Destroy All Movies: The Complete Guide To Punks On Film (Buy from

Uber cult film geeks Zack Carlson and Brian Connolly’s labor of love project is finally completed! This ultimate reference guide to punks on film is a magnum opus of a collector’s item and everyone who is a fan of offbeat movies should purchase a copy to have on the coffee table or book shelf. This item is one of our favorites of the year so don’t hesitate to click on the buy link!

ROKU XD|S Streaming Media Player (Buy from

Have you joined the streaming video revolution yet? Well, if not you should! The latest line of ROKU products bring home entertainment an all new hi-definition option. Watch your favorite films on Netflix, listen to great music on Pandora and explore many more audio and video channels! (NOTE: The ROKU is currently a USA only device, but we hope it will soon be sold in other countries!)


Pretty Maids All In A Row (1971) Directed by Roger Vadim. Starring Rock Hudson, Angie Dickinson, Telly Savalas. (Buy from

An early 70s sex comedy-coming of age-murder mystery directed by Roger Vadim (Barbarella) with a screenplay written by Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry, (could it be any more eclectic?!). It first gained a resurgence in popularity thanks to Director Quentin Tarantino (Inglourious Basterds) who introduced it to a whole new generation of movie fans at his QT Film Fest in Austin, Texas. The film is now considered a cult classic. The good folks at Warner Archives have recently added it to their DVD catalog in a nice remastered edition, so if you’re a film geek who loves offbeat movies, this will make a nice stocking stuffer!


and the following personal tips by Sebastian:

In July, a film hit DVD shelves that will excite both western movie fans as well as connoisseurs of fine … smoking hot… women. Hannie Caulder is an excellent (spaghetti) western that convinces through violence, a strong revenge story, decent atmosphere and exciting action. And it has Raquel Welch, what else would you ask for. Buy now from

But if you’re into BluRay, two discs that you absolutely have to own are The Leone Anthology BluRay box set and the upcoming Metropolis Complete Version BluRay. I was gonna say, the Grindhouse BluRay is an essential, but that’s almost something that you don’t have to mention. Also nice on BluRay: Mad Max The Road Warrior, especially if you have a hi-def audio system that will destroy your neighbor’s whiskey glass collection. The rest of the Tarantino-related BluRay glory is right here.

And last but not least, El Mariachi and Desperado are headed you way on BluRay as well, click here to check it out.

And seriously…. I almost spilled my coffee when I read about this a few months ago

Why don’t you post below what you will put under the christmas tree? We’re really curious.



Editor-In-Chief of The Grindhouse Cinema Database/Furious Cinema contributor. Pete is a rabid movie geek who enjoys everything from wild n' crazy exploitation/cult flix to big budget mainstream classics. His other interests include: graphic design, cartooning and music.

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  1. December 22, 2010

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