Forgotten Films – Sinemags

A few shots from a forgotten/never seen 60s softcore/nudie/roughie. CINEROTIC MagazineVol 1 No 5, 1969The All-Girl Issue, packed with reviews and photos from the various Fanny Hill movies. Here are photos from the obscure women in prison movie Caged Desires. I gauge this type of movie by how intense the prison guards look and this one looks like she can hold down any cellblock without any problem. You never know what’s going to drop in the online shop. Continue reading Forgotten Films – Sinemags

Ed Wood Rarity! The Erotic Spy / Classic 60s Sleaze

A rare find and very collectable title by Ed Wood Jr., writing under the name Abbott Smith. THE EROTIC SPYEd Wood Jr. / Abbott SmithPendulum Pictorial – Illustrated with 80 PhotosPad Library1968 Ed Wood was noted for having written under many names such as Abbott Smith. His pseudonyms are documented on the Cornell University Library website. More sleaze currently in the shop is HERE. Condition: Near Mint Continue reading Ed Wood Rarity! The Erotic Spy / Classic 60s Sleaze

Psychotronic Magazine #1

Psychotronic NEVER gets old and the information and insight that is packed into every issue remains valuable and insightful for any fan of genre movies and unusual cinema in general. This is the premier issue of the magazine that was spawned from Michael J. Weldon’s NYC-based fanzine of the same name. Fortuntely, the magazine remains affordable and I try keep them stocked in the online shop. A truly essential part of a good zine collection and film lovers library. PSYCHOTRONIC #1, 1989. Featuring John Carradine as Uncle Sam on the cover, looking a little worse for the wear. Also includes … Continue reading Psychotronic Magazine #1

Joe Sarno’s The Love Rebellion Movie Tie-In Foto Novel

Super find! Rare sexploitation movie tie-in photo novel! THE LOVE REBELLIONOlympic Foto-Reader 1967 Illustrated on every page with photos from Joe Sarno’s underground sexploitation film! “Tune In!…Turn On!…Join the hippie set in New York’s bohemian East Village! A sizzling novel by Charles Wyant from the sensational Cannon Productions motion picture. Purchase. Condition. VG. Light foxing to title page. Continue reading Joe Sarno’s The Love Rebellion Movie Tie-In Foto Novel

The Sabbath #1; Horror Fanzine 1976

The Sabbath No.1 (1976)Stapled; 54 pagesPremier issue of a rare horror fanzine called The Sabbath, signed by the publisher/editor.A rare and passionate effort from a fan keen on Hammer Horror and the associated stars of those gothic horror films. No information provided on where it originated, but my guess is somewhere on the East Coast of the US. There is a stapled in Editorial page that is signed by the publisher Mark Richmond as well as a charming if odd inscription to his mother next to a full page drawing of Ingrid Pitt.Includes reviews of non-Hammer and current at the … Continue reading The Sabbath #1; Horror Fanzine 1976

Sex, Shocks & Sadism! An A-Z Guide to ‘Erotic Horror Films on Videocassette’

An A-Z Guide to Erotic Horror Films on Videocassette Todd Tjersland, 1995. An amazing video and review guide for the exploitation completist. Reviews for many Nazi exploitation, Hong Kong Category III and many obscurities. Rare. $65 Subscribe and follow on Instagram for first notice of curated catalog items. Catalog #1 Continue reading Sex, Shocks & Sadism! An A-Z Guide to ‘Erotic Horror Films on Videocassette’

Rare Japanese Horror Movie Book on 80s Splatter, Features HG Lewis and George Romero

World of Horror Kazuo Kajiwara Publisher Hagashoten, October, 1985 (Japanese Language). Rare 80s Japanese Splatter! Lots of Herschell Gordon Lewis in this one! Splatter Movies, George Romero, 80s Horror. Packs a whallop! Softcover wraps with monochromatic Evil Dead cover. ISBN 4 8261-0117-1 
 $150. Subscribe and follow on Instagram for first notice of curated catalog items. Catalog #1 Continue reading Rare Japanese Horror Movie Book on 80s Splatter, Features HG Lewis and George Romero

The Amazing Herschell Gordon Lewis And His World of Exploitation Films

The Amazing Herschell Gordon Lewis And His World of Exploitation Films by Daniel Krogh with John McCarty Fantaco, September,1983. Stated First Printing. Profusely and graphically illustrated including color pages. A must have for the film library and exploitation movie enthusiast. … Continue reading The Amazing Herschell Gordon Lewis And His World of Exploitation Films

George Kuchar and Lower East Side’s Lighthouse Cinema

Listed in Catalog #1 Desperate Visions – SIGNED Journal of Alternative Cinema Creation Books, 1996 Interviews and essays by Jack Stevenson. CAMP AMERICA: The Films of John Waters and George & Mike Kuchar. Signed by the late George Kuchar, “To Jim, We meet in all the best places. Best, George Kuchar” Includes Lighthouse Cinema handout with listings for The Films of George and Mike Kuchar as well as other interesting programming. $80 Subscribe and follow on Instagram for first notice of curated catalog items. Continue reading George Kuchar and Lower East Side’s Lighthouse Cinema

Spook Show and Dusk To Dawn Movie Ads

Fireball 481 Terrance Jennings Wharton/Xeromorphic, 1994. $30. A rare passion project featuring “the wild and wordy newspaper ads for “dusk till dawn” engagements from the Stan Kohlberg early 60’s drive-ins in the Chicago area. A well researched unearthing of the remarkable Kohlberg ads. Dave Friedman, who produced many films for HG Lewis including his Gore Trilogy, is quoted from his book A Youth In Babylon. Highlight includes a remarkable screaming horror ad written by Herschell Gordon Lewis and Dave Friedman. 4” x 11”; 16pp. Rare. Spiral bound, printed on bright orange paper. (top pages show fading). Designed to accomodate column … Continue reading Spook Show and Dusk To Dawn Movie Ads