Something has been disturbed, something that’s out for blood but no-one realises just how dangerous it is: there are worse things in the sea than sharks…
When they arrive to spend the weekend in a large country villa, the guests are expecting a chance to unwind and make merry. Unfortunately, their host has neglected to mention that there are zombies in the basement. They’re feeling peckish too…
“The gates of hell have opened.”
From the era that bought us the seedier Carry On film series also came a run of other ‘delightfully of their time’ British sex comedies. This beautifully presented set from 88 Films brings together three of those typically silly and salacious soft porn romps in Zeta One, Au Pair Girls and The Sex Thief.
“A bedroom romp through the fifth dimension!”
A follow-up of sorts to director Fernando Di Leo’s earlier film, the seminal Caliber 9, Blood and Diamonds blasts its way into familiar poliziotteschi territory, leaving scars, bullets and tire tracks in its bloody wake.
“The last great Italian detective story.”
When factory worker Eddie’s wife is attacked and his young son is killed by a violent criminal street gang, he turns to the legal channels in the hope that justice will be served. However, he soon learns that the system is corrupt and to get the revenge he seeks he must join an underground vigilante group.
“When people are pushed to the brink, there’s hell to pay…”
From the golden age of Kung Fu movies, the legendary Shaw Brothers bring you an action-packed tale of revenge, mayhem and flying fists. When his martial arts school is viciously attacked by a rival gang of Japanese thugs, Lei Ming swears to bring them down with violent justice. Written, starring and directed by Jimmy Wang Yu, The Chinese Boxer (1970) is a fabulously fast-paced feature full of exquisite set-pieces and mind-blowing fight choreography.
“The art of self defense turns into an act of violence and evil…”
Blistering Italian crime classic The Violent Professionals blazes onto Blu-ray from 88 Films with every car chase and gunshot more mind-blowing than ever.
The Nun and the Devil is a headily erotic tale of seduction and persecution detailing the sinful practices which spill out of a 16th century convent.
“One man against the syndicate. Within the law or without!”
Plagued by strange – and deeply disturbing – nightmares, fashion photographer Scott Bruin thinks he’s losing his mind. But when he meets Kimberly – a beautiful woman who he thought he’d imagined but who is actually very real – he realises that something else going on. Something a lot more dangerous than he could ever have imagined… A steamy thriller directed by famed exploitation kingpin Niko Mastorakis, 88 Films are proud to present In the Cold of the Night, an erotic mystery like no other.
“She walked out of a dream… and into his nightmares.”
Campfire stories aren’t real – are they? 88 Films are proud to present the complete Urban Legend trilogy on UK Blu-ray for the first time (limited to 5000 copies), completely uncut! Even better than listening to spooky old stories, these three films are modern slasher classics.
“…the call is coming from INSIDE the house…”
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!”
Noyo’s a sleepy little place, where nothing much happens. So why are people being attacked and killed by things that come out of the water? The answer involves pollution and mutated sea life that’s developed a taste for death. As the ‘orrible humanoids lay siege to Noyo, it’s up to the great Doug McClure, to put a stop to their murderous rampages. Humanoids from the Deep is cheesy, sleazy classic, lovingly presented by your pals at 88 Films.
“From the caverns of the deep… It strikes! Between life and death, there is… Humanoids from the Deep!”
Murphy’s Law says that anything that can go wrong will go wrong – and that’s just how tough cop Jack Murphy feels. His marriage is over, he’s drinking too much and – oh boy – now he’s the target of a psycho trying to frame him for murder one. But Bronson isn’t licked that easily. Aided and abetted by street punk Arabella, he fights back: someone’s going to learn the hard way that you don’t mess with Jack Murphy…