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Rareflix Collection Triple Feature, Vol. 1 (Death Collector, The disturbance and Posed For Murder)

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Product Details

  • DVD
  • Publisher: Alliance (2013)
  • ASIN: B001B8TKF6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.7 x 5.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #692,615 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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The Disturbance 1990, A schizophrenic guy with a deteriorating mental state suffering from hallucinations and nightmares killing beautiful women, side note Quentin Tarantino has actually talked about this film in interviews saying "Strictly as a horror film coming out in 1990, The Disturbace ranked highly on his top ten list"
Posed for Murder 1989, A nude men's magazine model and actress in slasher movies gets surrounded by body bags as a jealous man starts killing off her acquaintances, great cheesy 80's flick with good kills and a rockin 80's soundtrack
Death Collector 1988 In a future time, when things have reverted back to the days of the Old West, a man goes after the gang that murdered his brother.
all of these movies are straight to video trash from the late 80's, great set thanks Rareflix )
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DEATH COLLECTOR
This is a really cheap and obscure film with nothing special or elaborate. The obvious low-budget has hampered the film and has kept the FX to a minimum. These budget restraints have probably been responsible for the ugly and cheap scenery because they picked some ghetto and a dump site for the filming locations. Other parts of the film take place indoors at an unattractive nightclub and some other indoor places. I guess it's supposed to be some western type flick. I checked the IMDB, and it says it was filmed in New Haven, CT.; they just picked some trash locations there that they could afford to shoot the film and churned out a simple and cheap action flick. There's this guy who's trying to avenge his brothers death; he's fighting these assorted thugs in this ghetto area. So within the first half hour, there's some stuff like the following: a sex scene with clothes on, which obviously doesn't belong in an exploitation flick; ugly ghetto scenery with that dump; scenes from that badly designed nightclub that the western guy goes to; and there's a shootout with only a low amount of blood. Throughout the film, there's some other shootouts; but the blood content in the movie is really low with virtually no FX, and there's no nudity. Directing is Ok and acting may be considered passable for something really cheap like this. I thought the main soundtrack was decent, and the film did have a certain cheap charm to it that I liked. There's no suspense, atmosphere, or anything really interesting about it. Nevertheless, I actually liked it but many won't.

This is a cheap film, so it has some problems with quality. It doesn't look great and has grain, but the full-frame transfer is good overall.

THE DISTURBANCE
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Three strange horror/action films from the 80's & 90's. These are obscure films, so don't go looking for high production values. Still, they are all quite entertaining.
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When you open the front door the bell jingles. Inside are all kinds of videos, and one room in the back with a curtain in front of it, right next to the Horror Section. Years before the internet, renting a video was done from a Mom and Pop enterprise, and videos like this were what you got. Frequently, the cover was not like the videos contained within, but that was part of the apeal for a dollar a day rental. The boxes for films like this were all too often sunfaded and curved in from having the shrink wrap continue shrinking. And remember, Be Kind, Rewind. Truly these films are a nostalgia trip for those of us who remember seeing these films on the shelf, and quite honestly, they would lose something if they were 16*9 enhanced. These were made to be seen in 4*3, in all their USA Up All Night-esque glory. They should call this the VHS Collection, because after each film instead of returning to the menu, I expect the sound to squeal and the screen to turn blue. So, if you want to check out your father's home video experience, order this promptly. And by the way, I am not reviewing each of the films because that would diminish from the experience! But I recommend...
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