Unfairly overlooked 70s modern western: VIGILANTE FORCE review


A small town comes under attack from a group of peculiar-looking rednecks, so a no-nonsense Vietnam veteran (Kris Kristofferson – in his prime) is hired by the residents More...

There’s a new boss in town: BATTLE OF THE GODFATHERS review

Battle of the Godfathers

I’m a sucker for Eurocrime, especially the mafia films, and the other day I found a good one called Battle of the Godfathers on an old VHS tape – It really deserves More...

Beasts and boobs: WHEN DINOSAURS RULED THE EARTH review

When Dinosaurs...

Hammer Film’s follow-up to the successful One Million Years B.C. is set in an ancient past when humans and dinosaurs co-exist. I can hear you saying “But the More...

The Humanoid

At least the babes look nice: THE HUMANOID review

This is a painfully bad, yet strangely fascinating and campy spaghetti sci-fi film; An Italian Star Wars rip-off about a beefy Darth Vader lookalike called Lord Graal (Ivan More...

Oh Mario Bava, how you delight me: 5 DOLLS FOR AN AUGUST MOON review

I have a soft spot for Giallo, and I’ve just seen Mario Bava’s underrated Giallo 5 Dolls For An August Moon. Here’s the plot: A Rich industrialist invites More...

Sword in one hand, baby oil in the other: THE ADVENTURES OF HERCULES trailer


Above is the trailer for The Adventures of Hercules (1985, aka. Hercules 2) – Luigi Cozzi’s goofy sequel to More...

Fun ‘Indy’ knock off from Antonio Margheriti: THE ARK OF THE SUN GOD

The Ark of the Sun God

Below, trailer for Antonio Margheriti’s Ark of the Sun God (1984), a cheesy Italian Raiders of the Lost More...


Brutal… Evil… Ghastly beyond belief: Vintage VHS Cover Art, Part 22

Here’s another nostalgic look at the big clunky VHS tapes from the good old days. These beautiful things were put on..
Cry Onion

How the West was fun: Enzo G. Castellari’s CRY ONION review

Comical spaghetti westerns aren’t for everyone. Holy mother of God, most Italian slapstick westerns suck ass! And many fans believe all..
Menahem Golan

RIP Menahem Golan (1929 – 2014)

“I make films, love them, sometimes I also do an excellent job. I don’t consider myself an Ingmar Bergman, I don’t make..