New Release: DVD collections of classic movies, documentaries, TV

Mill Creek Entertainment released 12 multi-movie DVD collections on March 9, 2010.

The more expensive DVD set, Chronicles of War, is a 13-hour collection of documentary features about the harrowing life for a soldier on the front lines of war, including interviews and rare video footage. It’s priced at $19.98.

The other 12 DVD collections are priced at $9.98 each and offer various types on entertainment.

Classic movie collections:

Big Screen Bombshells DVD boxBig Screen Bombshells with 12 classic movies: Chain Gang Women (1972), Policewomen (1974), Superchick (1973), Las Vegas Lady (1976), Single Room Furnished (1968), Lena’s Holiday (1991), Cindy and Donna (1971), Hustler Squad (1976), Pick-up (1975), Galaxina (1980), The Sister-in-Law (1974) and The Stepmother (1972).

Savage Cinema with another 12 movies: Hell On Wheels (1967), Little Laura & Big John (1973), The Wild Rebels (1967), Wild Riders (1971), Pink Angels (1971), Burnout (1979), Death Riders (1976), The Sidehackers (1969), Dangerous Charter (1962), Hellcats (1967), Death Machines (1976) and Best Friends (1975).

Sonny Chiba Collection, with four films starring the martial arts legend: G.I. Samurai (a.k.a. Time Slip), Ninja Wars (a.k.a. Black Magic Wars), Legend of the Eight Samurai and Resurrection of Golden Wolf.

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And the 20-film set Undead: The Vampire Collection, with Atom Age Vampire (1960), The Bat (1959), The Bat (silent, 1926), Blood of Dracula’s Castle (1969), Bloody Vampire (1962), Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride (1974), Crypt of the Living Dead (1973), The Devil Bat (1941), Horrible Sexy Vampire (1970), Horror Express (1972), The Last Man on Earth (1960), Nightmare Castle (1965), Nosferatu (1922), Prime Evil (1988), Terror Creatures From the Grave (1965), The Vampire Bat (1933), The Vampire Happening (1971), Vampire’s Night Orgy (1973), The Werewolf vs. Vampire Women (1971) and The Witches Mountain (1972).

Documentary collections:

The 10-part documentary series Rampage: Killing Without Reason, with profiles on Timothy McVeigh, Charles Manson and others.

America: The Birth of Freedom, another 10-part documentary series, this time about the battles and victories of America’s pursuit for freedom, including the Revolutionary War and the Civil War.

Wanted: Dead or Alive Season 2 DVD boxThe new 13-part documentary series Amazing War Machines, whose content is pretty self-explanatory.

Trail of Tears: A Native American Documentary Collection, with four award-winning documentaries chronicling the struggles of the Native American culture.

The 25-documentary collection Hell On Earth, which looks at natural disasters from hurricanes to earthquakes.

TV shows:

Wanted: Dead or Alive – Season Two, with all 32 episodes of the 1959-60 season of Steve McQueen’s (Le Mans) series.

Iron King, with all 26 episodes of the Tokusastu Japanese superhero television show filled with martial arts.

The classic Japanese series Fight! Dragon, with all 26 episodes.

About S. Clark

Sam Clark is the former Managing Editor/Online Editor of Video Business magazine. With 19 years experience in journalism, 12 in the home entertainment industry, Sam has been hooked on movies on since she saw E.T. then stared into the sky waiting to meet her own friendly alien. Thanks to her husband’s shared love of movies, Sam reviews Blu-ray discs in a true home theater, with a 118-inch screen, projector and cushy recliners with cup holders.