993 | 134 min | Rated PG
Directed by James Ivory

Oscar®-winners Anthony Hopkins (1991, Best Actor, The Silence of the Lambs) and Emma Thompson (1992, Best Actress, Howards End) reunite with the acclaimed Merchant Ivory filmmaking team for this extraordinary and moving story of blind devotion and repressed love. Hopkins stars as Stevens, the perfect English butler – an ideal carried by him to fanatical lengths – as he serves his master, Lord Darlington, beautifully played by James Fox (The Servant). Darlington, like many other members of the British establishment in the 1930s, is duped by the Nazis into trying to establish a rapport between themselves and the British government. Thompson stars as the estate’s housekeeper, a high-spirited, strong-minded young woman who watches the goings-on upstairs with horror. Despite her apprehensions, she and Stevens gradually fall in love, though neither will admit it, and only give vent to their charged feelings via fierce arguments.

  • DOLBY VISION/HDR GRADE, approved by director James Ivory
  • DOLBY ATMOS TRACK, plus 5.1 + 2-Channel Surround
  • Audio Commentary with Director James Ivory, Producer Ismail Merchant, and Actress Emma Thompson
  • Love and Loyalty: The Making of The Remains of the Day Featurette
  • The Remains of the Day: The Filmmakers Journey Featurette
  • Blind Loyalty, Hollow Honor: England’s Fatal Flaw Featurette
  • 7 Deleted Scenes with Optional Director’s Commentary
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Optional English SDH subitles for the main feature

BLU-RAY: $14.96
DVD: $12.96

Running the Bases

Mill Creek Entertainment | 2022 | 127 min | Rated PG
Directed by Marty Roberts and Jimmy Womble

A small-town baseball coach gets the offer of a lifetime from a larger 6A high school. He uproots his family and leaves the only home he has ever known. For this nine-time state championship coach, winning is secondary to creating young men of character and integrity. But he soon learns that things run differently in the big city, especially for a man of faith. The superintendent, because of the death of his wife, has built emotional walls that even his own son cannot break through. He unleashes his bitterness toward God on the new coach and his methods. Through the turmoil, the season takes its toll on the coach and his family. Now faced with feelings of regret over his move, the question is, will his faith be enough to help him turn things around?

  • Deleted Scenes
  • Original trailer
  • Optional English subtitles for the main feature

4K ULTRA HD: $34.99

The Slumber Party Massacre: Double Feature

Shout Factory | 1982-1987 | 2 Movies, 3 Cuts | 162 min | Not Rated
Directed by Deborah Brock & Amy Holden Jones

Put on your PJs and say your prayers … it’s time for one nightmare of an all-nighter with a double dose of slashtastic cult classics: The Slumber Party Massacre and Slumber Party Massacre II!

In The Slumber Party Massacre, Trish (Michele Michaels) invites her high school basketball teammates over for a night they’ll never forget — or survive — when an unexpected guest crashes the party: an escaped psychopath with a portable power drill. And in the freaky follow-up Slumber Party Massacre II, Courtney (Crystal Bernard) is tormented by dreams of the infamous Driller Killer returning to wreak havoc … only to find that (bad) dreams really do come true when the murderous monster is reincarnated as an evil rocker.



  • NEW 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative For Both Films
  • In Dolby Vision (HDR 10 Compatible)
  • 2.0 Mono DTS-HD Master Audio 
  • Audio Commentary With Director Amy Holden Jones And Actors Michael Villella And Debra Del Liso (The Slumber Party Massacre)
  • Audio Commentary With Writer/Director/Producer Deborah Brock, Producer Don Daniel And Story Editor Beverly Gray (Slumber Party Massacre II)


  • NEW 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative
  • 2.0 Mono DTS-HD Master Audio 
  • Audio Commentary With Director Amy Holden Jones And Actors Michael Villella And Debra Del Liso
  • Sleepless Nights: The Making Of The Slumber Party Massacre
  • Interview With Actor Riggs Kennedy
  • Alternate Title Sequence
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • U.K. Teaser Trailer
  • Still Gallery


  • NEW 4K Scan Of The Original Camera Negative
  • 2.0 Mono DTS-HD Master Audio
  • Audio Commentary With Writer/Director/Producer Deborah Brock, Producer Don Daniel And Story Editor Beverly Gray
  • Slumber Party Massacre II Unrated Cut
  • Sleepless Nights: Revisiting Slumber Party Massacre II
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Video Trailer
  • Still Gallery

BLU-RAY: $16.59
DVD: $9.94

The Crimson Rivers

Kino Lorber | 2000 | 106 min | Rated R
Directed by Mathieu Kassovitz

Pierre Niemans is a tough city cop assigned to investigate a brutal murder at a college in the Alps, Max Kerkerian a young investigator trying to find out why the grave of a ten-year-old girl was desecrated. As their parallel investigations start, slowly they converge and the duo find themselves with more bodies leading them to a dark secret in Mathieu Kassovitz’s dark, cerebral thriller.

