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Chained Heat, Red Heat & Jungle Warriors arrives to DVD in a triple pack

Mr. Skin and Panik House Entertainment present the unholy trinity of "Women in Prison" Films! A ball busting, chest popping extravaganza all in one package on two DVD's of Chained Heat, Red Heat and Jungle Warriors. This triple-pack of "boobs behind bars" mid-80s exploitation classics will only be in print for a limited time. So get yours while they are still available starting on July 12th.

Chained Heat, widely regarded as the greatest "women-in-prison" film of all time, finally comes to DVD in a totally uncut, re-mastered version. Linda Blair (The Exorcist) stars as Carol Henderson, a woman sentenced to 18 months in federal prison after accidentally killing a man. With the perverted warden (John Vernon, Animal House) seducing the inmates and two rival gangs fighting a race war, Carol struggles to survive her remaining days in the sleazy slammer. Also stars cult film favorites Sybil Danning, Tamara Dobson and Stella Stevens.
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Leading Actor Dennis Hopper is Dead

Dennis Hopper’s long film career began with the 1955 teen angst classic Rebel Without a Cause with James Dean, and he helped usher in Hollywood’s New Wave as director and star of the counterculture anthem Easy Rider in 1969. He later became a respected character actor, specializing in such off-beat villains as the drug-addicted, obscenity-spouting Frank Black in David Lynch’s Blue Velvet (1986), crazed bomber Howard Payne in the 1994 action-thriller Speed with Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock, and Deacon in Kevin Costner’s soggy post-apocalyptic saga Waterworld (1995).

Hopper was born in Dodge City, Kansas on May 17, 1936. He moved to San Diego, California with his family in the late 1940s, and began studying at the local Old Globe Theater while attending high school. He soon signed with Warner Brothers and was featured in a small role in 1955’s Rebel Without a Cause. He was later featured as Jordan Benedict III, the
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