Fuller felt that this film, an experiment in audience revulsion as what was presented to them, would bring his underlined message of the evil of racism.
William Peter Blatty’s Original Cut of Exorcist III The Exorcist III is the official sequel to the landmark and still unnerving The Exorcist (1973) and is a… Read more “Legion (1990)”
The films ending is one of the ‘highlights’ of the movie and a great talking point amongst fans of the genre as you are expecting a typical ending and you are instead given what can be described as a downbeat finale
The Revenge of Frankenstein was Hammer Studios first sequel to it’s very successful The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) reviewed here https://cultofthecinema.wordpress.com/2016/10/02/the-curse-of-frankenstein-1957/. Starring Peter Cushing, once again reprising… Read more “The Revenge Of Frankenstein (1958)”
Original Title: Zui Quran Drunken Master is an early milestone in the early career of actor Jackie Chan and an example of director Woo-Ping Yuen’s masterful choreography… Read more “Drunken Master (1978)”
The Eliminators was produced by long time budget movie producer Charles Band, who, over his varied career introduced the Trancers series, the Puppet Master series and this… Read more “The Eliminators (1986)”
Munro never said a bad word about Hammer Studio’s, like many of the actors and technicians that worked for Hammer, the whole ‘family’ feel of the environment has always been a constant theme and Munro reiterated that.
So another year of Cinematic delights have passed by and this years offerings have been very eclectic and original (in some cases). Truth be told, Cinema is… Read more “Cult of the Cinema’s Favourite Films of 2019”
I first came across Jeff Liberman’s Blue Sunshine back in the early 1980’s where the film’s poster adored the walls of three independent Video Rental Stores in… Read more “Blue Sunshine (1977)”
Screening at the London Film Festival 2019 In A Restored Print Illustrious Corpses directed by Francesco Rossi is a crime thriller set in Italy which has had… Read more “Illustrious Corpses (1976)”