JOYSTICKS
1983, 88 min, USA, Dir: Greydon Clark

Jefferson Bailey (Scott McGinnis) runs the most popular video arcade in town, but not everyone sees it as a place for good clean fun. Wanting to keep his daughter away from the filth, Joseph Rutter (Joe Don Baker) plots a way to shut down the arcade. Packed with raunchy jokes, T&A and a rockin' soundtrack, JOYSTICKS is an ’80s overload of totally awesome video games.


DOLEMITE
1975, Vinegar Syndrome/Xenon Pictures, 90 min, Dir: D'Urville Martin

“If you crave satisfaction, this is the place to find that action.” Iconic comedian Rudy Ray Moore explodes on the screen in this grindhouse cult classic. After being set up by archrival Willie Green, Dolemite is left fuming in jail. But thanks to the help of Queen Bee, Dolemite is freed and can exact his revenge. Overstuffed with kung fu action, groovy tunes, and Moore’s patented rhyming style,


X-RAY
1981, Park Circus/MGM, 89 min, Dir: Boaz Davidson

When a woman goes to the hospital for a routine examination, she becomes the prey of a psychotic maniac looking to avenge a childhood Valentine’s Day humiliation. Former Playboy playmate Barbi Benton stars in this absurdly violent slasher epic filled with unethical medical exams, inventive kills, and a hall of fame fire walk into a dummy drop. Also released as HOSPITAL MASSACRE.


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