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Category: 1970’s

Dogs (1976)

Sporting a very shaggy dog look himself or a bad imitation of Moe Howard, in need of a haircut and shave, leading man David McCallum is pitted against man’s best […]

Murph the Surf (1975)

aka Live a Little, Steal a Lot This is one of those seventies flicks that feel as though they were a made for TV project that morphed into a theatrical […]

Last Embrace (1979)

The source novel, The 13th Man becomes an homage to Hitchcock in the hands of  Jonathan Demme during the mystery that unravels for star player Roy Scheider. A thriller featuring the […]

The Police Connection (1973)

aka The Mad Bomber   Director Bert I. Gordon forgoes monsters of Colossal proportions to bring this shower inducing cop movie that features two separate psychotics whose paths will cross […]

The Domino Principle (1977)

Generally regarded as a weak film in the careers of all those involved, let’s look at the fact that this Stanley Kramer film allows some heavyweight talent to share the […]

The End (1978)

Back in the good old days when Burt Reynolds was one of the leading contenders for the industry’s box office champ, he starred in and directed this black comedy that […]

The California Kid (1974)

An actor such as Martin Sheen is a great example of someone who has been on television screens for as long as I can recall and of course he still […]

The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)

Black humor rules the day when Vincent Price stars in one of his most memorable roles to genre fans. That of Dr. Anton Phibes. Colorful, not nearly as graphic as […]

The Prize Fighter (1979)

A screenwriter could go anywhere with a title like that. A Rocky knock-off. A straight forward drama of a young fighter’s rise thru the ranks or more than likely an ABC […]

Killer Fish (1978)

The long shadow of Jaws was a major influence on the exploitation market in the immediate years that followed the Spielberg film. Grizzly, Piranha and of course Jaws 2, 3 […]

The Mysterious Monsters (1975)

“This may be the most startling film you’ll ever see.” Coming from the authoritative tones of Peter Graves, surely this has to be taken seriously. Perhaps Graves’ work here as a narrator […]

The Centerfold Girls (1974)

I wouldn’t exactly term this as the ideal “date movie.” Especially when practically every male character in the film is either an ass or a pervert. Or in the case of Aldo […]

Avalanche (1978)

With Irwin Allen laying claim to most of the natural disasters that make for explosive cinema, producer Roger Corman once again takes a popular theme and grabs a piece of […]

The People That Time Forgot (1977)

Director Kevin Connor was once again enlisted to bring the stone age world of Edgar Rice Burrough’s lost continent to life in this wild tale of Patrick Wayne following the trail […]

The Land That Time Forgot (1974)

Like every generation of movie lovers, there’s bound to be some films from your early years that you know would be frowned upon by today’s crowds. Movies that hold a […]

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