When I was in Oklahoma last month, I visited a local "$1 Store" in Lawton OK and picked up a couple of Martial Arts movies made by "Saturn Productions Inc.". (anyone know more about this company?) Although they use regular DVD boxes, their paper inserts looked like a blurry bootleg DVD insert made with a color Xerox machine with cheap thin paper.
I have watched a few of these and they are pretty much standard genre fare. A lot of fun if you remember the old USA Network's "Kung Fu Theatre". Some of the fight scenes (especally on Dragon Force Operation) make the stunts on WWE wrestling look slick.
Street Fighters - Part 2 (didnt see part 1)
Dragon Force Operation
Rivals of the Dragon
Saturn Productions also sells "The Smallest Show On Earth" (1958) - though Peter Sellers is top billed on the box, he only has a small role as a ageing projectionist. Still an interesting British film.
I also picked up "The Beatniks/Wild Guitar", a 2-fer-1 gem from Digiview at Wal-Mart. The Beatniks ( http://www.mst3kinfo.com/daddyo/di_415.html ) is your standard teenage rebel flick with some fun moments and bad acting, but the gem is "Wild Guitar" which stars the infamous Arch Hall Jr of "Eegha!" fame. (has this popped up on a cheap DVD? - I have only found the MST3K version)
This guy wanted to be a early 60's Teen Idol, but had ZERO acting, singing, or (maybe the worst) songwriting ability! But that didnt stop him or his wealthy father from bankrolling and making a series of drive-in stinkbombs. http://www.briansdriveintheater.com/archhalljr.html
And if you're a fan of Brian Wilson & The Beach Boys, you might want to pick up "Jack Benny - Volume 2" from "Television Classics" (Its been out for a year or two - pretty common). I found my copy at Fred's, which is a larger and a little more upscale discount store chain than Dollar General/Family Dollar. Fred's is really starting to invade East Texas now, moving into several old K&B drug store locations in my area. The Jack Benny Hour from 11-3-65 features the Beach Boys as one of his guests performing "California Girls" and a rockin live (no lip synch) version of "Barbara Ann" with Brian on lead. Only the "California Girls" footage wound up on the "The Beach Boys.. An American Band" VHS from the mid 80's - but this is the unedited show, though from a Black & White kinescope.