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TODAY'S SPECIAL

Land Of Doom (1986)
Starring Deborah Rennard and Garrick Dowhen

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
Never released theatrically, this drama was prophetically titled in regard to its box-office potential. This action is set in the future after a war has wiped out any sense of humanity that may have survived the 20th century. Motorcycle-riding groups of toughs are now riding roughshod as they try to wipe each other out. Harmony (Deborah Rennard) and Anderson (Garrick Dowhen) are in search of a legendary place where people are attempting to resuscitate civilization. In the meantime, they want to get the disparate, roving bands to quit misbehaving and join them in their search; but the head honcho of the worst group of raiders has other plans.
Director: Peter Maris
Writers: Peter Kotis (novel), Craig Rand

Stars: Deborah Rennard, Garrick Dowhen, Daniel Radell, Frank Garret, Richard Allen, Akut Duz, Bruno Chambon
A low budget but good-looking US/Turkish MAD MAX 2 rip-off in which the hero this time is a woman who has a pathological hatred of all men - that is until she meets the charming and courageous male lead Anderson, who of course comes to make her love him.
Turkish pulp cinema is a vanished thing and this does give just a very small taste of what the world is missing. If you can only imagine this film done with energy and lots of stolen music from other films and even occasionally stolen footage you'd have some hint.
Enjoy the Land of Doom for what it is and what its not. This movie is a rare look into the ancient 1980's. Movies of this type used to stock the particle board shelving of now long dead & paved over Video Rental Stores stocked with thousands of VHS scrolls of now long forgotten gems like Land of Doom.
It’s a fun film and charming due to the fact that they commit to the world they’ve created. The acting is also rather well done and enjoyable. Land of Doom’s director, Peter Maris would move on to such greats as Viper, Terror Squad, Warpath and 2007’s Zombie Hunters.
Order this rarely-seen and hard-to-find classic today for the low price of $5.99.
New Additions At Zeus:
Bachelor Bait (1934)

Stars: Stuart Erwin, Rochelle Hudson, Pert Kelton

After several years' faithful service in RKO Radio's short-subject department, director George Stevens was rewarded with his first feature-length assignment, the innocuous comedy Bachelor Bait. Stu Erwin plays Wilbur Fess, the busy owner of a matrimonial agency called Romance, Inc. So dedicated is Fess to his job that he fails to notice how much his girlfriend Linda (Rochelle Hudson) loves him. As consequence, he very nearly marries Linda off to someone else, but at the last moment he is saved from this boo-boo by good-time girl Alice (Pert Kelton). The title Bachelor Bait was later used by RKO for the British release of the 1949 Shirley Temple vehicle Adventure in Baltimore.
Back From Eternity (1956)

Stars: Robert Ryan, Anita Ekberg, Rod Steiger

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Back In Circulation (1937)

Stars: Pat O'Brien, Joan Blondell, Margaret Lindsay

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Backfire (1950)

Stars: Viveca Lindfors, Dane Clark, Virginia Mayo

When he's discharged from a military hospital, ex-GI Bob Corey (Gordon MacRae) goes on a search for his army buddy Steve Connolly (Edmond O'Brien). A reformed crook, Connolly is on the lam from a trumped-up murder rap, and Corey hopes to clear his pal. Tagging along is Army nurse Julie Benson (Virginia Mayo), who has fallen for Corey. The rest of the film emulates the 1946 noir exercise The Killers, with Julie and Corey interviewing various people with whom Connolly has come in contact. One of those people, of course, is the actual killer, who now adds the GI and the nurse to the "hit list." Warner Bros. used Backfire to test the dramatic potential of singing star Gordon MacRae, who passes that test with flying colors.

Bad Little Angel (1939)

Stars: Virginia Weidler, Gene Reynolds, Guy Kibbee

A plucky orphan girl runs away from the orphanage. Her only possession is her beloved Bible in which she has complete faith and this helps her cope with the often cruel realities of life on the run. Eventually the young fugitive teams up with a street-wise shoe-shine boy who takes her to a kindly newspaper editor who provides her with the home she has searched for.

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