Drive-In Movie Classics 50 Movie Pack: Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride - Snowbeast - Slave of the Cannibal God - Prisoners of the Lost Universe - Invasion of the Bee Girls - Horror of the Zombies - Day of the Panther - Single Room Furnished + 42 more
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On a bit of a different note..
Not really going to talk about how "cheesy" some of these films are "Drive-In Movie Classics" pretty much sums it up and that is what you get.
What I want to do is make a couple of comments about this package of movies that I think many of the other reviewers overlooked:
1 The packaging of the discs the package I got consisted of a box with 12 individual cardboard sleeves, each with a single DVD inside. Personally I like this as it seems to have kept the discs secure during shipment. I've bought other multi-disc sets and have never been that impressed with how they were shoe-horned into a single huge clam-shell case. Another thing that I like about the slim sleeves that these discs come in it makes it really easy to drop one or two of these movies into the pockets of my laptop and/or my portable DVD player case. Also on the sleeves is a short description of each movie in a very readable 12-pt font.
2 The number of discs, there are twelve...
Time to get the popcorn and lean back the recliner for 50 drive-in classics that will take you back to a golden era of over-acting and cheesy special effects. Find the best and worst of undiscovered Drive-in cinema featuring box office legends and complete unknowns.
Absolution (1978) Color Richard Burton
Beast from Haunted Cave (1959) Black and White Michael Forrest
Black Hooker (1974) Color Sandra Alexander
Blood Mania (1970) Color Alex Rocco
Breakout from Oppression (1978) Color Lona Chang
Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride (1974) Color Christopher Lee
Country Blue (1973) Color Jack Conrad
Craze (1974) Color Jack Palance
Creeper (1977) Color Hal Holbrook
Day of the Panther (1988) Color Edward John Stazak
Don t Look in the Basement (1973) Color Rosie Holotik
Don t Open Till Christmas (1984) Color Edmund Purdom
Going Steady (1979) Color Yftach Katzur
Horror of the Zombies (1974) Color Jack Taylor
I Wonder Who s Killing Her Now? (1976) Color Bob Dishy
In Hot Pursuit (1977) Color Bob Watson
Invasion of the Bee Girls (1973) Color William Smith
Jive Turkey (1974) Color Paul Harris
Katie s Passion (1975) Color Rutger Hauer
Legacy of Blood (1971) Color John Carradine
Legend of Big Foot (1976) Color Ivan Marx
Mad Dog (1977) Color Richard Harrison
Moon of the Wolf (1972) Color David Janssen
Nabonga (1944) Black and White Buster Crabbe
Night Train to Terror (1985) Color John Philip Law
Prime Time (1977) Color Warren Oates
Prisoners of the Lost Universe (1984) Color Richard Hatch
Rattlers (1976) Color Sam Chew
Savage Journey (1983) Color Richard Moll
Savage Weekend (1976) Color Christopher Allport
Shock (1946) Black and White Vincent Price
Single Room Furnished (1968) Color Jayne Mansfield
Slave of the Cannibal God (1978) Color Ursula Andress
Snowbeast (1977) Color Bo Svenson
Spare Parts (1979) Color Jutta Speidel
The Devil with Seven Faces (1971) Color Carroll Baker
The Devil s Hand (1962) Black and White Robert Alda
The Firing Line (1991) Color Shannon Tweed
The Guy from Harlem (1977) Color Loye Hawkins
The Island Monster (1954) Black and White Boris Karloff
The Lazarus Syndrome (1979) Color Louis Gossett Jr.
The Manipulator (1971) Color Mickey Rooney
The Murder Mansion (1972) Color Evelyn Stewart
Throw Out the Anchor (1974) Color Richard Egan
TNT Jackson (1974) Color Jeanne Bell
Trauma (1978) Color Fabio Testi
Treasure of Tayopa (1974) Color Rena Winters
Twister s Revenge (1987) Color David Alan Smith
Voodoo Black Exorcist (1973) Color Fernando Sancho
Women of Devil s Island (1962) Color Guy Madison
Movie Category: Movies
Production of: Mill Creek Entertainment
Movie Rating : 3.6
Total Review : 96
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DRIVE_IN MOVIE CLASSICS
50 DRIVE-IN MOVIE CLASSICS is yet another public domain movie bonanza! It's a mixed bag of hits, misses, and total duds! Still, most are a blast to watch, and cost so much less than other releases of the same movies that it's worth the cheap price! This collection contains nudity, gore, sick humor, etc., and well deserves it's R-rating! Now, to the movies! I'll review 'em in the order they appear and use "*" for stars. THE DEVIL W/ SEVEN FACES- *** Carrol Baker is a woman plagued by the thieving partners of her twin sister. A nice twist ending you'll see coming for miles! TWISTER'S REVENGE- ** (This is on my copy instead of FIEND) A monster-truck w/ artificial intelligence helps it's driver defeat the crooks who want to steal it. Pretty dumb, but fun enough. DAY OF THE PANTHER- *** Aussie kung-fu! Ed Stazak is the fu master, out to get a druglord. Features a kung-fu fighting guy in a pig mask w/ a machette! How can you lose?? CREEPER (AKA: RITUALS)- **** Hal Holbrook stars as a doctor...