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Tag: Joseph Cotten

Two Flags West (1950)

With an opportunity presenting itself to select a Joseph Cotten movie thanks to Maddy’s Classic Film site and Crystal of In The Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood playing host […]

Guyana : Cult of the Damned (1979)

  Partly biographical, partly exploitation in covering the atrocities of the misguided Reverend Jim Jones Cult from director Rene Cardona Jr. that sees former Oscar Nominee, Stuart Whitman, taking on […]

Soylent Green (1973)

Food is the driving force of the plot in this bleak futuristic tale from director Richard Fleischer that stars the iconic Charlton Heston, and in his final screen role, the legendary […]

Baron Blood (1972)

As if plucked from a table full of discarded Vincent Price scripts, Joseph Cotton continued his journey into the world of horror and fantasy in the this delicious thriller by […]

The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971)

Black humor rules the day when Vincent Price stars in one of his most memorable roles to genre fans. That of Dr. Anton Phibes. Colorful, not nearly as graphic as […]

The Killer is Loose (1956)

Before Robert Mitchum’s brutish killer Max Cady cast a long shadow over movie goers in 1962’s Cape Fear, look no further than a surprisingly intense performance from Wendell Corey as a […]

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 […]

Touch of Evil (1958) An Appreciation

Amazing, brilliant, ahead of it’s time, edge of your seat……etc. I sure do love it when my sons come back from ‘the movie room” and ask if I’d like to […]

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