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Explosive Cinema - 12 Movie Collection (2011)

John Carradine , Richard Roundtree , Various  |  R |  DVD
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Product Details

  • Actors: John Carradine, Richard Roundtree, Leslie Nielsen, Morton Downey Jr., Cameron Mitchell
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Box set, 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: 3
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Studio: Mill Creek Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: January 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 1080 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004DOTKBE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,312 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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PREPARE TO BE BLOWN AWAY!

Full of military sharpshooters, deadly ninjas and corrupt cops, these twelve exploitative films from the drive-in era of the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s deliver edge-of-your seat action sequences, fist pumping moments and frenetic stunts. It's the biggest and baddest collection of cult cinema classics.

STARRING: John Carradine, Richard Roundtree, Leslie Nielsen, Morton Downey Jr., Cameron Mitchell, Leo Fong, Chris Mulkey and many more!

PROGRAMS INCLUDE:

The Hostage 1967 / Color / 84 Mins / Not Rated

A young boy stumbles onto a bad situation when he takes a ride in the back of a moving van and ends up witnessing two criminals disposing of a body.

STARRING: Harry Dean Stanton, John Carradine, Don O'Kelly

Iron Angel 1964 / B&W / 84 Mins / Not Rated

This Korean War story centers upon a squad of soldiers assigned to destroy a mortar position defending a vital road into enemy territory.

STARRING: Jim Davis, Don "Red" Berry, Margo Woode

Killpoint 1984 / Color / 84 Mins / R

A police officer searching for those responsible for the rape and murder of his wife uncovers a horrifying truth behind the crime.

STARRING: Richard Roundtree, Leo Fong, Cameron Mitchell

Low Blow 1986 / Color / 90 Mins / R

A private investigator is hired by a rich businessman to track down his missing daughter and return her home.

STARRING: Cameron Mitchell, Leo Fong, Troy Donahue

Nine Deaths of the Ninja 1985 / Color / 94 Mins / R

A busload of American tourists is taken hostage in the Philippines by a gang of drug trafficking terrorists who demand the release of one of their comrades from prison.

STARRING: Sho Kosugi, Brent Huff

The Patriot 1986 / Color / 88 Mins / R

A bitter ex-Navy SEAL finds he is the only thing between a group of international terrorists and world destruction.

STARRING: Gregg Henry, Leslie Nielsen

Scorpion 1986 / Color / 98 Mins / R

A top counter-intelligence agent thwarts a hijacking and is assigned to protect one of the terrorists who plans to turn over evidence for a plea bargain.

STARRING: Tony Tulleners, Don Murray

The Silencer 1992 / Color / 90 Mins / R

A professional hit woman battles her vices and her enemies while tracking down the members of a child prostitution ring.

STARRING: Lynette Walden, Chris Mulkey, Morton Downey Jr.

The Skydivers 1963 / B&W / 75 Mins / Not Rated

The owner of a skydiving business finds his life and his livelihood in jeopardy all due to his affair with another woman.

STARRING: Kevin Casey, Eric Tomlin

Terror In The Jungle 1968 / Color / 84 Mins / Not Rated

A plane flying over the Amazon crashes into the untamed jungle, killing everyone on board except for a young boy who was traveling alone to visit his mother.

STARRING: Robert Burns, Jimmy Angle Jr., Joan Addis

Top Cop 1990 / Color / 84 Mins / Not Rated

A city finds it is in the grips of a ruthless drug kingpin with little hope of any respite.

STARRING: Stephen P. Sides, Len Schlientz

Van Nuys Blvd. 1979 / Color / 93 Mins / R

A small-town youth listens to all the stories about the fun and excitement of cruising Van Nuys Boulevard and decides it's time to experience it for himself.

STARRING: Bill Adler, Cynthia Wood, Dennis


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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A mixed bag of fireworks. November 30, 2010
THE HOSTAGE: A pesky lil' snot crawls into the back of a moving truck driven by two career criminals. He sees them bury a body. They discover him. Hijinx ensue. As you can see this is copied closely from John Steinbeck's OF MICE & MEN except that the big guy is also the smart guy AND a psychotic killer and the little guy is Harry Dean Stanton. It's not bad.

IRON ANGEL: This movie is about a patrol behind enemy lines in Korea, looking to knock out an enemy mortar. The action is so-so and alot of time is filled with flashbacks of the G.I.'s partying in happier times with strippers that look like they've lived VERY hard lives. If you miss this you're not missing much.

KILLPOINT: This flick is a Cameron Mitchell tour de force! He stars as Joe Marks, a biker/criminal/entrepreneur/ poodle enthusiast who brings down the wrath of a cop after wiping out the cop's family during one of Cameron's "business dealings". Cameron is fantastic in this movie. He's weird, menacing and most of all entertaining. Leo Fong and Richard Roundtree are the good guys, although they're not nearly as much fun as Cameron and his poodle, Sparky.

LOW BLOW: A spoiled little rich ninny joins a cult and her rich daddy hires Leo Fong to bring her back. What follows is an exercise in raw 80's movie badness. Little in this movie makes any sense, yet it still managed to entertain me. Highlights include: The random puppy incident, the toughman contest, the sandwich shop fight scene, all other fight scenes, after which Joe is never questioned by police despite killing 5 or 6 people each fight, the lack of contact with any of the punches and kicks and the scene where Joe punches a man in the face, exploding it.

NINE DEATHS OF THE NINJA: This is the most hilarious ninja movie I've ever seen.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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I'm starting my own "Action-Hosting" show on public access - much like "Horror-Hosting" where they show horror movies that are in public domain. Good 'ol Mill Creek always puts out these great box sets of public domain flicks. Almost all of these movies are just right. Scorpion, Top Cop, and the rest are real cheeseball action flicks that most people didn't rent at the video stores back when the movies were new. The only one that doesn't belong in this box set is Van Nuys Blvd. and this is because it's NOT an action movie whatsoever. There are a few other good public domain movies they could have put into the set like Tough To Kill - but I digress.
These movies are great if you're the type to sit with friends, eat some Burger King and/or Pizza Hut, and watch movies that are so bad they're good and just laugh at them in the process.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Explosive! July 12, 2014
By Brian
This is a grab bag of low budget action thrillers. If one enjoys this kind of fare, than this is for you. Not much in the "Cheese" factor that I like, but you know, one can't complain about the price nor the said low budget action
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4.0 out of 5 stars The guys mustache on the cover is rad. March 27, 2014
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I picked this up for Lowblow and Killpoint with Leo Fong. So awesome. It's worth the few bucks for a fun action movie night.
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