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  1. Blu-ray Review: "The Assassin" (1961)

    Alfredo Martelli (Marcello Mastroianni) is picked up by the police in his apartment without justification. In the precinct, he slowly discovers what is the investigation about as we find out details about his life.

    Director Elio Petri made a large handful of classic films. His best known, "Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion" (1970), was about the police force. "The Working Class Goes to Heaven" (1971) focused on the worker's condition. And "Property ...
  2. Aaron's Blood - Press Release and Trailer Right Here!

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    Hot off the presses from our pals over at Katrina Wan PR comes the news of a new horror flick hitting select theaters on June 2nd, then On-Demand services and digital on June 6th. The title is called AARON'S BLOOD, and we were lucky enough to get graced with the press release and the latest trailer, so read on, then feast your peepers on the visuals - ENJOY!

    DIRECTOR: Tommy Stovall

    WRITER: Tommy Stovall

    CAST: ...

    Updated 05-05-2017 at 03:50 PM by bronxtko

  3. DVD Review: "Tunnel" (2016)

    A man is on his way home when the poorly constructed tunnel he is driving through collapses, leaving him trapped.

    "Tunnel" comes to us from writer-director Seong-hun Kim, who is likely not very well known in the United States, though some fans of Korean cinema may have seen his previous film, "A Hard Day" (2014). The star of "Tunnel" is Jung-woo Ha, who you will most likely recognize from "The Handmaiden" (2016), which is being heavily promoted ...
  4. Blu-ray Review: "Three Brothers" (1981)

    In a farmhouse in southern Italy, an old woman dies. Her husband summons their sons: from Rome, Raffaele, a judge facing a political case for which he risks assassination; from Naples, the religious and ideological Rocco, a counselor at a correctional institute for boys; from Turin, Nicola, a factory worker involved in labor disputes.

    "Three Brothers" is based on a work by Soviet playwright Andrei Platonov and adapted by prolific screenwriter Tonino Guerra ("Blow-Up"). ...
  5. Blu-ray Review: "Django, Prepare a Coffin" (1968)

    A gunfighter (Terence Hill) forms a gang of "deceased" execution victims to get revenge on the politician and outlaw who killed his wife.

    This film is unique among the plethora of films which capitalized on Corbucci's hit "Django" in that it is not only a semi-official, legitimate follow-up, but was also originally meant to star Franco Nero. Of course, it ultimately involved none of the same cast or crew from the original. But when it comes to spaghetti westerns, ...
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