2010: The Year We Make Contact (1984) - The classic sequel to 2001, starring Roy Scheider and John Lithgow. LBX
3 Dev Adam (1973) - a.k.a. Turkish Spider-Man - English subtitles - stars Spider-Man, Santo, and Captain America! This is a confused mess of a movie that is non-stop fun.
40 Carats (1973) - This rare flick tells the tale of a woman on vacation in Greece who has a one night stand with a man half her age. She returns home to NYC, and discovers the guy is her daughter's boyfriend! Talk about a triangle! Stars Liv Ullmann, Eddie Albert, Gene Kelly, Deborah Raffin and more.
92 In The Shade (1975) - Peter Fonda and Warren Oates thriller
A Boy and His Dog (1976) - Don Johnson stars in this cult classic about a boy in a post-apocalypse world who has a dog best friend who communicated to him telepathically. They find a strange place of survivors and all hell breaks loose from there. A good mid-70's sci-fi flick. LBX
A Dream is a Wish Your Heart Makes: The Annette Funicello Story (1995) - The beautiful Eva La Rue plays Annette in this rare TV-movie. Features appearances by Frankie Avalon and Annette herself, playing themselves!
A Man Could Get Killed (1966) - Various characters (including James "Rockford" Garner and Sandra Dee) search of stolen diamonds in this well-shot rarity. LBX
A New Leaf (1971) - Walter Matthau ran through his inheritance, is broke, borrows from his uncle (James Coco) and has six weeks to marry money and pay him back, or he loses all his assets. Coming down to the wire, Walter meets a good prospect - but faces his uncle's obstacles. Definitely a rare gem of a flick that has been overlooked.
A Sense of Freedom (1979) - British prison flick - based on the life of Jimmy Boyle, a gangster-type sent to prison for life after he murders another gangster. Praised, brutal, based on Boyle's autobiography.
Aaron Loves Angela (1975) - Kevin Hooks and Irene Cara star as a young couple in Harlem struggling to stay together despite all obstacles. Gritty NYC drama. Great music by Jose Feleciano!
Absolution (1978) - Richard Burton rarity
Acceleration Punk (1977) - The Damned, The Police, The Sex Pistols, The Jam and more in this punk rarity. Bonus - other old punk footage including Sid Vicious death news report original newscast from New York City.
Act of Vengeance (1974) - a.k.a. Rape Squad - A hockey mask serial rapist strikes all over and hs victims for a vigilante group, coming after him and all bad guys, including a nasty pimp!
Adventures of Nick Carter (1972) - Robert Conrad
After the Fox (1966) - Lunacy abounds as Peter Sellers stars as a criminal mastermind posing as a film director as he pursues some gold. Victor Mature is also on hand in the craziness. LBX
Age of Consent (1969) - James Mason stars as a painter, and his nude model is a pretty teenager.
Age of Innocence (1977) - Very rare. A British schoolteacher finds trouble in a conservative Canadian town. Spanish subtitles.
Agon, The Atomic Dragon (1967) - In Japanese. Rare giant monster flick is all four episodes of the Japanese Agon TV show spliced together. Good monster action scenes.
Air Up There, The (1993) - Kevin Bacon stars as a college basketball coach who heads to Africa to find a remarkable player he has seen on film, and all sorts of havoc stars from there! This one was directed by Paul Michael Glasser ("Starsky") and has gained a cult following over the past two decades.
Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) - This time, the space shuttle is heading for the sun! Can disaster be averted in time? Starring Robert Hays, Lloyd Bridges, and a slew of familiar faces! LBX
Alex Joseph and His Wives (1970) - Based on a true story, a man starts his own town with his twelve wives!
Alexander: The Other Side of Dawn (1977) - Sequel to the popular "Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway" again stars Eve Plumb as Dawn and Leigh McCloskey as Alexander, a male prostitute who services both ladies and men. Along with "Dawn," this TV-movie caused quite a stir in '77.
Alice, Sweet Alice (1976) - Alice is a nice 12-year old girl, who becomes the main suspect when her younger sister is found brutally murdered. A little ahead of its time before flicks like this became really popular a few years later, one notable about this one is that it has a very young Brooke Shields, in one of her very first roles. A good one. LBX
Alligator (1980) - An amazing take on the "alligators in the sewer" legend! An alligator becomes mutated into a VERY huge creature and goes on a rampage! And not just in the sewer...this guy has no problems cruising the streets, attacking cars, and even a wedding party! This is one of those "so bad it's good" flicks, and the scenes where the alligator is walking around attacking are simply incredible (and pretty darn funny). The alligator itself looks really cool and it does get around, but there's no way this flick can be taken too seriously! In English with foreign subtitles but they don't really distract. LBX
All This and World War II (1976) - Maybe the rarest and least-known of the "Beatles films" - for some reason, someone thought it'd be a good idea to run Beatles music over stock archival footage of everything from old wartime movie stars to German tanks to Hitler himself! A weird one indeed and a very interesting viewing. Just don't blame The Beatles!
Aloha, Bobby and Rose (1975) - Great vehicle for Paul Le Mat, his first film after knocking out audiences as John Milner in "American Graffiti" - a young couple are on the run from the cops after they are mistaken as killers. This was a big hit on 70's cable - Dianne Hull plays the girl who falls for John and his awesome car. Great soundtrack and atmosphere contribute to this one being a winner. LBX
Alpha Caper, The (1973) - Leonard Nemoy and Henry Fonda star in this thrilling TV-movie about a $30 million caper. Many familiar 70's faces.
Alyas Batman and Robin (1993) - In Phillipines language. Rip-off of Batman and Robin, this rips off 60's surf music tunes and even has a midget Spider-Man dancing! No clue what's going on but this is a total blast from start to finish.
Amazing Dobermans (1976) - Fred Astaire in this rare thriller, made during doberman-mania of the 70's.
Amazing World of Psychic Phenomena (1976) - Raymond Burr stars in one of those eerie and cool 70's paranormal documentaries.
American Hot Wax (1978) - The story of DJ Alan Freed and his battle against "The Man" for rock and roll. Jerry Lee Lewis and Chuck Berry play themselves in the big concert scene. Jay Leno, Lorainne Newman and a lot of other familiar faces.
Americathon (1979) - John Ritter stars in this comedy rarity about the USA holding a big telethon!
Angel In My Pocket (1969) - Andy Griffith stars as a minister who tries to win over the people in the new town he has moved into. A must for all Andy fans.
Animals Are Beautiful People (1974) - This is really a charmer of a film. The narrator takes us on various adventures in the lives of many animals. Not just a mere "point the camera at some animals" movie, we go into the daily lives of the animals and follow them in their drama! Beautifully shot, this one is not to be missed. LBX
Arnold (1973) - Arnold plays tricks on his greedy relatives from beyond the grave! Roddy McDowell stars in this late-night 70's TV fave.
Ask The Dust (2006) - A pretty Mexican girl wants to marry a wealthy American and all havoc ensues. Colin Farrell and the sexy Salma Hayek star in this drama. LBX
Assignment: Munich (1972) - Robert Reed and Roy Scheider star in this rare TV-movie thriller.
At Long Last Love (1975) - The movie flop that single-handedly killed the musicial genre ("Grease" excepted). Burt Reynolds and Cybil Shepard star in director Peter Bogdanovich's mess, where he even shot all the musical sequences live, the first time since the 1930's this had been done. Not to be missed!
Atlantic City (1980) - Burt Lancaster as a small-time mobster getting into some more trouble at the famed locale. Lbx
Avalanche (1978) - One of the classic 70's disaster TV-movies, starring Rock Hudson and some truly incredible FX! An avalanche hits a ski resort and disaster ensues!
B.S. I Love You (1971) - Very rare, this lost classic stars Joanna Cameron of TV's "Isis" in this tale of an ad exec having awild affair with his both.
Bates Motel (1987) - This TV-movie is the missing link in the "Psycho" world. A new owner has the motel but starnge things still happen!
Baby Blue Marine (1976) - The great Jan-Michael Vincent stars as a failed marine pretending to be a war hero. Richard Gere shines in an early role.
Bad Ronald (1974) - This one is a must! Bad Ronald is a loner kid who lives with his mom. After accidentally committing a bad crime, his mom hides Ronald in a secret room! Mom dies, and a new family moves in (with pretty daughters, and Dabney Coleman too) all the while Bad Ronald is still lurking, hidden within the walls! Ronald creates a fantasy-land in his own mind, while spying mostly on the girls, until things really start to happen. This TV-movie is one of the all-time great creepy 70's TV-movies. Scott Jacoby is fantastic as Ronald. This flick was inspired by another TV-movie classic, 1972's "Crawlspace" also available here. Get 'em both!
Baffled (1973) - Leonard Nemoy stars in this TV-movie pilot for a series that never happened. A race car driver sees visions of death!
Bare Essence (1983) - Genie Francis of "General Hospital" fame stars in this awesome min-series. On Two DVDs.
Barefoot in the Park (1967) - Robert Redford and Jane Fonda in this NYC comedy. Lbx
Baring It All (1969) - a.k.a. Utterly Without Social Value - A Paul Bartel classic! A doctor has odd methods of taking care of his patients.
Basket Case 3: The Progeny (1992) - The saga continues in this popular horror series.
Bearcats! (1971) - Great TV-movie pilot for the short-lived series of the same name, this one finds two problem-solving good-guys-for-hire in the early 20th-century south, seeking fortune and adventure in their Stutz Bearcat automobile. Rod Taylor and Dennis Cole star. The "King of the Kustomizers," George Barris, created the car for the show.
Bed Sitting Room, The (1969) - Assorted characters (including Dudley Moore) have to make their way in a post-apocalyptic England. Beautifully shot, this kind of runs like a big-budget independent film. LBX
Bedtime Story (1964) - Marlon Brando and David Niven compete to see who is the better gigolo! Shirley Jones also stars in this crazy comedy.
Been Down So Long, It Looks Like Up To Me (1971) - Classic rarity with many familiar faces in young roles.
Bejewelled (1991) - A madcap array of detectives search for missing jewels. Fun flick, stars Dick Benedict and the beautiful Emma Samms.
Ben (1972) - The tale of a boy and his rat, this is the sequel to "Willard" and just as amazing, of course with the great Michael Jackson theme song. Very touching, great ending!
Best Christmas Pageant Ever (1983) - Loretta Swit in this Christmas rarity!
Best Friends (1975) - Two young couples decide to travel across the country in a motor home for one last fun fling before 'real life' kicks in, but things become very strained between the two male best friends. One of them is Richard Hatch, best known as Capt. Apollo in the original 70's Battlestar Galactica. Not your typical exploitation flick, this one takes itself a little more seriously but it works well, never coming off as pretentious. A good compelling viewing. LBX
Best Friends (1982) - Burt Reynolds and Goldie Hawn star in this tale of two pals who fall for each other get married and then find themselves in crazy comedic situations! LBX
Beware! The Blob (1972) - My goodness is this one bad, and great! Larry Hagman of all people directed (and appears in) this hot mess, which features many familiar faces at every turn! In this direct sequel to "The Blob" (how did this get made??) a piece of the original Blob gets loose and starts eating people (and animals and bugs). Robert Walker Jr. (from the excellent "Road To Salina" also available here) and his girlfriend try to warn the cops and town! You'll see Cindy Williams ("Shirley") being a hippie, Gerrit Graham jumping around in a monkey suit at a swingin' 70's party and driving a dune buggy, Burgess Meredith as a hobo, Dick Van Patton as an annoying scoutmaster and more! The music all throughout this "horror film" sounds like it was lifted from a Brady Bunch episode! And sure enough, what movie is Godfrey Cambridge watching on TV? The original "Blob!" Absolutely no fan of bad flicks should be missing this, this one is major! LBX
Beyond and Back (1978) - Another of those 70s documentaries, did people really die and come back? Very creepy.
Beyond the Door (1974) - Possibly the most infamous of the early Exorcist rip-offs - this one found a huge audience on 70's cable-TV. It has it all - the head-spinning, demon puke, levitation, and it even adds a twist ending! Low-rent but fun.
Beyond the Poseidon Adventure (1979) - Adventurers return to the famed ship, seeking a fortune, and find other survivors and trouble. Telly Savalas, Sally Field, Michael Caine, and many more familiar 70's faces. LBX
Big Bus, The (1976) - This has been an oft-requested title here for a while - the Big Bus is a BIG bus en route from NYC to Denver and goes through various misadventures, including hanging off a cliff! The cast - there are so many 70's face here, to name a few would include Larry Hagman, Stockard Channing, Ned Beatty, Ruth Gordon and so many more! No CGI here - the bus is definitely a wonder to behold. LBX
Big Mouth, The (1967) - Jerry Lewis plays a reporter who is mistaken by the mob for a guy they are looking for, which of course leads to all sorts of Lewis-style tomfoolery! You really don't see much of this Jerry movie these days.
Big Wednesday (1978) - Jan-Michael Vincent and Gary Busey star in this forgotten flick, which follows the lives of some California surfing buddies in the 60s and early 70s. Great viewing for fans of Jan and Gary especially. LBX
Bigfoot (1970) - Incredible this was even made! This movie probably cost about fifty dollars to make. Bikers (not "Angels" bikers, but lame college-kid hippie bikers!) must save a pretty girl kidnapped by Bigfoot! However, it turns out Bigfoot has an entire family (that resembles Chewie's family in The Star Wars Holiday Special) and they kidnap people to breed! A greedy old man and his partner join in the hunt as the sheriff is only interested in a local store clerk. This movie is absolutely crazy and one of the coolest bad movies you will ever see.
Bigfoot: Man or Beast (1972) - Very rare documentary
Bionic Showdown (1989)/Bionic Ever After (1994) - The two final reunion movies on one DVD! See also "Return of the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman" and "Six Million Dollar Man."
Birdmen, The (1971) - Stars the always entertaining Chuck Connors!
Black Alley Cats (1974) - A group of girls get raped by a street gang, take karate lessons, and look to strike back!
Black Devil Doll From Hell (1984) - A jive-talking doll starts a real lot of trouble! Shot on video, quality is a little lower than usual for this one but still watchable.
Black Hooker, The (1974) - a.k.a. Street Sisters - Classic blaxploitation tale, a white boy born to a black hooker is depressed his mom wants nothing to do with him! He lives with his black grandparents (with issues of their own) and has adventures on his way to trying to win his mom's love. Sleazy classic!
Black Klansman, The (1966) - A truly amazing film! A light-skinned black man's young daughter is killed by the KKK, and he vows revenge...by infiltrating the Klan itself! He even extends his revenge by dating the top Klanman's daughter! But it's the top guns he's after, and it all leads up to a shocking climax. This one rattled feathers in the day, and has found a cult following since but still remains a mostly unknown classic. Also known as "I Crossed the Color Line. LBX
Black Like Me (1964) - The true story (based on the book) of a white reporter who disguises himself as black to go see what it is like living as a black man in the south. The movie is decent (though people say the book is better) but in the movie or real life, how could this have really fooled anyone? Watch and see and judge for yourself!
Black Noon (1971) - Devil cult!
Black Samuri (1977) - Blaxploitation classic - a secret agent gets thrust in the middle of international intrigue with a mysterious new 'freeze bomb,' drug dealing, kidnapping, voodoo and more that takes him all over the world! Jim Kelly stars in this action-fest.
Black Volkswagon, The (1983) - In Portuguese language. A black Volkswagon Bug (kind of a VW version of "The Car") is in love with a beautiful woman and constantly chases her, and even crashes her wedding! Shock ending!
Blazing Magnums (1976) - a.k.a. A Special Magnum For Tony Saiita. Wild cops-and-robbers tale from France features one of the wildest car chases ever filmed.
Blood Freak (1972) - Pretty girls, bikers and a turkey monster!
Blood Sabbath (1972) - Horror flick with Tony Geary of "General Hospital" fame ("Luke Spencer").
Bloodsucking Freaks (1976) - Also famously known as "The Incredible Torture Show" - Sardu and Ralphus perform an "artsy" show in downtown Manhattan where it looks like girls are really being tortured and dismembered, onlt thing is, it's not special effects as the crowds think, it's all real! And what happens off-stage is even worse! This flick was banned and very notorious in the day, written up as vile, sick and a bad attempt at black humor. Of course, all that means it's a must-see!
Bloodscent (1995) - Shot-on-video cheapo pretty girl thriller
Blume In Love (1973) - George Segal stars as a divorce lawyer who sees his own marriage fall apart while still loving his ex. Susan Anspach and the great Kris Kristofferson are on hand as well. LBX
Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw (1975) - This is it, the shocker starring a young Lynda Carter ("Wonder Woman") and Marjoe Gortner, as two outlaws on the run in this bloody and violent action flick. The nude scene with Lynda had many young boys sneaking viewings on late-night cable TV.
