Sunday, April 19

Swap Meet Finds

Lady Street Fighter (1985) -- Rare Unicorn Video edition
Seizure (1974)
Alice, Sweet Alice (Communion) (1976) -- sealed, weird art
Raw Force (1982) -- Rare Media edition, this one sounds crazy
The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976) -- Rare Warner edition, last SP version before falling into EP hell via GoodTimes Video.
Troma's War (1988) -- Uncut Media VHS, on DVD, but never seen it and it was only a buck
Slumber Party Massacre II (1987) -- Got it on DVD, but it was a buck
The Night of a Thousand Cats (La noche de los mil gatos) (1972) -- Sadly cover is heavily damaged, tape is mint, no publisher named anywhere.
The Rue Morgue Massacres (El jorobado de la Morgue) (1973) --Rare All Seasons Entertainment big box
Angel of H.E.A.T. (1983) -- Vestron Video CED, amusingly I found this at a church sale amongst inspirational books and tapes.


J. Astro said...

Wow, that cover for 'Seizure' is priceless.

Samuel Wilson said...

As a matter of fact, Raw Force is crazy. With kickboxing, zombies and Cameron Mitchell, how could it not be.

Anonymous said...

Wow, you found a copy of Town that Dreaded Sundown. Wish they'd release that on DVD. I did rent it once on VHS and remember thinking it was boring but I'd like to see it again. My local Caldor department store (which is now a Walmart) used to have a VHS copy for sale on their cheap movie rack. Wish I had bought it back then.

Jayson Kennedy said...

Star, I think you can safely rest not seeing TTDS again, I just had the same reaction...

Raw Force is definitely on the short list.

And yep, Seizure was an instant purchase based on the cover alone!

KFelon said...

That Seizure cover is kind of cool looking, but then all hopes of the coolness factor of the actual film are killed by the PG sticker on the cover.

Anonymous said...

Nice! you dare tread upon the staircase?

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