Tag Archives: American International

Dollar Deals: Five Minutes to Live (1961) starring Johnny Cash

Sometimes when you’re diving in the bins of Dollar movies, it’s a chore. Really on several fronts. I am a compulsive buyer and bargain hunter, so when I see flicks for a buck well I don’t hold back. This is what leads me to have two or three copies of Black Cobra (which we’ll get […]

Turkey Thursday:The Town that Dreaded Sundown (1976)

When I first looked up the IMDB page for Charles Pierce I was quite impressed. I scanned down the role of credits Coffe, Black Belt Jones, and The Outlaw Josey Wales among them, but then I noticed that those credits were for set decorating. Needless to say even though all three of those movies have […]

Spirits of the Dead(1968):Fondas,Fellini,& a Fistful of Poe

While Poe adaptations in the 60’s belonged to Roger Corman and Vincent Price, today’s film found three European auteurs getting down and dirty with the works of Edgar Allan. Each of them present a singular and innovative look into the work of the macabre writer, and through the film was distributed in the states by […]

Who the F@&k is Vernon Zimmerman?: Bobbie Jo and the Outlaw (1976)

I can say with some confidence that if you’re mid-thirties or older you know Linda Carter from her years as Wonder Woman. There’s probably a good many of you who know Marjoe Gortner, the child evangelist who grew up and starred in B-movies like Starcrash and Mausoleum. Some of you may even know director Mark […]

LBL Feature Presentation: Mario Bava’s Black Sunday

It’s the end of the month, and so that sadly brings us to the end of the Mario Bava feature. Don’t fret though, there’s so much more Bava I want to cover. After all there’s still vikings, space vampires, sex comedies, spaghetti westerns, Vincent Price, and still more giallo waiting to be covered. So surely […]