Rollercoaster (1977)


Directed by: James Goldstone

Stars: George Segal, Timothy Bottoms, Richard Widmark

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 16:9 | Brrip

Description:  A blackmailer threatens to sabotage roller coasters at various American amusement parks if he isn’t paid a huge ransom.


2.65GB | 118:38mins | 1280×720 | mkv


———Koch Media Uncut Version——


2.66GB | 118:20mins | 1024×436 | mkv | English | Sub: English

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15 Responses to Rollercoaster (1977)

  1. From Chicago says:

    Thank you!

  2. rarelust says:

    added Koch Media Uncut Version

  3. OSMOSIS says:

    This picture is better than you think. I have an affinity for it because I LOVE Kings Dominion (I wasn’t at it’s 1976 Opening, but after 1977, I adopted it…and to see THE REBEL YELL immortalized was worth it–I’m a “survivor” of BOTH Cars…in The Front!!). But, yeah, ROLLERCOASTER is better than you’d think.
    Thanks, Rarelust…and for the SENSURROUND as well.

  4. Bobby says:

    I was wondering if you could source the “Unrated Cut” featuring the little snippets of gore/blood missing from the theatrical version, that is on the Koch Media German & 101 Films UK Bluray releases?

  5. Bobby says:

    Is there any chance uploading the “Unrated Cut” version as Shout Factory’s Bluray release is missing a few frames of gore compared to Koch Media’s German & 101 Films’ UK Bluray releases?

    Strange that Shout Factory’s Bluray release is 18 seconds longer yet is missing a couple of frames compared to the “Unrated Cut”,

  6. Robin says:

    Correction: Directed by James Goldstone

  7. Shaunshrrp says:

    Glad to see they’ve included the 3.1 “Sensurround” with this.

  8. Larrys01 says:

    Written by the creators of Columbo and Murder She Wrote! Not to mention 2 excellent TV mystery movies with multiple twists and turns. “Murder By Natural Causes” and “Rehearsal For Murder.” If you can track them down, I recommend them wholeheartedly.

  9. Álvaro Díaz Duque says:

    Thank. Watch out for the Sparks concert sequence towards the end!

    • Veit Harlan says:

      Oh!? Is *this* the failed Sparks promotional film? From the documentary The Sparks Brothers, I gathered this movie is quite bad, as a turkey classic, perhaps? The mentioning of Hitchcock on the poster may be interpreted as “Better leave movie making to Hitchcock”, I guess.

      • Buck Flower says:

        What a sad and trite comment. And no, this isn’t a “failed” promotional video for Sparks. The movie did quite well and is very well made, and is very much on a Hitchcokian level of suspense. This movie is miles better than that horrid “documentary”, which was nothing but a bunch of celebrities proclaiming how much they like the band.

      • J says:

        No it’s actually pretty good.

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