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Home Alone With Two Fat Ladies... Fulci, Martino, Di Leo, Lenzi & Bava Jr On 88 Films Blu-Ray.

Picture yourself at the fag-end of 2017 / phony dawn of 2018. Christmas Day petered out shortly after Christmas dinner had been consumed, you’re too old and world-weary to give a rat’s ass about New Year’s Eve… your nearest and dearest have peeled off to do whatever it is they do, leaving you home alone with a greasy turkey leg, a tub of Quality Street now containing more cellophane than chocolate and hundreds of satellite TV channels… all screening shit, 24/7. 3,259 more words

Blu-ray / DVD Reviews

The Million Eyes of Sumuru (1967)

Does the name Harry Alan Towers mean anything to you? If you’re thinking of drive-in fodder from the late 60’s and forward that Towers produced by the dozens and wrote under the alias, Peter Welbeck than you’d be right. 746 more words

Daily Take

Aguirre, the Wrath of God review

Aguirre, the Wrath of God is unlike anything I’ve seen yet. It’s the story of a 16th century Spanish expedition to ‘El Dorado’ a mythical city paved with gold, along the Amazon river. 410 more words

'Venom' (1982): Fun exploiter needs more hiss

Frequently silly but entertaining hostage crisis nail-biter…which needed a whole lot more mamba. 2,724 more words

Film Review

Unbalanced: "La bestia uccide a sangue freddo" (1971)

            “La bestia uccide a sangue freddo”   (1971)

    “What else have you done? You moved the body and took away the weapon. Then you called the police, asking me to come immediately with maximum discretion, as if it were for a routine check, not for a massacre by a lunatic criminal!” 283 more words


Die Blaue Hand / Creature with the Blue Hand (1967)

‘It’s an ancient drawing of the secret passage; really simple to open, sir.’

A young nobleman is convicted of murder and sentenced to permanent incarceration in an asylum. 590 more words

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