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Two-Lane Blacktop (1971) | This road movie cult classic is Top Gear for petrolheads and indie film freaks

Two-Lane Blacktop (which got its US release on 7 July 1971) is one of the most celebrated road movies ever and a key film of the New American Cinema era that was made during a period when US film-makers were experimenting with a series of counterculture offerings like 1969’s… 396 more words

Must-See

Beast from Haunted Cave (1959)

Director: Monte Hellman

Director Monte Hellman would make a claim for his status as a major director only five years after the release of this oft-derided low-budget horror picture. 214 more words

Reviews

Horrible Horror - Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! (1989)

I don’t know what else you would be expecting from a title like this.  So this is about the psychotic Ricky Caldwell (Bill Mosely) who wakes up from a coma.   462 more words

Review

The Shooting (1966)

This is a movie I’ve been planning to see for quite a while now. Yesterday finally got around to it. Monte Hellman‘s “The Shooting… 776 more words

Moving pictures, #35

Your usual selection of classics and obscurities. I’m going to have to find something new to post about when I’ve finished these– oh wait, I’m supposed to be a science fiction writer, I can always post about that, you know, science fiction and writing and, er, books… 1,538 more words

Films

Film Review: China 9, Liberty 37 (1978, directed by Monte Hellman)

Directed by the legendary Monte Hellman, China 9, Liberty 37 is a revisionist take on the western genre.  Fabio Testi plays Clayton Drumm, a legendary gunslinger who is about to be hung for murder.   613 more words

Film

Monte Hellman's "Road to Nowhere" Takes Us Back to the Crossroads Where Movies took a Wrong Turn, and Sets Them Right Again

There is no shortage of movies about making movies. Plenty of them, from “The Big Knife” to Contempt,” have been damn good. But none of them comes close to “Road to Nowhere,” a movie that goes outside what most people think a movie is supposed to be. 1,310 more words