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 on: 04 Nov 2017 - 04:19 
Started by Michael Blanton - Last post by streetlaw
I had no idea... RIP.

 12 
 on: 30 Oct 2017 - 14:45 
Started by Michael Blanton - Last post by Jeffrey
A favorite of mine.  Thanks for the legacy.

 13 
 on: 23 Oct 2017 - 15:57 
Started by Michael Blanton - Last post by babybreese
Mondo's LE of BLOOD SPATTERED BRIDE is now available for pre order.
Go get it! ( unless you are waiting on the Subkultur, of course )
http://mondomacabro.bigcartel.com/product/the-blood-spattered-bride

 14 
 on: 20 Oct 2017 - 14:58 
Started by Michael Blanton - Last post by martino1705
Such sad news.......RIP Umberto.

I feel a double bill of Rome armed to the teeth and eyeball coming on!

 15 
 on: 20 Oct 2017 - 06:30 
Started by Michael Blanton - Last post by KommissarX
Oh no! Umberto Lenzi was a true jack-of-all-trades and one of the key figures in the Golden Age of Italian genre cinema. I think there might not be one genre he did not try his hand at during his long career. While I guess many of us got a first glimpse of his oeuvre through his thrillers and horror films, his great contributions to the poliziotteschi cannot be emphasised enough. It's very sad to realise this one-of-a-kind maverick is no longer around. Some of my earliest memories of Italian genre movies are inseparably linked to this man's name. A legend is gone but his gialli, crime and horror films will stand the test of time. R.I.P. Umberto!

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 on: 19 Oct 2017 - 17:51 
Started by Michael Blanton - Last post by Michael Blanton
Umberto Lenzi started his career as a film critic and writer before directing spaghetti westerns and action dramas. Later on in his career, he branched out into the horror genre and became one of the greatest giallo thriller and Italian exploitation creators of all time. He’s most known for Italian and European hits like So Sweet, So Perverse (1969), An Ideal Place to Kill (1971), Seven Blood Stained Orchids (1972), Sacrifice (1972), Knife of Ice (1972), Spasmo (1974), Eaten Alive (1980), The House of Witchcraft (1989), Hell’s Gate (1989), House of Lost Souls (1989), Nightmare Beach (1989) and Black Demons (1991). His contributions to American cinema can be found in Almost Human (1974), Eyeball (1975), Nightmare City (1980), Cannibal Ferox (1981) and Ghosthouse (1988).

https://www.horrorsociety.com/2017/10/19/breaking-cult-italian-director-umberto-lenzi-passed-away/

 17 
 on: 18 Oct 2017 - 14:32 
Started by prospero - Last post by broonage
There's a shed load of Hammer flicks coming our way. Having a hard time keeping up, I made a list on SGM forums a few years ago, but gave up lol.

 18 
 on: 17 Oct 2017 - 15:16 
Started by prospero - Last post by Jonny
I heard they are charging an extra 6 pounds for the script 'freebie'.

I’ve no idea about that, all I know is that it’s £2 dearer than it is on Amazon. At least it was on Saturday when I ordered via Network.

 19 
 on: 17 Oct 2017 - 14:55 
Started by prospero - Last post by babybreese
I heard they are charging an extra 6 pounds for the script 'freebie'.

 20 
 on: 16 Oct 2017 - 10:39 
Started by prospero - Last post by Jonny
Network are shipping these now, I’ve just had an email saying it’s on the way.

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