Bonnie's Kids (1973) - This one is major 70's sleaze and fantastic film making - this is also the movie Tarantino ripped off a lot of elements from for "Pulp Fiction." Two pretty sisters are on the run after taking care of their perverted stepdad, and two gangsters are not far behind to take something back for their boss. Lots of familiar faces but the standouts would be notable 70's baddie Alex Rocco as one of the gangsters (and he is indeed excellent), and Robin Mattson ("Return To Macon County," "General Hospital") as the younger, especially slutty and experimental sister. This is an absolute must for those who like 70's exploitation and sleaze. Great-looking print and LBX.
Book of Numbers (1973) - Extremely rare, an early Philip-Michael Thomas stars in this tale of two depression-era waiters in Arkansas looking to make serious cash in the numbers racket. Things get pretty intense from there. Classic blaxploitation.
Bootleggers (1974) - Paul Koslo stars in this flick set in the 30's about good 'ol boys running their moonshine. Jaclyn Smith also stars, before her Charlie's Angels days began. Much better than other films of this type, beautifully shot, and even the music is good. LBX
Born Innocent (1974) - One of the most talked-about TV-movies ever made! Linda Blair ends up in a sort of girl's prison, and has to get through it all. This is the one with the "broom handle" scene that everyone talked about the next day.
Boss Nigger (1975) - A group of black bounty hunters in the old west are chasing an outlaw, and also become sheriffs of a town! This rare flick is also known and released as "Boss" but this is the version with the original title. Well-made flick. LBX
Boyfriend, The (1971) - Twiggy
Boy Who Cried Werewolf, The (1973) - Very rare werewolf saga!
Boy Who Drank Too Much, The (1980) - Scott Baio is a hockey star in high school, and a drunk! Lance Kerwin (James At 15) is his buddy trying to help him out and steals the show.
Boys In The Band, The (1970) - widescreen - Film version of the play, what happens one night when buddies get together.
The Brass Bottle (1964) - Now this is an interesting one. Even though star Barbara Eden does not play the genie here (Burl Ives does), this movie was the inspiration for her hit show "I Dream of Jeannie!" Barbara and hubby Tony Randall (!) find the 'ol genie in a lamp but the genie proves to be nothing but trouble, as the crazy hi-jinks of this early 60's comedy will show. A good one, and Tony was always good in these types of flicks.
Breaking Glass (1980) - A rock singer lets nothing stand in his way.
Breakout From Oppression (1978) - Ex-con is stalked
Bridesmaids (1979) - Shelley Hack
Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia (1974) - Another 70's sleazy flick, by Sam Peckinpah. Starring the great Warren Oates, who, along with his hooker girlfriend, goes out into the wilds of Mexico to find the head of a dead lady's man to collect the bounty on it. Dirty and grimy, set in Mexico's wastelands amongst poor towns and beaten-up jalopys, this one is a definitely winner. Kris Kristofferson has a small part as a biker in one of the film's many amazing scenes. LBX
The Brinks Job (1978) - Great stars like Peter Falk and Peter Boyle plan heists with their gang in old-timey days. Fun flick, with this one, you must choose the English audio via the menu before starting the movie. Old pros and a blast to watch. LBX
Brotherhood of Death (1976) - Black Vietnam vets vs. the KKK!
Brotherhood of the Bell (1970) - Glenn Ford stars in this TV-movie classic about a secret society. Dabney Coleman also stars in this sought-after classic.
Brute Corps (1972) - Brutal film as some "soldiers of fortune" torment a hippie couple, who later want revenge! Alex Rocco stars in this sleazy classic. The biker scene at the start is legendary!
Bunny O'Hare (1971) - Can you believe, Ernest Borgnine and Bette Davis as bank robbers! They even dress up as hippies! Two great stars make this one a necessity.
Burnout (1979) - Classic drag racing flick.
Bus Is Coming, The (1971) - Down and dirty racial revenge flick made a splash back in its day.
Buster and Billie (1974) - Jan-Michael Vincent stars as a high school student in love with an "odd" classmate. A young Robert Englund is his best friend! Shock ending!
Cage Without A Key (1973) - Susay Dey stars as a pretty girl wrongly jailed and sent to a mean girl's prison. Great drama!
California Split (1974) - Another 70's cable-tv mainstay - Elliot Gould and George Segal are two gamblers who get into various misadventures in this goofball comedy. LBX
Campfire Stories (2001) - Girls get lost in the woods and all sorts of wild things happen! lbx
Can Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe And Find True Happiness? (1969) - Much sought after rarity with Joan Collins and other familiar faces. Milton Berle!
Candy Snatchers, The (1973) - Without a doubt, one of the best early 70's exploitation lost movies. A teenage heiress is kidnapped by a very sleazy bunch into all sorts of nastiness. Textbook exploitation with a roller coaster plot, no doubt an influence on Tarentino and other similar film makers. LBX
Candy Tangerine Man (1975) - The baddest cat in '75, it ain't east being a pimp for the most nasty pimp in Santa Barbara! Classic blaxploitation, foreign subtitles but English language.
Can't Stop The Music (1980) - This is it - the infamous Village People movie! Steve Guttenburg stars as a DJ/songwriter who forms the Village People, with pals Valerie Perrine and Bruce Jenner (!) helping along the way. Tons of craziness and wild musical sequences (like "The Milkshake," you have to see it to believe it) and it all leads up to the big Village People concert. A film of such unbelievable badness (and great music) that you can't take your eyes off of it. Letterboxed!
Captain America (1990) - Rare live-action, Cap vs. The Red Skull! Ned Beatty is here too. A good one!
Captain Midnight (1977) - See "On The Air Live With Captain Midnight"
Carrier, The (1988) - A man spreads a disease by touching any object!
Cat and Mouse (1974) - Uncut theatrical release version, Kirk Douglas, foreign subtitles but in English language.
Cat Burgler, The (1961) - Jack Hogan
Cat Murkil and the Silks (1975) - See "Cruisin' High"
Cemetery Man (1994) - The dead turn into zombies and Cemetery Man must take care of things! Also known as "Dellamorte Dellamore," this is a great zombie import. LBX
Chain Gang Women (1971) - Wow, is this one bad! First of all, the title is misleading, it's two guys that escape from prison, not women. And second, they do find some women, and then the real trouble starts! Not the greatest quality-wise but rare flick fans should dig it. But yes this is a sleazy and horrible film that one can enjoy if you are a fan of bad 70's sleaze!
Chained Heat (1983) - The classic Linda Blair women's prison flick!
Champ, The (1979) - An ex-boxing champion (Jon Voight) is working on a comeback and his close to his son (Ricky Schroder) who idolizes him. The champ gained custody of his son when his wife left him, and she shows up again years later. Decent drama with familiar faces. LBX
Child Is Waiting, A (1963) - Burt Lancaster and Judy Garland star in this intense drama concerning special kids.
Child of Glass (1978) - Rare mouse-ears flick about a boy who sees a girl ghost!
Chinatown (1974) - The Jack Nicholson noir classic. LBX
Christmas Gift, The (1986) - John Denver TV-movie rarity.
Christmas Romance, A (1994) - Olivia Newton-John stars in this TV-movie Christmas flick.
The City (1977) - Rare TV-movie flick with Mark Hamill and Don Johnson!
City Beneath The Sea (1971) - An Irwin Allen film, with Robert Wagner, classic!
Class of '61 (1993) - That's 1861, in this tale of friends who all of a sudden are on opposite sides in the Civil War. Decent forgotten flick with good costumes.
Cleopatra Jones (1973) - Tamara Dobson stars as the sexy superspy going after a drug kingpin (Shelly Winters). 70's blaxploitation classic, as Cleo drives her wild black 'Vette (complete with cassette deck, big stuff in '73!) fighting crime and changing sexy outfits every scene. Antonio Fargas gives a great take as Shelly's over-the-top main drug pusher. A blast!
Clown Murders, The (1976) - Lots of hi-jinks of terror, John Candy stars in an early role in this lost rarity.
Coldfire (1990) - Pushers of a new superdrug are out to take down the USA!
Cold Night's Death, A (1972) - Robert Culp stars in this all-time classic TV-movie, about strange happenings at an Arctic labratory, with the shock ending that scared us all as kids!
Cold Wind In August, A (1961) - Lola Albright
Colony, The (1995) - John Ritter stars in this classic drama about a nice family who moves to a safer place, only to find out it comes with a big price!
Condominium (1980) - This is it! The disaster classic! A huge condo gets hit by one the biggest hurricanes ever! Great FX. On two DVDs.
Conrack (1974) - John Voight stars as a teacher on a remote South Carolina island, where the kids there have been so isolated from the world they don't know much of anything, so Voight make sit his mission to teach them about life. Good one, this has foreign subtitles (movie in English).
Conspiracy of Terror (1975) - Rare TV-movie about satanic cults and the like.very talked about in '75 and sought after today, good flick.
Convoy (1978) - Kris Kristofferson and Ernest Borgnine star in this fun action-packed truck movie about a legendary trucker leading a convoy against the man. Of course, based on the #1 hit song.
Coonskin (1975) - a.k.a. Street Fight, very rare
Cool As Ice (1991) - This is it, the Vanilla Ice vehicle that was supposed to make him the next James Dean, this absolutely must be seen to be believed!
Corky (1972) - Robert Blake stars as a loser good 'ol country boy, who wants to be a race car driver more than anything. Definitely one to check out if you like car flicks. Blake definitely shines.
Corvette Summer (1978) - Mark Hamill takes a break from blowing up Death Stars to instead pursue a wild stolen custom 'Vette. Cutie hooker Annie Potts is along for the ride in this fun flick. LBX
Cotton Candy (1978) - Stars "Toad" of "American Graffiti, as a high-school musician who wnats his band to win the battle of the bands! Ron Howard directs.
Courtship of Eddie's Father, The (1963) - The great Glenn Ford stars in this touching tale, made into the later TV series. Lbx
Cousins (1989) - Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini star in this interesting drama. Lbx
Cover-Up (1984) - The TV-movie pilot for the TV series, with Richard Anderson.
Cover Me Babe (1970) - Great rarity about a filmmaker into maing strange films, starring a very hot young Sondra Locke!
Coward of the County (1981) - TV-movie about a peaceful man (Kenny Rogers) who vows revenge against those who raped his wife. Definitely a different type of flick for Kenny, but one with good production and a decent script.
Cracker Factory, The (1979) - Perry King and Natalie Wood star in this TV-movie flick about a woman going a little crazy. Quality is a little less than the usual great quality here but is still very watchable and enjoyable!
Crawlspace (1972) - This is a wild one - a couple discovers a kid living in the crawlspace of their home, and all kinds of trouble ensues! Sounds like this arre TV-movie could have been a major influence on "Bad Ronald" done two years later.
Creeper (1977) - aka Rituals, Hal Holbrook and killers
Crossroads (2002) - You guessed it, this is the infamous Britney Spears movie, as Britney travels the country with two girlfriends in a cool old car, doing some soul searching. Definitely entertaining on the "so bad it's good" level, as you see Britney struggle to act her way through! She looks good though, of course this is before she went a little crazy. LBX
Crowhaven Farm (1970) - Hope Lange stars in this classic TV-movie thriller about a supernatural farmhouse. Good and creepy.
Cruise Into Terror (1978) - TV-movie of a Satanic curse on a cruise! Dirk Benedict ("Battlestar Galactica") and many more.
Cruisin' High (1975) - a.k.a. Cat Murkil and the Silks - Rare juvenile delinquent flick, starring Steve Bond of "Massacre At Central High!" Cat takes over the Silks gang and all hell ensues! So bad it is great, definitely a flick to check out if you love bad movies and over-the-top acting. Rhodes Reason from "King Kong Escapes" plays the cop looking to bust the gang.
Cry of the Banshee (1970) - Vincent Price stars in this 17th-century witch tale, full of curses, villages, occultish-happenings and of course witches! LBX
Cucumber Castle (1970) - Extremely rare TV-movie, starring The Bee Gees and their music, a tale of castles and kings and all that stuff, fun flick, quality is a little rough but this is at least as good as other ones of this title out there and is very watchable for rare film fans. Definitely a fun but odd note in The Bee Gees' fabled career!
Daniel Boone: Frontier Trail Rider (1966) - Fess Parker stars in this little-known decent flick.
Daredevil, The (1972) - George Montgomery stars in this forgotten gem as a tough-guy race driver who also drives for drug-smuggling gangsters. Lots of great stunts and very un-PC, this one is a blast from start to finish!
Dark Secret of Harvest Home, The (1978) - Creepy and decent Bette Davis rarity.
Darna (The Philipino Wonder Woman) and Darna Returns (1991) - In Phillipino language, Darna is a sexy superhero who battles a crazy array of villians! Two flicks for the price of one!
Daughter of the Mind (1969) - Ray Millandkeeps on seeing his dead daughter. Is she real, or...?
Dawn: Portrait of a Teenage Runaway (1976) - Eve Plumb (Brady Bunch) stars as Dawn, who runs away from home and becomes a prostitute in LA, where is befriended by a male prostitute, Alexander (Leigh McCloskey). One of the most talked about TV-movies ever made, especially in schools the next day. "Alexander" (1977) is the controversial sequel.
Day of the Animals (1977) - Another of the wild "crazy animals" pictures of the 70's - Leslie Nielsen stars as hikers discover that all the animals have gone mad and are attacking humans! LBX
Day of the Panther (1988) - Martial arts revenge
Day of the Triffids, The (1962)A meteor causes almost everyone in the world to go bland, and those with sight have to also content with murdering giant plants who attack and kill anything human! LBX
Day The Earth Moved, The (1974) - Rare TV-movie about an earthquake!
Deadbolt (1992) - A pretty girl (Justine Bateman) takes in a male roommate who then proceeds to go psycho and control every aspect of the girls' life. Creepy TV-movie!
Dead Don't Die, The (1975) - Lost TV-movie classic
Deadhead Miles (1972) - The great Alan Arkin stars in this rarity about a trucker on the run. OK quality but not the best, this one is impossible to find any better.
Dead Man's Curve (1978) - The story of Jan and Dean, the great 60's beach song-duo, played great by Richard Hatch ("Battlestar Galactica") and Bruce Davison ("Willard"). High-quality TV-movie, comes with a rare Jan and Dean bonus, their 60's TV-pilot!
Death By Dialogue (1988) - Killings imitate movie
Death Car on the Freeway (1979) - One of the most famous TV-movies with one of the best TV-movie titles ever, Shelley Hack stars as a reporter out to find a killer in a van who rams cars off the road! He also plays crazy country music as he does it! Lots of real action.
Death Cruise (1974) - TV-movie with many familiar faces of people getting killed on a cruise!
Death Journey (1976) - Bringing a dangerous witness to NYC without getting killed!
Death Moon (1978) - Lost TV-movie about a werewolf in Hawaii!
Death Rides a Horse (1967) - John-Phillip Law and Lee Van Cleef star in this tale about a boy who grows up wanting revenge against his family's killers. Very decent spaghetti western, and Law is his usual charismatic self.
Death Weekend (1976) - a.k.a The House By The Lake - Brenda Vaccaro stars in this women's revenge flick, about her and her date racing some punks in his Corvette, running them off the road, but they find the couple and torment them to no end! Much better than "I Spit On Your Grave." Also stars the great Don Stroud!
Defiance (1980) - You can't go wrong with Jan-Michael Vincent in the slums of New York City! Jan comes into a bad part of town, where a gang terrorizes the locals (including Art Carney and Danny Aiello!).
Demon Seed (1977) - Julie Christie stars in this classic about a super computer who wants to be human and has an infatuation with his creator's wife! LBX
Demon Wind (1990) - Eric Larson stars in this fun demonic tale.
Demonoid (1981) - A mine unleashes a demon
Destructors, The (1974) - Michael Caine
Detroit 9000 (1973) - Underrated blaxploitation flick - lots of shootings, chases, brothas and honkys mixing it up, guys acting tough, this one has it all! The coppers are after a jewel racket. Popular early-70's actor Alex Rocco is in this one as is Scatman Crothers! A good bet. LBX
Devil At Your Heels, The (1981) - The tale of Ken Carter's incredibly-attempted car jump from Canada to the USA. The late great Evel Knievel appears to give some support and advice. A must for stunt fans and car buffs.
Devil With Seven Faces, The (1971) - Rare thriller with Carroll Baker
Devils, The (1971) - Vanessa Redgrave and Oliver Reed star in this flick about priests, nuns, witches, warlocks and other assorted characters in 17th century France. LBX
Diary of a Mad Housewife (1970) - A housewife (Carrie Snodgress) who is treated poorly by her husband has an affair, and pretty much gets the same treatment from her new guy. Richard Benjamin stars in this classic satire. And no less than Alice Cooper (!) appears!
