Intelligent and disturbing giallo: WHO SAW HER DIE? review

Who Saw Her Die?

Before Don’t Look Now came… Who Saw Her Die? In this well-crafted giallo from cult director Aldo Lado (Short Night of Glass Dolls), former James Bond George Lazenby More...

Jess Franco weirdness at its wildest: GOLDEN TEMPLE AMAZONS review

Golden Temple Amazons

If you find the mysterious fortress, will you live to tell the tale? A girl is raised in the jungle by an Amazon tribe (who are all blonde Scandinavian babes for some reason) More...

Gills and Thrills: DESTINATION INNER SPACE Review

Destination Inner Space

A classic, or a yawner? Well, it’s not unequivocally one or the other. Destination centers invariably on a research operation team in a sea lab monitoring an ‘unidentified More...

The Boss

One of the greatest mafia films ever made: THE BOSS review

The final film in Fernando Di Leo’s ridiculously cool ”Milieu Trilogy” also including Milano Calibro 9 (1972) and Manhunt (1972) is an absolute masterpiece More...

Black Belly of the Tarantula: Another must see for giallo addicts

Above, a set of lobby cards from the 1971 Italian giallo masterpiece The Black Belly of the Tarantula with Giancarlo Giannini and Bond girls Barbara Bouchet, Barbara Bach More...

Where we dump our human garbage: TERMINAL ISLAND trailer

Terminal Island

Below, trailer for Terminal Island (1973) with Phyllis Davis (Sweet Sugar) and future Magnum P. I. cast members Tom Selleck More...

They’re women… They’re warm… They’re wildcats: SWEET SUGAR trailer

Sweet Sugar

Below, trailer for Sweet Sugar (1972) – a silly, fun women in prison film (or WIP) directed by the genius More...

The Beyond

There’s nothing quite like… vintage VHS cover art, part 21

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..
Black Belly

Black Belly of the Tarantula: Another must see for giallo addicts

Above, a set of lobby cards from the 1971 Italian giallo masterpiece The Black Belly of the Tarantula with Giancarlo Giannini and..