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Category: 1970’s

Almost Human (1974)

Plainly stated, Tomas Milian, delivers an all too realistic portrayal of a low life killer in this Euro Crime thriller from director Umberto Lenzi that leaves you heading for the […]

Lawman (1971)

Looking for a 1970’s western with a superior cast? Look no further than this Michael Winner directed effort that includes a Jerry Fielding score with dialogue that flows like cowboy […]

Operation : Daybreak (1975)

This WW2 tale of espionage and the underground resistance from director Lewis Gilbert plays it straight as opposed to the three 007 adventures he helmed including You Only Live Twice. […]

Legend of the Werewolf (1975)

In this very Hammer like release via Tyburn Film Productions, Peter Cushing stars as an intrepid police surgeon attempting to solve a series of gruesome murders in 19th century Paris. […]

You’ll Like My Mother (1972)

The first question I have to ask myself isn’t whether or not I’ll like Mother but how in the heck have I missed this tightly knit thriller my entire movie […]

Deadly Jaws (1974)

aka No Gold For a Dead Diver ….. and a half dozen other names in foreign languages including the original German title, Ein toter Taucher nimmt kein Gold. From the […]

Nightwing (1979)

This Columbia Pictures release that borrows a certain blueprint or two tosses a few more scare tactics at movie goers as the 70’s came to a close. It has a reputable […]

Killdozer (1974)

If I didn’t know any better I’d think this Universal Studios Production was a lost script destined to be on the lower half of a double bill with The Monolith […]

The Man Called Noon (1973)

Here’s a western that in my opinion tries it’s best to imitate the style and feel of a spaghetti western and kind of succeeds despite the cast and director. None of them being […]

Project : Kill (1976)

Just four years short of having a major change in the direction of his career, Leslie Nielsen, takes a trip to the Philippines in this piece of exploitation fare along […]

The Gambler (1974)

With James Caan having just solidified his association with the gangster film via The Godfather as Sonny Corleone, he’s well suited to his role here as the gambler in over […]

Boxcar Bertha (1972)

The names Roger Corman and Samuel Z. Arkoff should be as common as salt and pepper to fans of the early days of the exploitation market in the world of […]

Devil Dog : The Hound of Hell (1978)

Brando’s Halloween Pick of the Month Coming on the heels of a big screen horror flick, The Evil,  Richard Crenna signed on for director Curtis Harrington’s movie of the week […]

Jennifer (1978)

When a movie proves to be as successful as the Stephen King/Brian DePalma flick Carrie was upon it’s 1976 release, you can bet that second tier companies like American International […]

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