Diary of a Teenage Hitchhiker (1979) Charlene Tilton and Dick Van Patten star about a sicko who picks up young and pretty hitchhikers and rapes them. This TV-movie made quite a commotion in 1979.
Diary of Anne Frank, The (1980) - Melissa Gilbert stars in this rare TV-movie.
Disaster on the Coastliner (1979) - William Shatner stars in this disaster flick, will there be a huge train collision?
Disco Beaver From Outer Space (1978) - National Lampoon Magazine's spoof about cable TV. A breakthrough when it aired on cable TV in 1978! A real gem.
Doctor's Wives (1971) - Very rare flick with an incredible cast! A bunch of high-powered doctor's wives are feeling neglected - so they decide to run wild and do nothing by seriously party! Starring the great Gene Hackman, Richard Crenna, Dyan Cannon (it's often forgotten how sexy she was), Ralph Bellamy, and more, including Carroll O'Connor doing his last feature before starring on "All In The Family" regularly! A winner!
Donovan's Reef (1963) - John Wayne, Lee Marvin, pretty girls and the tropics all make for a fun entertaining flick. LBX
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark (1973) - A TV-movie classic well remembered for giving the creeps! The demons in the mansion want their revenge! "Uncle Charlie" from the TV show "My Three Sons" is on hand here.
Don't Go To Sleep (1982) - Girl sees her dead sister, rare TV-movie
Don't Open 'Till Christmas (1984) - Someone is killing guys in Santa suits!
Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971) - The doctor can turn into an evil woman! LBX
Dr. Strange (1978) - Regarded as possibly the best superhero TV-movie ever, the Marvel Comics adaptation
Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned (1980) - Rare animated TV-movie from Japan, dubbed in English
Dracula, The Great Undead (1985) - Vincent Price hosts this vampire/Vlad Dracula documentary, which is absolutely steps above your typical documentary. Even has great re-enactments. Vincent is great as always.
Drag Racer (1971) - Mark Slade plays a racer willing to do anything to get ahead in the world of dragging.
Drive, He Said (1971) - Bruce Dern, Karen Black and directed by Jack Nicholson!
Drive -In (1976) - Classic piece of Americana, the day in the life of a bunch of small-town folks, ending at the big night at the local drive-in. A teen loves the hottest girl in school, but he ex who is a gang leader wants her back. The movie on the drive-in's big screen, "Disaster '76," spoofs all the disaster films of the era. One of the best films of the 70's.
Drowning Pool, The (1975) - The great Paul Newman returns as Detective Harper, who goes down south to help out an old flame. You can never go wrong with Newman. LBX
Drum (1976) - Warren Oates stars in this sequel to "Mandingo" and like that film, is one of the most politically-incorrect films ever made. Ken Norton plays slave Drum, son of Mandingo, a role he also played in that film. Yaphet Kotto is also on hand, as is sexy Pam Grier.
Du-Beat-E-O (1984) - Joan Jett
Duffy (1968) - James Mason
Dying Room Only (1973) - Cloris Leachman and her husband Dabney Coleman enter a desert cafe, he goes to use the rest room, and never comes out! What happened to him? Ross Martin and Ned Beatty are on hand here in this TV-movie classic!
Eagah! (1962) - One of the most infamous "bad" movies - teenagers discover a giant caveman (Richard Keil) and bring him back to civilization, where he starts terrorizing the populace! So bad, you can't stop watching, this one is a blast!
Eighty Blocks From Tiffany's (1979) - Very rare look at NYC South Bronx gangs, the same year that "The Warriors" came out! This is the real deal - a mean and gritty look at the street gangs that did what they had to do to survive and thrive. Listen and watch as many gang members themselves tell you about the gang life.
70's GRITTY CLASSIC!
Electra Glide In Blue (1974) - A true lost classic! Robert Blake stars as John Wintergreen, an Arizona motorcycle cop with dreams (or delusions?) of becoming a homicide detective. A local murder sees his wish granted, but it's a little more than he bargained for. Wintergreen also has to deal with a cop friend a bit on the loony side, and a head detective with an attitude. The vastness of the desert is the backdrop for this soul-searching tale, with a shock ending. Peter Cetera of the rock group Chicago also appears here, in his first movie. Robert Blake gives a truly amazing performance. This is a real good one. LBX
Electric Dreams (1984) - This one is a little ahead of it's time - a boy buys a brand new home computer, which starts thinking for itself. Then the boy and the computer fall in love with the same girl, become deadly rivals!
Encounters of the Spooky Kind (1980) - Hong Kong horror/comedy, this one of a super-odd and very entertaining rare flick. The plot involved something of a man's revenge on a bet, and is chock full of ghosts, vampires, super stunts, possessions, various evilness and lots more, this one is packed with awesomeness and strangeness. Subtitled in English. LBX
Enemy of the People (1977) - Steve McQueen stars in this version, the rarest version of this classic tale of a town giving a good man a hard time. Charles Durning also stars. This was a pet project for the great McQueen.
Evil, The (1978) - A bunch of people move into a big scary house, and end up fighting none other than Satan himself!
Execution of Private Slovik, The 1974) - The story of a WWII American soldier executed for desertion. Great cast includes Martin Sheen, Gary Busy and the always reliable Ned Beatty.
Eye of the Cat (1969) - Michael Sarrazin is afraid of cats!
Eyes Behind the Wall (1977) - The great John Philip Law stars in this rare thriller, Italian language with English subtitles. Quality a little less but still watchable!
Eyes of a Stranger (1981) - Is the weird guy in the apartment building actually the serial killer? Jennifer Jason-Leigh thinks so in this thriller.
Fade To Black (1980) - A film geek gets revenge on those who torment him, while at the same time he stalks a gorgeous Marylin Monroe lookalike! A fun one, look for an early Mickey Rourke!
Fairy Tales (1979) - Don Sparks stars in this hilarious sex-romp musical that was very popular on the "adult channels" of cable in the early 80's.
Famous T&A (1982) - A pro-comp of actresses in their movie nude scenes
Fantastic Four (1994) - An infamous unreleased movie made by Roger Corman, this is a live-action Fantastic Four tale, their origin and the battle Dr. Doom. The FX are pretty cheesy, but the costumes for The Thing and Dr. Doom are actually rather good. One of the most famous "unseen films" ever made. Very nice quality on this as you mainly only see bad-quality FF copies, and lbx!
Fanny Hill (1983) - The uncut version!
Fast Getaway (1991) - Corey Haim stars with the awesome and sexy martial arts expert Cynthia Rothrock as a bank-robbing gang goes through various comic and not-so-comic adventures!
Fatso (1980) - Dom DeLuise stars as a man looking to lose weight in this funny and unique NYC film.
Flash and the Firecat (1975) - A rare lost car chase classic, lots of action! Flash and Firecat are a young couple who ingeniously rob a bank, but Richard Keil ("Jaws" of 007 fame) is very angry and on the hunt for them.
Fear is the Key (1972) - Barry Newman ("Vanishing Point") stars as a man seeking revenge on the killing of his family. A very well-made film, a lost classic, also stars Suzy Kendall.
Fearless Frank (1967) - John Voight lbx
Fever Heat (1968) - Nick Adam's last film. Nick (seen most notably in the Godzilla epic "Monster Zero" and "Frankenstein Conquers the World") stars as Ace in this very rare and lost racing epic.
Fiddler on the Roof (1971) - Topol stars in this rarer version of the classic. LBX
Fight For Life (1987) - Great TV-movie, where Jerry Lewis plays an Ohio optometrist who has a six-year old daughter with epilepsy. He fights to get the FDA to approve a drug (at that time only available in England) for use in the U.S. This print does have foreign subtitles but they don't distract.
Fighting Mad (1976) - Peter Fonda stars in this rare actioner about a man pushed too far! Classic 70's Fonda.
Firewalker (1986) - Chuck Norris and Louis Gossett Jr. star in this adventure about searching for ancient gold. Lots of sand and Indy-style action. Also stars the beautiful Melody Anderson, known mainly as Flash Gordon's Earthly squeeze in his 1980 flick. LBX
Firing Line, The (1988) - Reb Brown ("Captain America") and Shannon Tweed star in this crazy actioner
First Love (1977) - Susan Dey and William Katt ("Carrie") in this love tale!
First Time, The (1969) - Jacqueline Bissett
Fish That Saved Pittsburgh, The (1979) - A losing pro basketball team enists some help from astrology and become winners! Meadowlark Lemon, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Julius Irving, Jonathan Winters and more 70's faces in this amazing cast make this one a winner!
Five on the Black Hand Side (1973) - Comedy about the urban life, as we follow crazy assorted characters in their day. Lots of familiar faces, including Wilona from "Good Times!" The barbershop scene is a classic. LBX
Friday Foster (1975) - A sexy ex-model turned photog named Friday (Pam Grier) inadvertently gets involved with bad guys while doing a photo job, and all sorts of intrigue erupts! An incredible cast with familiar faces include the always awesome Yaphet Kotto, Scatman Crothers, Eartha Kitt and many more you'll know in this classic actioner. Has a small logo in the bottom right corner of the screen but it doesn't detract at all. LBX
Flesh and Blood Show, The (1972) - A bunch of young actors rehearse for a new show in an abandoned theater, which is then being terrorized by a crazy killer! Not a gore flick, but a decent thriller. One of the actors is none other than Tristan Rogers, who later went on to a 30+ year on-off career on "General Hospital" playing Robert Scorpio, one of the show's most popular all-time characters. LBX
FM (1978) - Cleavon Little and many others star in this radio station rarity
Food of the Gods (1976) - 70's stud Marjoe Gortner stars in this 'so bad it's good' entry, where he and his friends on a fishing trip discover their island is inhabited by giant animals! In true '50's giant bug movie' fashion, watch as the giant animals prepare to do battle with the humans in hilarious FX sequences. LBX
Fools Parade (1971) - James Stewart
For Those Who Think Young (1964) - Crazy college students at a crazy club. Bob Denver (Gilligan) and Paul Lynde! lbx
Fortune and Men's Eyes (1971) - A timid guy lands in prison and learns the ropes, especially from a tranny who seems to run things from behind bars. Powerful flick.
Foxfire Light (1982) - Leslie Nielson
Fraternity Row (1977) - Classic rare flick about trouble concerning a college hazing in the 50's. Very well-made and remembered fondly.
Freebie and the Bean (1974) - An extremely un-PC comedy starring James Caan and Alan Alkin as two cops trying to keep a criminal alive for his trial. Action galore with some of the most amazing car chases ever out on film! This would never be made today - not with this script!
Friends (1971) - Two kids fall in love in France in this classic tale. Definitely a product of a more innocent time. Also noted with interest for the Elton John soundtrack
From Noon 'Till Three (1976) - Bad-ass old-west gang leader Charles Bronson and his boys stop at a house before going to commit a robbery, and Bronson falls for the pretty lass within (Jill Ireland)! From there, all sorts of wild stuff happens in this very entertaining flick. LBX
Gang That Sold America, The (1979) - More rare Italian mob action that spans the globe all the way back to New York City. LBX
Gang Wars (1976) - Can you believe, martial arts and a monster in the NYC subway system? A classic piece of 70's nonsense!
Gas-s-s-s (1970) - Roger Corman craziness as a poison gas kills everyone over the age of 25 and hippies just want to live in peace. Watch for early Cindy Williams, Talia Shire and Ben Vereen! LBX
Gator Bait (1974) - The awesome Claudia Jennings plays a very sexy backwoods poacher who is framed for a murder she didn't commit, and who is after revenge! Classic swamp exploitation with "Deliverance-types" hunting down the gorgeous star and then being the hunted themselves. Print could be better but still very watchable for rare flick fans. Claudia looks as great as always, one of the underrated stars of the 70's.
Gator Bait 2: Cajun Justice (1988) - Pretty city gal falls right into the middle of a swampland war between families. Very low budget sleaze, this one came and went but there's some decent action and the star is pretty.
Gentle Savage (1973) - An Indian is accused of rape to cover up the real rapist's crime. A good one.
Ghost of Flight 401 (1978) - A plane crash lands and a ghost haunts the survivors in this popular TV-movie thriller.
Gingerdead Man, The (2005) - Gary Busey (mostly his voice, anyway) is The Gingerdead Man, a killer gingerbread cookie, no lie! Must be seen to be disbelieved! LBX
Girl, The Gold Watch and Everything, The (1980) - Goofy TV-movie comedy about a watch that stops time and the bad guys who want it! The always funny Robert Hayes ("Airplane") and Pam Dawber ("Mork and Mindy") star. Pam is looking good! Quality is 'ok' but still decent for a fun viewing.
Girl Named Sooner, A (1975) - Lee Remick
Girls On The Beach (1965) - Martin West
Glass House, The (1972) - Alan Alda (!) in this rough prison movie, of a couple of guys starting their prison stretches at the same time and encountering all sorts of situations. Also on hand are the great Vic Morrow and Mr. Calrissian himself Billy Dee Williams.
Gleason (2002) - Brad Garrett stars as Jackie Gleason in this well-done bio-pic, which covers Gleason's rise from nothing to one of the world's brightest stars.
Glitterball (1977) - Virtually unknown flick about a beautiful ball that comes down from space with special powers, and some kids help try to get it back to its mothership. The army and various meanies want to exploit the ball. This was a possible inspiration for "E.T." five years later.
Go Ask Alice (1973) - Awesome TV-movie about a young girl who gets mixed up in the world of sex and drugs. Lots of familiar faces like Shatner and Andy Griffith! Alice turns from a shy, introverted girl into a wild child, but not without consequence.
Go-Between, The (1970) - Julie Christie and Alan Bates star in this tale of forbidden secret love that takes place in the year 1900. Nicely shot production adds to the good story.
The Goodbye Girl (1977) - Richard Dreyfuss won an Oscar for his role in this hilarious flick from Neil Simon's play. Lbx
Goodnight My Love (1972) - Richard Boone rarity
Gong Show Movie, The (1980) - Very rare Chuck Barris labor of love to himself! Full version includes the 'helicopter' scene that is often missing.
Great Houdini, The (1976) - Paul Michael-Glaser stars in this classic rarity TV-movie telling the famed magician's life.
Guy From Harlem, The (1977) - Third-rate Shaft wanna-be blaxploitation in one of the absolute worst films ever made. So bad, it's art. You can't take your eyes off it!
Gypsy (1962) - Natalie Wood stars as Gypsy Rose-Lee in this Broadway adaptation. LBX
Hamburger - The Motion Picture (1986) - Yep, it's another goofy 80's sex comedy - guy gets thrown out of college, attends fast-food college, chases girls, all sorts of craziness ensues! This is definitely one of those very bad movies you may feel guilty enjoying!
Handle With Care a.k.a. Citizen's Band (1977) - More Paul Le Mat, his next film after "Aloha" has been receiving raves for decades. A small town shares a love for CB radios in this acclaimed drama/comedy which also features Paul's "Graffiti" co-star Candy Clark. Good quality on this rare flick.
Hands of the Ripper (1971) - Widescreen! lbx
Halls of Anger (1970) - It's blacks vs. whites at the inner city high school with Jeff Bridges, and a very un-Meathead Rob Reiner! It is pretty odd in a funny way seeing "Mike Stivic" in a completely different light. A truly incredible film that is gutsy and very non-PC. This includes the "girl's shower" sequence that is usually missing from copies of this flick, as well as all the language, totally uncut version, very rare to find in this version!
Happening, The (1966) - Anthony Quinn, The Supremes #1 hit song, lbx
Happy Ending, The (1969) - A woman leaves her family to find herself and have new adventures. Great cast includes Jean Simmons, Shirley Jones, John Forsythe and Lloyd Bridges. LBX
Hard Times (1975) - Decent depression-era drama finds streetfighter Charles Bronson teaming with promoter James Coburn as they set off to make some cash. Jill Ireland also stars in this tough-guys flick from the 70's. LBX
Hardly Working (1985) -This is it, the lost Jerry Lewis classic! Jerry can't seem to hold a job and seeks help from the family. He eventually ends up as a postal worker and you can imagine the havoc! The interview scene with his new postal boss is total classic, and a scene where Jerry takes a job as a Japanese cook is so shockingly un-politically correct that no one would dare even think about filming it today. Classic comedy all the way!
