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Erik the Conqueror (1961)

This tale of Vikings at odds with Britain comes from the man who had unleashed the terrors of Black Sunday just one year prior to this outdoor adventure, Mario Bava.  947 more words

Daily Take

Calamity Jane reclaimed

One Eyed Man Productions in association with Neglected Musicals and Hayes Theatre Co, Sydney, March 10.

The high-falutin’ way to describe director Richard Carroll’s Calamity Jane… 814 more words

Musical Theatre

A Collection of Low Budget Sci-Fi/Horror Flicks, 80's VHS Style

Having accumulated more movies than the average film goer is more than obvious to those who have gotten to know me either personally or through the blog here at Mike’s Take. 1,458 more words

Daily Take

REVIEW: Revenge of the Bushido Blade (1978)

1978, Pelifilm/Koinonia Films

Jay Wertz
Leo Fong
Frank E. Johnson
Kim Ramos
Galen Thompson
Frank E. Johnson… 685 more words

Action Films

Screamers (1979)

When I was a kid, the box art for Screamers scared the hell out of me. Just look at that guy on the cover! Hell, it unnerved me when I was in my 20s and had to stare at the box all day while working in the video store. 586 more words

70s Horror

"The Dream of Hamish Mose" (1969; Partially Found)

Almost since the era of film began, Westerns have been a prime target for storytelling. From the silent classic, The Great Train Robbery, to the adventures of Tom Mix, Roy Rogers, John Wayne, and fictional characters such as The Lone Ranger and Zorro. 1,939 more words


Blood and Black Lace

If the giallo of the 1970s evolved from the early proto-giallo of Mario Bava, then Bava’s work itself grew out of a fascination with Hitchcockian thrillers. 2,513 more words

Film & TV