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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: D88165
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • UPC: 731034932455
  • Street Date: 06/13/23
  • PreBook Date: 05/09/23
  • Label: Dark Force Entertainment »
  • Genre: Horror
  • Run Time: 172 mins
  • Number of Discs: 0
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1976
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot:
  • Territory: US,CA
  • Language: English

 

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Mako: The Jaws of Death + Bog (Drive-in Double Feature #14)

Neither oceans nor swamps are safe in these two underwater 1970's Grindhouse Drive-In classics for one great price!

Mako: The Jaws of Death + Bog (Drive-in Double Feature #14)
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MAKO: THE JAWS OF DEATH (1976): Sonny Stein (Richard Jaeckel, Starman), a Vietnam veteran, learns that he has a mystical connection with sharks after being given a medallion by a shaman. Becoming increasingly alienated from society, he develops an ability to communicate with sharks and sets to destroy anybody who harms them.

BOG (1979): A sheriff (Aldo Ray, We're No Angels), a doctor (Marshall Thompson, It! The Terror from Beyond Space) and a pathologist (Gloria DeHaven, The Thin Man Goes Home) try to catch a prehistoric monster roused by dynamite from the bottom of Bog Lake.

Media

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Bonus Materials

  • Features 'DRIVE-IN MODE' for the 'full nostalgic drive-in experience'

Sales Points

  • 'Mako' is directed by cult movie legend William Grefé (The Wild Rebels, I Eat Your Skin) and stars Richard Jaeckel (Starman) and Jennifer Bishop (Bigfoot).
  • 'Bog' is directed By Don Keeslar (The Capture of Grizzly Adams) and stars Aldo Ray (We’re No Angels) and Gloria DeHaven (The Thin Man Goes Home)
  • Both feature 2K HD scans from the original film materials!

Press Quotes

MAKO: a big step up on 'Bruce' [from 'Jaws'] is they use real sharks. Some of the footage is remarkable, including one shot which saw a shark try to eat a camera... Underwater photography is quite possibly the best thing about the film

     —Jamie Tingle, The Daily Jaws

BOG: What makes bad movies fun is energy, and BOG drinks a six pack of Monster. It's a throwback to 50s style scientists vs. nature gone amuck with a BOGGY CREEK-style backdrop.

     —Cool Ass Cinema

  

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