42nd Street Forever! Volume 1: Horror on 42nd Street Trailer

42nd Street Forever! Volume 1: Horror on 42nd Street Trailer (2004)

"A Celebration of Forty Exploitation Trailers From the 60's, 70's and Early 80's!" 01 January 2004 96 mins

This hilarious 2004 dvd from Ban 1 Productions (almost completely different from the 2005 Synapse release of the same name) is chock-full of trashy exploitation trailers from the 70's (40 total, plus extras), including Salo:The 120 Days of Sodom (German theatrical), Creature with the Blue Hand, Chatterbox, Hooker's Revenge (AKA They Call Her One Eye), Dixie Dynamite, Vigilante Force, I Dismember Mama and Blood Spattered Bride combo, Black Christmas, Food of the Gods, The Crippled Masters, Women and Bloody Terror/Night of Bloody Horror combo, Welcome Home, Brother Charles (AKA Soul Vengeance), Shantytown Honeymoon, Savage Sisters, House of Missing Girls, and many more.

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United States 01 January 2004

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14 November 2004

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23 November 2004

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The Bourne Supremacy Trailer (2004)

23 July 2004

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I, Robot Trailer (2004)

16 July 2004

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13 Going On 30 Trailer (2004)

13 April 2004

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Meet the Fockers Trailer (2004)

15 December 2004

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Shaun of the Dead Trailer (2004)

09 April 2004

Shaun of the Dead is a humorous homage to Zombie movies from director Edgar Wright; an outrageous romantic comedy with zombies.

Van Helsing Trailer (2004)

05 May 2004

Famed monster slayer Gabriel Van Helsing (Hugh Jackman) is dispatched to Transylvania to assist the last of the Valerious bloodline in defeating Count Dracula.

Shrek 2 Trailer (2004)

18 May 2004

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Mean Girls Trailer (2004)

30 April 2004

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