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A film by celebrated Spanish horror auteur Jess Franco. This edition is mastered in HD from the original 35mm negative, and features an audio commentary by Tim Lucas, editor of Video Watchdog magazine, the French language soundtrack with optional English subtitles, an alternate English-dubbed soundtrack, and the original theatrical trailer.
Wisecracking teacher Gabe Kotter (Gabe Kaplan) is in for the challenge of his career when he accepts a job at his alma mater, teaching an unruly band of misfits called the Sweathogs. His students - including class clown Arnold Horshack (Ron Palillo), hip athlete Freddie Boom Boom Washington (Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs), tough guy Juan Epstein (Robert Hegyes), and the cocky and so confused Vinnie Barbarino (John Travolta) - are a proven nightmare for instructors.
The series' titular character Black Dynamite (Michael Jai White) is a 1970s renaissance man with a kung-fu grip. He is a lover and a fighter who is not afraid to leap before he looks. His sidekick extraordinaire is Bullhorn, the brains and cunning that complements Black Dynamite's hard-hittin', bone-crushin' style. Providing comic relief on the mean streets is Cream Corn (Tommy Davidson) and classing up the place is the gorgeous Honey Bee (Kym Whitley).
The incredible true story of the greatest rivalry and friendship in drag racing history, pits Don 'The Snake' Prudhomme against his longtime friend and on-the-track nemesis Tom 'The Mongoose' McEwen. From the fiery days of early speedways through the explosive peak of their popularity, these are the triumphs and tragedies behind the legendary races and Hot Wheels partnership that created a global phenomenon.
A documentary by Dan Forrer exploring the birth of hip hop in the 1970s. Narrated by Gene Simmons, the film tells the story of the origins of contemporary rap by exploring the artists that helped to lay the groundwork for this new musical art form.
DVD Review THE SWEENEY (BLU-RAY)
A great group of actors are on board for this story of a London crime fighting force that promises plenty of action. Here's hoping the story behind the special effects and stuntwork is equally as engaging.
DVD Review LIZ & DICK
Exploitive much? Lindsey Lohan brings her tabloid gravitas to a movie picking over the bones of the woman, whose life was the material of tabloid legend. Not very good as a biography, not very good as a movie, this film careens from cringeworthy to boring. For Lohan completists only (or maybe Grant Bowler fans).
The Rolling Stones, the rock 'n' roll icons who have defined creativity, daring and durability, are to be chronicled in a kaleidoscopic new film that will debut Nov. 15 on HBO. With never-before-seen footage and fresh insights from the band themselves, the film will delight, shock and amaze longtime devotees, as well as another generation of fans, with its uniquely immersive style and tone. Crossfire Hurricane places the viewer right on the frontline of the band's most legendary escapades.
Helmed by veteran director Val Guest this '70s British sex comedy about four girls who come to London to work in au pair jobs and immerse themselves in the wild lifestyles of swinging London.
Features rare footage, archive interviews, seldom seen photographs and the music that changed the world, all at once making for the finest program on this element of Bob Dylan and The Band's respective and communal careers yet to emerge.
Stars Danielle Panabaker, Katrina Bowden, David Koechner, David Hasselhoff , Christopher Lloyd, and Gary Busey. Directed by John Gulager and written by Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton. The film incorporates the classic elements of the teen horror/exploitation movies of the 1970s, packed with ferocious flesheaters, scantily-clad young victims, and bizarre and exciting twists and turns. Whereas Piranha 3D took place on a lake, the 2012 sequel is set at a water park, complete with water slides and a lazy river - the perfect places for piranha mayhem!
A 28-Disc box set of one the most beloved and groundbreaking television shows of all time. The first-ever box set release of the show contains all 213 episodes, uncut and in their original broadcast form. A wealth of bonus features includes a 40-page collectible book with essays by Pulitzer Prize-winning TV critic Tom Shales and USC Media Professor Marty Kaplan, a new interview with Norman Lear, the documentary Those Were The Days: The Birth Of 'All In The Family.'
Follow the fortunes of a young Frenchman (Andrew Stevens) as he immigrates to America during the Revolutionary War and crosses paths with historical heavyweights including Paul Revere (William Shatner), Benjamin Franklin (Tom Bosley), Samuel Adams (William Daniels), and George Washington (Peter Graves). Nominated for two Emmys and a Golden Globe and broadcast in the late 1970s
In the 1970s, Steve Martin exploded onto the national scene with a brand of comedy that was so anti-hip it was ueber hip. But before he turned into a movie star, he'd cemented his legend as a television star and stand-up comedian. Now, for the first time, Martin's long in-demand television specials and stand-up comedy performances -- along with a 24-page booklet and bonus features -- will have you laughing all over again!
The Lina Wertmuller Collection: The Seduction of Mimi (1972), Love & Anarchy (1973) and All Screwed Up (1974). Acclaimed as one of the leading filmmakers of the 1970s, Wertmueller demonstrates her equal skills at both rollicking comedy and rich drama with this trio of classics made during the height of her career.
In one of his few screen appearances, reclusive actor Duane Jones (Night of the Living Dead) stars as anthropologist Hess Green, who is stabbed with an ancient ceremonial dagger by his unstable assistant (Gunn), endowing him with the blessing of immortality, and the curse of an unquenchable thirst for blood. When the assistant's beautiful and outspoken wife Ganja (Marlene Clark in an unforgettable performance) comes searching for her vanished husband, she and Hess form an unexpected partnership. Together, they explore just how much power there is in the blood.
This 16-DVD box set features nearly 40 hours of content, including all 110 episodes of Fat Albert and the Cosby kids (36 episodes), The New Fat Albert Show (24 episodes) and The Adventures of Fat Albert and the Cosby kids (50 episodes), of which seasons 2 - 4 have never before been released on DVD before. Special features include commentary and a documentary on the history of Fat Albert by Bill Cosby and a 20-page book featuring an essay by Dr. Gordon Berry, the show's educational advisor.
From legendary Japanese director Shinsuke Ogawa (A Summer in Narita, Peasants of the Second Fortress, The Building of the Iwayama Tower) and his disciple, feminist filmmaker Peng Xiolian (Shanghai Story, A Woman of Substance). Red Persimmons is a visually elegant paean to the cultivation and harvesting of the sweet red fruit in the tiny Japanese village of Kaminoyama. The film's larger subject, however, is the disappearance of Japan's traditional culture, the end of a centuries-old way of life. Begun by Ogawa in the late 1980s.
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