  • Audio Commentary by Director Mathieu Kassovitz and Stars Jean Reno & Vincent Cassel
  • The Investigation: Documentary
  • The Making of a Corpse: Featurette
  • The Chase: Storyboard Comparisons with Optional Commentary
  • The Avalanche: Multi-Angle Featurette
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • French & English 5.1 Surround
  • Blu-ray Reversible Art
  • Limited Edition Blu-ray Slipcase
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $18.99

Giovanni’s Island

Shout Factory | 2014 | 102 min | Not Rated
Directed by Mizuho Nishikubo

Brothers Junpei and Kanta live on Shikotan, a tiny fishing island, that has been spared from the devastations of World War II. The two children are named after Giovanni and Campanella from their late mother’s favorite book, Night on the Galactic Railroad, which becomes a source of solace in the aftermath of Japan’s defeat. When Soviet forces arrive with their families to settle on the island, Junpei meets Tanya, the daughter of the commander. Despite their language barrier and growing tension, the children soon form an unlikely friendship.

  • Making Of
  • Interview With Actor Polina Ilyushenko
  • “Troika” Music Video
  • Art Gallery

BLU-RAY: $16.59

The Hunter

Kino Lorber | 1980 | 97 min | Rated PG
Directed by Buzz Kulik

Steve McQueen’s last movie shows the dynamic talent of the late, great actor in one of his most memorable roles: the true story of Ralph “Papa” Thorson, a modern day bounty hunter. Thorson’s exploits are detailed as he pursues a number of fugitives who have skipped bail. The chase comes full circle when he becomes the quarry of a vengeful psychopath. McQueen’s multi-dimensional performance as Thorson, a man born in the wrong age, is counterpoint to the explosive action in The Hunter.

  • NEW Audio Commentary by critics Steve Mitchell and Nathaniel Thompson
  • Theatrical Trailer
  • Two TV Spots
  • VHS Trailer
  • Reversible Art
  • Limited Edition O-Card Slipcase
  • Optional English Subtitles

BLU-RAY: $24.99
DVD: $23.49

Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams

Sony Pictures | 2020 | 120 min | Rated PG
Directed by Luca Guadagnino

Growing up poor in Bonito, Italy, Salvatore Ferragamo began his career as a shoemaker before he was barely a teenager. Immigrating to America in 1915 at the age of 16, his work would soon help invent the glamour of Hollywood’s silent era as he created shoes for iconic films including The Thief of Bagdad and The Ten Commandments and for stars including Gloria Swanson, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks, many of whom became his friends. Overcoming a Depression-era setback, Ferragamo rebounded and would define mid-century elegance for performers including Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth, and Ingrid Bergman — all while embarking on a love story and warm family life with his wife, Wanda, and their six children.

In Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams, Academy Award-nominated and BAFTA-nominated filmmaker Luca Guardano (A Bigger Splash, Call Me by Your Name) tracks Ferragamo’s life from humble beginnings to California and to a storied studio in Florence, Italy. With Emmy-nominated actor Michael Stuhlbard (Call Me by Your Name, The Shape of Water) narrating Ferragamo’s 1955 memoir; a trove of 100-year-old archival footage; an extraordinary “shoe ballet” created by stop-motion artist PES; and incisive commentary by MARTIN SCORSESE, MANOLO BLAHNIK, CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN, Vogue Creative Director GRACE CODDINGTON, Variety Film Critic TODD MCCARTHY, WANDA FERRAGAMO and Wanda and Salvatore’s children and grandchildren, Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams is a portrait of a man whose vision, passion, and craftsmanship made him “shoemaker to the stars,” an architect of Hollywood magic, and an enduring cultural, fashion, and artistic influence.

  • NONE

BLU-RAY: $34.98

Thrillers From the Vault: 8 Classic Horror Films

(The Black Room / The Man They Could Not Hang / Before I Hang / The Man with Nine Lives / The Devil Commands / The Boogie Man Will Get You / The Return of the Vampire / Five)

Mill Creek Entertainment | 1951 | 8 Movies | 564 min
Directed by Arch Oboler

The Black Room (1935)

In Tirol in the late 19th century, when twins are born to the ruling Baron de Berghman, the youngest, Anton, is sent away due to a family legend that the youngest twin will kill the oldest. Two decades later, the elder twin, Gregor (Boris Karloff) arranges for Anton’s (also Karloff) return so that the brothers may rule their country jointly. Upon Anton’s arrival, mysterious disappearances and murders occur — and when the local peasants accuse Gregor, he assumes his more popular twin’s identity.

The Man They Could Not Hang (1939)

Scientist Dr Savaard creates a life-saving artificial heart, but his experiment is interrupted and he is sentenced to hang when the authorities intervene following the death of one his subjects. Savaard promises revenge if he can escape the gallows.

Before I Hang (1940)

Imprisoned for euthanizing a patient, Dr. John Garth (Boris Karloff) spends his time on death row trying to concoct a serum that will reverse the aging process. He injects himself with his potion and miraculously becomes younger, but, unbeknown to him, he is also tainted by the blood of a homicidal maniac that was used in the formula. After his sentence is commuted, Garth returns home to his loving daughter, Martha (Evelyn Keyes), but is soon compelled to go on a murderous rampage.

