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Creature (1985)

Not having seen this since it came out on VHS in what I imagine looking back was the year of it’s release, I recalled it as another Alien rip-off. Now […]

Machine Gun McCain (1969)

The legendary John Cassavetes was probably considered a hot commodity at the time that this Italian gangland feature found it’s way into movie houses. He’d just scored an Oscar nomination […]

Nosferatu in Venice (1988)

aka … Nosferatu a Venezia, aka … Prince of The Night, aka Vampire In Venice and who knows how many other vampire themed titles. Yes I’ve seen Murnau’s 1922 silent […]

Web of the Spider (1971)

Remaking one’s own film isn’t exactly a common occurrence but it has been done before. Look no further than Alfred Hitchcock to realize that even the great ones attempt to […]

The Million Eyes of Sumuru (1967)

Does the name Harry Alan Towers mean anything to you? If you’re thinking of drive-in fodder from the late 60’s and forward that Towers produced by the dozens and wrote […]

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 […]

Circus of Fear (1966)

aka Psycho-Circus Take equal parts Christopher Lee, Klaus Kinski, Margaret Lee, Leo Genn, Suzy Kendall backed by producer Harry Alan Towers and director John Llewelyn Moxey and voila…… you have […]

Five Golden Dragons (1967)

I know Robert Cummings is the star of this Harry Alan Towers production but let’s be honest here, my main interest in this film are the four guest stars who […]

The Ruthless Four (1968)

With at least two classics of the western genre under his belt, Van Heflin joined in the exodus to Europe with an international cast for a tale of gold, greed […]

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 […]

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 […]

Wrapping Up My Second Year On Line

“Made it Ma. Top of the world.” Two straight years on line with at least one posting per day. Getting something on here has become part of my daily routine […]

The Great Silence (1968)

From director Sergio Corbucci comes a “spaghetti” western I have long heard of and finally got the chance to see for myself. Generally when I have come across a comment […]

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