Harold and Maude (1971) - Ruth Gordon stars in this cult classic of an old woman with a much younger man! LBX
Harry and Tonto (1974) Art Carney is superb (Best Actor Oscar) as an elderly gentleman who is forced to leave his Manhattan apartment, and then proceeds to take a cross-country trip with his best friend, his beloved cat Tonto. Along the way, they meet all sorts of characters and get into various adventures. This is a very touching film that is universally acclaimed. LBX
Harry and Walter Go To New York (1976) - James Caan and Elliot Gould star as two over-confident con men way back in old-timey days who head to New York to pull off the biggest bank caper of their lives. Lots of friendly familiar faces in this comedy. LBX
Haunts of the Very Rich (1972) - Robert Reed in this TV-movie rarity of people stranded on a mysterious island!
Hearts of the West (1975) - Jeff Bridges and Alan Arkin star in this goofy tale of a cowboy wanna-be who finds himself starring in movies as a cowboy! LBX
Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001) - A cult classic, as we follow a transexual punk rocker on tour telling her story. Fun flick still gets midnight showings! LBX
Hells Angels Forever (1983) - Excellent documentary of the notorious biker gang, with musical performances by Bo Diddley, Willie Nelson and others. OK quality, definitely watchable, audio has a hiss but it's not distracting.
Hells Angels On Wheels (1967) - This one is a total blast, as a young bad-ass Jack Nicholson quits his gas station job and goes riding with the Hells Angels! The leader of the Angels is Adam Roarke ("Dirty Mary Crazy Larry") who likes Jack's "take-no-bull" attitude. Jack, however, falls for Adam's chick! Non-stop brawling, riding and causing general havoc wherever they go, the Angels on their wheels (what else would they be riding on?) are not to be messed with!
Hero At Large (1980) - The great John Ritter stars as a struggling actor who stops a robbery in a superhero costume, then becomes NYC's secret superhero! Bert Convy also stars in this great tale of honor. John of course is always a blast to watch. Letterboxed.
Hey Good Lookin' (1982) - Ralph Bakshi's animated toon of the 50's
Hickey and Boggs (1972) - Robert Culp, Bill Cosby actioner
High Ballin' (1978) - Peter Fonda and Jerry Reed are a pair of wild truckers who take on the bad guys in this classic actioner!
Hindu Superman a.k.a. Indian Superman (1987) - In Indian language. Footage is lifted from Superman The Movie and put side by side with atrocious new FX. Total fun that you can't take your eyes off of! At one point, there are lots of Hindu commercials but it gets back to the flick.The guy who plays Superman doens't even look that bad as Superman.
Hold On! (1966) - A crazy Hermin's Hermits adventure! They perform lots of their songs as well! lbx
Hollywood Man (1976) - Classic biker flick starring the great Don Stroud and Mary Wovanov!
Homecoming (1996) - Anne Bancroft is a hermit grandma who finds herself in the middle of a family in need of her love. Lbx
Homebodies (1974) - A classic beloved rare film! This is the one where elderly apartment occupants start to take care of business when they are threatened to be ran out of their homes. And by taking care of business, I mean kill those who oppose them!
Homer (1970) - Homer is a youngster trapped in a small town! Also, this is the first movie to ever have a song by Led Zeppelin in it.
Home for the Holidays (1972) - Another lost TV-movie. Starring Sally Field, a man wants his daughters to kill his new wife, but thereï¿½s moreï¿½
Honky (1971) - Ah, they don't make them like this anymore. Rich black girl falls for poor white boy, and here comes trouble! Blaxploitation? Classic nonetheless.
Horrible House on the Hill, The (1974) - Also known as both "Peopletoys" and "Devil Times Five" - a bunch of crazy kids escape their institution fate and are taken in by a bunch of unsuspecting adults! Familiar faces include Sorrell Brooke ("Boss Hogg") and Leif Garrett! A good one! LBX
Horror At 37,000 Feet (1973) - Pretty much remembered as one of the "greatest" TV-Movies ever made! William Shatner, Chuck Connors, Buddy Ebson, in quite possible the defining 70's TV-movie. A simple airplane flight finds trouble with various spirits that also found their way aboard! Includes some truly unforgettable visuals, this is absolutely not to be missed by any fan of the old TV flicks.
Hot Rock, The (1972) - 70's stud Robert Redford and George Segal star in this diamond theft caper comedy, good stuff. LBX
Hot Rod (1979) - Another great Robert Culp TV-movie, this time he owns the town and doesn't want the 'new kid in town' to win the big drag race. Excellent TV-movie, filmed beautifully, lots of action, good music, drama and great cars.
Hot Rod Rumble (1957) - Now THIS is a JD film! Hot Rods and rock and roll. Big Arnie is the local tough guy and misfit who can't seem to get along with anyone. His chick is angry with him and his car club doesn't like him. Then he's accused of a horrific crime, and it just gets worse from there!
Hot Times (1974) - A very much sought-after flick that spoofs The Archies, sexually charged!
Hound of the Baskervilles (1972) - Rare version starring Stuart Granger.
House on the Edge of the Park (1980) - A classic piece of exploitation starring David Hess from "The Last House on the Left" - two men, one a psychopath (Hess) and his mentally-challenged friend, invite themselves to a rich party where they subject the guests to all kinds of abuse and torture. Pretty intense, this one is very rarely seen anymore. Hess is very disturbing as the leader, enjoying terrorizing the victims with such glee. If you like solid exploitation cinema, this is not to be missed. LBX
House of the Long Shadows (1983) - Three masters of horror (Vincent Price, Chris Lee and Peter Cushing) star in this tale of a writer who goes to a strange empty house to work,which turns out not to be as empty as he first thought!
House That Dripped Blood, The (1971) - Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, and a house with strange tales, no way can one go wrong with that combo. LBX
How I Spent My Summer Vacation (1967) - Robert Wagner
Howling in the Woods, A (1971) - Rare TV-movie creeper with Larry Hangman and Barbara Eden!
Hud (1963) - Paul Newman is a real badass who doesn't care about anyone but himself and his own pleasure, causing trouble wherever he goes. Typical greatness by Newman. LBX
Human Highway (1982) - A Neil Young film - new wave meets the hippie movement! A man wants to torch his diner for the insurance as it is next to a faulty nuclear plant, but many absurd things happen from there. And DEVO!
Hurry Sundown (1967) - Michael Caine, Jane Fonda and John Phillip-Law in this amazing tale from the old south.
HWY: An American Pastoral (1969) - The ultra-rare Jim Morrison epic of a man cruising the highways of America looking for answers. Has a small edit-strip on the bottom but it does not detract from viewing this rare masterpiece. Included is some bonus rare Doors footage.
I, Desire (1982) - Rare Vampire TV-flick, aka Desire the Vampire
I Dream of Jeannie: 15 Years Later (1985) - Great reunion TV-flick (sans Hagman).
I Know My First Name Is Steven (1989) - This is considered one of the best TV-movies of the 80s. Based on a true story, Steven is kidnapped by a sick pervert as a little kid, and years later tries to get back into a normal routine with his real family. Powerful performances all around, this is the full version of this classic.
I Never Sang For My Father (1970) - The great Gene Hackman stars in this underrated gem about a man (Hackman) who puts his marrying and moving plans on hold for his father, who he has issues with. Almost unknown, this is a good one. LBX
I Still Dream of Jeannie (1991) - Barbara Eden again stars as the classic character
I Want To Keep My Baby (1976) - A lost TV-movie classic, this one stars Mariel Hemmingway as a young mother who does not want to get an abortion. Has a small logi in the corner that doesn't detract from viewing. Susan Anspach also stars in this remembered film.
I Will I Will...For Now (1976) - Rare sex comedy starring Elliot Gould, Victoria Principal, Diane Keaton and Paul Savino.
I Wonder Who's Killing Her Now? (1975) - Man hired hit man to kill wife and sets off a wild chain of events!
I Yabba Dabba Do! (1993) - Animated Flintstones feature, where Bamm-Bamm and Pebbles decide to get married!
If You Could See What I Hear (1982) - Story about the life and loves of blind musician Tom Sullivan. Marc Singer and the pretty Shari Belafonte star.
Idol, The (1966) - Jennifer Jones
In Crowd, The (1988) - Donovan Leitch
In Hot Pursuit (1977) - aka Poll County Pot Plane, car chase flick
In The Beach House (1977) a.k.a. Casotto - Extremely rare Jodie Foster vehicle that she'd rather keep in the closet, this is an Italian sex comedy about the adventures and goings-ons in the beach house one day.
Incident, The (1967) - This one is pretty amazing. Two violent thugs (played masterfully by Tony Musante, who later went on to play TV's "Toma," and a young Martin Sheen) terrorize a New York City subway car full of passengers, which include many familiar faces, especially a young Jeff Bridges. The passengers learn a lot about themselves as they suffer through their captor's torments. Well-made and not to be missed.
Inserts (1975) - Richard Dreyfuss is a silent-movie director who if forced to make porno after the talkies come into play. Good art flick, also stars the pretty Jessica Harper.
Inside Daisy Clover (1965) - Another winner flick one doesn't hear much of. Natalie Wood is fantastic as a trashy young girl in the 30's, who finds herself on the verge of singing stardom. However, if she is to be marketed as "wholesome" then her life must be changed, and not everyone is happy about that. Great cast includes Christopher Plummer and Robert Redford who plays a great industry sleaze. LBX
Island, The (1980) - Michael Caine stars as a man with his son who get mixed up in a story that they soon regret.
Island of Death (1977) - One of the most notorious of the "video nasty" flicks. A British couple vacation on a Greek Island, and pretty much proceed to spread atrocities all over the place. Lots of disturbing scenes and images, various twists and turns, but somehow this film works, you just have to have a strong stomach for this kind of thing!
It's A Bikini World (1967) - Rock group The Animals appear in this wild beach romp! lbx
It's Not The Size That Counts (1971) - aka Percy's Progress, flick about the first penis transplant!
It's Showtime! (1976) - Animals in the movies - lbx
Jack of Diamonds (1967) - George Hamilton
Jailbait Babysitter (1977) - John Goodman's first film! A pretty wild teenager has a crazy party where she is babysitting. After the craziness, she gets involved with a pretty 'madam' who starts her in a life of prostitution. Her wanna-be boyfriend doesn't like it one bit!
Jenny (1970) - Marlo Thomas, Alan Alda and many 70's familiar faces star in this parenting drama about a new baby in a mom's world.
Jericho Mile, The (1979) - Great acclaimed story of a man in prison who becomes a long-distance runner.
Jerk Too, The (1984) - Very rare sequel to "The Jerk" with Mark Blankfield!
Jive Turkey (1974) - aka Baby Needs A New Pair of Shoes, rare blaxploitation
Jokes My Folks Never Told Me (1978) - Sexy Raven de la Croix stars in this ribald comedy
Justice League of America (2001) - Really nice quality on this unaired TV-movie pilot of a series that never came to be. The Justice League superheroes have to do battle with the evil Weather Man, who wants to take down the city with a tidal wave. The Flash is especially cool here.
Just You and Me, Kid (1979) - George Burns and Brooke Shields rarity!
Kane and Abel (1985) - The entire miniseries! Two men in the financial world will shake up their lives. On three DVDs.
Karen Carpenter Story, The (1989) - Rare TV-movie starring Cynthia Gibb tells the amazing tale. Even Louise Fletcher is on hand.
Katie's Passion (1975) - Paul Verhoevan rarity, teen prostitute
Kid Blue (1973) - Dennis Hopper, Warren Oates
Kid with the Broken Halo (1982) - Low-key but fun TV-movie starring Gary Coleman as an angel who has to solve the problems of three families on earth to earn his wings. Much better than it sounds! Packed with familiar faces. No end credits.
Kill A Dragon (1967) - Chinese villagers hire karate expects to help them take care of a gangster and his gang who took over their island. Great action and location shooting. Jack Palance stars. LBX
Killdozer (1974) - This is it! The TV-movie you saw late at night as a kid in the 70's (or NEVER saw as a kid in the 80's)! Killdozer stars Clint Walker and Robert Urich as men on a construction crew on a deserted island, where a bulldozer comes to life and starts killing all the men one by one! Great character actors abound (including Neville Brand) highlight the action, which includes Killdozer doing battle against another earth mover!
Killer Bees (1974) - Very rare TV-movie about a woman and her bees! The "FX" of the bees (black dots all over the screen) has to be seen to be truly appreciated! Kate Jackson and Eddie Albert star in this sought-after classic. They don't make them like this anymore. :)
Killing Affair, A (1977) - OJ Simpson and Elizabeth Montgomery star in this TV-movie rarity about a couple out to solve a murder mystery.
King Kong (1976) - The wildly trashed remake, but fun to watch as it is "so bad it's good!" The big hype in 1976 was the 40-foot Kong robot constructed for the movie, which actually appears on screen for just a few seconds - easy to tell because it moves just like a robot would! Jeff Bridges, Charles Grodin and Jessica Lange star and all remarkably survived with their careers intact. Actually, the climatic battle means a little bit more these days, given the location. LBX
King Solomon's Mines (1985) - Richard Chamberlain and (gasp) Sharon Stone star in this total Indy rip-off which is actually a blast. The African jungles of early 20th century, tribes, rivals, mysteries, all the classic serial ingredients add up to a very fun flick. LBX
KISS Meets The Phantom of the Park (1978) - The band KISS battles an evil scientist and his robots (even his KISS robots!) at an amusement park where KISS is performing! While it aimed to be a timeless TV fantasy in the Star Wars vein, this flick is a really cheesy 70's TV movie instead! It is however a lot of fun, especially for KISS fans as Gene, Paul, Ace and Peter battle evil, sing songs and prove they can't act.
La Nueva Cenicienta (1964) - In Spanish language, with Robert Conrad
Lace (1984) - Phoebe Cates stars in this two-part soap opera TV-movie. On two DVDs.
Lace II (1985) - Three-hour version of this classic TV-movie sequel to "Lace."
Lady Cocoa (1975) - Classic blaxploitation with Lola Falana and Mean Joe Greene!
Lap Dancing (1995) - An actress wanna-be works as a lap dancer on her way up, and meets various characters. Pretty girls and shady characters, definitely R-rated.
Last Bride of Salem (1974) - This chiller was first an after school special, and proved so popular it was later shown in prime-time as a regular TV-movie.
Last Days of Pompeii (1984) - How can one top this? A sword-and-sandal epic starring Ned Beatty, Frances Nero, Linda Purl and Ernest Borgnine! On two DVDs.
Last of the Mohicans (1977) - Very rare version starring Steve Forrest.
Last Run, The (1971) - George C. Scott is a getaway driver hired to do one last run, and all sorts of havoc ensues!
Last Shark, The (1981) - aka Great White - Vic Morrow and James Franciscus in this gaint shark movie rarity, this has to be seen. Lbx, has foreign subs but they don't distract.
Last Woman on Earth (1960) - Early Roger Corman epic - three divers (one woman, two men) go underwater for a while, and when they resurface, they discover they are the only three people left on the planet! Very low budget and it shows, but a blast as well.
Law and Disorder (1974) - Ernest Borgnine and Carroll O'Connor star as two working stiffs in NYC who form a civilian police unit to combat crime in their neighborhoods. A comedy, but also a serious take on how crime-ridden NYC was at that time. Karen Black shines as Ernest's wild employee in his hair salon. LBX
Lazarus Syndrome, The (1978) - Early Louis Gosset Jr. TV-movie
Legend of Lizzie Borden, The (1975) - Elizabeth Montgomery stars as Lizzie in this infamous TV-movie based on the infamous trial. This was heavy stuff in 1975 and caused quite the stir in the entertainment world.
Legend of Nigger Charley, The (1972) - Very rare blaxploitation! The tale of a slave who doesn't take it anymore, and becomes a feared outlaw in the old west. Unbelievable this was even made!
Legend of Sleepy Hollow, The (1980) - Rare version of the tale, this TV-movie stars Jeff Goldblum. Nicely made and Jeff is obviously having a good time!
Let It Be (1970) - The Beatles in their last film. Good quality. Also includes their 1964 Washington D.C. concert as a bonus.
Liberation of L.B. Jones, The (1970) - A true classic of blaxploitation and film in general. L.B. Jones is a black undertaker (and rich) in a Texas town, who marries a pretty and young black girl, who fools around with the very racist white cop. L.B. Jones wants a divorce, and all hell breaks loose from there. Among the many great performances include Yaphet Kotto and a young Lee Majors. Familiar faces everywhere. This is a great one.
Lifeguard (1975) - Sam Elliot and Anne Archer star in this touching story of an aging lifeguard who is forced to take a good look at where his life is heading during one summer. A vastly underrated flick with a great theme song by Paul Williams. LBX
Light of Day (1987) - Michael J. Fox and Joan Jett are brother and sister in a rock and roll band together, facing many hurdles and problems together. Totally late 80's, interesting mostly-forgotten about flick. Bruce Springsteen writes the title song!
