Dimentia 13 in 3D

by LBYL Films
Dimentia 13 in 3D

Director: Francis Ford Coppola/td>
Country: USA
Running Time: 76 minutes
Cast: Sam Parker, Jessica Dragonette, Pinto Colvig, Lanny Ross, Jack Mercer, Ted Price
Genre/Category: Horror, Thriller – 3D

Synopsis:
A legendary classic of all ages, see the outstanding story in this Classic 1939 Animated Film in 3D anaglyph. Based on Jonathan Swift’s classic novel of the heroic traveling sailor stranded on a remote island. Gulliver is soon discovered on the beach by a thumb size town crier from the land of Lilliput and tied down by ropes by the tiny villagers. Gabby (the crier) runs to tell theKin g. But the King is planning the impending wedding of his daughter, princess Gloria to handsome Prince David from the nearby Kingdom. When the two Kings can’t agree on which song to play at the wedding, Gulliver finds himself in the middle of a war. Using his common sense, Gulliver becomes a hero to the villagers by helping the 2 sides resolve their dispute.

Little Shop of Horrors 3D

Little Shop of Horrors 3D

Director: Roger Corman
Produced BY : Roger Corman
Country :USA DVD
Written BY : Charles B.Griffith
Release Date: 14, 1960
Genre/Category: Black Comedy, Horror, Drama & Science Fiction – 3D

Synopsis:
Jonathan Haze, Jackie Joseph, Mel Welles, Dick Miller, Jack Nicholson Little Shop of Horrors is the classic1960 American comedy film directed by Roger Corman and written by Charles B. Griffith. The movie is a Farce about a goofy young florist’s assistant, Seymour who works at the Skid Row flower shop of Mr. Mushnick (Mel Welles). Experimenting in his spare time, Seymour cultivates a plant that feeds on human flesh & blood. Seymour hopes this experiment will lead him to fame & fortune. The hideous plant commands: “Feeed Me! Feeed Me please!” Before long, the luckless Seymour has fed his plant the bodies of a detective, a sadistic dentist, and a flashy trollop. Magically, when the plant blooms, the faces of its various victims are reproduced in its flowers. The film’s concept is based loosely on a 1932 story called “Green Thoughts”, by John Collier, about a man-eating plant. Ignored on its initial release, the film slowly gained a cult status through repeated black-and-white TV exposure in the early 60’s. The presence of a young Jack Nicholson attracts many viewers, who see the “acting rookie” like never before.

Sunsplit

by LBYL Films
Sunsplit

Director: Peter Daskaloff
Country: USA
DVD Release Date: September, 1999
Running Time: 90 minutes
Genre: Action | Adventure | Drama | Horror

Synopsis:
A wild ride of thrilling action as the paths of a Serial killer and a Vigilante cross paths in a compelling way that boils up the story and burns the two of them. Three separate stories merge into one creating a surprise for all involved. The crippled lives of two female cons/thieves are torn asunder as the film stretches out into an area unforeseen by viewers, evolving into a love story between two unlikely but in the end, “likable” characters.

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