Meet the neighbors... in Judy

Judy

March 25, 2018 Matt Blake 0

Although it’s not of the same level of the jump that, say, Johannes Roberts made between Forest of the Damned (2005) and F (2010), Judy (2014) still marks a considerable improvement over both Emanuele De Santi’s previous film Adam Chaplin (2011) and the other productions previously put together by the Necrostorm production company

George Hilton in War Fever, aka Salt in the Wound

War Fever

March 20, 2018 Matt Blake 0

Two murderers are court-martialed and sentenced to die in front of the firing squad. One (Klaus Kinski) is a looter who had shot a protesting shopkeeper, the other (Rai Saunders) a coloured private who angrily killed a racist colleague.

War is hell... The Battle of El Alamein

The Battle of El Alamein

December 23, 2017 Matt Blake 0

Despite being second billed here, George Hilton really only has a minor role as a British Lieutenant. The main purpose of his character is to act as a humanising force to the hero, Giorgio (Frederick Stafford).

The Walking Dea... oh, no, it's Age of the Dead

Age of the Dead

December 18, 2017 Matt Blake 0

Marco Ristori and Luca Boni appear to consider themselves modern day successors to Lucio Fulci, the Italian maestro behind zombie classics such as The Beyond, City of the Living Dead and The House By the Cemetary.

The woods are alive with the sound of... Howl.

Howl

November 15, 2017 Matt Blake 0

Director: Paul Hyett Writers: Mark Huckerby, Nick Ostler Stars: Ed Speleers, Holly Weston, Shauna Macdonald It’s not meant as an insult by any means, but […]

A close shave for George Hilton in Dead for a Dollar

Dead for a Dollar

November 10, 2017 Matt Blake 1

Roy (Gordon Mitchell) fakes his own death in order to bamboozle his old partners by burying their stolen booty in his coffin. He enlists Glenn (George Hilton) to help him. The Colonel (John Ireland) and Portugese (Piero Vida) are not so easily fooled.

Gabriele Spinelli contemplates the evidence of visitors in The Last Man on Earth

The Last Man on Earth

November 6, 2017 Matt Blake 0

2011 was a decent year for Italian science fiction, what with the release of the superior The Arrival of Wang and Gian Alfonso Pacinotti’s distinctly odd but rather engrossing The Last Man on Earth (L’ultimo terrestre).