Lightning Jack (1994) - Paul Hogan is an outlaw in the wild west and teams up with Cuba Gooding Jr., and together they plan a big heist while getting into various mishaps and adventures. Many felt this flick was a mishap in their careers! But still much fun. LBX
Like Normal People (1979) - Touching classic TV-movie starring Shaun Cassidy and Linda Purl, as two retarded/mentally challenged people who want to get married. Easily one of the most popular TV flicks ever made. Very un-PC as popular as it is, this flick is destined never to be shown on broadcast again.
Lilith (1964) - Warren Beatty stars as a therapist at an insane asylum for falls for a particularly beautiful and captivating patient. Definitely unique, this one's a winner. Peter Fonda stands out in an early role as one of the more vocal inmates.
Linda McCartney Story, The (2000) - Very well done and faithful story of Sir Paul and his wife. Rare and sought-after TV-movie.
Lion Man (1975) - aka Aslan Adam - Extreme Turkish rarity about a man raised by lions in the land of Kings! Dubbed in English!
Lions Love (1969) - Peter Bogdanovich
Lipstick (1976) - Notorious 70's exploitation, this one got a real bad rap upon release (still does!). Margaux Hemingway stars as a model who is brutally raped by her young sister's teacher (a delightfully evil Chris Sarandon). Her real-life sis Mariel Hemingway stars as the little sister in her first movie role (her second was the acclaimed 1976 TV-movie "I Want To Keep My Baby!" also available here at Rare Movies Worldwide). Anne Bancroft and Perry King are also in this talented cast. LBX
Little Darlings (1980) - Tatum O'Neal and Kristy McNichol star in this tale of a competition at a girls camp to see who can lose their virginity first! Matt Dillon also gives a great early performance.
Little Fauss and Big Halsey (1970) - A Robert Redford film that few have ever even heard of! Redford is a womanizing motorcycle racer who gets into various adventures with his racing partner. Familiar faces include Lauren Hutton.
Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane, The (1976) - Jodie Foster stars in this classic as a mysterious girl who has to put up with nosy neighbors! Martin Sheen also stars in this one. LBX
Little Italy (1978) - A cop from Italy chases a crooked cop to the USA in this wild comedy/drama. LBX
Little Murders (1971) - Another lost gem, a couple in New York City start a relationship surrounded by the cruel city around them. Great cast includes Donald Sutherland, Elliot Gould and Alan Arkin. LBX
The Little Prince (1974) - Magical musical about a solo flyer who crash lands in the desert, and encounters a young Prince, who tells his tales of how he got to Earth. Bob Fosse and Gene Wilder star in this beautifully-shot modern classic. LBX
Living Desert, The (1953) - Cool old Disney documentary about all the fascinating creatures that live in the desert.
Loneliest Runner, The (1976) - Starring the "James at 15" kid Lance Kerwin, and written/directed by Michael Landon, this was a powerful film in the 70's. Kerwin has to run home from school everyday before the school bus passes his home, to retrieve the sheets his mom hangs out his bedroom window, sheets Lance has wet during the night due to a bedwetting problem. The kid grows up to be a marathon runner! An engaging tale and probably one of the best TV-movies.
Lonely Lady, The (1983) - The sexy Pia Zadora stars in this Harold Robbins sleaze classic about a screenwriter who will do anything to make it in Hollywood. This is also Ray Liotta's first theatrical movie!
Longest Night, The (1972) - David Janssen stars in this creepy TV-movie classic, about the daughter of a wealthy family who is kidnapped...and imprisoned underground, buried alive in a coffin while she is being searched for! Her coffin only has supplies and power for up to one week. This one brings back some restless memories for many 70's kids who saw this back then. The young girl has to somehow keep her sanity as she is kept in her underground prison. Her dad wants to give the ransom but problems get in the way...this one's a real nail-biter. One of the best.
Looking For Mr. Goodbar (1977) - More likely than not, you have probably heard of this infamous film. Diane Keaton, looking her most beautiful, stars as a schoolteacher in NYC who cruises the bars at night looking for bad boys. Stellar cast also includes Richard Gere. A real slice of gritty 1970's New York City.
Los Angeles 2017 (1971) - Very rare TV-Movie directed by Steven Spielberg, this is actually a feature-length episode of the TV show "The Name of the Game." A man wakes up 100 years into the future, and doesn't like what he sees! A must!
Lost Empire, The (1985) A great sci-fi/exploitation epic, featuring three sexy female James Bond types out to defeat a supervillian at the lost empire! Plenty of action, girl fighting, cheesy sets, this is definitely a winner. One of the girls is the beautiful Raven de la Croix, who previously appeared in Russ Meyer movies, looking so good in her cowgirl outfit. Hard foreign subs on the movie (subtitles that cannot be removed) but they don't detract.
Love Among Thieves (1987) - TV-movie famous for being the final starring role for Audrey Hepburn.
Love and the Midnight Auto Supply (1977) - This was a big hit on late 70's cable TV, about a wild car theft gang and a crazy cathouse!
Love At First Bite (1979) - George Hamilton stars as a tanned Dracula who comes to NYC (with his deranged assistant Arte Johnson) to find model Susan Saint James. However, Van Helsing descendant Richard Benjamin (and Saint James' ex-boyfriend) is out to kill the Count! Dracula dances at discos and takes on NYC by storm in this classic. LBX
Love Thy Neighbor (1984) - The great Jack Ritter stars in this Tv-movie rarity that is much sought-after.
Love War, The (1970) - The always absolutely gorgeous Angie Dickinson is an alien on earth, at war with another alien on our planet, Lloyd Bridges. No matter how it may sound this is actually a fun one!
Lucan (1977) - TV-movie pilot for the short-lived series, Lucan was raised by animals and now seeks himself! (For a few more bucks, you can have this pilot and all the existing episodes, check the "TV" section for details.)
Luna (1979) - Shocking in its day and still packs a punch, Jill Clayburgh stars as a mom who begins an incestuous relationship with her son. On two DVDs.
Lust in the Dust (1985) - Divine stars in this raunchy western! LBX
Mad Dog (1977) - aka Beast With a Gun, Italian gangster flick
Malibu Bikini Shop, The (1986) - Two guys out of college inherit a bikini shop and of course, in true 80's fashion all hell breaks loose and wild! You can imagine where this one goes!
Mamas and the Papas: Straight Shooters (1988) - A great documentary about the famous singing group. Many other stars are here too like Joe Cocker, Mick Fleetwood and more.
Man, The (1972) - The first black President is Darth Vader himself, James Earl Jones! This was going to be a TV-Movie, but was released in theaters because it was thought to be too hot for TV.
Man Who Haunted Himself, The (1970) - Roger Moore stars in this classic about a man who notices his life is being taken over by a double in his place! Shock ending! LBX
Manchu Eagle Caper Murder Mystery, The (1975) - Gabriel Dell rarity
Mandrake the Magician (1979) - Mandrake battles a killer in this rare TV-flick.
Manipulator, The (1971) ï¿½ Mickey Rooney stars in this rare take of a crazy makeup man who kidnaps beautiful girls!
Marathon Man (1976) - The Dustin Hoffman mystery classic. LBX
Mario and the Mob (1992) - Robert Conrad and Ann Jillian in this TV rarity.
Marilyn: The Untold Story (1980) - Catherine Hicks stars as Marilyn in this very rare TV-movie bio-pic. Many familiar faces abound in this lost classic.
Marriage of a Young Stockbroker (1971) - Richard Benjamin is masterful as a man who risks losing everything because of his voyeuristic tendencies! A fun and rare early 70's sex romp!
Massacre At Central High (1977) - Despite the title, this film is actually considered to be a very intelligent portrayal of class rebellion. New student David heads to Central High, where his best friend Mark goes, and where Mark and his 3 friends rule the school with an iron fist. Mark set it up so David can join the group and rule with them. But David wants no part of the bullies, and he rebels against them, causing a strain with his friendship with Mark. Meanwhile, David inspires major rebellion amongst the students against the bullies, and all sorts of havoc ensues! Even Roger Ebert has stated this is one of his favorite films! Also stars the gorgeous Kimberly Beck.
Mausoleum (1983) - Marjoe Gortner ("Starcrash") stars in this chiller about a girl and demonic possession!
Meateater, The (1979) - Rare flick about a mania who stalks teens at a movie theater.
Melinda (1972) - Classic rare blaxploitation starring the great Calvin Lockhart as super-suave ladies-man DJ Frankie, who picks up Melinda and gets involved with gangsters and more! An incredible and very entertaining entry in the genre. Watching Calvin go from Mr. Cool to Mr. Badass is a blast!
Men Cry Bullets (1998) - Woman locks up a female impersonator and all kinds of havoc ensues! LBX
Men's Club, The (1986) - For decades, this movie has raised questions. Is it great, or is it beyond bad? Is it a 'thinking' film, or just a huge dumb train wreck? Is it "artsy," or just plain trash? A group of men get together for a chatting session, but things get rowdy and out of hand, and they have to take the party elsewhere...incredible cast includes Harvey Keitel, Frank Langella, David Dukes, Roy Scheider and many more. If you are willing to take a chance on this flick, here it is!
Mermaids (2003) - Rare TV-movie from Argentina, dubbed in English. Two mermaid sisters hunt down their father's killer!
Mind of Mr. Soames (1970) ï¿½ A man in a coma since infancy, awakens with the body of a man but with the mind of an infant. Learning how to function, he escapes!
Minx, The (1969) - Jan Sterling stars in this sex romp that is a blast!
Model Shop (1969) - Carol Cole
Moment By Moment (1978) - John Travolta and Lily Tomlin have an affair and create a truly horrible masterpiece they'd both love to forget! This is a great bad one - it's just amazing to view!
Monster Dog (1984) - Alice Cooper (!) stars in this tale of mysterious killings blamed on wild dogs, but Alice seems to know something more!
Moonrunners (1974) - This is the film that inspired the classic "Dukes of Hazzard" TV show, with some of the same characters and the same narrator in Waylon Jennings! Grady and Bobby Lee Hagg run moonshine for Uncle Jesse, but local big guy Jake wants to eliminate all competition, including the Haggs! Lots of car action, great direction and a funny plot keep things moving alot at breakneck speed!
More Wild Wild West (1980) - Robert Conrad and Ross Martin return in this second sequel to "Wild Wild West" (the first being "Wild Wild West Revisited" from 1979), and is an extremely rare and sought-after fun TV-movie!
Morning After, The (1974) - A TV-movie that is actually decently made? This rare but acclaimed TV-Movie stars Dick Van Dyke as a raging alcoholic, a common premise that somehow finds a way to work here.
Movin' On: In Tandem (1974) - This is the TV-movie pilot for the trucker series "Movin' On" starring Claude Akins and Frank Converse, and of course that awesome green rig. Quality is 'ok,' a little below the usual standards but is still a good viewing.
Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid (1948) - Colorized version of this rarity
Mrs. Brown, You've Got A Lovely Daughter (1968) - The second flick starring Hermin's Hermits! lbx
Mrs. Polifax-Spy (1971) - Darren McGavin
Ms. 45 (1981) - Kind of a female "Death Wish," a beautiful New York City woman (who is mute) gets raped twice and then proceeds to rid the city of as many bad guys as she can. This one fell through the cracks but is a very entertaining revenge flick. LBX
Murder By Natural Causes (1979) - Katherine Ross and Hal Holbrook star in this rarity
Murder on the Orient Express (1974) - Albert Finney stars in this classic adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel. LBX
Murder Mansion (1972) - A late-night fave on 70's TV! A lost couple take refuse in a haunted mansion, complete with cool graveyard, stalking ghosts and odd assorted shady characters.
Murph the Surf (1975) - Robert Conrad, Don Stroud
Music Lovers, The (1970) - Ken Russell directed this lavish flick based on the life of the composer Tchaikovsky. Stars Richard Chamberlain and Glenda Jackson.
My Friends Need Killing (1976) - Shocker about a Vietnam vet who goes on a wild killing spree against his fellow soldiers.
My Pet Monster (1986) - A kid is transformed into a monster when exposed to a certain statue! This rarity spawned the kid’s cartoon series the next year.
My Six Loves (1963) - Rare comedy, this engaging flick tells of an exhausted Broadway star taking time off, only to become the object of various men's affections! Great cast includes Debbie Reynolds, Cliff Robertson, David Janssen and more.
Mystics in Bali (1981) - This is one of the craziest films you'll ever see. From Indonesia (and dubbed in English), this is the wild tale of a pretty girl who comes to Bali to do book research, only to be taken over by an evil witch, who uses the girl's head (with organs hanging down!) as a flying vampire head! Evidently this kind of thing happens often in Bali as no one seems too shocked at a girl's head flying around with the organs hanging off it. Local wizard-types end up doing battle with the witch, in a truly weird climatic war! The evil witch laughs her evil laugh seemingly non-stop and threatens the girl to obey. This is truly one not to be missed by anyone who likes weird cinema. LBX
Mystery of the Million Dollar Hockey Puck (1975) - Comedy about some kids and some diamonds hidden in a hockey puck, but best of all it stars The Montreal Canadiens and you get to see some classic hockey footage with some greats like Bob Gainey and Guy LaFleur in the big finale at the old Montreal Forum! Extremely rare!
Naked Ape, The (1973) - Hugh from Payboy had this very rare film made, and it has Victoria Principal!
Name For Evil, A (1973) - Robert Culp
Nashville (1975) - Keith Carradine stars in this flick about when country and politics collide. Great movie! LBX
Never Too Young To Die (1986) - Cheesy fun actioner with John Stamos and Gene Simmons!
Nickel Mountain (1984) - Michael Cole
Night Cries (1978) - Susan St. James
Night Games (1980) - Strange Tale about a sexually repressed woman who can only become aroused by a guy in a bird suit. Seriously! Joanna Cassidy and Barry Primus star.
Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia, The (1982) - Kristy McNichol stars in this film adaptation of the hit song. Very rare!
Night of Dark Shadows (1971) - Lara Parker and Kate Jackson star in this creepy gothic thriller. As fans of the series know, this flick was cut down by 30 minutes from orders by the studio, and has not been restored yet, so this is the 95m version, the only one out there at the moment. Still a very good viewing and beautifully shot.
Night of the Comet (1984) - A popular and well-done film, this is the take of two very pretty valley girls who, along with a few others, survive a comet that wipes out all humans on Earth! But there are many zombies to content with as well as other threats. This is a good one. LBX
Night of the Demons (1988) - Often over-looked entry in the demons/zombies genre - what's the best way to celebrate Halloween for ten kids? Have a party in a huge abandoned funeral parlor, and very unwisely have a seance! Needless to say, all Hell breaks loose as the place becomes a maze as the kids are terrorized by the demons. Definitely a good one. LBX
Night of the Grizzly (1967) - Clint Walker stars as a man who, with his family, heads to some new land in Wyoming, and has to do battle with various obstacles and a huge grizzly! The final battle between man and grizzly has to be seen to be believed!
Night of the Strangler (1972) - Mickey Dolenz
Night Train To Terror (1985) - Horror anthology with God and Satan as hosts
Nightmare Castle (1965) - The great Barbara Steele stars in this Italian feature, where a count tortures and murders his unfaithful wife and her lover, and they come back for revenge! Very atmospheric, great gothic tone, this one is a winner and was a fave on 70's late-night TV, when they showed the good stuff.
No Blade of Grass (1970) - A family is on the run from a virus killing everyone. lbx
Norliss Tapes, The (1973) - A reporter finds vampires on the loose! Claude Akins and other early 70's faces.
Not Quite Human (1987) - Craziness with Alan Thicke, as he sends his android son to school to see how well he interacts with humans!
Nurse (1980) - Michael Learned and Robert Reed star in this TV-movie pilot for the short-lived series about a nurse and her exploits.
Nutty Professor, The (1963) - Jerry Lewis stars as the title character, who creates and uses a potion that turns him from a science geek into a studly chick magnet! LBX
Obsession (1976) - Cliff Robertson in the mid-70's classic. lbx
Odd Couple - Together Again, The (1993) - The great Tony Randall and Jack Klugman once again star as Felix and Oscar! Felix gets kicked out of the house so he won't interfere with his daughter's wedding, so he moves in with Oscar and it's just like old times!
Oh, Calcutta! (1972) - Rare movie based on the infamous Broadway play, a series of musical numbers about sex.
