MGM’s limited release of one of Arnold Schwarzenegger’s first films may be worth checking out just for the fact that he plays a fiddle in the movie.Continue Reading
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Studio: MGM DVD-R Release: July 3rd, 2012 Perfectly sleazy low rent B-Noir, The Cat Burglar is no great trail blazer but it’s fun and fast (65 minutes fast) and gets the job done. The plot may seem overly familiar (even if it wasn’t a blatant rip-off of Pickup on South Street) but it lays on […]Continue Reading
Studio: MGM DVD-R Release: June 28, 2012 Early 70’s crime drama with Roy Scheider as a mob hit man, Angie Dickinson as a mobster’s wife and Ann-Margret as a cocktail waitress at a strip club. That cast alone should be enough for you to see this little known film.Continue Reading
Studio: MGM DVD-R Release: May 2012 While I watched The House on Garibaldi Street, I couldn’t help but pick out the similarities and differences between this film and Steven Spielberg’s Munich. One noticable difference is that House is really boring.Continue Reading
Studio: MGM DVD-R Release: March 27th, 2012 The Big Night follows milquetoast teenager George La Main. After his father is mercilessly beaten by newspaperman Al Judge and his group of thugs, George steals his fathers revolver and goes out for revenge.Continue Reading
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