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Lucrezia, Monthly Film Bulletin Review

To make a film about the Borgias without either poisonings or parricides must in itself rate as some kind of achievement… Continue reading

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Marcello Baldi

I was just doing some research on director Marcello Baldi, who I know as the director of the decent eurospy effort Countdown to Doomsday (66) and the Gina Lollobrigida vehicle Stuntman (68). Continue reading

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Dracula Blows His Cool

By the end of the 1970s, the exploitation genre was in something of a lull across the whole of Europe.  In Germany, much as in Italy and Spain, the traditional genres were finding it hard to compete at the box … Continue reading

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