Frolic Pictures sends word they’ve got 13 new Grindhouse Double Features available for your viewing pleasure! The titles are now available online wherever DVDs are sold – Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, etc. These titles are hand-selected by Hollywood exploitation filmmaker Jared Masters (Agalmatophilia 2018). The collection represents a sordid combination of cult comedies, ’80s slashers, ’70s supernatural horror and ’60s exploitation flicks.
Interested? Of course you are! Read on for all the details!
From The Frolic Pictures Press Release
Digitally scanned from the original 35mm film prints! Be thrilled and pleasantly surprised with what the Maestro reveals across your screen. Screen at parties, make a double feature night with other cinephile friends, or simply enjoy them alone, as you turn on, tune in and drop out of your semi-important responsibilities.
Just pop the DVD in and let it play, thanks to Frolic’s clever auto-starting video discs. It’s like there’s a projectionist grinding out rare film prints for you at your leisure. Whether you’ve been to a real grindhouse in the ’70s or ’80s, or you’re discovering the sensation for the first time, these limited edition Frolic Doubles make the perfect show for the avid horror, cult, erotica and exploitation cinema fan.
Order the new dream doubles now, and see what cinematic wonders await!
The List of New Frolic Doubles Titles For March 2019 Includes:
- Tentacles / The Devil’s Daughter
- Shivers / Rattlers
- Witchboard / The Hearse
- Partners / The Concorde… Airport ’79
- Flashpoint / Harry in Your Pocket
- Paperhouse / The Death of Richie
- Death Sentence / Race for Glory
- Old Enough / Funland
- Go Tell the Spartans / Cry of the Innocent
- Sabata / Day of Anger
- Asylum / The Medusa Touch
- The Diamond Mercenaries / Dogs
- Evilspeak / Stunts
Kick ass! It looks like these retail on Amazon for approximately $19.99. Still cheaper than going to the theater! Less chance of getting gum on your shoe, too.
Wow, these are great! At minimum I need to pick up the Witchboard/The Hearse set. Looks like there are a lot of gems in here.
What do you think? Which Grindhouse Double Features are you most interested in? Tell us in the comments!