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Category: 1960’s

House of the Black Death (1965)

Witchcraft and covens fill this ultra low budget effort that employs John Carradine and Lon Chaney Jr. as warring brothers of a warlock nature. It’s all a bunch of hocus […]

King Kong Escapes (1968)

The magic of Toho Studios during their glory years will always hold a special place for those of us film lovers who grew up in the seventies and eighties when […]

Guns of the Magnificent Seven (1969)

Where Yul Brynner leaves off, George Kennedy takes over as the head gunslinger Chris in the third of four films released under the series banner. The original is an acknowledged […]

Never a Dull Moment (1968)

Anytime I have the opportunity to see Henry Silva, Jack Elam and Slim Pickens under the direction of Edward G. Robinson tormenting Dick Van Dyke is what I like to […]

Fathom (1967)

1967 sure was a great year for films. Bonnie and Clyde, Cool Hand Luke, The Dirty Dozen and Fathom. Settle down, I have no intention of arguing that this film […]

Back Door To Hell (1964)

The teaming of director Monte Hellman and actor Jack Nicholson went through a period of 4 films during the early to mid sixties. Five if you count Hellman’s supposed participation […]

The Return of Mr. Moto (1965)

After a hiatus of 26 years the famed┬áJapanese detective working for Interpol returns to the screens one year after the death of Peter Lorre who helped make the oriental sleuth […]

The Dirty Dozen (1967)

For the on line celebration of movies released during the year of 1967 I have selected the WW2 classic from MGM studios. I had intended to do something on Lee […]

King Rat (1965)

`Gather round and here the words of the King.` For this black and white POW film set during the final days of WW2 in Singapore we’re treated to George Segal […]

Support Your Local Sheriff! (1969)

For this western genre spoof we are treated to a cast of actors who spin the traditional cowboy picture around and give it a good cowboy boot kick in the […]

Godzilla Vs. Monster Zero (1965)

aka Invasion of Astro Monster and who knows how many other marketable titles. With Japan’s biggest export back in movie houses the world over it’s time to look back and […]

The Split (1968)

Seemingly modeled after Kubrick’s The Killing this film admittedly isn’t half as good. Having said that, any film where you can sit back and watch a cast including Jim Brown, […]

The Defector (1966)

For this tale of espionage we are witnessing the final film of Montgomery Clift. Here’s the guy that inspired the “next generation” of actors. Brando, Newman, Dean etc. Sadly at […]

Taste of Killing (1966)

Throughout the history of cinema it is hard to find one title anymore influential than Leone’s A Fistful of Dollars. It practically started a genre of it’s own in the […]

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