Jaws of Satan on VHS video. Starring Fritz Weaver, Gretchen Corbett, Jon Korkes. Directed by Bob Claver. 1981.
From the box:
Something you wouldn’t dare to imagine… is alive.
In this supernatural thriller, Father Thomas Farrow is a small town priest whose family was cursed many years ago for persecuting the Druids.
Now, after these many years, the ancient curse comes back to life in the form of a huge and deadly king cobra, which turns out to be the embodiment of Satan. Father Farrow’s town soon suffers from a series of fatal snake attacks, which are hushed up by the mayor and local business people in order to preserve the valuable tourist trade.
Farrow, whose faith is shaken to the core, decides that he must personally lead the fight against this intruder from hell. Aiding in his struggle are a famous reptile expert and the town’s leading doctor.
Be prepared for a chilling battle with unknown dangers from another time, another world!
Available on VHS: Jaws of Satan [VHS]
Not found on DVD.
Listed, but not currently available, on Amazon Instant Video: Jaws of Satan
Dee Snider’s StrangeLand on VHS. Starring Kevin Gage, Elizabeth Peña, Brett Harrelson, Robert Englund, Linda Cardellini, Dee Snider. Written by Dee Snider. Directed by John Pieplow. 1998.
From the box:
Let The Ritual Begin
[obscured by label]… the glow of the screen illuminates his heavily pierced tattoo-stained face as his fingers dance nimbly across the keyboard… searching, hunting.
His computer handle is Captain Howdy, and he surfs the local chat rooms for young female prey. Girls like Genevieve and Tiana, who mysteriously vanish after an online conversation with the cunning cyber-predator. Detective Mike Gage has a personal stake in the case–Genevieve is his daughter.
When Tiana’s corpse — tortured, pierced and scarred — is discovered in the river, Gage realizes that time is running out for Genevieve. Taking sadistic delight is Gage’s desperation, Captain Howdy sends the detective a series of taunting e-mails. challenging him to a deadly online game of cat and house, and drawing him into his “modern primitive” world — a strangle land of fetish bars, S&M, body modification and goth-rock.
DVD upgrade: StrangeLand
Twisted Sister: Big Hits & Nasty Cuts: Best of
Dee Snider on Dee Snider: Shut Up and Give Me the Mic
The Haunted Palace on VHS. Starring Vincent Price, Debra Paget, Lon Chaney Jr. Named after the poem by Edgar Allen Poe and based on the story “The Case of Charles Dexter Ward” by H.P. Lovecraft. Directed by Roger Corman. 1963.
From the sealed VHS box:
A Warlock’s Home Is His Castle… Forever!
A perversely evil 18th century warlock who — after placing a curse on the village women, resulting in a progeny of mutant children — is burned by the townspeople at the stake. A century after the human barbecue, the warlock’s great, great grandson returns to the family castle where he falls under Gramps’ ghost’s spell… beginning the evil all over again!
DVD Upgrade: The Haunted Palace & The Tower of London (Midnite Movies Double Feature)
Poe: Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales and Poems
Lovecraft: The Case of Charles Dexter Ward