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Category: 1970’s

Percy (1971)

I’ve always been aware of this movie about the world’s first penis transplant and that’s because I know my parents watched it years ago on our local CITY TV out […]

Rollercoaster (1977)

George Segal picked a hell of a week to quit smoking. It’s awfully hard not to let that thought cross your mind in this post Lloyd Bridges Era. Segal stars […]

Guyana : Cult of the Damned (1979)

  Partly biographical, partly exploitation in covering the atrocities of the misguided Reverend Jim Jones Cult from director Rene Cardona Jr. that sees former Oscar Nominee, Stuart Whitman, taking on […]

Shoot Out (1971)

Shoot Out represents the final western to be directed by Henry Hathaway. A man who had given us a wide variety of successful oaters including Rawhide, Nevada Smith and True […]

Soylent Green (1973)

Food is the driving force of the plot in this bleak futuristic tale from director Richard Fleischer that stars the iconic Charlton Heston, and in his final screen role, the legendary […]

Baron Blood (1972)

As if plucked from a table full of discarded Vincent Price scripts, Joseph Cotton continued his journey into the world of horror and fantasy in the this delicious thriller by […]

A Candle For the Devil (1973)

From director Eugenio Martin of Horror Express fame comes this delicious tale by way of Spain that places sex or should I say a lack of it and religion front […]

Mansion of the Doomed (1976)

In classic Bela Lugosi fashion from his Monogram Pictures era, Richard Basehart, much like Bela has a personal stake at hand playing a deranged eye specialist looking to restore his daughter’s sight […]

C.C. & Company (1970)

Jumping or perhaps riding in to the cinema of the motorcycle gang is footballer Joe Namath with the help of Roger Smith who wrote and produced this typical story as […]

A*P*E (1976)

If Dino De Laurentiis can present a full scale remake of 1933’s classic, King Kong, than surely writer/producer/director, Paul Leder, can launch this wanna be Kong via the Korean film […]

Every Which Way But Loose (1978)

And so begins what I like to call Clint Eastwood’s Country Music period that cast him in more of a good old boy light with plenty of Grand Ole Opry […]

Eat My Dust (1976)

While Ron Howard did not direct this Roger Corman production, it’s the film that got him the opportunity to move from the front of the camera to the rear. Howard […]

What the Peeper Saw (1972)

I realized going in that the title alone signaled something of a risqué viewing but I had no idea just how far the blatant sexual content of the politically incorrect […]

Brief Encounter (1974)

Let’s begin by stating matter of factly that it’s useless to attempt to compare this seventies version of Noel Coward’s story to the now classic 1945 film version from David […]

Gone With the Pope (1976/2010)

Horror film buff that I was growing up when it came to the classic monster movies and the actors that populated them, I knew of the film called Bela Lugosi Meets […]

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