72. Lost Higway
David Lynch month continues with arguably his most challenging work. I don’t know how much I want to write about it due to the fact I will most likely confuse myself in the process, it’s a film that splits Lynch fans down the middle and I am 100% certain Lynch throws some things into the film just to fuck with you. The key to the film is remembering what Fred says whilst the...
71. La polizia incrimina la legge assolve (High...
Most peoples go to film for poliziotteschi and it really is a good film. Adding emotional elements to your average crime film, it tells the tale of one cops struggle against an International drug ring. Castellari’s films go one way or another, luckily this is on the right side of exploitation and provides the usual nasty moments along with the token poliziotteschi child death. For a film...
70. Die Hard With A Vengeance
Way to round off the trilogy perfectly (Four never happened) I may write a bit on the three films at some point in the future, also have you ever noticed how all it takes to get McLane back on his feet again is a wipe of his brow. Magician
69. Die Hard 2 : Die Harder
Or Bruce Willis takes on Franco Nero and wins. Rehasing Die Hard one but it works so well. John McLane really likes killing folk
betterneverthanlate-deactivated asked: bremen? fucking no!
67. Die Hard
A nice twenty year old print of Die Hard on a Monday night is nothing to sniff at. The perfect action film.
66. Blue Velvet
Not sure what I can say about this film that hasn’t already been said. It’s a masterpiece, a stone cold classic and has reignited my love affair with David Lynch. Next up Lost Highway and Mulholland Drive
65. Italia a mano armata (A Special Cop In Action)
The third and final Commissioner Betti film from Marino Girolami. I said the stunts in Violent Naples were good but the roof top chase in this tops them all, a real fitting finish to the Betti character. Thanks to Giallo fever for the screenshots.