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Director of Photography: Riccardo Pallottini

Director: Antonio Margheriti

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Assignment: Outer Space - an early Italian classic space opera

Assignment: Outer Space is one of the first films from personal favourite director Antonio Margheriti and one of the first Italian sci-fi space operas.

It’s all futuristic spacesuits (thankfully with everyone’s code number on the back of the all purpose jump suits in case people forget who’s who) and much acting based around weightlessness. 98 more words


Steele Rules

Over at The Chiseler, a profile of Barbara Steele, featuring the words of Daniel Riccuito, Jennifer Matsui, John Strausbaugh…  and Miss Steele herself. And apart from her contribution, I bet ya can’t tell who wrote what! 255 more words


Cannibal Apocalypse: small scale horror classic

Sleazy, graphic and with one of the most improbable motorbike chases of all time, Cannibal Apocalypse is somewhat of a cult classic.

You could be forgiven when the film opens if you’re wondering exactly where the film might be going but trust me, an unexpected moment is a portent of things to come. 201 more words


Cannibal Apocalypse (1980)

Before we get to the review, here’s a picture of me holding two DVDs I purchased at Thomas Video in Clawson, MI (metro Detroit).  The store is sadly closing, signaling the end of the longest running video store ever. 657 more words


Gentlemen's Blog to Midnite Cinema: Lightning Bolt

Frolicking Afield over at the Gentlemen’s Blog to Midnite Cinema again, the official companion to the Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnite Cinema podcast. And this time I’m talking Antonio Margheriti, James Bond rip-off Eurospy films, and… 31 more words

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