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Friday Foster (1975)

WHAM! ….. BAM! ….. HERE COMES PAM! Following up on the success of Coffy and Foxy Brown, American International continued the Pam Grier assault on the box office with Friday […]

Return From the Sea (1954)

Let me ask you this. Are you a fan of westerns, gangster films and low budget fodder from the 1970’s? If the answer is yes then surely I don’t have […]

Woman Obsessed (1959)

Capitalizing on the Oscars handed out for the 1958 season, the trailer for Woman Obsessed begins with the acceptance speech delivered by Susan Hayward for her award winning role in […]

The Reptile (1966)

The journey to finally seeing a movie can be a wonderful adventure though the end result isn’t always what one is hoping for and I have to admit that Hammer’s […]

Death Rage (1976)

The coolest man in black this side of Johnny cash, Yul Brynner, played his last role in this Euro crime thriller under the direction of the prolific Antonio Margheriti. Oscar […]

Foreign Intrigue (1956)

“Did he say anything before he died?” That’s the key question posed to press agent Robert Mitchum who has been fronting for a wealthy man with a mysterious past living […]

The Power (1968)

Having found success working together previously on War of The Worlds and one of my favorites, The Naked Jungle, producer George Pal and director Byron Haskin teamed for the final […]

Stagecoach (1986)

There’s no point starting here with a big negative by pointing out this is a variation/remake of the 1939 John Ford/John Wayne classic. Let’s be positive and say it’s an […]

Guest Wife (1945)

Screwball comedy Queen, Claudette Colbert, once again gives us her best side as she reteams with her co-star Don Ameche from the hilarious 1939 movie Midnight. Though this Sam Wood […]

Hell Boats (1970)

Having seen the other film James Franciscus had in theaters during the 1970 season I figured it was time to catch up with his only other big screen appearance that […]

Nosferatu in Venice (1988)

aka … Nosferatu a Venezia, aka … Prince of The Night, aka Vampire In Venice and who knows how many other vampire themed titles. Yes I’ve seen Murnau’s 1922 silent […]

Visit to a Small Planet (1960)

Long before producer Gary Marshall put Robin Williams squarely in front of television audiences as that alien from another planet paying us a visit in a weekly sitcom, comedic legend […]

Highway Dragnet (1954)

From director Nathan Juran comes this less than stellar Noir effort from writer-producer Roger Corman but it’s one that has a major plus when the blood has stopped flowing and the […]

Backtrack (1990)

aka Catchfire …. Once Easy Rider screen legend Dennis Hopper had made the comeback Hollywood loves after quitting the drugs and alcohol that had fueled his existence for far too many […]

Thieves Fall Out (1941)

In my desire to see more films from the earlier part of Eddie Albert’s career I settled on giving this one a look after checking the cast list and noticing […]

The Uncanny (1977)

Coming nearer the end of Peter Cushing’s career is one of Milton Subotsky’s final anthology horror films, The Uncanny. This Canadian made production filmed partly in Montreal has been fairly well panned over the years. […]

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