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Into the Night (1985) Blu Ray & DVD (101 Films)

A dual format release of John Landis's largely-forgotten, cameo-heavy 1985 nighttime comedy thriller starring Jeff Goldblum, Michelle Pfeiffer, Dan Aykroyd and David Bowie.

Michelle Pfeiffer is cute in Into the Night


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Starcrash (1978) Blu Ray (Stratx)

Luigi Cozzi’s cheap, batshit-crazy Star Wars rip-off starring Caroline Munro is so insanely inane that it’s in its own class of fascinating folly.

Stop-motion and Hasselhoff in Starcrash


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The Flying Guillotine (1975) Blu Ray (88 Films)

An entertaining but lesser Shaw Brothers production featuring Kuan Tai Chen as an assassin who questions the morality of his assignments.

Feng Ku in The Flying Guillotine


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The Sinbad Trilogy Blu Ray & DVD Limited Edition (Indicator)

A must for those who are nostalgic about the films, and for those who want to find out what made Ray Harryhausen so cherished.

Dragon and Cyclops face off in The 7th Voyage of Sinbad


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The Dirty Dozen (1967) Blu Ray & DVD & Digital Download (Warner)

If it seems dated now, remember The Dirty Dozen came first out of many.

The Dirty Dozen lined up

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Outland (1981) Blu Ray & DVD & Digital Download (Warner)

A rather average western set in space - saved by the visuals, action and performances.

Sean Connery chasing a suspect in Outland

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Masked Avengers (1981) Blu Ray & DVD (88 Films)

More Shaw Brothers Hong Kong cult entertainment courtesy of 88 Films Asia.

A nasty way to go in The Masked Avengers

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Ironmaster (1983) Blu Ray & DVD (88 Films)

Tedious Italian loincloth fable with a misguided anti-war message and an erstwhile gay porn star.

The extraordinary artwork of Ironmaster

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Hard Times (1975) Blu Ray & DVD (Eureka)

A finely crafted Great Depression-set action-drama from Walter Hill, stunningly presented by Eureka.

Charles Bronson and James Coburn sit down for a meal in during The Great Depression

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2019: After the Fall of New York (1983) Blu Ray (88 Films)

This post-apocalyptic Italian cheese is enjoyable if approached in the right frame of mind - and even has a few decent elements.

Edmund Purdom coerces Michael Sopkiw into carrying out a special mission

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