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The Assassin (1952)

aka Venetian Bird

Richard Todd finds himself in hot water during his escapades in Venice while looking for a man long thought dead. Todd arrives by ferry and from the outset seems to be a man of mystery. 566 more words

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The Art of Gilling

My respect for John Gilling is rising as I begin to see him more as the idiosyncratic weirdball he was, rather than as a jobbing journeyman, my earlier impression. 886 more words


Blu-ray review: Blood and Black Lace

Starring: Cameron Mitchell, Eva Bartok
Director: Mario Bava

For many film buffs, Mario Bava has to rank as one of cinema’s greatest visual stylists, and there’s perhaps no better exhibition of his talents than Blood and Black Lace, his genre-defining giallo from 1964. 805 more words


Blood and Black Lace Review: Strike a Bloody Pose

Words: Brody Rossiter
Twitter: @BrodyRossiter


Mario Bava’s 1965 classic, Blood and Black Lace, is one of the earliest and most influential examples of the murderous sub-genre of Italian thrillers and horror fiction adaptations that would become known as “giallo”. 339 more words


The Crimson Pirate (1952) - An Exuberant, Athletic Pirate Film

One of the most exuberant and athletic adventure movies, let alone pirate movies, that you will ever see is The Crimson Pirate, with Burt Lancaster, Nick Cravat, Eva Bartok and directed by Robert Siodmak. 1,103 more words


Blood and Black Lace (1964)

Blood and Black Lace (1964)

Country: Italy

Director: Mario Bava

Main Stars: Cameron Mitchell, Eva Bartok, Thomas Reiner,Ariana Gorini, Mary Arden, Lea Lander

Storyline: … 172 more words


The Crimson Pirate (1952)

Adventure, comedy, technicolor and a rousing score with Burt Lancaster front and center!

Burt Lancaster in his prime is a sight to behold. This film plays to the Lancaster strengths ranging from utilizing the body of an athlete to flashing his million dollar smile. 370 more words

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