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Chesterfield/Invincible, V-2 (Condemned2Live, Death From A Distance, HouseOfSecrets, MissingGirls.)

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CONDEMNED TO LIVE (1935) Ralph Morgan, Maxine Doyle, Mischa Auer. This well-done chiller has Morgan becoming a vampire at certain times and terrorizing a small European village. His stupid, but totally loyal servent tries to help him keep it a secret. Climax shot in Bronson Caverns up in LA's Griffith Park. 16mm DEATH FROM A DISTANCE (1936) Russell Hopton, Lola Lane. A mysterious planetary observatory is the setting for a mysterious murder plot. The lights go out know. Not often you see Hopton as the hero. From 16mm HOUSE OF SECRETS (1936) Leslie Fenton, Muriel Evans. A man inherits an eerie mansion that's filled with mystery and terror. When he comes onto the grounds to claim the estate he's chased off by two strangers. What mystery lurks behind the house's walls? Hmmm... Remastered from a top 16mm original print. MISSING GIRLS (1936) Roger Pryor, Muriel Evans, Noel Madison. Top Chesterfield film starts like an exploitation flick then veers into crime and intrigue. See a U.S. Senator gunned down by gangsters! Watch for the shootout with Ma Bolton's gang at the end of the film--very cool. A very, VERY underrated poverty row gem. From 16mm

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  • Directors: Sinister Cinema
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Sinister Cinema
  • DVD Release Date: October 5, 2009
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B002RL8OR6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #491,205 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Annie Van Auken TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 2, 2010
SINISTER CINEMA is a niche market DVD-R mfr. that specializes in hard-to-find motion pictures. They offer no bonus features such as commentary or deleted scenes. Dubs are from unrestored film stock, thus quality varies with condition of their antique celluloid. None are pristine, yet none are so degraded as to be unviewable. Some of their transfers are in fact quite decent.

CHESTERFIELD was a Poverty Row studio that was active from 1925 to '36, when it was merged into newly-created REPUBLIC Pictures. INVINCIBLE's story is similar: a small indie outfit from '32 to '36, they were ultimately absorbed by REPUBLIC.


CONDEMNED TO LIVE - Creepy story of a man with good reason to believe that he's the vampire who's been killing residents of a small village. Seems his mom gave birth to him in a bat infested cave in darkest Africa and she was bitten by one of the critters just before going into labor.

DEATH FROM A DISTANCE - A doctor attending a planetarium lecture is murdered, but no one in the audience sees the killer. The police are called in and the lecture attendees detained while a detective tries to solve the crime. A feisty girl reporter is a hindrance that the cop has to occasionally "put in her place." (No political correctness or women's equality here!) Film has no music score.

HOUSE OF SECRETS - A CHESTERFIELD feature filmed at RKO, this one's got a dark house, a mad scientist, torture chambers and such. Here, an American who inherits a venerable (translation: mouldering) estate from an eccentric uncle discovers rather hostile people already living there. Hostile, that is, with good reason, for if the new Lord of the Manor takes possession, it would seriously hamper their search for hidden treasure.
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