The Man with Nine Lives (1940)

Missing for ten years, Dr Leon Kravaal has been found. Frozen solid in a block of ice, Kravaal was conducting forbidden experiments in human cryogenics when he became trapped within his own freezer. Thawed out by Tim Morgan and Judy Blair, Kravaal vows to continue his research, using his enemies as guinea pigs.

The Devil Commands (1941)

Overcome by grief after the accidental death of his wife, respected university professor Dr. Julian Blair (Boris Karloff) becomes obsessed with using his experiments to communicate with her. Having captured her brain waves on a machine, Blair must find a receptor for them, and tries using a single live subject. After several failures, Blair quits his university job and hides out in a small New England town, where he adds more unsuspecting subjects — both alive and dead — to his experiments.

The Boogie Man Will Get You (1942)

Winnie Slade, a young divorcee, buys an old historic house from nutty Professor Billings (Boris Karloff), who lives there with his daffy housekeeper and bizarre neighbors, in order to convert it into a hotel. She allows them to continue to live on the property – unaware that the Professor continues to experiment unsuccessfully on traveling salesmen, the bodies of whom have filled the cellar. They are joined by a variety of eccentric characters including a quack doctor who doubles as the town’s sheriff, Winnie’s frenetic ex-husband, an oddball choreographer, a punchdrunk traveling salesman, and a lunatic escapee from the Italian army…

The Return of the Vampire (1943)

In 1918 London, Hungarian vampire Armand Tesla (Bela Lugosi) uses his servant, werewolf Andreas Obry (Matt Willis), to assist in procuring victims. When a friend of Lady Jane Ainsley (Frieda Inescort) becomes Tesla’s next victim, Jane and an acquaintance stalk the vampire and kill him by driving a stake through his heart. But 23 years later, a German bomb disturbs Tesla’s grave, and cemetery workers restoring the site pull the stake from his corpse, bringing him back to life to seek revenge.

Five (1951)

The world is destroyed in a nuclear holocaust. Only five Americans survive, including a pregnant woman, a neo-Nazi, a black man and a bank clerk.

  • NONE

BLU-RAY: $23.96

The Werewolf of Washington

Kino Lorber | 1973 | 90 min | Not Rated
Directed by Milton Moses Ginsberg

Watergate-era governmental corruption inspired this cinematic howl of anger from counter-culture auteur Milton Moses Ginsberg (Coming Apart). The Werewolf of Washington is a biting satire that savagely attacks beltway politics while paying playful homage to the wolfman pictures of the past. Dean Stockwell (Blue Velvet) stars as a presidential aide whose rise to power is exacerbated by the bite of a wolf, transforming him into a bloodthirsty beast with the rising of every full moon. As history has shown, a monster in the White House is not strictly a 1970s phenomenon, and so, half a century later, The Werewolf of Washington is as eviscerating and relevant as ever. This special Director’s Cut was prepared by Ginsberg shortly before his death in 2021.

  • Original theatrical release version
  • Interview with Milton Moses Ginsberg, by Jake Perlin
  • A critical discussion with Simon Abrams and Sheila O’Malley
  • Theatrical trailer
  • TV Spot
  • American Royalty
  • Broker (2022)
  • Calendar Girls (2022)
  • Darla’s Book Club: Black Beauty
  • Epic Showdowns: 4 Action Movies (The Cowboy Way / The Jackal / Kull the Conqueror / End of Days) (1994-1999)
  • A Family For 1640 Days
  • The Fight Machine
  • The First Fallen
  • Good Ol Girl
  • Holiday Kids: Easter
  • Indochine (1992)
  • I Will Soar
  • JFK Conspiracy
  • Jackie Chan 5-Movie Action Collection
  • Lap Dancer / Bare Exposure
  • Life & Life (2021)
  • A Life’s Work
  • The Long Dark Trail (2022)
  • Magnificent Warriors (1987)
  • The Mummy Resurrection
  • My Well Being: Understanding & Managing My Emotions
  • The Paradise Motel (2022)
  • Preschool Prep: Alphabet & Languages From A: Z
  • Railway Children
  • Raymond Lewis: L.A. Legend
  • Requiem for a Heavyweight (1962)
  • Ring-a-Ding Rhythm (1962)
  • Saving Lincoln
  • Science Kids: Koalas – Anatomy Habitat, & Crikey Fun Facts
  • Science Kids: Seasons
  • Science Kids: Shark Alley & The Red Triangle – Great Whites On The Hunt
  • Sci-Fi from the Vault: 4 Classic Films (1955-1959)
  • Screamers: The Hunting (2008)
  • Sexual Impulse / Sexual Roulette
  • Silent Avant-Garde: 21 Experiments with Silent Film & New MusicThe Smurfs: Springtime Specials (1982)
  • Sweet Revenge: A Hannah Swensen Mystery (2021)

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