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Movies Till Dawn: Street Fighting Men and Women

“The Street Fighter Collection” (1974, Shout! Select) Lunatic martial arts action trilogy starring grindhouse favorite Sonny Chiba (“Kill Bill”) as Tatsuma Surugi (Terry Surugy in the English dub), a gleefully malevolent killing machine who laid waste to both sides of … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: The Saturday Morning Strange – “Godmonster of Indian Flats” (1973)

The irresistible force paradox – which asks us to consider what happens if an unstoppable object collides with an irresistible force – is put to the test in this bizarre hybrid of science fiction, experimental film and underground comedy. Virginia … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: A Salvo of Saturday Morning Strange

“Schlock” (1973, Turbine Media Group) A murder spree in a Southern California suburb is revealed to be the work of the Schlockthropus, a mostly befuddled ape man whose unrequited affection for blind Eliza Garrett/Roberts – she thinks he’s a dog … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: What You Could Be Watching This Weekend (Delinquent Spirits Edition)

“Pastor Paul” (2015, IndiePix) Pressed into playing the ghost of Hamlet’s father in a Ghanaian film, white mathematician Benjamin (co-writer/producer/director Jules David Bartkowski) appears to become possessed by a real spirit, and sets out to find help from both the … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: The Saturday Morning Strange – “The Sword and the Claw” (1975)

Delirious costume adventure with prolific Turkish action star Cuneyt Arkin in two roles: as Suleyman/Solomon, wise and exceptionally well-coiffured Ottoman ruler, and his son Aslan, who avenges his father’s death at the hands of his second-in-command, Antoine (Lee Van Cleef-lookalike … Continue reading

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Movies Till Dawn: The Saturday Morning Strange – “The Zodiac Killer” (1971)

Audacious no-budget thriller which attempted to put both an identity and a motive behind the titular  murderer, who was still at large in northern California (and remains as such) at the time of its release. Here, the Zodiac is revealed … Continue reading

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