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The Ravagers (1965)

One thing we can be sure of when it comes to a made in the Philippines production no matter what the genre and that’s the appearance of Vic Diaz. Shockingly […]

Almost Human (1974)

Plainly stated, Tomas Milian, delivers an all too realistic portrayal of a low life killer in this Euro Crime thriller from director Umberto Lenzi that leaves you heading for the […]

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 […]

Cyborg 2087 (1966)

If you’re a fan of sixties sci-fi and fantasy television then you’d be hard pressed not to enjoy this Arthur C. Pierce penned tale of time travel. Felt like I […]

Queen of Blood (1966)

Is it possible that this Corman produced thriller via writer/director Curtis Harrington was inspired by 1958’s It! The Terror From Beyond Space and in turn inspired Ridley Scott’s Alien in […]

The Swiss Conspiracy (1976)

Fifties favorite of the sci-fi genre, Jack Arnold directs an above par cast for this so-so effort with some nice scenery thrown into the background of ….. you guessed it, […]

The Unguarded Moment (1956)

From Universal International comes this thriller that almost feels like a warped story from the Leave It To Beaver sets. Based on a story by Rosalind Russell of all people. […]

Strange Shadows In An Empty Room (1976)

This Giallo like production made in Canada has the benefit of starring three well known actors all having long resumes and solid entries in various genres throughout the years. Stuart […]

Wrong is Right (1982)

When it comes to star gazing at films with multiple actors that I follow I usually jump at the chance. Which begs the question of why it took me so […]

A Theatrical Flashback

In my little corner of the world which is a long way from Hollywood there isn’t too many opportunities to catch a retro night at the movie theater. If there […]

Portrait in Black (1960)

“This was supposed to bring us together. Now it’s only keeping us apart.” So says Lana Turner who isn’t very happy with lover Anthony Quinn when he suggests they must […]

Island of the Fishmen (1979)

A guilty pleasure I’ll surely watch again when the opportunity presents itself. Equal parts, Voodoo, Dr. Moreau, Atlantis, Sunken treasure, Mad Scientist, Mutations, Greedy Villain, Barbara Bach, Giant Fishmen and […]

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 […]

Joe Kidd (1972)

Despite the fact that the credits list John Sturges as this western’s director, you’d swear the Clint Eastwood feel is written all over it. For starters it’s a Malpaso production […]

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