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Treasure of the Amazon (1985)

Leading man Stuart Whitman is once again enlisted by writer/director Rene Cardona Jr. to star in this exploitation fare that comes in the wake of the incredible box office dollars […]

Welcome to Arrow Beach (1974)

aka Tender Flesh For his final film before his untimely death, one time Oscar nominee, Laurence Harvey, enters the world of Herschell Gordon Lewis by starring in and directing this […]

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 […]

Sands of the Kalahari (1965)

Mike’s Take On Stanley Baker Movies …. Day 4 The team who put together the 1963 winner Zulu once again joined forces for a slightly different story of man’s struggle […]

The Long Shadow of JAWS in Movie Posters

When Steven Spielberg unleashed the terror of Peter Benchley’s novel upon innocent movie goers in the summer of 1975, it opened up a whole sub genre in horror of animals […]

Darby’s Rangers (1958)

Subbing in for Charlton Heston who was originally slated to play Col. William Darby in this Wild Bill Wellman military bio, is first time leading man James Garner assuming the title role. “Maverick […]

The Land That Time Forgot (1974)

Like every generation of movie lovers, there’s bound to be some films from your early years that you know would be frowned upon by today’s crowds. Movies that hold a […]

Rio Conchos (1964)

One could argue that this western lacks an “A” list Movie Star, but in my world Richard Boone is a whole lot more fun to watch then plenty of those […]

Captain Apache (1971)

Satire? Perhaps. Psychedelic? Could Be. The Lee Van Cleef factor? Bullseye! Not only does Lee take the title role but he croons the closing song April Morning. Had I been […]

The White Buffalo (1977)

A thundering spectacle! A shattering experience!” What more could one ask for when joining up for a blogathon celebrating nature’s fury kindly hosted by Cinematic Catharsis. It’s a welcome opportunity […]

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 […]

The Cat Creature (1973)

I freely admit I have a fondness for the thrillers that television would regularly feature as the movie of the week. They were creepy when your a kid and quite […]

China Doll (1958)

He man Victor Mature stars here as a tough as nails flight leader during WW2 who doesn’t suffer fools gladly. While stationed in China Mature is known to hit the […]

Crime of Passion (1957)

A match made in Noir heaven. Barbara Stanwyck and Sterling Hayden! Now if we only had a script worthy of this monumental pairing. I don’t mean to sound disappointed but […]

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