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Payoff (1991)

From director Stuart Cooper comes a film that represents another fine example of what could show up on the new release shelf of the local VHS store back at the […]

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 […]

Pit Stop (1969)

When producer Roger Corman asked director Jack Hill to throw a race car flick together, we’re the real winners riding shotgun with Brando like Richard Davalos, the unpredictable Sid Haig […]

Shoot Out (1971)

Shoot Out represents the final western to be directed by Henry Hathaway. A man who had given us a wide variety of successful oaters including Rawhide, Nevada Smith and True […]

The Nevadan (1950)

Thanks to the Made On Demand line of DVD’s that are becoming a must for film collectors, I finally had the chance to see this Randolph Scott western that once […]

Impasse (1969)

Looking to jump start his flagging career, Burt Reynolds signed on to this location shoot in the Philippines for a tale of four adventurers looking for a fortune in lost gold from WW2. Attempting to keep a […]

Battle Beyond the Stars (1980)

By way of New World Pictures and the sure to be frugal, Roger Corman comes this not so epic space opera that is essentially a reworking of The Magnificent Seven […]

Rawhide (1951)

Western stalwart Henry Hathaway directed this claustrophobic tale in the spirit of The Petrified Forest featuring a first rate cast of actors against the backdrop of Lonesome Pine, California. Rawhide […]

Sirocco (1951)

From Humphrey Bogart’s Santana Productions by way of Columbia’s distributing we find Bogie once again donning the trench coat in far off Damascus mixed up with gun running, spies and […]

My Friend Flicka (1943)

Child Star, leading man, character actor, Cornelius the Chimp. All of these can be used to describe the talent that is known as Roddy McDowall. Roddy was a natural born […]

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