Contents Of Post:
- Ator, The Fighting Eagle
- Savage Streets
|Ator, The Fighting Eagle|
|Widescreen: 1.78:1 (Anamorphic) Color / Production Year: 1982 / Region 0|
Miles O’Keefe stars as Ator in the first of four films featuring the muscle-bound Ator character! In his first adventure, Ator, son of Thorn, is destined to put an end to the dynasty of the Spider! He must rescue his sister from the evil clutches of the High Priest of the Spider (Dakkar). On his way, he learns the secrets of martial arts and befriends Roon (Sabrina Siani), an Amazon thief who joins Ator on the journey to the Temple, along with a baby bear! Together, they conquer danger after danger as they encounter many supernatural villains including witches, dead warriors, and even Ator’s own shadows! Their final showdown with the High Priest of the Spider and finally the Spider itself will leave you breathless!
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|Savage Streets (2-Disc Special Edition)|
|Widescreen: 1.78:1 Color (Anamorphic) / Production Year: 1984 / Region 0|
(Note: Reversible cover art is on the right)
They raped her sister… killed her best friend. Now she must seek revenge!
Linda Blair is Brenda, vivacious leader of the Satins, a fun-loving group of pretty high school girls. The Satins are in for trouble from the first moment theyplay a harmless trick on the Scars — a vicious gang who runs loose on the Hollywood streets. The Scars and their malevolent leader, Jake, take their revenge seriously — first with Brenda’s deaf-mute sister (Linnea Quigley, Return Of The Living Dead), and then her soon-to-be-married best friend.
- Reversible cover
- Brand New never before seen 16×9 anamorphic (1:78) widescreen HD master from the original InterPositive
- 3 Audio commentaries
- Interviews from previous release with Linda Blair and Linnea Quigley
- Includes brand new never before seen interviews with cast members Scott Mayer, Sal Landi, Robert Dryer, Johnny Venocur, writer Norman Yonemoto and producer John Strong
- Original trailer
- Watch this in “Kat Skratch Cinema” format or play feature only