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Review: 'Blacula'

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Count Dracula has a black counterpart. Following a prolog located in Transylvania (where else?), when Count Dracula places the vampire curse upon an African prince and condemns him to the realm of…

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Review: 'The Other'

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The apparently sluggish opening reels of The Other subsequently justify themselves among many other mind-engrossing plot twists in this occult shocker. The film [written by actor Tom Tryon from his…

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Review: 'Pulp'

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A crime fictionalist (Michael Caine) reluctantly enters the reality of his own fantasies in Pulp, a reasonably entertaining piece of rococo recall [shot on Malta], at its best as visual camp. The…

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Review: 'Heat'

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Paul Morrissey, who made Flesh and Trash for the Andy Warhol Factory Group, always had a soft spot for the so-called Hollywood film. In fact, he often claimed he was making Hollywood films, albeit…

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Review: 'The Getaway'

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The Getaway has several things going for it: Sam Peckinpah's hard-action direction, this time largely channeled into material destruction, although fast-cut human bloodlettings occur frequently…

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Review: 'Kidnapped'

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Combination of Robert Louis Stevenson's Kidnapped and its lesser-known sequel David Balfour (titled Catriona in England) results in an intriguing adventure piece set against that period in Scottish…

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