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A Movie A Day #156: Slaughter (1972, directed by Jack Starrett)

The Mafia just pissed off the wrong ex-Green Beret.

After his father is blown up by a car bomb, Captain Slaughter (Jim Brown) single handily wipes out the Cleveland mob.   306 more words


Slumming With Cameron Mitchell .... A Triple Feature

Picking up where I left off poking a bit of fun while Slumming With David Carradine, I selected Mr. Cameron Mitchell for the second go around of less than stellar films featuring a well known face to classic movie fans and an actor that I always liked during my early years of film discovery. 1,647 more words

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Play MST3K for Me: Space Mutiny

Each issue Lorihajitura takes a look at one of the so bad they’re good films featured on Mystery Science Theatre 3000 – the Comedy Central/Sci-Fi Channel cult show from the late 80s and through the 1990s. 1,002 more words

Issue 002


Ask most western fans what their favorite Paul Newman western is, and I’d say 9 times out of 10, you’d get “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid” back. 798 more words


By Cameron Mitchell

That day started with the smell of an April morning rain on the Pacific Coast Highway outside of Malibu, which was followed by the blinding sun’s glare off of the whitecaps as the frothy sea met the shore and found us binging on the taste of sashimi…caught, cleaned and eaten right on the pier.   910 more words

Short Story

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

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