A sensuous, suspense-filled nightmare from Hammer horror! Advertisements
A blood-soaked, ripping 1960s Sherlock Holmes yarn where the Baker Street detective battles history’s most notorious serial killer.
The King of Cool ditches The Kid and gets a new pallie for a black and white Cold War sex-capade!
Solid Hammer “mini-Hitchcock” outing, perfect for the rainy Saturday matinee crowd.
Harrowing, sick suspense from Hammer…with a smack-down of small-town politics.
Cute, pallie. Mill Creek Entertainment has packaged together three separate releases into the Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis Collection boxed set.
Mill Creek Entertainment has released the Jerry Lewis Comedy Triple Feature, a single disc—that’s a lot of info crammed onto one disc—collection including 1966’s Three on a Couch (first time on DVD, I believe), 1968’s Don’t Raise the Bridge, Lower the River, and 1969’s Hook, Line, and Sinker. Now…these aren’t exactly the titles I’d pick… Read More ‘Three on a Couch’ (1966): Jerry Lewis comedy offers few laughs