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Adventures of Captain Fabian (1951)

Once again Errol Flynn stars in another film utilizing the Adventure tag in the title harkening back to the days of Robin Hood and Don Juan when he was still […]

The Girl From Rio (1969)

The attractive Shirley Eaton kind of returns as Sumuru, a female version of Fu Manchu in this sequel of sorts to The Million Eyes of Sumuru from producer Harry Alan […]

La Bambola di Satana (1969)

aka Satan’s Doll or The Doll of Satan if you prefer. Released by Twilight Time on blu ray, this was a new to me title that mixes giallo thrills against […]

The Sadistic Baron Von Klaus (1962)

With a strong hint of what was to come in his future, meaning sex and sadism, Jess Franco helms this effective thriller starring his frequent leading man Howard Vernon in […]

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 […]

The Film Posters of Fu Manchu

Sax Rohmer’s evil war Lord may never again find himself front and center in a feature film due to the world and our incessant need for politcal correctness. Does that […]

blu-ray Review …. Count Dracula (1970)

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 […]

Why Horror? Why Not?

It’s that time of year again when I’m about to embark on a scare filled run of horror films and why I love them so. It’s always fun to rekindle some memories that […]

The Klaus Kinski Explosion

I can never get to much of a good Klaus Kinski story. His films with Werner Herzog are the stuff of legends. The stories whether fabricated as Herzog has suggested […]

24 Hours to Kill (1965)

Since his passing last week I have been meaning to dig thru the titles I have starring The Mick. I came upon this flick that paired Mickey Rooney and former […]

The Night of the Sorcerers (1974)

From Blind Dead director Amando de Ossorio comes this voodoo vampire tale of a group of explorers in present day Bumbasa looking into the preservation of animals. Out in the […]

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