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  • Actors: Todd Fortune
  • Format: Box set, Black & White, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Bci / Eclipse
  • DVD Release Date: August 23, 2005
  • Run Time: 1042 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009WPLH6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #316,529 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Little Corey GoreyIf something could go wrong it went wrong for Corey. When he and his step-brother Biff get into a heated argument over a girl they both like the end result is deadly. Horrified and confused Corey winds up in a tangled web of lies deception and murder.Birds of PreyWhile covering a story about a farmer attacked by his chickens and young television journalist Vanessa (Michelle Johnson) along with her cameraman (Christopher Atkins) discover that small European villages are being attacked by local pigeons doves and other birds.SlashdanceLovely young dancers are vanishing when they answer casting calls at an old vaudeville theatre in Hollywood. Tori Raines a feisty and beautiful detective goes undercover and lands a pat in the chorus line where she tracks down the killer in a chilling chase.Kiss Daddy GoodnightBaby-Faced Laura (Uma Thurman) is a teenage femme fatale roaming the nocturnal streets of New York in search of men whom she reels in to drug and rob. But this man killer turns into a woman in danger when a creepy and mysterious older man decides she is a dead ringer for his missing daughter.Devil s NightmareA group of tourists each representing one of the seven deadly sins spend a terror filled evening in a castle previously owned by a man who made a pact with Satan. Throw in Euro beauty Erika Blanc as a homicidal succubus and you have a truly captivating piece of vintage gothic Belgian-alien horror.PiecesForty years after a sweet-faced lad aces his mother to death when she catches him doing a nudie puzzle college girls start meeting their demise at the hands of a chainsaw killer. It seems that he s assembling another puzzle of nude women only this time the pieces aren t cardboard in this cult classic written by Joe D Amato.Kill Baby KillA doctor investigating a young woman s apparent suicide in a Balkan village discovers the locals believe the ghost of a baron s daughter is responsible. The victims in the small Transylvanian village are

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Should probably say first off I'm really into low budget horror from the 70's and 80's, and there are some great rare ones on this set. Pieces is one of my all time favorites, a great college campus slasher from 1982. Birds of Prey I had never seen before, but has a big reputation as one of the "worst movies ever made" or something, but I call that hogwash this thing was great, by all rights it should have been called "Attack of the Pigeons" and anyone in P.E.T.A. should go nowhere near this flick, it's basically people of camera throwing pigeons at the actors, but it looks to have had a pretty big budget for a film like this, the gore was pretty good, and I found it hugely entertaining. Satan's School For Girls stars Kate Jackson and Cheryl Ladd, it's a made for tv movie from 1973 about cult killings in a girls boarding school, I like this one too. Little Corey Gorey I watched for the first time last night and loved it, it's a no budget Canadian film from 93, but it looks more like 83, this abused high school kid ties his overweight mother to a couch and goes on an unintentional killing spree to try to win over the girl of his dreams, fantastic flick. Slashdance was not as good, super cheesy, super low budget shot on camcorder movie about a bad ass female cop, didn't like it, but it had a few funny moments. Kill, Baby, Kill is pretty good gothic horror 1968. House on Haunted Hill, classic 1958 Vincent Price. I haven't watched the rest yet, not sure when I'll get to them, but this set is a steal as far as I'm concerned, and each film claims 1 side of a disk, not several jammed on each disk, making the quality more then adequate, while not remastered, or reference copy's I'm very pleased with this value set.
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4 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 25, 2007
A featured performer on two titles here is Enrica Bianchi Colombatto (better known as 'Erika Blanc'). Her Italian-made horror films from the 1960s and '70s are still highly regarded by fans. Another highlight brings together Cheryl Ladd and Kate Jackson several years before their CHARLIE'S ANGELS days. Vincent Price adds his inimitable talents as well.

"The Devil's Nightmare" and "Kill, Baby... Kill" are the Ericka Blanc offerings. In the first, a group of tourists spend a frightful night in a haunted castle, while the second has murder victims turning up with gold coins embedded in their hearts.

A young woman investigates her sister's supposed suicide at "Satan's School For Girls." With Jackson and Ladd.

In "House on Haunted Hill," millionaire playboy Prce invites five guests to spend the night at a haunted house. The bait: a $30,000 cash prize.

BLOOD SOAKED CINEMA: A TASTE OF EVIL is the ideal companion to this box set.

Parenthetical numbers preceding titles are 1 to 10 viewer poll ratings found at a film resource website.

(3.4) Birds Of Prey (Mexico/Spain-1987) - Christopher Atkins/Michelle Johnson
(5.4) Devil's Nightmare (Belgium/Italy-1971) - Erika Blanc/Jean Servais
(4.5) Don't Look In The Basement ("The Forgotten") (1973) - Bill McGhee/Jessie Lee Fulton
(6.7) The House On Haunted Hill (1959) - Vincent Price/Carolyn Craig/Richard Long
(7.0) Kill, Baby... Kill (Italy-1966) - Giacomo Rossi-Stuart/Erika Blanc
(4.1) Kiss Daddy Goodnight (1988) - Uma Thurman/Steve Buscemi
(5.5) Kiss Me Kill Me (Italy/France-1973) - Carroll Baker/George Eastman
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