Quentin Tarantino’s Rolling Thunder Pictures Triple Feature is One to Own

Who’s says that great things come in small packages? Now this 3 pack DVD set is one to own, with the classic

Quentin Tarantino’s Rolling Thunder Pictures Triple Feature comes to DVD April 16th from Lionsgate Home Entertainment and Miramax. This DVD compilation offers a sampling of films from the specialty label Rolling Thunders Pictures, which was launched by Tarantino and Miramax in 1995 to release older exploitation movies and undiscovered imports to the mainstream movie-going audience.

Tarantino brought these films back to life, even personally recording intros and outros for the home video releases. The release of Quentin Tarantino’s Rolling Thunder Pictures Triple Feature coincides with the home entertainment release of Tarantino’s latest, Academy Award® winning film, Django Unchained. A must-have for Tarantino fans, this classic collection will be available on DVD for the suggested retail price of $14.98.

THE MIGHTY PEKING MAN

Treat yourself to one of the funniest and campiest movies ever made: The Mighty Peking Man! After a colossal ape-like creature is captured in the jungle and brought to civilization – along with the scantily clad blonde bombshell he protects – the fearsome beast breaks loose and goes looking for giant-size payback!

CAST
Evelyne Kraft Lady Dracula, The Fifth Commandment
Danny Lee The Killer, City on Fire

DETROIT 9000

Jam-packed with nonstop action, sexy distractions and funky music, this hip crime story follows two Detroit cops, whose pursuit of a dangerous gang responsible for a high-society heist ignites a powder keg of corruption and violence!

CAST
Alex Rocco The Godfather, Smokin’ Aces, STARZ’s “Magic City”

Hari Rhodes TV’s Roots, Conquest of the Planet of the Apes

and Vonetta McGee TV’s “L.A. Law,” Repo Man

Herb Jefferson, Jr. TV’s “Battlestar Galactica,” TV’s “The Devlin Connection”

and Ella Edwards Dirty O’Neil, Mr. Ricco, Sweet Sugar

SWITCHBLADE SISTERS

A riotously entertaining mix of sex, jealousy and massive firepower, Jack Hill’s Switchblade Sisters is the action-packed story of the toughest gang of teenage girls to ever hit the streets – the Dagger Debs. Bad to the bone, these outrageous high school vixens go where they want…and create mayhem wherever they go!

CAST

Robbie Lee Big Bad Mama, The Therapist

Joanne Nail Full Moon High, The Gumball Rally

Asher Brauner The Boss’ Son, American Eagle, Merchants of War

Kitty Bruce Bad

Janice Karman TV’s “The Chipmunks,” TV’s Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Marlene Clark TV’s “Sanford and Son,” Lord Shango, The Baron

and Monica Gayle TV’s “General Hospital,” Nashville Girl

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Year of Production:

The Mighty Peking Man:1977

Detroit 9000: 1973

Switchblade Sisters: 1975

Title Copyright: © 2013 Miramax, LLC

Type: DVD Collection Premiere

Rating:

The Mighty Peking Man:PG-13 for violence and sensuality

Detroit 9000, Switchblade Sisters: R

Genre: Action, Drama

DVD Closed Captioned: NA

Subtitles: NA

Feature Running Time:

The Mighty Peking Man:90 minutes

Detroit 9000: 106 minutes

Switchblade Sisters: 91 minutes

DVD Format:

The Mighty Peking Man:16×9 Widescreen (2.35:1)

Detroit 9000: 16×9 Widescreen (1.78:1)

Switchblade Sisters: 16×9 Widescreen (1.85:1)

DVD Audio Status:

The Mighty Peking Man:English 2.0 Dolby Digital

Detroit 9000, Switchblade Sisters: English Monaural Dolby Digital

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