(1993). The Video Collection is a video album by David Bowie. It includes most official music videos made by
Bowie between 1972 and 1990 including hits like “Space Oddity,” “Modern Love,” and “Life on Mars?”. (96 min)
(1973). This is Elvis at the pinnacle of his superstardom, giving one of the most outstanding concert performances of his career. Dir. Marty Pasetta. (87 mins)
(1963) (85MS) Directed by Lew Landers. Starring: Rod Lauren, Denver Pyle,Steve Drexel, Tracy Olsen.
A mysterious hooded stranger is torturing and killing folks in a small town. One of the victims is the brother of local waitress Marge (Olsen) and when the local police come up with nothing, she decides to find out some answers for herself. Along for the ride is her friend Dave (Drexel) and his
college chum Ken (Lauren) – who just happens to be writing a term paper on how much terror the human mind can endure. As the trio search for clues, it seems that the killer is always just around the corner. When they arrive at a nearby ghost town they are confronted by the mad killer, becoming trapped in his evil web of terror!
(1978). Shot live in Bremen on May 21st, 1978 for a special German television release. This film includes a dozen
of Bowie’s top cuts from an era when he was really on fire. 70 mins.
(1972). Winner of the 1972 Golden Globe for Best Documentary. Elvis On Tour showcases The King in top form with all the magic that has become his legend. Dir. Pierre Adidge & Robert Abel. (93 mins)
(1988) (93Ms) Directed by Straw Weisman. Starring: Elizabeth Mannino, DavidGregory,
Larry Bockius, Adam Wahl.
An ex-hooker, currently employed as a truck stop waitress (Mannino), suffers from horrible nightmares. Trying to turn her luck and life around, she impulsively marries a rich mortician from a small town. Unfortunately, he likes his women a bit on the dead side – going so far as to have killed his previous wives (and kept them around). And if that was not disturbing enough, wait until the new blushing bride meets the rest of the townspeople…
(2010). During the second half of 1971 the careers of David Bowie, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop
were sinking, until a chance meeting of the three in New York at the infamous Max’s Kansas City nightclub. This film investigates the era in which these three creative personalities worked most closely together resulting in the most dramatic shift in musical style since the beginning of the Rock & Roll age. 107 mins.
(1968). This is Elvis at the pinnacle of his comeback superstardom, giving one of the most outstanding concert perfomances of his career. Part of our Elvis Birthday Month Celebration!!! Dir. Steve Binder. (76 mins)
(1975) (90Ms) Directed by Massimo Dallamano. Starring : Richard Johnson, JoannaCassidy, Ida Galli, Lila Kedrova.
Reporter Michael Williams (Johnson) has recently lost his wife in a tragic fire. Working through his grief, Michael takes his young daughter Emily (Elmi) with him to Italy to work on an art documentary. While there he finds a medallion in a shop and hoping to cheer his daughter up, he gives it to her as a gift. Unbeknownst to him, and unfortunately for his daughter, the medallion may be possessed by the malevolent spirit of a murderous child who uses Emily’s grief over her loss to take the young girl over and continue her murderous desires.
Elvis : That’s The Way It Is (1970). This film documents Elvis’ Summer Festival in Las Vegas – his return to the stage after 14 years of making movies, with the bulk of the footage from the International Hotel in Las Vegas in August of 1970. Dir. Dennis Sanders. 108 mins.
(1994) This film brilliantly documents the King of Soul as he performs on Where The Action Is with Dick Clack and on American Bandstand in the mid to late ‘60s – over 40 songs. (120min)