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Category: 1970’s

Scorpio (1973)

Following The Mechanic in 1972, a film that pitted an aging hitman playing a game of cat and mouse with his young protege, director Michael Winner returned to a similar […]

The Passage (1979)

Just prior to becoming a house director for Cannon Films, J. Lee Thompson, reunited with his Guns of Navarone leading man of 1961, Anthony Quinn, for another WW2 thriller. It’s […]

Doomwatch (1972)

For years I’d seen images of this Peter Sasdy directed production for Tigon Productions in Famous Monsters magazine or old hard cover books on the history of horror films I’d […]

Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972)

When Vincent Price scored a bullseye along with director Robert Fuest in 1971’s The Abominable Dr. Phibes for AIP, one thing was a given. If you said a sequel, then […]

Chosen Survivors (1974)

When a nuclear holocaust is upon us the United States sends select individuals to self contained bunkers in twelve key locations throughout the country. The idea is to keep the […]

Crypt of the Living Dead (1973)

aka …. Young Hannah, Queen of the Vampires …. or just plain …. Hannah, Queen of the Vampires. Love these Euro-Horrors of the 70’s and they’re even better when they […]

Breakheart Pass (1975)

I would suggest that from 1974 to 1977, Charles Bronson, was at the height of his powers on movie screens. This excellent mystery western set on a train from director […]

The Graveyard (1974)

aka …. Persecution … aka The Terror of Sheba Let me start off by stating in no uncertain terms that if you’re a lover of classic films and to be […]

Brannigan (1975)

“The Duke’s in London. God save the Queen!” This was the second of two mid 70’s flicks that put John Wayne into modern day shoot’em ups. The first being McQ […]

The Fortune (1975)

This dark comedy from director Mike Nichols has all the makings of a sure fire box office smash when in reality it just never seems to truly catch fire. Seriously, […]

Death Wish (1974)

For his fourth film under the direction of Michael Winner, Charles Bronson, scored his most famous role, one that would have a lasting impact on many of his subsequent characterizations. […]

Caravan to Vaccares (1974)

If you fell in love with action films as a kid growing up in the 70’s and 80’s there’s a good chance you know that what the name Alistair MacLean […]

The Perfect Killer (1977)

Taking his turn as an aging hitman looking to retire from the syndicate, western favorite, Lee Van Cleef, assumes center stage in this heavily plotted effort coming at the end […]

Hot Lead and Cold Feet (1978)

A throwback to the days when my parents would treat me with a trip to the movie theater. Their reason for choosing this one? I suspect it had a lot […]

At the Earth’s Core (1976)

This fantasy film clearly aimed at youngsters hit a bullseye when I was indeed a youngster seeing this on TV in the late 1970’s. Even then I knew exactly who […]

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