Palisades Home Video

From Home Video

Palisades Home Video (formerly Cinema Group Home Video and Continental Video) was founded in 1984 by father and son duo Jack and Jim Silverman. Some of their titles had been previously issued by Planet Video. Later acquired by Cinema Group in 1985, and two years later renamed it first to Cinema Group Home Video, then Palisades Home Video, and most, if not all of their titles were later re-issued by New Star Video and Magnum Entertainment after Palisades shut its home video business down in 1988.

Continental Video (1984-1986)[edit]


Catalog number Title Country of origin Original year Length Version MPAA rating Film format Tape count Tape break placement (if applicable) Color Released Note(s)
1001 Tilt
From Warner Bros.
USA 1979 111 min TBD PG TBD 1 N/A Color June 15, 1984 TBD
1002 To the Devil... a Daughter
From Cine Artists
A Hammer Film production
UK/West Germany 1976 93 min TBD R Matted 1.85 1 N/A Color June 15, 1984
  • Original MPAA "R" rating card intact at the end.

Cinema Group Home Video (1987-1988)[edit]

Palisades Home Video (1988)[edit]