- Number of Discs: 2
- Rated: Unrated
- Run Time: 5 hours, 50 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: April 13, 2004
- Originally Released: 2004
- Label: Bci / Eclipse
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Description by OLDIES.com:
4 Movies on 2 Double-Sided Discs!
Pizza Wars (2002, 94 mins.): San Jose State professor Babak Sarrafan directed the comedy Pizza Wars. After freeing a genie (Elliott Peele) from a bong, brothers Cornelius (Omar Miller) and Scooter (Andy Sims) are granted the traditional three wishes. They transform the oregano in their family pizza recipe into marijuana. Business at the restaurant hits an all time high, arousing the jealousy of other pizzerias in the area that each fight back in their own unique style.
Waiting For The Giants (2000, 88 mins.): Raymond Pierce, a "Giant" with the ability to glimpse the future, knows that he must find two other people with extraordinary powers to help him affect a change. When police invade his home and kill his wife, the time is at hand... his search must begin. The Giants of this story represent the people who dare to be different and special, and are thus suspect by society at large. In a world filled with fear and extreme prejudice, the Giants symbolize the persecuted and hunted who have existed throughout history and have survived in order to make a difference.
Killers From Space (1954, 71 mins.): Atomic scientist Doug Martin is missing after his plane crashes while on an investigatory mission following a nuclear test. Showing up at the base later, he is given sodium pentathol after being caught in espionage activities. For some reason, no one believes him as he relates how he was captured by aliens who plan on conquering the Earth by using giant animals and insects.
Neophites & Neon Lights (2001, 90 mins.): A world where teleportation replaced air travel, urine therapy was proven to aid longevity, nicotine was an illegal narcotic and color TV was still a fantasy. In the middle of this is a rag-tag group of petty criminals. Power struggles, paranoia, back-stabbing and suspicion abound as the film takes us through a journey into the very core of social conditioning.