Gang War in Naples is a film with a veneer of class. It has a stately pace, epic feel and – the major selling point – quite excellent cinematography from Giulio Albonico
Red Coat is a rather peripheral entry into the White Fang series of films. It has all the key elements of the genre – snowy, mountainous settings, big men in fur coats, copious sledge riding, imperilled child protagonist – except one: it doesn’t feature a dog.
This is one of those releases that is simply unmissable: a pristine new release of Aldo Florio’s long obscure spaghetti western Dead Men Ride, complete with a lengthy interview with the director. Get your orders…
Fresh out of jail for car theft, American lowlife Floyd (Fabio Testi) is given 48 hours to get out of Canada, which gives him just enough time to hook up with his old cellmate, Joe (Eli Wallach), and rob a jewelry store.