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Five Great Seventies Sci-Fi Movies That Should Never Be Forgotten, But Never Be Remade!

by  |  September 2nd, 2017  |  Blog

Five Great Seventies Sci-Fi Movies That Should Never Be Forgotten, But Never Be Remade!

Five Great Seventies Sci-Fi Movies That Should Never Be Forgotten, But Never Be Remade!


The Deadly Trackers (1973)

by  |  January 9th, 2012  |  Western

The Deadly Trackers (1973)

Sheriff Sean Kilpatrick is a Sheriff from the town of Santa Rosa who has become famous for his successful pacifist Policing of Santa Rosa… That is until his Son and Wife are murdered by a gang of cut throat crooks… Now Sean will stop at nothing to murder this gang as revenge for the murder of his family! (So much so that he is actually willing to travel in to Mexico and tangle with the law to get the gang his killed his family!)


A Brief History Of The Lesser Known Or Forgotten Action Star!

by  |  December 16th, 2011  |  Blog

A Brief History Of The Lesser Known Or Forgotten Action Star!

For the past few months I have been doing a lot of research in to movie history, you know the various genre’s and actors and the like. Now last night I got to thinking that for my generation, everyone knows about action stars such as Dolph Lundgren online viagra (Retrograde), Jean-Claude Van Damme (Bloodsport), and […]


The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad (1973)

by  |  November 22nd, 2011  |  Fantasy

The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad (1973)

After a rough storm which brought Sinbad and his crew to the shores of the Kingdom of Moravia. The Vizier there, makes a request of Sinbad and his crew… This request being to protect two magical talismans and to go on a quest to find the third one, and the fountain of destiny before an evil sorcerer by the name of Koura does, and ends up descending Moravia in to chaos and darkness!


Baba Yaga Is Coming To Blu-Ray!

by  |  November 22nd, 2011  |  News

Baba Yaga Is Coming To Blu-Ray!

That’s right folks, according to Blue Underground: The psychedlic exploitation shocker, that first saw the light of day back in 1973… Baba Yaga. A horror movie which was directed by Corrado Farina (I tre volti di Tarzan), and which starred: Carroll Baker (The Flower With The Deadly Sting), George Eastman (Scalawag) and Isabelle De Funès […]


Invasion Of The Bee Girls (1973)

by  |  October 26th, 2011  |  Exploitation, Sci Fi

Invasion Of The Bee Girls (1973)

Something is happening to the men of Peckham… No matter what their age, they all seem to be slowly dying from to much sex! With that said, an agent with the State Department is sent in to investigate this situation when it is discovered that the first death was a scientist at a government facility! The result that he will find, is something that no one could have ever expected!


Top 10 Horror Movies For Halloween 2011

by  |  October 14th, 2011  |  Blog

Top 10 Horror Movies For Halloween 2011

Halloween… A great time of the year… If your like me then it is that one time of the year that you can justify picking up some great junk food and a whole ton of classic horror movies, and just enjoy a fun horror movie marathon! With that said cialis pills , I thought that […]


My Top 10 Favorite Hybrid Movies: by Nathan Strack

by  |  July 29th, 2011  |  Blog

My Top 10 Favorite Hybrid Movies: by Nathan Strack

Recently I have been watching a lot of really old movies, stuff from the 1930s on up to the 1950s, partly because some of these films I have always wanted to see, The Crawling Eye (1958) is one that I have wanted to see since childhood. Another one that I have watched recently is I […]


From the Original Pressbook: ‘Coffy’ (1973)

by  |  May 21st, 2011  |  Blog, Exploitation

From the Original Pressbook: 'Coffy' (1973)

Back in the old days of cinema a company existed called National Screen Service. Or NSS for short. NSS was in charge and responsible for all the advertising and promotion of all the films in Hollywood. Big and small, NSS would cut trailers, radio spots, lobby cards, 1 sheets, half sheets, inserts heralds, you name it.


The Hang Out: The Teen Comedies Of Yore…

by  |  May 5th, 2011  |  Blog

The Hang Out: The Teen Comedies Of Yore...

The 1950s through really the 1990s was a very interesting time for movies.  This time I am not talking about the individual actual, factual decades (although each one of those decades were great in their own right.)  No, in this case I am talking about the decades that individual story lines are based in. What […]


Westworld (1973)

by  |  April 30th, 2011  |  Sci Fi

Westworld (1973)

Writer / Director Michael Crichton (The Andromeda Strain, Coma, Jurassic Park) has the uncanny ability to pit science and technology against man like no other. Usually in his stories, man has overstepped a bit and it’s up to science to teach him a cold hard lesson. And why not? Crichton has developed his own special […]


My Name Is Nobody (1973)

by  |  January 17th, 2011  |  Western

My Name Is Nobody (1973)

Two things go straight to a man’s heart, bullets and gold. -Leader of the Wild Bunch The Unheralded Classic Cool Movie you should know about today is Mio nome è Nessuno, Il (1973), or by it’s USA title, My Name Is Nobody. Don’t let the Italian fool ya, it’s in English and it’s good. One […]


The Wicker Man (1973)

by  |  December 12th, 2010  |  Thriller

The Wicker Man (1973)

Filmed against the beautiful, ominous, and green backdrop of Scotland, The Wicker Man will take you back to a time when we worshipped the earth and the sun. A time where you had to give to get.


Fantastic Planet (1973)

by  |  December 11th, 2010  |  Animation

Fantastic Planet (1973)

Fantastic Planet is a ground-breaking animated science fiction film by René Laloux. It’s combination of colorful, dream-like landscapes and unique story earned it the special jury prize at the 1973 Cannes Film Festival.

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