A pair of neighboring apartment dwellers must contend with police, jealous lovers, and highway traffic in the Spanish countryside to hide an awful crime.
Big lapels, great hair, horny academics, and salty fisherman collide on a lonely island in this early 1970s British proto-slasher flavored with mystery and seaweed.
Also known as CRAZED BEAST, this is a lean and lively 1970s bus hijacking b-movie from Toei Movie Company that leaves a bloody trail of wreckage in its wake.
This is a lean and mean 1970s yakuza exploitation picture that plays with a lot of genre tropes – rival groups, old ways versus young guns, etc. – all capped off by a deeply fatalistic streak. And mannequins!
Bob Rafelson and a great ensemble cast demonstrate that Atlantic City during the winter in the 1970s is a terrible time and place to hatch a madcap real estate scheme.
All of the genre elements of this film — martial arts, blaxploitation, gang warfare, police procedural, and man-in-a-suit monster tropes — work well individually and in combination. Of course they do! People are out there eating Mountain Dew & Doritos donuts for fuck’s sake.