Sunday, September 29, 2013

MOVIE NOOSE REEL: HORROR, SILENTS, NUDIE CUTIES - LATEST DVD RELEASES



ONE OF THE GREATEST FRIGHT FILMS EVER UNLEASHED…
"Great, creepy stuff, full of menacing atmosphere, grisly FX and fun story turns!”- Fangoria

The ‘70s horror classic returns like you’ve never seen it before! Screen legends Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing star as rival turn-of-the-century anthropologists transporting a frozen ‘missing link’ aboard the Trans-Siberian Express. But when the prehistoric creature thaws and escapes, it unleashes a brain-scarfing spree that turns its victims into the eye-bleeding undead. Can the crafty colleagues stop this two million year old monster, hordes of zombie passengers and a psychotic Cossack officer (Telly Savalas) before terror goes off the rails? Silvia Tortosa (When The Screaming Stops) co-stars in this all-time fright favorite from director Eugenio Martín and the blacklisted Hollywood screenwriters of Psychomania, now featuring explosive new Extras and a stunning HD transfer from vault elements recently unearthed in a Mongolian film depot!

EXTRAS:
• Murder On The Trans-Siberian Express: New Interview With Director Eugenio Martin

• Notes From The Blacklist: Producer Bernard Gordon Discusses The McCarthy Era
• The Guardian Interview With Peter Cushing 1973 (Audio only)
• Telly And Me: New Interview With Composer John Cacavas
• Introduction by Fangoria Editor Chris Alexander
• Theatrical Trailer
Available from retailers now, including CULT MOVIE MANIA


DVD-R Details

  • ORIGINAL ASPECT RATIO - 1.85:1
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 17 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1958
  • Label: Warner Bros.

Performers, Cast and Crew:

Starring
Tom Tryon & Gloria Talbott
Performer:
Ken Lynch, Peter Baldwin, Alan Dexter, Chuck Wassil, Ty Hungerford, John Eldredge & Robert Ivers
Directed by
Gene Fowler, Jr.
Edited by
George Tomasini
Screenwriting by
Louis Vittes
Art Direction by
Henry Bumstead & Hal Pereira
Produced by
Gene Fowler, Jr.
Director of Photography:
Haskell Boggs

Description by OLDIES.com:

A distraught Marge Farrell (Gloria Talbott) is growing increasingly alarmed over the changes in her new husband Bill (Tom Tryon), who's been acting strangely ever since their wedding night. And for good reason: Bill -- and most of the other men in their small town -- have been taken over by sinister aliens who have arrived on planet Earth to marry human women with the hope of reviving their dying race. Marge has stumbled onto their terrifying plan, and must now convince someone -- anyone -- to believe her...before the aliens completely inhabit the bodies of the entire male population.

DVD-R Details

  • Run Time: 1 hours, 10 minutes
  • Video: Black & White
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1925
  • Label: Alpha Video

Performers, Cast and Crew:

Starring
Bela Lugosi & Lila Lee
Performer:
Dolores Casanelli, Gareth Hughes, Ruby Blaine & John Walsh
Directed by
Wilfred Noy

Description:

Screen legend Bela Lugosi gives a sinister performance as Nicholas Harmon, an opera house Lothario who is obsessed with beautiful young girls. Disgusted with his stepfather's debauchery, Don Harmon renounces the family fortune and moves out. He takes a job conducting a nightclub orchestra, and falls in love with Anna, the beautiful singer who headlines the show. When Nicholas sees Anna, he is instantly smitten by her charms, and is determined to steal her away. The Midnight Girl is Bela Lugosi's third appearance in an American film, released six years before he achieved stardom in Universal's classic, Dracula. Lila Lee stars as Anna, the ingenue soprano. Groomed by Paramount to replace their recalcitrant star, Gloria Swanson, Lee rose to prominence in films such as Blood and Sand (1922), Love, Live And Laugh (1929) and The Unholy Three (1930). ON SALE AT Oldies.com FOR $3.99!

DVD-R Details

  • Run Time: 1 hours, 4 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
  • Released:
  • Originally Released: 1960
  • Label: Alpha Video

Performers, Cast and Crew:

Starring
Hank Henry
Performer:
Betty Blue, Doreen Dare, Valkyra & Little Jack Little
Directed by
W. Merle Connell
Narrated by
Paul Frees

Description:

This titillating 1960 festival of flesh brings comedian Hank Henry and a host of gorgeous strippers, out of the burlesque hall and before the cameras. A "scientific" study of the average male follows frustrated husband Hank as he daydreams about - you guessed it - beautiful naked women. Cleopatra, Josephine, Delilah, Pocahontas, the most nubile seductresses' of history appear in sexually suggestive bits with Hank, almost always forgetting to wear their tops, as the color cameras roll. Clearly, producer W. Merle Connell (Tijuana After Midnite,1954) spent his budget on talent and not costumes, as the screen is filled with one voluptuous beauty after another. Drive-in owners loved this type of fare - hanging the "Adults Only" sign would guarantee a packed house! Contains nudity. Bonus content includes rare blue teasers "Fanny With The Cheeks of Tan" and "Sadie the Sunbather." ON SALE AT Oldies.com FOR $3.99!

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