LA-based gothic-style clothing house La Femme en Noir, headed by designers and co-founders Lynh Haaga and Micheline Pitt, is thrilled to celebrate one of the most beloved franchises in movie history with a line-up of officially licensed Alien-inspired clothing and accessories.
Waxwork Records is thrilled to present the debut release of Alice, Sweet Alice Original Motion Picture Soundtrack by Stephen Lawrence. Alice, Sweet Alice is a 1976 American Slasher-Horror film directed by Alfred Sole and starring Brooke Shields in her film debut.
“A story of unnatural love… and unnatural death.”
Mark L. Lester’s Truck Stop Women is an exploitation feature that treats sex, violence, and sensationalism with love and affection. And Steel Arena is an interesting look at small-town America, where people will risk their lives for entertainment.
“Double-clutchin’… gear-jammin’ mamas who like a lot of hi-jackin’ by day… a lot of heavy truckin’ by night!”
On 29th March, ’70s espionage thriller The Black Windmill (1974) arrives on Blu-ray from 101 Films for the first time in the UK. Directed by legendary filmmaker Don Siegel, the film stars Michael Caine as a British secret agent targeted for death by friend and foe alike. Underrated and under-seen, this riveting suspense thriller features a superb cast and an outstanding score from Roy Budd.
“Seven days to a killing… the ultimate exercise in controlled terror.”
Waxwork Records is proud to present Godzilla: The Showa Era Soundtracks, 1954-1975. Collected for the very first time are all fifteen Godzilla film soundtracks from Japan’s Showa era in a prestigious box set showcasing the groundbreaking music from the iconic giant monster films.
“Godzilla attacks New York! Rodan devastates Moscow! Manda obliterates London! and Mothra smashes Peking! Is this the war-cry that will save the world…”
Rising from the waves off the Tokyo coast is pop culture’s preeminent prehistoric powerhouse himself, the gargantuan Godzilla. In tribute to seven decades of reptilian wrath, artists Hector Arce, Mikey Bonanno and Tufan Sezer have tiki-fied cinema’s most iconic lizard for the first time ever.
“Damn Godzilla… You’re mistaken if you think your powers are a match for Mechagodzilla.”
Mezco Toyz presents The Warriors 5 Points boxed set, featuring Swan, the Warriors’ Warlord; Ajax, a heavy muscle member of the Warriors; Cleon, the leader and founder of the Warriors; the Baseball Fury Leader, wearing green and black face paint; and the Baseball Fury Lieutenant, wearing red and black face paint.
“Tonight they’re all out to get the Warriors.”
CultFilms is proud to present the 4K restoration of Liliana Cavani’s provocative classic The Night Porter (1974), with brand new extras that explore the film’s controversial history and make it ripe for re-assessment. The Night Porter has been controversial since its initial release in 1974. Now, Liliana Cavani’s story of obsessive passion and tragic destiny is presented in this definitive 4K restoration, overseen by Cavani herself and finally doing justice to her challenging and extraordinary vision.
“The most controversial picture of our time!”
The time Jackie Chan is on a mission of revenge. As a young boy, he witnesses the slaying of his father at the hands of a deadly masked kung fu assassin. Once Jackie is old enough, he trains as a mute at a Shaolin temple to learn the techniques that will enable him to one day avenge the death of his father. What he doesn’t realize though is that he is actually training in the lair of the man he seeks to kill! Jackie has to gradate and defeat a gauntlet of mysterious robotic wooden men who throw every kung fu style at him…
“Let me teach you what it takes to fight in the Wooden Men Lane.”
The Last House on the Left rests on 13 acres of earth over the very center of hell… Police believe Local Boogeyman may still be in the Los Angeles area, so to avoid fainting, keep repeating: “It’s only a t-shirt, only a t-shirt, only a t-shirt…”
“Mari, 17, is dying. Even for her the worst is yet to come.”
Director John Boorman’s cerebral and eerily dystopian sci-fi tale Zardoz was released in 1974, not long after Boorman’s iconic Deliverance, and saw the director team up with Sean Connery, three years after his final official appearance as James Bond and light years away from anything either had done before.
In a post-apocalyptic 2293, Zardoz, a colossal stone head, floats over desolate plains, pausing to receive grain from masked horsemen, vomiting weapons as payment from its grimacing mouth.
“Beyond 1984, Beyond 2001, Beyond Love, Beyond Death.”
Friends, Britons and fellow James Bond fans, lend me your eyes – I come to praise Sean Connery, not to bury him. One of the last few movie stars left over from the dying days of the studio system, and arguably the most famous British actor of his, or any, generation, Connery embodied the old Hollywood male lead aesthetic better than most of his contemporaries.