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1. Please specify item number when ordering. 2. Allow 1-3 weeks for delivery. 3. Foreign Residents, please add appropriate extra postage. (Sorry, available only in NTSC) 4. Add $1.00 service charge on all orders not paid with check or money orders. 5. All DVD titles come with full color packaging. 6. Make all checks and money orders payable to: SINISTER CINEMA there’s also a hooded killer on the grounds, slashing people to death with a straight razor. There’s also a grotesque, club-footed lady living on the upper floor, whom the doctor is trying to cure of a hideously ugly face. This film is great fun and keeps you guessing who the mad killer is. Great color, from 35mm. THE DEVIL’S MISTRESS (1966) Joan Stapleton, Robert Gregory, Wes Morland, Douglas Warren, Oren Williams. An Old West horror film about a female vampire who has a passion for unsuspecting cowboys. Named “Liah,” she is beautiful and bewitching and soon takes revenge on the four cowboy thugs who murdered her husband in cold blood. By using her mysterious charm, she spins a web of horrific revenge. Color, 16mm. THE WITCH (1966) Richard Johnson, Rossanna Schiaffino, Sarah Ferrati. A young historian is brought to a magnificent palatial estate to assemble the largely erotic memoirs of a deceased general. There he falls in love with a beautiful witch. Supernatural horror and danger follow in this engaging Euro-horror opus. A classy film, both elegant and moody. 16mm. DRIVE-IN COMBO #186 (DVD item #DI-186D) MINOTAUR, DRIVE-IN COMBO #184 (DVD item #DI-184D) THE DEATHHEAD VIRGIN (1974) Jock Gaynor, Diane Mc Bain, Larry Ward, Vic Diaz, Kim Ramos. Gaynor’s a treasure hunter who finds a big haul—a sunken ship in the Pacific. However, the ship is guarded by the vengeful spirit of an ancient princess. She stalks totally naked around the beaches and possesses Gaynor’s partner’s soul, sending him on a murder rampage. A great cheapie. Norman Foster directed. Several bikini-clad babes flaunt their goods. Rated R: nudity, violence. Nice color, 16mm. EERIE MIDNIGHT HORROR SHOW (1974, aka THE SEXORCIST) Stella Carnacina, Chris Avram, Lucretia Love. A beautiful woman purchases an ancient statue. In a shocking scene, it comes to life and rapes her. She then becomes possessed and is taken to a convent where an exorcism priest is brought in to free her. The climax is shocking and there is a lot of nudity. All in all though, this is a well-made exorcism movie. Recommended for Euro-horror fans. Rated R. Color, 35mm. DRIVE-IN COMBO #185 (DVD item #DI-185D) THE MURDER CLINIC (1966, WIDESCREEN) Williams Berger, Barbara Wilson, Mary Young, Françoise Prévost, Harriet White. Dr. Vance owns a clinic for the mentally ill located in a gloomy forest. He’s surrounded by many pretty girls, all of whom he lusts for. Unfortunately, WILD BEAST OF CRETE (1960, WIDESCREEN) Bob Mathias, Rosanna Schiaffino, Alberto Lupo, Rik Battaglia. King Minos sacrifices the “required” number of virgins to the monstrous Minotaur. But as his wife is dying, she confesses that their daughter has a twin hidden away to avoid giving her to the Minotaur. The daughter, raised by Minos, then goes all out to land her unknown twin into the clutches of the Minotaur. Theseus, the Greek hero, steps in to save the lost twin. In English (a few spots are in Italian with additional English subtitles). Great color, 35mm. A LUST FOR DYING (1960, WIDESCREEN) Annette Stroyberg, Elsa Martinelli, Mel Ferrer. This retelling of Lefanu’s classic vampire tale, Carmilla, is a good one. Stroyberg is excellent as the Carmilla character and Ferrer shines as Karnstein. Carmilla’s obsession with her friend’s engagement leads her into the darkness of a female vampire’s tomb. Carmilla is then possessed by the vampire, who then sets out to slay and terrorize Carmilla’s acquaintances. The sepia-toned B&W scenes with red blood flowing through are striking. W/English subtitles. Technicolor, 35mm. DRIVE-IN COMBO #187 (DVD item #DI-187D) THE MAGIC SERPENT (1966, WIDESCREEN) Hiroki Matsukata, Tomoko Ogawa, Ryutaro Otomo. In ancient Japan, a good lord is killed and his throne is taken by a treacherous lord and his sorcerer. Years later, a young prince embarks on a quest for vengeance. An epic battle soon ensues between the prince and the sorcerer. Cool. This is a beautiful production and there are enough giant monsters to make anyone happy, including a dragon and a giant frog! The climactic monster battle is rollicking and great fun. In English. Beautiful color, from 35mm. DRIVE-IN COMBO #189 (DVD item #DI-189D) DRIVE-IN COMBO #188 (DVD item #DI-188D) STAR ODYSSEY (1977) Sharon Baker, Chris Avran. An alien mastermind has picked Earth for annihilation. Earth sends a fleet of starships to fight against the super robots from this far-off galaxy. Lots of pitched space battles with plenty of action. Sounds cool, huh? However, this is one of the schlockiest, cheapest sci-fi movies ever made. Everything about this film is hilariously bad—and therefore, a must! Nice color, 16mm. PLANET OF DINOSAURS (1977) Harvey Shain, Mary Aplleseth, Max Thayer, Derna Wylde. A lost spaceship lands on a mysterious planet filled with rampaging prehistoric monsters. The crew members have to stave off these giant lizards until they are rescued. The special effects, though somewhat primitive, are actually pretty good. Nice color, 16mm. HOT MONEY GIRL (1959) Eddie Constantine, Christopher Lee, Dawn Addams, Marius Goring, Nadine Tallier. This is a slick, entertaining intrigue movie. Constantine, Addams, and Goring hatch a plot to recover a parcel of priceless jewels from behind the iron curtain. Their quest takes them to an old convent that’s now a police barracks. Lots of tense moments as they break through security lines in search of the jewels. Unfortunately, there’s a traitor in their midst. Lee shines as a slimy villain. From 16mm. THE UNSTOPPABLE MAN (1960) Cameron Mitchell, Marious Goring, Harry Corbett, Lois Maxwell. An underrated British thriller. Mitchell is a tycoon whose son is kidnapped. There’s a huge ransom demand and the cops tell Mitchell to let them handle it. Mitchell has other ideas, though, and takes matters into his own hands. There’s a bit of science fiction at the film’s cool climax as Mitchell defends himself from the bad guys with a futuristic, hand-held flame projector. Not bad. From 35mm.