Oz-ploitation-Volume 2 (1974)

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This box set consists of the following DVDs;
Razorback (1984) , Long Weekend (1978) , Stone: Special Edition (Single Disc) (1974) , Fantasm/Fantasm Comes Again (1976) , The True Story of Eskimo Nell (1975) , The Chain Reaction (1980)

Somewhere deep in the Australian outback there’s a marauding, indestructible creature that can rip a man in half and destroy a homestead in seconds.

This giant freak of nature is nine hundred pounds of tusk and muscle - and it is hell bent on terrorizing the small isolated community of " Gamulla" - a town as violent and primitive as the beast that threatens it.

The astonishing feature film debut of music video maestro Russell Mulcahy (Highlander), RAZORBACK is a ferociously entertaining, adrenalin pumping thriller that proudly counts Steven Spielberg and Quentin Tarantino among its self-confessed fans!

Long Weekend
Attempting to resurrect their failing marriage, Peter (John Hargreaves) and Marcia (Briony Behets) set out on a camping trip to a deserted stretch of the Australian coastline in the hope that a long weekend in the sunshine will help them patch up their differences.

They trample through the countryside, destroying everything in their tracks, carelessly scattering their rubbish and shooting anything that moves.
Their callous disregard for the environment soon becomes apparent when the animals start to seek vengeance.

Marcia and Peter have proved themselves to be wanton destroyers. Will they be allowed to leave or will they be destroyed? To reveal anymore would spoil it!

From the writer of ROADGAMES and RAZORBACK comes this "Spooky Little Gem" (Premiere Magazine) that is presented here for the first time UNCUT and in a brand new pristine WIDESCREEN transfer.

Stone: Special Edition (Single Disc)

Fantasm/Fantasm Comes Again

True Story of Eskimo Nell, The

Chain Reaction, The (1980)
For mechanic Larry Stilson (STEVE BISLEY) and his wife Carmel (ARNA-MARIA WINCHESTER), a weekend in paradise turns into their most horrifying nightmare.

At their retreat in an isolated mountain valley, they are confronted by Heinrich (ROSS THOMPSON), the victim of a deadly nuclear spill who is in the throes of a horrifying radiation death.

A top secret government security team moves in with an army of vicious decontamination workers to seal off the valley, forcing Larry and Carmel to attempt a daring high-speed escape...but, the question growing more urgent by the minute is - CAN THE RADIOACTIVE WASTE BE CONTAINED?

Boasting high-octane car chases and spectacular stunts staged by GEORGE MILLER, the director of MAD MAX, and appearances by the stars of that film (STEVE BISLEY, HUGH KEAYS-BYRNE and MEL GIBSON) THE CHAIN REACTION is a slick, futuristic action thriller that hurls you into the nightmarish world of terror and nuclear holocaust.

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Gregory Harrison
Arkie Whiteley
Bill Kerr
Chris Haywood
David Argue
Judy Morris
John Howard
John Ewart
Don Smith
Mervyn Drake
Redmond Phillips
Alan Becher
Peter Schwarz
Directed by
Russell Mulcahy
Colin Eggleston
Sandy Harbutt
Richard Franklin
Iva Davies
Michael Carlos
Billy Green
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Multi
Disc (6)
Various 1974 ? 576i (PAL) 4
Widescreen Varies, 16x9 Enhanced
English Dolby Digital
Main Menu Introduction, Menu Animation & Audio, Featurette-Making Of-Jaws On Trotters, Audio-Only Track-Interview With Gregory Harrison, Deleted Scenes, Gallery-Stills And Poster, Theatrical Trailer, Trailer-Roadgames, The Chain Reaction, Long Weekend, Trailer-Night Of Fear/Inn Of The Damned, Main Menu Audio, Audio Commentary-Richard Brennan (Exec Prod) And Vincent Monton (Cinematog.), Audio-Only Track-Interview With John Hargreaves, With Stills Gallery, Theatrical Trailer, Main Menu Audio & Animation, Theatrical Trailer-Stone, Teaser Trailer-Umbrella Trailers, Main Menu Audio, Featurette-Making Of, Audio Commentary-Producer Antony I. Ginnane, More…
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