Oh God! You Devil (1984) - George Burns is back in the final movie of the "Oh God" trilogy, but this time he also plays Satan! A young musician sells his soul to Satan for success, but God has something to say about that and takes it up with the big red guy. Burns is sharp in this underrated funny flick. LBX
Old Dracula (1974) - aka Vampira, David Niven rarity, a quickie answer to "Young Frankenstein"
Ollie Hopnoodle's Haven of Bliss (1988) - A young kid gets his first job in this goofy fun TV-movie
One Down Two To Go (1982) - Jim Kelly! Richard Roundtree! Jim Brown! all vs. the Mob, so you know this one has to be good! lbx
One is a Lonely Number (a.k.a. Two Is A Happy Number 1972)
A woman has her husband walk out on her, and hopes he returns, but then discovers information she wishes she hadn't. Very rare gem stars Janet Leigh and Trish Van Devere. LBX
One Little Indian (1973) - Decent family movie as James Garner, Clay O'Brien, Vera Miles, and Jodie Foster find themselves on the run in the old west. Jodie is cute and Garner is sharp as always in this forgotten flick. LBX
One Of My Wives Is Missing (1976) - Maybe one of the best TV-movies ever made! The great Jack Klugman is a detective out to find the truth about a man's missing wife...full of twists and turns, and a shock ending, this one is definitely non-stop and one of the best. Familiar faces all around, a total blast from start to finish!
One Potato, Two Potato (1964) - A very rare gem, this flick tells the story of a white divorced woman who falls in love with a black man. Her former husband then takes her to court to fight for custody of the kids. This one has fallen through the cracks, definitely a good one.
One Shoe Makes It Murder (1982) - Robert Mitchum
Only When I Laugh (1981) - A Neil Simon film, as a Broadway actress is cured of her alcoholism but realizes that her daughter and friends have problems of their own to deal with. Marsha Mason, James Coco and Kristy McNichol star in this often overlooked gem. LBX
On A Clear Day You Can See Forever (1970) - Barbra Streisand stars as a woman with multiple personalities who can do strange things! A sometimes-forgotten oddity. LBX
On The Air Live With Captain Midnight (1977) - A true 70's lost classic, a high school kid, with the help of his best friend, creates a moving pirate radio station in his supercool custom 70's van and becomes the hottest DJ in Los Angeles! Everyone from the feds to the cops to his fellow high school classmates try to find out the secret identity of Captain Midnight! Graet music by Ted Nugent and Rod Stewart, this film is no "Dazed and Confused," this is a real 70's teen movie!
Open Season (1974) - Classic rare Peter Fonda vehicle about buddies who terrorize a couple (one a very pretty wife), and then go hunting for the most dangerous game! John Phillip Law also stars in this rare underrated classic.
Orca (1977) - Richard Harris and other familiars star in this tale of a killer whale seeking out the hunter that slaughtered his mate. Great case of cat and mouse as the whale pursues his prey, with an amazing final showdown! LBX
Ordeal (1973) - Arthur Hill
Ordinary People (1980) - Robert Redford directed this classic family drama. Letterboxed.
Out of It (1969) - Classic teenage hi-jinks with the great Jon Voight in this rarity.
Out of Time (1988) - Bill Mahar and Adam Ant!
Outer Space Connection, The (1975) - Oh no, yet ANOTHER 70's unexplained/UFO documentary! Rod Serling narrates this one though!
Outrage (1973)- This is it! The car classic! Robert Culp and his family are terrorized by a group of hot-rodding teens! A MUST and one of the greatest TV-Movies ever made!
Outsider, The (1967) - Darren McGavin
Overnight Delivery (1998) - Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd star in this comedy about a guy trying to stop his girl from receiving an overnight letter that can destroy their relationship! LBX
Passion of Mind (2000) - Rare Demi Moore vehicle as she plays a woman living a separate life in her dreams, as it becomes more difficult to separate dreams and reality. Interesting forgotten flick and Demi looks good. LBX
Paper Moon (1973) - Ryan O'Neal and Tatum O'Neal star as con artists in the 30's always in and out of trouble. A true 70's classic! Letterboxed.
People, The (1972) - Yet another classic William Shatner TV flick with fake Mormons!
People Next Door, The (1970) - Parents discover their pretty daughter is actually an LSD user, but the parents and their son also have secrets of their own. Classic "generation gap" flick, with Cloris Leachman, Eli Wallach and many more familiar faces.
Phantom of Hollywood, The (1974) - Very rare TV-movie about a movie studio protected by a phantom. Most notable because you see classic MGM sets destroyed! A forgotten important piece of Hollywood history.
Pick-Up (1975) - Two very pretty girls hitch a ride with a guy and his motor home, and proceed to go on a very trippy (and sexy) ride. Good location shooting and a weird (but fun) vibe make this one a good and quite untypical viewing, LBX
Pigs vs. Freaks (1980/1984) - Broadcast on television in '84, four years after it was completed, this is a strange film about actual football games the cops and hippies used to play against each other in the 70's to help understand one another better. Tony Randall and Patrick Swayze star!
Pink Lady The Movie (1978) ï¿½ a.k.a. Pink Ladyï¿½s Motion Picture, this is the big screen appearance of this legendary duo, as they sing and dance their way through the movie. In Japanese, but a real trip nonetheless!
Pirates of Penzance (1983) - Linda Ronstadt in this rare classic pirate adventure flick!
Playmates (1972) - Two divorced men become buds and, without knowing it, start dating the other's ex-wife! Alan Alda, Connie Stevens, Barbara Feldon and other familiar faces star in this goofy comedy where you get to see Alan Alda go nuts!
Pom Pom Girls, The (1976) - This one is a great one, maybe the best of the "70's California teen" B-flicks - the adventures of a pair of high school football playing buddies (one of which is Robert Carradine) and the cheerleaders that they hang with - some very pretty 70's girls and awesome classic cars, and even a decent soundtrack fit the scene perfectly. There's even an awesome "suicide chicken" run ('55 Chevy vs. Ford Galaxie) between Carradine and his rival, Bill Adler, who appeared in many similar films. A little scratchy of a print but still looks good. This is the PG-rated version of the film, which is pretty much the same as the "R" except for a few removed shots of female nudity. This version, unlike the "R" version, comes in widescreen. This one is a winner. LBX
Portnoy's Complaint (1972) - Richard Benjamin stars in this edgy comedy about a Jewish man's crazy life. Also stars the great Karen Black and Lee Grant.
Poseidon Adventure, The (1972) - Gene Hackman and Ernest Borgnine star in this classic about the overturned ship, and the rag-tag group they try to lead to safety. LBX
Power Within, The (1979) - Airplane stunt pilot gains superhuman strength! Rare TV-pilot movie that went nowhere except in history and in rare-movie collector's collections.
Pretty Baby (1978) - Brooke Shields stars in this notorious flick as a very young girl in the old days being raised amongst a bunch of prostitutes. LBX
Prime Time (1977) - aka American Raspberry, this is a "Groove Tube" type flick with fake TV shows. Warren Oates.
Prisoners of the Lost Universe (1987) - Richard Hatch and the always-gorgeous Kay Lenz star in this sci-fi actioner, as a pair on unlikely allies who find themselves in another dimension fighting bad guys! One of those cheapie 80's genre flicks that almost no one has ever heard of, this is actually a lot of fun.
Promise Him Anything (1975) - Eddie Albert stars in this rare TV-Movie, about a man who sues for breach of contract when his date found through a dating service isn't quite as advertised. Definitely ahead of its time!
Pray For The Wildcats (1974) - Okay, pay attention to this one! 70's TV-movie! William Shatner! Angie Dickinson! Robert Reed! Marjoe Gortner! And Andy Griffith as the scummy boss who makes his employess go on a dangerous trip with him!
Prisoner of Second Avenue, The (1975) - Jack Lemmon stars as a NYC resident who is having a nervous breakdown thanks to losing his job, crazy neighbors and the stress of the city. Anne Bancroft is his loyal wife in this Neil Simon comedy. LBX
Psycho II (1987) - Anthony Perkins returns and all havoc ensues! LBX
Public Eye, The (1992) - Joe Pesci is a photographer who finds himself in a little too deep, set in the 30's. Pesci is always a hoot to watch!
Punk in London (1979) - Very rare look at punk rock in England. Clash, Pistols, X-Ray Spex, Boomtown Rats, Lurkers, etc. all great bands.
Pussycat, Pussycat, I Love You (1970) - Very rare sequel to "What's New Pussycat," Woody Allen wrote the screenplay.
Puzzle of a Downfall Child (1970) - Faye Dunaway stars in this early 70's lost classic.
Queen Kong (1976) - The makers of 1976's King Kong successfully had this parody yanked from theaters to avoid confusion (and competition). It disappeared until finally getting a release 25 years later, then disappeared again! An interesting take on feminism, wild FX and pretty girls make this one quite the crazy flick. LBX
Questor Tapes, The (1974) - A super-android goes on the run to find its human creator! No end credits but you don't miss anything to the story at all.
Rabbit Test (1978) - Joan Rivers directed this infamous movie about the first pregnant man, starring Billy Crystal and Alex Rocco. Billy Barty is also on hand!
Rabid Grannies Uncut (1988) - The infamous Troma film with all the original gore intact! Two grannies (actually aunties) throw a party for their relatives, a shady bunch of characters who really just want their money. However, the two grannies then turn into flesh-eating demons who eat flesh and crack jokes, who then chase the rest of the crew all over the huge house as they run for their lives! Fun, suspenseful, and funny, and very gory with all the gore cut out of the final print. Very rare in this form! In English but has foreign subs but they don't detract at all.
Radio Bikini (1988) - Rare nuclear age warning film, rare footage, scary stuff.
Raffery and the Gold Dust Twins (1975) - Alan Arkin stars as a man kidnapped by two girls, and who becomes involved in their lives. Good comedy drama was a hit on cable TV in the 70's.
Ragtime (1981) - The last feature film of the great James Cagney. In NYC in the early 20th century, a black pianist gets mixed up in the life of the white family taking care of his girlfriend and child. Suspenseful and well-made drama. The sets and streets look incredible - no computer effects here. Cagney's old pal Pat O'Brien is even here! LBX
Rainbow Bridge (1972) - A bunch of musicians and fans attend a New Age gathering in Hawaii, in this incredible documentary. This flick is most famous for the electrifying performance of Jimi Hendrix, in a great concert sequence, and you even see him hanging out chatting afterwards. LBX
Rampage (1987) - A liberal DA goes for the death penalty for a man who murdered an entire family. Interesting and grisly drama.
Rats, The (a.k.a. Deadly Eyes) (1982) - Giant rats are on the loose, and the only face you may recognize is the great Scatman Crothers! They dressed up dogs as big rats so listen for the barking!
Raw Force (1982) - A group of martial arts students are en route to an island that supposedly is home to the ghosts of martial artists who have lost their honor. A Hitler lookalike and his gang are running a female slavery operation on the island as well. Soon, the two groups meet and all sorts of crazy things happen which include cannibal monks, piranhas, zombies, and more!
Realm of the Bizarre (1994) - Shot-on-video anthology with pretty topless girls and hilarious blood scenes.
Rebel (a.k.a. No Place To Hide) (1970) - Incredible early Sylvester Stallone flick - Sly comes to NYC and gets mixed up with radical students with bombs! Beautiful-looking print, a great look at an early Stallone on his way up the ladder. LBX
Reckless (1984) - Johnny (Adian Quinn) is a bad boy in a small mining town, a rebel who makes his own rules. He falls for a gorgeous cheerleader (Daryll Hannah) who is dating the star quarterback. All hell breaks loose from there! Great performances all around in this underrated 80’s classic. LBX
Record City (1978) - An unbelievable 70's time piece, this rare classic shows us what goes on in a rocking day's time at the hippest, most rockin' and rollin' record store in all of LA. Familar 70's faces about in this forgotten gem!
Red Line 7000 (1965) - James Caan stars as a race car driver in this rare racing epic. Look for Star Trek's George Takei!
Reincarnation of Peter Proud (1975) - Michael Sarrazin stars as a man who has lived a previous life, and the secrets it unfolds! This creeped out all of us 70's kids on cable back in the day.
Reptilicus (1961) - Denmark's entry in the giant monster sweepstakes is pretty bad but is still great fun. You know the story - giant monster shows up, attacks town, fights military! Reptilicus even spews out some vile animated green substance.
Return of the Mod Squad (1979) - Exactly what it says! Even Tom Bosley is in here!
Return of the Shaggy Dog, The (1987) - Very rare sequel to “The Shaggy Dog,” about a man who turns into a shaggy dog! Pretty funny actually, not as bad as one may expect from something like this!
Return of the Six-Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman, The (1987) - Lee Majors and Lindsay Wagner star in this first of the reunion post-series TV-movies. See also "Bionic Showdown"/"Bionic Ever After" and "Six Million Dollar Man".
Return To Macon County (1975) - Don Johnson and Nick Nolte in great early roles ar two young kids in 1958 heading to California in their '57 Chevy to race, but face all sorts of trouble on the way with a wild gang and a nutcase cop! Also stars Robin Mattson from General Hospital!
Return To Salem's Lot, A (1987) - Michael Moriarty in this Salem's Lot sequel!
Revenge For A Rape (1976) - One of the better TV-movies, as a man gets revenge for the gang-rape of his wife. Stars Mike Connors ("Mannix") and Robert Reed.
Revengers, The (1972) - In this rare western, William Holden stars as a man who has his family killed by a gang, and then puts together a band of tough cowpokes to seek revenge. Ernest Borgnine also stars in this forgotten flick. LBX
Rhinestone (1984) - Yes, this is the one - Dolly Parton must turn NYC cabbie Sly Stallone into a country music star to win a bet. Goofy fun and Dolly is looking good! LBX
Rich and Famous (1981) - Jacqueline Bisset and Candice Bergen star as two writers, one who is a 'serious' writer and the other, a 'trashy' writer, and their friendship and the ups and downs. Early Meg Ryan appearance in this flick. LBX
Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess (1983) - Very rare TV-movie with the awesome Lynda Carter in the title role. Lynda of course looks amazing as ever in this bio-pic.
River's Edge, The (1986) - Crispin Glover, Dennis Hopper and more familiar faces star in this acclaimed black comedy about teen friends who come across a dead body. LBX
Road To Salina (1970) - A classic of Euro-trash cinema from director George Lautner. A drifter (Robert Walker Jr., Star Trek's "Charlie X") finds himself in a unique situation as he pretends to be the long-lost son of a lonely widow (Rita Hayworth). His sexy "sister" (Mimsy Farmer) also believes him to be the lost brother, and rekindles their "relationship"...the drifter finds himself in a trap and a puzzle he has to solve. An amazingly gripping story, also starring Ed Begley.
Rocker, The (2008) - A failed 80's "metal hair band" drummer (who got kicked out of his band just as they made it big 20 years ago) gets a second chance when he has to fill in with his nephew's high-school band. One of the funniest movies to come out the past few years, and Christina Applegate is looking at fine as ever! LBX
Roller Boogie (1979) - Awesome and rad! A bunch of roller skaters (with four-wheeled skates, heck yeah) in sunny 70's California fight to keep their fave skating palace open. They start a Facebook petition and...no just kidding, they do a real lot of skating instead! Linda Blair stars in this cheesy but fun flick, where the girls are all hot and the skating is where it's at. Kimberly Beck also is here, she's most notable from the classic "Massacre at Central High" (also available here at Rare Movies Worldwide). Cheesy 70's fun. LBX
Rolling Vengeance (1987) - A guy and his mega-truck get revenge on rapists!
Romulus and the Sabines/Sabine Women (1961) - Very rare sword and sandal starring Roger Moore!
Runaway, The (1961) - Cesar Romero!
Sahara (1983) - Rare (and expensive) Brooke Shields flick. Her dad dies during a trans-African auto race and she takes his place, but then has trouble with an oil sheik! Brooke of course looks very beautiful in this oddity.
Salon Kitty (1975) - Nazi girls working in a brothel! Exploitation classic. LBX
Sandcastles (1972) - The Jan-Michael Vincent classic, about a mysterious boy who helps solve a crime, and falls in love with a beautiful girl musician, But there's more to the story...
Sara T: Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic (1976) - One of the true classics of bad 70's TV-movie madness, Linda Blair stars as the alcoholic Sarah, but you also get Larry Hagman and Mark "Luke Skywalker" Hamill! This is one of the big ones!
Satan's Cheerleaders (1977) - The rare horror/comedy!
Saturday the 14th (1981) - Richard Benjamin and Paula Prentiss star in this rare horror comedy!
Savage Is Loose, The (1974) - An incredible film, very daring for 1974, as a family (with dad George C. Scott) gets stranded on an island, and the son goes crazy and sexually stalks his mother. An unforgettable lost movie.
