Stephen Romano Presents Shock Festival
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Take a wild journey through the exploitation movie scenes of the 1970s and 1980s with this collection of hundreds of actual previews of coming attractions, television commercials and radio spots for the sleaziest, sexiest most off-the-wall films ever made - all digitally re-mastered from original film elements. This is the ultimate collection of classic exploitation and horror trailers, TV ads and radio spots. This 3-disc set includes new audio and video tribute media, collectable poster and full-color liner notes.
Top Customer Reviews
The 3 discs (two DVDs and a CD full of mp3s of radio spots and music) are a lot of fun and provide quite a bit of entertainment. Much like the 42nd Street Forever series of trailer compilations this set is an excellent sampler of exploitation films that have led to me finding a lot of hidden gems for my Netflix queue. Like the 42nd street volumes, the trailers on Shock Festival are a mixed bag of different exploitation fare; action, horror, martial arts, and some stuff that simply indescribable. Shock Festival is a must-have for fans of exploitation movies and its the perfect sort of DVD to have playing at a Halloween Party ot watch with a group of pals to goof on.
My only complaint was that the DVD discs had scratches on them but both played fine (I must have a good player) hence the four stars instead of five..
So don't sit there thinking is it worth it, get this in your collection before it's deleted, boy am I glad I purchased this gem, it fits perfectly along side the 42nd Street Forever collection.
Don't dream it, buy it, Now.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Overpriced for just a bunch of trailers. Who can't put together a trailer comp nowadays?Published 7 months ago by Vincent
get all blu ray classic sci-fi and horror movies before corps start phazing dvds and blu rays out in the near future .Published 14 months ago by ANTON PHIBES
First off let me explain by saying that I collect 35mm and 16mm film prints of obscure films and trailers, I've been buying this kind of junk since I was in my early teens, having... Read morePublished on July 7, 2010 by The Z Man
... and that's the secondary audio commentary by "Uncle Creepy". Who is this guy and how does he rate the opportunity to participate in this otherwise excellent collection ? Read morePublished on April 13, 2010 by Groovy Chainsaw
I had been looking forward to this dvd set since it was first announced. I loved the Shock Festival book, and when I found out the author would be releasing fake trailers along... Read morePublished on February 16, 2010 by Dellamorte