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Sunday Night at the Movies: That Man Bolt (1973) PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 24 November 2013 18:16

Sunday Night at the Movies: That Man Bolt (1973) - An 1973 action film directed by David Lowell Rich and Henry Levin. It stars Fred Williamson in the title role of a courier and Byron Webster. The film combined several genres: blaxploitation, the martial arts film, and James Bond superspy films (with some postures featuring the tagline "He's Bonded").

It was filmed in Hong Kong, Macau and the USA and featured several martial arts experts in action: Mike Stone, World Professional Light Heavyweight Karate Champion, Kenji Kazama Japan Kick-boxing Champion, Emil Farkas, European Black Belt Karate Champion, and David Chow, Former California State Judo Champion. [Wikipedia]

Frederick Robert "Fred" Williamson, nicknamed "The Hammer" (born March 5, 1938) is an American actor and former professional American football defensive back who played mainly in the American Football League during the 1960s.

He has black belts in Kenpo, Shotokan Karate, and Tae-Kwon-Do.

Since 1997 Williamson has had a home in Palm Springs, California. [Wikipedia]

 
Sunday Night at the Movies: The Stepmother (1972) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Sunday, 10 November 2013 13:45

The Stepmother - Click to View Larger... The Stepmother - Click to View Larger...Sunday Night at the Movies: The Stepmother (1972) - Returning home late one night from a business trip to Mexico, architect Frank Delgado (Alejandro Rey of "The Flying Nun) finds the car of wealthy client Alan Richmond in his driveway. Suspecting (correctly) that his wife Margo and Richmond are having an affair, Frank attacks Richmond when he steps outside and strangles him to death.

Although stunned by his action, Frank drives Richmond's body to the beach and, using a spade he brought from his home, buries the body in the sand. As he finishes the burial, Frank overhears a nearby, young, Latin couple's argument escalate into a fight, but drives away without being seen.

The next morning as the police receive a report of the discovery of two bodies at the beach, Frank and Margo are awakened by the arrival of Frank's business partner Dick Hill (Larry Linville of M*A*S*H television fame, and little else), his wife Sonya and their friends, pornographic film director Goof and his wife Rita. Although reluctant, the tense Frank agrees to accompany the others to the beach house belonging to Richmond, for whom he and Dick are building another property.

The movie then turns into an adult version of a beach party movie, before it then veers back into something resembling an episode of the NBC Mystery Movie, but with tits.

The movie also stars Katherine Justice, who also starred in episodes of Mannix, Barnaby Jones and the like, and the movie also credits BBDI favorite Claudia Jennings as "Nude." So, keep an eye out for Claudia, beacause if she's nude, as always, you're in for a treat. 

As can be expected, this gem is NSFW, and includes badly done acting, violence, and nudity. Enjoy.

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The Stepmother is available (along with the similarly themed, "The Sister-In-Law"), in the Drive-In Cult Classics movie collection at Amazon.com. 

Last Updated on Sunday, 10 November 2013 14:09
 
Sunday Night at the Movies: Fugitive Girls (1974) PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 06 October 2013 14:59

Click to view larger... Click to view larger...Sunday Night at the Movies: Fugitive Girls (1974)

Five inmates break out of a women's prison. Four of them are hardened convicts, but one is a girl who was convicted for a crime she didn't commit. As the authorities chase them down, the cons terrorize or kill anyone who gets in their way.

This gem stars sexploitation, and later, porn star Rene Bond, she of the chipmunk cheeks and pneumatic breasts. It was also directed by b-movie legend Ed Wood, who was in his waning years of productivity.

This movie was also released as "Five Loose Women." (They did this a lot with b-movies. They'd retitle them a year or so after the initial run, and re-release them with new posters. I went to quite a few drive-in movies and while watching the movie, I would experience "Deja-Vu all over again.")

This one is chock-full of violence and nudity, so consider yourself warned.

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Last Updated on Friday, 06 February 2015 11:08
 
Our Favorite Movie Posters #97: Return of Swamp ThIng PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 06 October 2013 13:49

Click to view larger... Click to view larger...Our Favorite Movie Posters #97: Return of Swamp ThIng - The Swamp Thing returns to battle the evil Dr. Arcane, who has a new science lab full of creatures transformed by genetic mutation, and chooses Heather Locklear as his new object of affection.

Good thing she's a vegetarian...

After her mother's mysterious death, Abby Arcane (Heather Locklear) travels to the Florida swamps to confront her evil stepfather Dr. Arcane (Louis Jourdan), who had been resurrected with a ludicrous explanation after his death in the first film. In an attempt to stave off the effects of aging, Dr. Arcane, assisted by Dr. Lana Zurrell (Sarah Douglas), combines genes from various swamp animals and human beings, creating an army of monsters. Dr. Arcane tries to use his stepdaughter Abby in his genetic experiments until she is rescued by Swamp Thing (Dick Durock), a scientist previously transformed into a bog creature after a confrontation with the evil doctor, and a conscience-stricken Dr. Zurrell.

 
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