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The Golden Salamander (1950)

“Not by ignoring evil does one overcome it, but by going to meet it.” Director Ronald Neame also had a hand in the screenplay of this nifty Noir thriller starring […]

The Phantom of the Opera (1962)

Following the revival of Universal Studios’ Frankenstein, Dracula, The Mummy and the Wolfman, Hammer Studios, turned to Gaston Leroux’s Phantom Of the Opera, originally published in serial form between 1909 […]

Assignment to Kill (1968)

It’s thanks to TCM that this low key mystery with a hint of Bond came into my viewing circle recently and one I found very enjoyable thanks to an actor […]

House of 1000 Dolls (1967)

Almost as if Christopher Lee or Herbert Lom weren’t available, Vincent Price finds himself on a journey into the exploitation world of producer Harry Alan Towers and the sex slave […]

Hell Drivers (1957)

Saving my personal favorite for the wrap up of ….. Mike’s Take on Stanley Baker Movies ………… Day 12 Some movies have a way of staying with you and after […]

Snowbound (1948)

It’s films like these that I’ll occasionally come across that remind me of the fact that there are so many enjoyable movies from the past to discover and put forth […]

Forgotten Action Titles For the VHS Fan

Every generation has their very own outlet for lower tier flicks aimed at the fans who love to wallow in less than stellar “A” list productions. MGM and the other […]

Ten Little Indians (1974)

No this isn’t the acclaimed 1945 version from director Rene Clair starring two of the great scene stealers of that decade in Barry Fitzgerald and Walter Huston, what it does represent […]

Lady of Vengeance (1957)

In this low budget effort by way of England, we find American born Dennis O’Keefe taking top billing and starring as a tough no nonsense newspaper owner/editor. As the credits […]

Bang! Bang! You’re Dead! (1966)

aka Our Man In Marrakesh “I think there’s been some foul play.” A prolific line from leading man Tony Randall who finds himself caught up in murder and intrigue while […]

Hell Is Sold Out (1951)

Swedish import Mai Zetterling finds herself cast in the lead role of this Michael Anderson feature set during the fall of 1945. She’s arrived in England claiming to the be […]

Count Dracula (1970) on blu ray

Breaking out of Hammer studios to sign with Harry Alan Towers and director Jess Franco, Christopher Lee hoped to finally film the most faithful adaptation of the Bram Stoker novel […]

River of Death (1989)

While this is along way from screen adaptations of Alistair MacLean’s Guns of Navarone and Where Eagles Dare it does have that straight to VHS guilty pleasure quality with a […]

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