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Moving pictures 2018, #27

I could claim there’s a system to the films I choose to watch, but that would be a lie. It pretty much depends on what I feel like watching – plus a host of other factors, as outlined in a previous post. 2,016 more words


The Video Nasties #79 - Cannibal Apocalypse (1980, Antonio Margheriti)

‘Is he a subversive, a queer, a black,

a commie or a Muslim fanatic?’

Memory can be a tricky thing. I remembered loving Cannibal Apocalypse when I first saw it many years ago and yet this time the film barely registered. 696 more words

Movie Reviews

Alien from the Deep - Italy, 1989

Alien from the Deep is a 1989 Italian science fiction horror film directed by Antonio Margheriti (Cannibal Apocalypse; Seven Deaths in the Cat’s Eye… 510 more words


Yor: The Hunter from the Future (1983)

35 years after its initial release in the United States, this cult classic, made from an Italian-French-Turkish mini-series, is still fun to watch and perhaps still has its catchy theme song. 607 more words


Vengeance (1968)

Plot: A massive gold heist has been pulled off, with tens of thousands in riches, but of course, not everyone plans to share the wealth as planned and that means a double cross goes down. 555 more words

Murder, He Wrote... An Exclusive Interview With DARDANO SACCHETTI

The interviews that appear on this Blog have been drawn from our extensive archives here at The House Of Freudstein, comprising conversations with film makers that have taken place at various times over the last thirty-odd (some of them… 4,300 more words