In Serial (1980) Christopher Lee plays a business executive who leads a double life as Skull, the leader of a gay biker gang.


Ad for Doctor Butcher MD and Assault With A Deadly Weapon

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Ad for Doctor Butcher MD and Assault With A Deadly Weapon

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VHS sleeves for Doctor Butcher MD aka Zombie Holocaust (1980)

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Japanese and Thai posters for Doctor Butcher MD aka Zombie Holocaust (1980)


Promoting Doctor Butcher MD (1980) from The Gore Gazette

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Promoting Doctor Butcher MD (1980) from The Gore Gazette

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Images from Doctor Butcher MD aka Zombie Holocaust (1980)

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Following the success of Zombi II (1979) and Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977), producer Fabrizio De Angelis came up with the idea of cashing in on both films’ subjects at the same time. He reused the basic story of Zombi II and added elements of cannibal films to come up with Zombie Holocaust. For it’s U.S. release it was retitled Doctor Butcher, M.D. This version contained a 2½ minute sequence from an unfinished American film, and a different music score.

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Trailer for Doctor Butcher MD aka Zombie Holocaust (1980)


One sheet for Doctor Butcher MD aka Zombie Holocaust (1980)

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One sheet for Doctor Butcher MD aka Zombie Holocaust (1980)

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Mother’s Day (1980 on Hulu!

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Trailer for Mother’s Day (1980)

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TV spots for Mother’s Day (1980)


One sheet for Mother’s Day (1980)

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One sheet for Mother’s Day (1980)

The Monster Club (1980) features Vincent’s only theatrical film performance as a vampire.

Britt Ekland, Richard Johnson, and Donald Pleasance in The Vampire segment of The Monster Club (1980)

Britt Ekland, Richard Johnson, and Donald Pleasance in The Vampire segment of The Monster Club (1980)