Unlike other collections which often recycled the same old previews for the same old genre titles, Trailer Trauma features rare theatrical trailers that have not been previously released on DVD. See over two hours of previously unavailable trailers for some of the most ridiculous films in history: thrill to the action of Black Fist, Iron Master, and Kill! Kill! Kill! Kill! Quiver in horror as you face the Dawn Of The Mummy, The Revenge Of The Living Zombies, and the Incredible Torture Show! Scratch your head at the utter absurdity of Death Bed, Mutant War, and No Retreat, No Surrender! For fans and connoisseurs of psychotronic cinema, Trailer Trauma is an essential addition to any collection. Transferred and digitally mastered in 4K from various 35mm release prints.


Title / Restricted Animated Cat

Death Bed
(not to be confused with…y’know; also known as Terminal Choice)

The Hex Massacre / Lucifer’s Curse

Dawn of the Mummy
(the 1981 original, not the remake-in-name-only)

Dark Sunday

Sunday in the Country

Don’t Open Till Christmas
(available on Blu-ray in Austria, if you’re curious)

Savage Weekend
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Scorpion Releasing)

Mean Frank and Crazy Tony



The Incredible Torture Show
(this Troma mainstay is on Blu-ray as Bloodsucking Freaks)

Mondo Magic

(on Blu-ray overseas; awaiting a domestic release from Etiquette Pictures one of these days)


Revenge of the Living Zombies
(Shriek Show’s Blu-ray release is titled Flesh Eater)

The Children
(the 1980 version I’m desperate to be properly remastered)

Dr. Frankenstein on Campus

Dracula Blows His Cool

Creature from Black Lake
(was rumored for a Blu-ray release from Synapse Films, but suitable elements couldn’t be found)

(better known as The Mighty Peking Man; on Blu-ray overseas; announced for a domestic release years ago, but Well Go pulled the plug for whatever reason)

The One-Armed Executioner

Naked Vengeance

Food of the Gods II

(a common title, yeah, but this is the one from ’71)

Jack the Ripper
(this 1976 flick starring Klaus Kinski scored a nice Blu-ray release in Germany)

The Annihilators

Kill! Kill! Kill! Kill!

Sands of the Kalahari
(on Blu-ray courtesy of Olive Films)

(there’s a cut high-def release in the UK as Man from Deep River; I don’t believe Raro Video’s Blu-ray release has surfaced)

The Games School Girls Play

The College Girl Murders

Beyond and Back

Black Fist

Penitentiary II

Dog Tags

(1981; on Blu-ray courtesy of Code Red)


Frankenstein in 3D
(there are 2D releases overseas but nothing on Blu-ray over here)


The Alpha Incident

Mutant War

The Eliminators

9 Deaths of the Ninja


(better known as The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh; inexplicably not on Blu-ray)

The Rah Rah Girls
(an unrecognizable repackaging of What Have You Done to Solange? as a teen sex comedy)

(also known as Orgasmo)

Silent Madness

Trick or Treats
(1982; on Blu-ray courtesy of Code Red)

The Creeper
(aka Rituals)

Tango Macabre
(available on Blu-ray as Seizure courtesy of Scorpion Releasing)


No Retreat, No Surrender
(many different foreign Blu-ray releases, but nothing over here)

Knights of the City

Legend of Frenchie King

The Farmer

Smokey and the Good Time Outlaws

Smokey and the Hot Wire Gang

The Demon Lover

Diabolic Wedding / Legend of Horror

Grave of the Vampire / Garden of the Dead

Hell Hunters

Jungle Wolf II: Return Fire

Captain Apache


dual layer DVD-R comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!

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