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Jack the Giant Killer (Special Edition)

Jack the Giant Killer (Special Edition)

Director: Nathan Juran
Year: 1962

Farm boy Jack (Kerwin Mathews) heroically rescues Princess Elaine (Judi Meredith) from sorcerer Pendragon (Torin Thatcher) by slaying his bloodthirsty giant. But when Pendragon uses his evil powers to bewitch and imprison Elaine in his enchanted fortress, Jack must cross the ocean to brave dragons, two-headed ogres and an army of ghouls to save his lady love.

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The 6th Man

The 6th Man

Director: Randall Miller
Year: 1997

When college superstar Antoine Tyler (Kadeem Hardison) dies unexpectedly, the dream of winning an NCAA Championship alongside his younger brother Kenny (Marlon Wayans) dies with him... or so it seems. Suddenly, Antoine stands to make the greatest comeback of all time... as a ghost who becomes the team's invisible "sixth man."

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The Outer Limits (1963-64) Season 1 (32 Episodes)

The Outer Limits (1963-64) Season 1 (32 Episodes)

Director: Leslie Stevens, Byron Haskin, Laslo Benedek, James Goldstone, Gerd Oswald, John Brahm, Robert Florey
Year: 1963

Newly Re-Mastered in HD! The entire first season – 32 Episodes – A seven-disc set that controls over 27 hours of transmission from the 1963-1964 series. There Is Nothing Wrong With Your Television Set… Do Not Attempt To Adjust The Picture… We Are Controlling Transmission... You hold in your hands an artifact from a time now vanished forever; a compendium of portals into worlds unknown.

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Miracle Beach

Miracle Beach

Director: Skott Snider
Year: 1992

A romantic comedy-fantasy set in the Southern California beach scene. Scotty McKay (Dean Cameron, Summer School) is a down on his luck yuppie who used to have it all, but has lost everything. One day he and his buddies discovers a magic lamp which conjures the very lonely and beautiful Jeannie (Amy Dolenz, She's Out of Control) and she grants them their every wishes.

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Die Nibelungen (Special Edition)

Die Nibelungen (Special Edition)

Director: Fritz Lang
Year: 1924

One of the greatest artistic and technical achievements of the German silent cinema, Fritz Lang's DIE NIBELUNGEN is a passionate retelling of Nordic legend, invested with all the resources of the colossal Ufa Studios.

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The Pied Piper

The Pied Piper

Director: Jacques Demy
Year: 1972

The great Jacques Demy (The Umbrellas of Cherbourg) directed this masterful retelling of the classic children's tale. Set in the Middle Ages, the divided town of Hamelin tries in vain to rid itself of the Black Plague.

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Rawhead Rex

Rawhead Rex

Director: George Pavlou, Clive Barker
Year: 1986

NEW 4K RESTORATION! Ireland will never be the same after Rawhead Rex, a particularly nasty demon, is released from his underground prison by an unwitting farmer. The film follows Rex's cross country rampage, while a man struggles to stop it. Written by Clive Barker and directed by George Pavlou.

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Peter Pan

Peter Pan

Director: Herbert Brenon
Year: 1924

Herbert Brenon (Beau Geste) directed, James Wong Howe (The Thin Man) was cinematographer, Ernest Torrence (Tol'able David) made a gorgeously robust Captian Hook, and Anna May Wong was Tiger Lily. This 1924 film of James M. Barrie's timeless play retains all its period charm.

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Night Tide

Night Tide

Director: Curtis Harrington
Year: 1961

Mastered in HD from 35mm film elements restored by the Academy Film Archive, with support from The Film Foundation and Curtis Harrington. NIGHT TIDE remains one of the most influential indie horror films of the 1960s, launching the career of director Curtis Harrington and helping establish Dennis Hopper as one of cult cinema's most eclectic leading men. With extras including audio commentary by Harrington and Hopper and interviews with the director.

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Metropolis (2002 Restoration)

Metropolis (2002 Restoration)

Director: Fritz Lang
Year: 1927

METROPOLIS can now be appreciated in its full glory! It is, as A. O. Scott of THE NEW YORK TIMES declared, "A fever dream of the future. At last we have the movie every would-be cinematic visionary has been trying to make since 1927."

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