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Necronomicon (Blu-Ray Region B)
Refrigerator DVD (PAL All Region)
Killer Cop (Raro) (Blu-Ray)
Empire of the Ants / Jaws of Satan (Scream Factory) (Blu-Ray)
Gun Woman (Scream Factory) (Blu-Ray)
Food of the Gods / Frogs (Scream Factory) (Blu-Ray)
Nashville Girl DVD (Scorpion Releasing) (NTSC All Region)
Boys in the Band (Kino Cinema Classics) (Blu-Ray)
Land that Time Forgot (Kino Cinema Classics) (Blu-Ray)
Sadistic Baron von Klaus (Jess Franco / Redemption) (Blu-Ray)

Cannibal Ferox (Grindhouse Releasing 3 Disc Blu-Ray / CD Combo)
Vampyros Lesbos (Jess Franco Severin) (DVD / Blu-Ray Combo All Region)
She Killed In Ecstasy (Jess Franco Severin) (Blu-Ray / CD Combo All Region)
Satan's Blade (Slasher Video) (Blu-ray)
Madman (Vinegar Syndrome) (DVD / Blu-Ray All Region Combo)
Food of the Gods / Frogs (Scream Factory) (Blu-Ray)
Don't Go in the House (DVD / Blu-Ray Combo Region All Region)
Short Night of Glass Dolls (Camera Obscura) (Blu-Ray Region B)
Revenge of the Ninja (Scorpion Releasing) (Blu-Ray)
Island of Death (Arrow US) (DVD / Blu-Ray Combo)


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Boys from Brazil (Shout Factory) (Blu-Ray)
Elderly Nazi hunter Ezra Lieberman has made a life of seeking out the last remnants of the Third Reich. But when he investigates a lead about a mysterious plot to assassinate ninety-four seemingly unconnected men from around the world, he makes a terrifying discovery that has dire consequences for the fate of the human race. Lieberman’s desperate quest to stop the unthinkable launches him on a collision course with the sinister figure behind the plot: the infamous Dr. Josef Mengele.
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Boys in the Band (Kino Cinema Classics) (Blu-Ray)
Extraordinary! Groundbreaking! Controversial! Director William Friedkin (The Exorcist, Cruising) and playwright Mart Crowley serve up the acclaimed, groundbreaking film adapted from Crowley's hallmark off-Broadway play - a witty, perceptive and devastating look at the personal agendas and suppressed revelations swirling among a group of gay men in Manhattan. Harold (Leonard Frey) is celebrating a birthday, and his friend Michael (Kenneth Nelson) has drafted some friends to help commemorate the event. As the evening progresses, the alcohol flows, the knives come out, and Michael's demand that the group participate in a devious telephone game unleashes dormant and unspoken emotions in this iconic classic. Co-starring Cliff Gorman (Cops and Robbers).
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Breakheart Pass (Kino Cinema Classics) (Blu-Ray)
Charles Bronson (Mr. Majestyk) is at his dynamic, heroic best in this suspenseful, action-packed mystery/western based on the best-selling novel by Alistair MacLean (Where Eagles Dare)
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Breakheart Pass DVD (Kino Cinema Classics) (NTSC Region 1)
Charles Bronson (Mr. Majestyk) is at his dynamic, heroic best in this suspenseful, action-packed mystery/western based on the best-selling novel by Alistair MacLean (Where Eagles Dare).
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Breaking Glass (Blu-Ray)
1980s London punk scene is captured in the gritty new wave musical with poignant rags to riches story of a talented and rebellious young singer-songwriter.
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Breaking Glass DVD (NTSC Region 1)
1980s London punk scene is captured in the gritty new wave musical with poignant rags to riches story of a talented and rebellious young singer-songwriter.
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Breaking the Waves (Australian Import SE) (PAL Region 2)
Special edition of the great Lars Von Trier film starring Emily Watson and Stellan Skarsgard with a commentary by the director.
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Brick DVD (NTSC Region 1)
A detective story set around a contemporary California high school, BRICK dares to combine the teen and film noir genres. In mixing these two disparate worlds, Director Rian Johnson creates many comically jarring and ironic moments. When loner Brendan Frye (a barely recognizable Joseph Gordon-Levitt of THIRD ROCK FROM THE SUN) gets a desperate-sounding call from his ex-love Emily (Emilie de Ravin), he feels compelled to help her, plunging himself into the seedy world of teenage crime that pulled her away from him in the first place
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Bright Future (US Release) (NTSC Region 1)
Acclaimed director Kiyoshi Kurosawa (Cure, Pulse) departs from the horror genre for this mystical story of urban ennui and glowing fish
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Brimstone and Treacle (Dennis Potter) (PAL Region 2)
Dennis Potter's controversial drama was banned by the BBC for 11 years. A middle-aged couple (Denholm Elliot and Patricia Lawrence) are struggling to look after their daughter Pattie (Michelle Newell), who was left severely brain-damaged after what was thought to be a freak car accident. One typically fraught evening, the strained couple are visited by an overbearingly polite young man named Martin (Michael Kitchen), who claims to be a friend of Pattie's...but very well may be the devil himself
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British Short Films DVD (Cinema 16) (PAL Region 2)
A unique collection of the best short films from British filmmakers, all of which are available here to own for the first time. Includes classics from the biggest names in British film as well as award winners from new talent. Cinema16 gives short films a much needed platform and celebrates the form, but also gives filmmakers and lovers access to some great films that would otherwise be impossible to see. Cinema 16 includes commentaries from all the filmmakers involved, including Ridley Scott (Blade Runner, Gladiator) looking back on his first filmmaking experience directing younger brother Tony; Chris Nolan (Insomnia, Memento) on the challenges of blue screen special effects on a budget; and Mike Leigh on making an epic in 18 minutes.
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Bronco Bullfrog (DVD PAL All Region / All Region Blu-Ray)
Barney Platts-Mills’ film about a 17-year-old Eastender and his gang met with great critical acclaim on its release in 1970. Other than Mike Leigh, it’s arguable that no one has better portrayed the true agony and ecstasy of British teenage wastelands than Platts-Mills, who paints a stark yet humorous canvas of working-class East-End values and perfectly captures the Mod-influenced fashions that dominated the late 1960s.
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Brother (Brat) (NTSC Region 1)
Russia's biggest box office hit in 1997, Aleksei Balabanov's (Dead Man's Bluff) Brother is an American-style gangster flick mixed with a pointed social consciousness. World cinema has shown us views of raw, impoverished post-Soviet Russia; Brother shows it with stark gunplay and one captivating lead performance.
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Brute Force DVD (Criterion) (NTSC Region 1)
As hard-hitting as its title, Brute Force was the first of Jules Dassin’s forays into the crime genre, a prison melodrama that takes a critical look at American society as well.
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Bullet Collector DVD (Artsploitation) (NTSC All Region)
Recalling the world of Antoine Doinel in Truffaut's The 400 Blows, this unsettling, moody masterwork updates that classic by giving it a distinctly Russian flavor
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