Savage Journey (1983) - Fighting the untamed wilderness in this TV-flick
Savages (1974) - Rare Andy Griffith TV-movie about drama in the desert!
Scars of Dracula (1970) - Rare Hammer flick with Christopher Lee!
Scavenger Hunt (1979) - Crazy characters compete in a scavenger hunt to win a fortune! But look at this cast...Tony Randall...James Coco...Scatman Crothers...Ruth Gordon...Cloris Leachman...Cleavon Little...Roddy McDowell...Dirk Benedict...Willie Aames...and Richard Benjamin!
Secret of Boyne Castle, The (1969) - Very rare made-for-TV Disney flick, in three parts. Two buddies from an upper-class school get involved with spies and intrigue. This is the full length version, an edited version was released in theaters as “Guns in the Heather.” Kurt Russell is on hand.
Secret of Nikola Tesla, The (1980) - Decent pic about the amazing inventor and the ones against his great ideas. Rare flick touches upon some unsettling things, Tesla was indeed an interesting character.
Secret Partner, The (1961) - Stewart Granger lbx
Seduction of Joe Tynan (1979) - Alan Alda and Meryl Streep star in this riveting tale of a Senator put to the test.
Sentimental Journey (1984) - Jaclyn Smith stars in this TV-movie rarity.
Serpico (1973) - Al Pacino stars in this true story of a NYC cop that battles corruption on the force. LBX
Sex Symbol, The (1974) - Connie Stevens, Shelley Winters star in this rare romp!
Seytan: The Turkish Exorcist - 1974 (Also see "Turkish Exorcist") English subtitles, a scene-for-scene rip-off. The mom is very pretty
Shakma (1990) - Killer baboon epic with Roddy McDowell!
Shamus (1973) - Burt Reynolds stars as a Brooklyn private eye hired to track stolen diamonds, but finds he's in a much deeper puzzle. This is ultra-cool Burt at his 70's studly best, beating up the bad guys, sleeping with beautiful women, and laying out the one-liners. Filmed on location too. Dyan Cannon is also here and looking fine. Also stars the very finicky Morris the Cat!
Shattered Silence (1972) - Also known as When Michael Calls, Michael Douglas stars in this creepy TV-movie about a woman who seems to be getting phone calls from a nephew who has been dead for 15 years. A good one!
She (1965) - Ursula Andress rarity, Hammer flick, lbx
Short Walk To Daylight (1972) - James Brolin and others are stuck in the NYC subway after an earthquake!
Sing (1989) - After a punk is made to participate in the school show, the school shuts down but the students gather to put on the show anyway, against all odds. Rare an relatively unknown “Fame” type of movie, good songs.
Six Million Dollar Man, The (1973) - The original TV-movie pilot (of three) starring Lee Majors. Some characters are played by different actors in this first movie. See also "Return of the Six Million Dollar Man" and "Bionic Showdown/Bionic Ever After" for the post-series movies.
Six Million Dollar Man: Wine, Women and War (1973) - The second of the original pre-series TV-movies.
The Six Million Dollar Man: Solid Gold Kidnapping (1973) - The third and final of the pre-series TV-movies.
Six-Pack (1982) - Kenny Rogers stars as a race car driver who inadvertently becomes a reluctant stepdad to six orphan thieves! The always beautiful Erin Grey co-stars. LBX
Skatetown, USA (1979) - Late 70's disco fever hits Patrick Swayze, Maureen McCormick, Ron Palillo, Flip Wilson, Scott Baio and even the Unknown Comic!
Skyjacked (1972) - A Vietnam vet hijacks a jet airliner and threatens to destroy it unless he's taken to Russia. A huge list of 70's faces include Charlton Heston, James Brolin, Susan Dey, Yvette Mimieux, Claude Akins, Rosie Grier, Nicholas Hammond (Spider-Man!) and many more. LBX
Slime People, The (1963) - Los Angeles is attacked by mysterious underground people in this classic sci-fi thriller.
Slugs (1987) - Slugs are attacking a town! LBX
Smash-Up On Interstate 5 (1976) - Tons of familiar 70's faces star in this TV-Movie about the lives of various people before they get involved in this huge highway crash.
Smokey Bites The Dust (1981) - Jimmy McNichol stars in this "goofy" comedy about him and his girlfriend running from her sheriff dad, but there is a LOT of car chase action, with some truly amazing stunts. If this was done serious, this would be a car-chase classic. There is one stunt with a '57 Chevy that has to be seen to be believed. All real - no computer effects. The way stunts are supposed to be done.
Smokey Mountain Christmas, A (1986) - Dolly Parton in her Christmas TV-movie.
Sole Survivor (1970) - More William Shatner, as a mysterious bomber plane is discovered! A great one from the early 70's.
Some Call It Loving (1973) - a.k.a. Sleeping Beauty - Zalman King ("Like Normal People") stars in this tale about a lonely man who buys a woman from a carnival who has been asleep for eight years. Also with Richard Pryor!
Something Evil (1972) - Tv-movie rarity directed by Steven Spielberg, evil house!
Someone I Touched (1975) ï¿½ TV-movie starring Cloris Leachman with a husband who fools around, with added drama!
Sometimes A Great Notion (1970) - Paul Newman and Henry Fonda rarity
Song of the South (1946) - The rare Disney film with Uncle Remus, a nicely-made film with great musical numbers.
Sonny Boy (1989) - Very rare David Carradine vehicle about a baby dropped on a gangster's doorstep!
Sorceress (1982) - Fantasy, magic and lots of pretty girls in this Jack Hill-directed epic.
Soul of Nigger Charley, The (1973) - Sequel to "The Legend of...", very rare. Print is lbx (!) with washed-out colors, and the cameraman even focuses the camera sometimes as it is rolling! The film also has a "dubbed" look and feel but it is still very watchable. Charley in the old west has some wicked 70's sideburns!
Space Mutiny (1988) - Rare flick! John Philip Law and Reb Brown ("Captain America") star in this space opera with much Galactica footage!
Spawn of the Slithis (1978) - Rare monster flick!
Spectre (1977) - Robert Culp
Spell, The (1970) - Classic TV-movie starring Lee Grant. An overweight and unpopular girl is taunted at school to no end, and then she talks to the principle. NO! Just kidding -- instead, she uses her supernatural powers to get her revenge! Now that's a 70's TV-movie!
Spirit, The (1987) - Sam J. Jones ("Flash Gordon") stars in this rare (and pretty short) TV-movie based on the classic character.
Splash, Too (1988) - Very rare "Splash" sequel!
Spy With My Face, The (1966) - Classic rare spy drama with Robert Vaughn.
Stepford Children, The (1987) - Barbara Eden stars in this very rare "Stepford" sequel TV-movie.
Stingray (1978) - Good guys vs. bad guys and a gorgeous 1963 Corvette Stingray, great car action and more in this forgotten rarity.
Stranger and the Gunfighter, The (1974) - Another classic Lee Van Cleef western, as we see a very odd team-up with a tough-guy gunfighter and a Chinese martial arts expect, in search of a fortune. Also seen as "Blood Money," this one is a good one. LBX
Stranger In Our House (1978) - aka Summer of Fear, Linda Blair thriller rarity!
Stranger on the Run (1967) - Henry Fonda stars in this wild tale of a drifter wrongly accuse of murder, and a crazy sheriff who send him out in the desert so he can hunt him down "Most Dangerous Game" style!
Stop Calling Me Baby (1977) - Very rare Jodie Foster vehicle, she even sings some of the tunes in the flick! Also know as Casotto, this is an extremely-rare foreign film, dubbed in English with foreign subs. Jodie gives an amazing performance in this true underrated and completely forgotten classic. Not to be missed.
Student Body, The (1976) - Three gorgeous troublemakers get a break from prison if they volunteer to be guinea pigs for a new experiment that is supposed to rehabilitate criminals. But there's more than meets the eye!
Such Good Friends (1971) - Rare soap classic, with Dyan Cannon and Ken Howard! Otto Preminger made this one. A beautiful woman discovers her sick husband has had affairs, and now she decides to catch up. Classic early 70's classic.
Sugar Hill (1974) - Sugar gets the undead to avenge her boyfriend's death by local gangsters! It's rare zombie blaxploitation!
Sunnyside (1979) - John Travolta's brother Joey stars in this anti-gang violence film! Joey used to be a gangbanger but now wants to show everyone the right way. You can definitely see brother John in him. Definitely a lot of fun to watch, this is a true lost 70's gem.
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Sunshine Boys, The (1975) - George Burns and Walter Matthau are old vaudeville guys persuaded to reunite, but they have to get over that they can't stand each other! Two old pros have a field day, along with other familiar faces, like the always great Richard Benjamin. LBX
Super Cops, The (1974) - Rare sought-after classic of two cops that clean up the streets of 70's NYC despite all opposition, even from their own fellow cops. True story, these guys were known as "Batman and Robin." We need more like these guys!
Superman The Movie: ABC-TV Version (1978) - This version has 50 additional minutes of footage, while the official DVD release only has nine! The credits are cut off at the end, but it's all here. On Two DVDs.
Superman III: ABC-TV version (1983) - Includes missing footage plus a different titles sequence that was not in the theatrical version of any home release version. On Two DVDs.
Superman a.k.a. Hindu Superman a.k.a. Indian Superman (1987) - In Indian language. Footage is lifted from Superman The Movie and put side by side with atrocious new FX. Total fun that you can't take your eyes off of! At one point, there are lots of Hindu commercials but it gets back to the flick. The guy who plays Superman doens't even look that bad as Superman.
Supersonic Man (1979) - Rare and fun Spanish superhero flick, dubbed in English!
Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story (1987) - This is the infamous 45 minute movie based on the life of Karen Carpenter, done with Barbie dolls! Never released, the filmmaker neglected to get permission to use the actual Carpenters songs, and Richard Carpenter successfully blocked the film's release. No telling what Mattel would have done anyway! Quality is 'good,' not the best but very watchable.
Supervan (1977) - Made during the peak of the "custom van" craze of the 70's, "Supervan" is Vandora, the wildest van in the world and created by the King of the Customizers, George Barris. Supervan shoots lasers, runs on solar power, and chases the bad guys. Great scenes of 70's van culture. Barris himself even makes an appearance. Decent print of the very rare film.
Super Xuna vs. Satan (1988) - Subtitled in English! Super Xuna is a beautiful superhero who takes on Satan and even sings and dances. She always wears sexy clothes amongst the sexual symbolism and strange visuals! A lot of fun, amazing this was even made.
Surf Party (1964) - Bobby Vinton stars in this beach party rarity.
Survive! (1976) - Based on a true story, this one caused some excitement in the 70's. A great marketing campaign generated a lot of interest in this flick, which tells the story of a plane crash on a snowy mountain, and how the people "survive" by eating their dead counterparts! Interesting special effects definitely, especially during the plane crash. This one has English subtitles.
Sweet Hostage (1975) - Beautiful print with Linda Blair and Martin Sheen, this is a classic TV-movie of the highest order, Sheen is a crazy man who kidnaps innocent Linda, and they fall in love while on the lam from the law. Sheen gives a usual dynamite performance and it a pleasure to watch do his thing.
Sweet Sweet Rachel (1971) - Rare TV-movie, creepy tale of murder by ESP and the man trying to solve the crime.
Sweet Talkin' Guys (1991) - Great documentary about the AM radio DJs who helped usher in the rock era, such as Cousin Brucie, Alan Freed and Murray the K. Great old footage!
Sweet Revenge (1976) - Stockard Channing stars as a pretty criminal who steals cars, and wants to steal enough cars to enable her to buy her ultimate dream machine. Totally forgotten cool 70's relic of a movie.
Swimmer, The (1968) - An amazing flick that has slipped through the cracks. Burt Lancaster is returning home to his affluent neighborhood where he's a studly big-shot, but instead of going straight to his home, he goes to a neighbor's and then proceeds to "swim home" through all his neighbor's swimming pools. With every additional pool he swims through, he encounters his neighbors and is gradually learning a little more about himself and the present...or is he? This great flick has a cult following and leaves the viewer pondering various theories about what exactly is going on, right up to the incredible ending. An absolute winner not to be missed. LBX
Take A Hard Ride (1975) - Jim Brown stars as a black cowboy in this great actioner. LBX
Take Two (1988) - Grant Goodeve stars as a son told by his mom on her deathbed that she was a surrogate for a millionaire, and he wnats his piece of an inheritance that his newly discovered twin brother won't share! And he falls in love with his brother's wife! Grant Goodeve ("Eight Is Enough" and Robin Mattson ("General Hospital") star in this fun tale.
Taking Off (1971) - A young teen girl runs away from home, and her parents, in their search for her, meet other parents of runaways, who all then proceed to enjoy life in freedom from their children! Interesting and funny look at Americana in the early 70's,this rarity stars the great Buck Henry.
Tarz and Jane, Cheeta and Boy (1975) - You really have to say, my God...how did some of these movies ever get financed and made? Unbelievably bad (but great), this wild jungle take tells of the ribald adventures of the aforementioned foursome. In between all the sexual romps, watch Tarz fight the fakest croc ever seen, try to solve his manhood problems, and defend Jane from horny apes! Comes with a lot of cool exploitation trailers and a few daring shorts.
Tarzun and the Valley of Lust (1970) - That title says it all! More Tarz sexual escapades between him and the gang. Also comes with another offensive Tarzan parody, the extremely rare Karzin in Cuba!
Teacher, The (1974) - A very sexy teacher seduces a student (Jay North who played "Dennis the Menace!") and they also must content with an infatuated sicko (Anthony James, the sleazy killer from "In the Heat of the Night") who stalks them. This is a good one that moves along nicely right through to the wild climax. LBX
Tenth Level, The (1975) - William Shatner in this rare TV-movie where he tries to determine why people do bad things. Very scarce but anyone who has seen it never forgets it. Quality on this one is a tad below-par but still watchable.
Terrible Joe Moran (1984) - James Cagney's last film! With Art Carney too. (More Cagney at the bottom of the page) James is a grumpy old bozer with a bad relationship with his daughter. Old Cagney film footage is used for the boxing scenes.
Terror On The Beach (1973) - A true classic TV-movie! Susan Day and her family just want a peaceful day at the beach, but instead find themselves terrorized by a group of punks on an old firetruck! Perhaps mostly known for the legendary scene where Susan wears a skimpy bikini, but this whole flick is non-stop 70's TV-movie thriller fun.
That Certain Summer (1972) - One of the great old TV-movies! A young teenager (Scott Jacoby, who won an Emmy for his performance) with divorced parents, has to deal with his dad (Hal Holbrook) being gay (or bi it would seem). Martin Sheen is dad’s boyfriend and he tries to win the boy’s acceptance. Classic movie with top-notch performances. Jacoby and Sheen of course would reunite a few years later in “The Little Girl Who Lives Down The Lane.”
The End (1978) - Burt Reynolds doesn't have much longer to live, and his friends try to assist in his suicide in this dark comedy. Burt pals Sally Field and Dom DeLuise are here as well as a truckload of familiar70's faces! LBX
There's A Girl In My Soup (1970) - Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn star in this wild tale of an egocentric cooking TV show host who meets a young sexy American. LBX
They Only Kill Their Masters (1974) - Katherine Ross stars in this rare thriller. lbx
Thief of Hearts (1984) - A very underrated suspense flick with an awesome plot. Steven Bauer and David Caruso are partners in crime, one (David) sets up the steal (at rich people's homes) and the other (Steven) grabs the loot. At one house, Bauer steals a beautiful married woman's portrait, along with her diary. He reads the diary, and discovers the woman is very unhappy in her marriage, and she described her dream man. The Thief of Hearts, infatuated with this woman, then sets out to become that dream man and enter her life. This one has fallen through the cracks but never disappoints. LBX
Thing With Two Heads, The (1972) - My goodness, just when you thought you've seen everything! Football star Rosie Grier gets racist Ray Milland's head attached to his body, and all sorts of havoc ensues! This is not the similar movie, "The Incredible Two-Headed Transplant," this one is much better (or, "better"). They even ride a motocross bike together as a police car chases them on the track (in a pretty decently-filmed sequence). This one is just crazy, and of course, that makes it a must! LBX
Think Big (1989) - Oh wow is this one bad! Two muscle-bound trucker brothers take on a load of toxic material, meet up with a teen genius and craziness happens! The music, the hair, the fashions, this is one bad 80's movie, which of course makes it good. It is sad to see the likes of Richard Keil and David Carradine in here though!
Three on A Date (1978) - Loni Anderson and John Byner star in this sexy goofball romp from the late 70s.
Three the Hard Way (1974) - Blaxploitation and martial-arts at their wildest, stars Jim Kelly and Jim Brown, out to take out a white supremist who wnats to wipe out the black race.
