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Category: 1970’s

Support Your Local Gunfighter (1971)

James Garner returns for this follow up in name only to the 1969 hit Support Your Local Sheriff. Many of the cast members are reunited from the previous Burt Kennedy […]

The Creeping Flesh (1972)

Every now and then I love to go back and re-visit a pairing of horror cinema’s dynamic duo, Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee. This Freddie Francis directed thriller was released […]

Voyage of the Damned (1976)

This story of the SS St.Louis leaving Germany in May of 1939 with over 900 passengers of Jewish decent gives director Stuart Rosenberg the opportunity to work with close to […]

Company of Killers (1971)

It would seem that this was a made for tv film that received a theatrical release after all. Somewhat like Don Siegel’s remake of The Killers from 1964 which starred […]

The Jerk (1979)

Movies often resonate with the individual based on the titles we see in our youth. They remain with us and give us no end of enjoyment after repeated viewings. For […]

Poor Devil (1973)

If this feels like a television show of some long forgotten series you’re not far too far off. It’s a failed series pilot that played as a 73 minute movie […]

The White Dawn (1974)

“These people are living with savages.” That line is very prophetic but might not be the way you envision it in the context of this captivating film made on Baffin […]

Royal Flash (1975)

When learning of the British Empire Blogathon graciously hosted by Phantom Empires and The Stalking Moon I immediately thought of Royal Flash for a variety of reasons. First off is […]

Russian Roulette (1975)

While this is far from being a top drawer thriller there are three things I really liked about it. Sadly none of them have anything to do with what appears […]

The Revengers (1972)

William Holden and Ernest Borgnine return to Mexico three years after their iconic turns in The Wild Bunch to film this poorly constructed, yet never dull western from director Daniel […]

No Deposit, No Return (1976)

There’s a nice cast featured in this Disney film that probably played much better had I seen it as a kid as opposed to now. Sadly it’s just not that […]

Brotherhood of Satan (1971)

“Enter for yet another lifetime in the Brotherhood of Satan.” Here’s an eerie independent flick for the late night crowd. It concerns a small town seemingly cut off from the […]

Black Sunday (1977)

Growing up as I did in the long shadow of Jaws there wasn’t a kid on the street who didn’t know who Captain Quint was. We all knew his rough […]

The Violent Professionals (1973)

Shortly before his death in 1975, Noir favorite Richard Conte starred in a number of Euro crime thrillers including this Dirty Harry/vigilante style justice flick starring Luc Merenda. This one […]

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