Drive-In Cult Classics 2 film Product Information
Drive-In Cult Classics 2 movie was released Aug 12, 2008 by the Brentwood Home Video (BCI Eclipse LLC) studio. Standard Screen; Soundtrack English
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The DRIVE-IN CULT CLASSICS 2 collection celebrates the grand tradition of the American "B" movie with a feast of schlock features including THEY SAVED HITLER'S BRAIN (1963), THE HEARSE (1980), and BLOODLUST! (1963), starring Robert Reed of THE BRADY BUNCH.
Drive-In Cult Classics 2 movie Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7688442|
|Studio||Brentwood Home Video (BCI Eclipse LLC)|
|Release Date||Aug 12, 2008|
|Running Time||647 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Limited Edition; Box Set|
|Movie Details||Color; Limited Edition; Box Set; 4-Disc Set|
Drive-In Cult Classics 2 DVD Features
gas ever developed, he vanishes. At the same time, on a small island called Mandoras in the Caribbean, a group of fanatics from Nazi Germany has carried out a secret experiment after WWII to give eternal life to the brain of Adolf Hitler. Unfortunately, the brain is giving orders that this deadly gas is to be used to take over the world. In possession of a clue, the professor's daughter and his son-in-law find their way to Mandoras. Can they find her father and stop these madmen before they take over the world? This new edition has been mastered from the original negative, and it has never looked so good. Starring Walter Stocker, Audrey Caire, Carlos Rivas, and Marshall Reed.
Not Rated 74 Minutes 1963 B&W
They Saved Hitler's Brain - Despite bearing a 1963 copyright, They Saved Hitler's Brain" was released years later on television after the 1963 film, The Madmen of Mandoras, was combined with new footage of "CID" agents, Vic and Toni.
Not Rated 91 Minutes 1963 B&W Terrified - Buried Alive... How much shock can the human brain endure before it cracks!
A college psychology student, intent on writing a term paper on how much terror the human mind can endure, learns his answers first-hand as he finds himself the target of a mysterious, hooded killer. Starring Rod Lauren and Steve Drexel.
Not Rated 85 Minutes 1963 B&W
Bloodlust! - The amazing tale of a crazed doctor living on a tropical island, who seeks to surpass the thrill of hunting the world's most dangerous animals by stalking and murdering people instead! Starring Wilton Graff and Robert Reed (The Brady Bunch).
Not Rated 68 Minutes 1961 B&W
The Creeping Terror - A newlywed couple's honeymoon is interrupted when an alien spaceship lands near their home in Angel County, California. Starring Vic Savage and Shannon O'Neal.
Not Rated 75 Minutes - 1964 B&W Land of the Minotaur - Tourists visiting a Greece archaeological site are being abducted by a strange cult intent on providing their God - the Minotaur - with sacrifices. Father Roache (Donald Pleasence) enlists the help of former pupil and New York private detective to find out what has happened to them. Starring Peter Cushing (Horror of Dracula) and Donald Pleasence (Halloween).
Rated PG 88 Minutes 1977 Color - New Anamorphic Widescreen transfer! (1.85:1)
The Hearse - A chilling psychological tale about a young schoolteacher who - having recently endured personal hardships - begins to question her sanity when she repeatedly encounters a mysterious hearse. Starring Trish Van Devere and Joseph Cotton.
Rated PG 95 Minutes 1980 - Color The Devil's Hand - Rick Turner is haunted by strange dreams of a beautiful woman. When he and his fiancÚ visit a local doll shop, he is surprised to encounter a doll that looks just like his mystery woman. He is also surprised to discover that the owner of the shop has a doll that resembles his fiancÚ. Rick soon finds himself involved with a satanic cult that causes the life of his fiancÚ to slowly fade away. Starring Robert Alda and Neil Hamilton.
Not Rated 71 Minutes 1962 - B&W
Source: Brentwoon Home Video (BCI Eclipse, LLC.)
Full Frame - 1.33
(unspecified) - English
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