Throw Out the Anchor! (1974) - Richard Egan comedy
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974) - Great one starring robber Clint Eastwood who meets up with Jeff Bridges, and together they do one last big heist. LBX
Tick...tick...tick...(1970) A black man is elected sheriff and not many are happy! The great Jim Brown stars as the sheriff, and George Kennedy as the man he succeeds.
Timerider: The Adventure of Lyle Swann (1982) - One of the most wanted of the rare 80's movies. Swan (Fred Ward) is a motocross rider who unintentionally rides himself right into the late 1800's! Very interesting how it all fits together in the end. This version has the original "bloody boots" that have been altered or cut from various versions. Michael Nesmith does the music.
Time Travelers (1976) - Sam Groome and Tom Hallick star in this tale of men going back in time to get the cure for a modern disease, only to be confronted with the Great Chicago Fire. Classic TV-movie, both Irwin Allen and Rod Serling collaborated on the story.
Titanic (1997) - On two DVDs. This is it - the biggest movie of all time, starring Leo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet as the doomed couple, Jack and Rose. LBX
Titanic (extras disc) - This DVD has Titanic deleted scenes, various features, easter eggs and more.
Toomorrow (1970) - Rare one starring Olivia Newton-John, odd sci-fi with Asian subs on the right that do not detract from viewing. Many trippy scenes, cool music and aliens.
Top of the Heap (1972) - Classic rare blaxploitation! A man hates his job, family, life...and does something about it!
Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976) - Classic flick about a killer stalking around a small town. Very much sought-after.
Truck Stop Women (1974) - Decent 70's sleaze, as two gear-jammin' women (one played by the legendary Claudia Jennings) fight gangsters looking to control the big rigs. Full of bad B-movie cliches which means it's great! And of course Claudia is always so nice to look at.
Truck Turner (1974) - This is an awesome one! Truck Turner (Isaac Hayes) is a bounty hunter (with partner Alan Weeks) who kills a mean pimp, and the pimp's woman (Star Trek's Nichelle Nichols!) takes out a hit on Truck. The only man who is brave enough to go after Truck (after cutting a sweet deal) is Yaphet Kotto, another mean no-bull pimp! Meanwhile, Truck has to keep his woman happy and not just survive but take out his attackers. Even Dick Miller is part of this incredible cast of familiars! Nichelle has a mouth that would make a sailor blush, and the action never stops. One highlight is seeing a beautiful classic Dodge Charger battle an incredible pink pimpmobile! Hayes' wooden acting only seems to make the film more fun, and Kotto shines as always. This one is a good bet! LBX
Tucker (1988) - Jeff Bridges stars in this Coppola flick as a man who must battle the auto industry to create the perfect car. LBX
Tuff Turf (1985) - James Spader is the new kid at school and not only does he battle the bullies, but he goes for the head bully's girlfriend! Robert Downey plays the drummer of a new wave band and befriends the new guy. 80's cheesiness everywhere from the music to the clothes and more, this must be seen to be believed! LBX
Turkish Delight (1973) - Subtitled in English, a.k.a. Turks Fruit. Rare flick about a Dutch sculptor (Rutger Hauer) who has a torrid affair with a beautiful young girl.
Trapped (1973) - Another TV-movie classic, as James Brolin (many years before Streisand) gets locked in a department store, and how is terrorized by the guard dogs! Dobermans, no less (remember the Doberman's scare of the 70's?). This one is definitely a winner.
Trauma (1978) - Fabio Testi murder mystery
Travels With My Aunt (1972) - Forgotten classic with Lou Gossett Jr. and Cindy Williams, lbx
Tribes (1970) - Very rare TV-movie starring Jan-Michael Vincent! Jan is a hippie-type who gets drafted and who the troop leaders get frustrated with at boot camp. Darren McGavin also stars in this one, which is definitely not the typical "trouble in boot camp" flick..
Trick or Treat (1986) - Marc Price ("Skippy" on Family Ties) is a high school metalhead who is always harassed by the preppies. He then enlists his favorite rock star, the recently-dead Sammi Kurr, to help him get revenge! Then things really start to get crazy! 80's rockers Fastway provide the great soundtrack. Gene Simmons and Ozzy Osbourne have fun small roles as well.
Trip With The Teacher (1975) - This one is a great piece of 70's sleaze that seems to have fallen through the cracks. A small group of sexy high school girls and their pretty teacher (they all look like they just walked off a 70's porno) go on a road trip, and encounter two biker brothers, who take the girls prisoner and subject them to rape, violence and more. There's also a third biker who seems to be a nice guy, who befriends the brothers before they reveal their intentions. The star of the show is the incredible Zalman King ("Like Normal People") who plays the sadistic ringleader of the group, subjecting the girls to all sorts of horror. This is an amazing grindhouse flick, absolutely not to be missed if you like classic exploitation, this one is major! LBX
Twilight of Honor (1963) - Great courtroom drama with Richard Chamberlain and Nick Adams, lbx
Twisted Detective (1977) - Alain Delon ("Zorro"), Klaus Kinski and Ornella Muti ("Flash Gordon") star in this George Lautner lost classic.
Turkish E.T. (Badi) (1983) - In Turkish language, this is a fun E.T. rip-off, here E.T. looks like a garbage bag! The flying bicycle scene is absolutely a must to see.
Turkish Exorcist (Seytan) (1974) - English subtitles! A scene-for-scene rip-off of the original classic.
Turkish Star Trek (1974) - In Turkish language, a man falls in the middle of a classic Star Trek episode! The Spock looks especially good! Steals original Star Trek footage!
Turkish Star Wars (1984) - English subtitles! Original footage from Star Wars surrounds a very wild flick, kind of like "Inframan" with tons of manic action!
Turkish Wizard of Oz (1974) - In Turkish language! Horrible FX in this remake, but the Dorothy is very pretty!
Twister's Revenge! (1987) - Monster truck and tank!
Two People (1973) - Peter Fonda and Lindsey Wagner star as two people at a crossroads. She's a model, and he's a deserted turning himself in. They meet and it gets very interesting from there...good rarity starring Fonda is much sought-after.
Unholy Rollers (1972) - The gorgeous Claudia Jennings stars in this rare flick about a wild female roller derby team!
Uptown Saturday Night (1974) - Classic Bill Cosby and Sidney Poitier comedy! The duo go to an illegal gambling joint, and the whole place gets robbed and everyone hands over their wallet. Only problem is, in one of their wallets was a winning lottery ticket and now they aim to get it back! This amazing cast includes Harry Belafonte, Rosalind Cash, Richard Pryor, and the great Calvin Lockhart! LBX
Utterly Without Redeeming Social Value (1969) - aka Baring It All, this romp was written by and stars the late great Paul Bartel!
Vacation In Hell, A (1979) - Another lost gem of a TV-movie, this one stars Maureen McCormick ("Marcia Brady") and Priscilla Barnes ("Three's Company") as they and their group find trouble on the way back home. Includes the "showering" sequence near the end that is missing in some prints.
Valley of the Gwangi (1969) - You know this one - cowboys vs. dinosaurs! LBX
Vampire Circus (1972) - lbx!
Van, The (1977) - Made at the height of the "custom van" craze of the 70's - another classic "70's California teens" flick - Bobby has a problem meeting girls, so he buys an awesome custom van to help solve his problem. Soon he's falling for a local pretty girl while battling Dugan and his own custom van, who always looks to force guys to drag race him. Van culture on exhibition full-tilt (including a great walk through a van show). Many pretty girls and great vans, and mainstay Bill Adler is here too. And did we mention Danny DeVito plays Bobby's bookie boss at the car wash! Very fun flick.
Vanished (1971) - Tom Bosley and Larry Hagman star in this TV-movie thriller rarity. On Two DVDs.
Vanishing Point (1997) - Viggo Mortensen stars in this remake of the 1971 car chase classic. Some changes, interesting flick. One thing not changed is the awesome Dodge Challenger.
Velvet Smooth (1976) - Johnnie Hill classic blaxploitation
Vice Squad (1982) - This is a great one! A independent hooker "with a heart of gold" named Princess works with a vice cop (who has a thing for her) to nail a very violent pimp named Ramrod, who has a habit of killing his hookers. Ramrod, knowing he was setup by Princess, then goes out on the search for her, always a step ahead of the cops. Very exciting and suspenseful exploitation, they don't make them like this anymore. LBX
Visiting Hours (1982) - A rapist who thought he killed a victim wants to finish the job. William Shatner! LBX
W.C. Fields and Me (1976) - Rod Steiger and Valerie Perrine star in this rare biopic. Steiger puts in a usual great performance.
W.W. and the Dixie Dancekings (1975) - Rare Burt Reynolds gem about a con artist in the 50's who ends up managing a country band while on the lam from the law. Also stars Jerry Reed, Ned Beatty and Art Carney, and is a total blast from start to finish - great music and Burt's typical leading man charm.
Wanderers, The (1979) - Ken Wahl and Karen Allen star in this gang flick that takes place in the early 60's, lots of tough guys, defending turf, racial tension and great music. A winner. LBX
Wanted: The Sundance Woman (1976) - Katherine Ross reprises her role as Etta Place in this very rare TV-movie sequel to "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid."
War in Space (1977) - Japanese space opera - Venus attacks the Earth and we must defend, lots of cool space action and spaceships flying on wires, and even a Chewbacca-clone! This one you can watch in English, Japanese or with English subtitles. LBX
War of the Worlds (1953) - This is it, the original classic tale of the invaders, very wild FX for the time, and shock ending! Great drama, suspense and scenes of destruction.
Warriors, The (1979) - The "director's cut" presently available upset a lot of fans with the changes (like adding a new intro, and "Creepshow"-style comic insertions). This, however, is the original untouched theatrical version of this classic film, of a gang wrongly accused of killing a major gang leader, so they have to make it home to Coney Island from the Bronx. A true piece of NYC, with great comic and fantasy elements. A classic. LBX
Watch the Skies! (2005) - Mark Hamill narrates this documentary on old sci-fi movies. People like George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and James Cameron give their take and discuss how the films influenced them. Cool interviews and clips.
Welcome Home, Soldier Boys (1972) - Joe Don Baker and his fellow Vietnam vets get no respect when they return home. A true rarity.
Welfare (1975) - Classic documentary on the NYC welfare system. Real and gritty. Mainly a "fly on the wall" type film where you simply see a New York City welfare office in action, but you cannot take your eyes off it. Very rare and much sought-after.
Werewolf of Woodstock (1975) - A werewolf prowls the big Woodstock concert, extreme rarity!
Werewolves On Wheels (1971) - Decent biker-sleaze - hooligan bikers cause trouble for Satanic worshipers who then us their powers to turn bikers into werewolves! Fun combination of genres in this classic. LBX
What Do You Say to a Naked Lady? (1988) - This is not the 'Candid Camera' movie, this is a nudie show hosted by Tim Allen! Porno star Hyapatia Lee also stars, and the nudity is everywhere, definitely "R" for adults.
When a Stranger Calls (1979) - A very pretty Carol Kane plays a babysitter terrorized by a madman, who returns to torment her again years later. This one was heavy stuff in 1979, causing many sleepless nights! The always awesome Charles Durning plays the detective on the case. LBX
When a Stranger Calls Back (1993) - TV-movie sequel reunites Carol Kane and Charles Durning as they search for who may or may not be the original stalker. Decent thrills in this rarity many don't even know exists!
When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder? (1979) - A complete tour-de-force for Marjoe Gortner, who financed the movie - this one came and went in '79 but found a cult audience on cable - Marjoe plays a crazed vet who terrorizes people at a small-town diner in the middle of nowhere. Marjoe gives the performance of his life as he sadistically abuses and tortures the people but physically and mentally. Many familiar faces include Candy Clark, Hal Linden ("Barney Miller") and Lee Grant. This one is tough to find in great quality but this one is OK, the best one we've stumbled across in all these years, very watchable.
Where Have All The People Gone (1974) - Another lost TV-movie gem, where solar flares wipe out everyone on Earth except for a lucky few. Cast includes Peter Graves and a young and pretty Kathleen Quinlan ("Lifeguard").
White Lightning (1973) - Burt Reynolds stars as a man convicted of running moonshine, who gets out of prison as an informer against other moonshiners. His real motive, however, is to catch a crooked sheriff (played to sleazy perfection by Ned Beatty) who killed his college student activist brother. Lots of car chases, fights, good 'ol boys, pretty girls, this one is a definite winner and one of Burt's best.
White Line Fever (1975) - Jan Michael-Vincent in this classic about truckers who aren't going to be pushed around by the system any longer! The gorgeous Kay Lenz stars as his wife, and of course The Blue Mule as his truck. Made during the peak of the "trucking" craze of the 70's, this movie made many a young boy want to be a trucker when it found a huge cult audience on cable TV in the late 70's.
Wild in the Streets (1968) - Insane comedy as a rock star runs for President, pushing an agenda for youth control! Among the many familiar faces as young Richard Pryor and Shelley Winters! LBX
Without Warning (1994) - Three meteors smash into the Earth and more are coming, and it looks to be a possible attack. This flick is done as a TV news broadcast, and even features some real news anchors (which led to some people flipping channels that what they were watching was real).
Who Is Harry Kellerman And Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me? (1971) - Rare Dustin Hoffman vehicle finds the great actor as a hit songwriter who has a problem with loving anyone, or anything. Early Dom Deluise is here as well as Jack Warden and other character greats. As a bonus, you get to see Dustin at his "Mike Brady" best. :)
Who Killed Mary What'sername? (1971) - Extremely rare film, the story of a man who investigates the murder of a hooker himself when no one else seems to want to bother. Red Buttons, Sylvia Miles and Conrad Bain star in this sought-after flick.
Wicked Lady, The (1983) - Faye Dunaway and Alan Bates star in this rare cult classic!
Wicked, Wicked (1973) - David Bailey
Wild Ride, The (1960) - What a movie! A young Jack Nicholson of all people, plays Johnny, a tough hot-rodder who is the "big man" of his gang of trouble-making hooligans. He takes no guff from the cops, laughs at the law and is a wiseguy at authority. However, he has a soft spot for his best friend, Dave, who is fading from the gang to spend more time with the "lame chick" he has met, but whom Johnny fiercely disapproves of. Virtually every single line of this movie has some kind of "hip slang" from the times, and is absolutely hilarious. This one is an absolute must!
Wild, Wild West Revisited, The (1979) - First sequel to "Wild Wild West" stars Robert Conrad and Ross Martin. Very rare! Followed by a second sequel, 1980's "More Wild Wild West" also available here.
Williard (1971) - Creepy tale of a young man who controls an army of rat friends! Ernest Borgnine is simply masterful as the villain, Willard's sadistic boss.
Willy/Milly (1986) - Milly is a girl who wants to be a boy, so she becomes one through magic! Now she must choose whether to stay a boy or return to familiar girl life. '86 sure was a classic year for these flicks!
Without Warning (1980) - Jack Palance, Neville Brand and Martin Landau star in this sought-after rarity about taking on an alien invader! This one definitely has a small but loyal cult following.
Witness For The Prosecution (1982) - Beau Bridges
Women of Devil's Island (1962) - Rare woman's prison flick!
Work Is A 4-Letter Word (1968) - David Warner
WUSA (1970) - Paul Newman rarity, as a southern radio station becomes politically charged. Paul delivers one of his typical classic performances in this forgotten gem.
Yeti: The Giant of the Twentieth Century (1977) - Ultra-rare Yeti flick! A lost giant monster movie the Yeti comes out to search for his lovely jungle girl who has moved into the big city. You can guess what happens next! Sure, it borrows from King Kong but it's a total blast! This rare one is directed by Frank Kramer. Never a dull moment.
You Can Count On Me (2000) - Mathew Broderick stars in this family drama. LBX
Young Again (1986) - Wild TV-movie rarity starring a young Keanu Reeves! A 40-year old man wishes to become 17 again and does, lamenting about the love he lost in the meantime. The always beautiful Lindsey Wagner also stars.
Young Lady Chatterly (1977) - Unrated director's cut!
Young Lady Chatterly II (1995) - Adam West joins in!
Young Philadelphians, The (1959) - Paul Newman is a lawyer going through various ups and downs. Another Newman classic. LBX
Zorro, The Gay Blade (1981) - George Hamilton, right off the heels of "Love At First Bite," now takes on Zorro, the flamboyant hero saving damsels and being a good guy! This could never be made today. LBX
Zuma Beach (1978) - A rock musician down on his luck escapes to Zuma Beach and becomes entangled in some of the lives of the beach bunnies. Suzanne Somers stars in this rare but fondly remembered TV-movie.