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  • Fando and Lis

    ★★★

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    ★★★

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  • To Ingrid, My Love, Lisa

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  • Fando and Lis

    Fando and Lis

    ★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    I work in a basement with no windows all day, writing words for people about things that are sometimes beyond me, sitting in meetings with people way more important than me and then I take a break and write all night about all manner of subjects, sneaking in writing on this site when I can, but let me tell you, I’ve been writing so many emails that are so technical and in so many of those meetings that I felt…

  • Inga

    Inga

    ★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    After her mother dies, Inga (former ballet dancer Marie Liljedahl, who really hit the trifecta of late sixties sleaze being in this Joe Sarno movie and its sequel The Seduction of Inga, Massimo Dallamano’s Dorian Gray and Jess Franco’s Eugenie… The Story of Her Journey into Perversion; she retired from acting by the time she was 21) goes to live with her aunt Greta (Monica Strömmerstedt), who only wants to set her up with a rich older man named Einar…

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  • Name Above Title

    Name Above Title

    ★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Known in Portugal as Um Fio de Baba Escarlate (A Scarlet Little Thread), this 59-minute film has no spoken dialogue and tells the story of a serial killer whose latest kill is interrupted when a woman throws herself off a balcony and lands next to him. As he embraces her, she whispers something to him and he gives her a last kiss before she dies.

    That act causes his life to be forever changed, as a crowd complete with smartphones…

  • Zombie Flesh Eaters

    Zombie Flesh Eaters

    ★★★★★

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Zombi 2 has nothing to do with Dawn of the Dead, which was re-edited by co-producer Dario Argento, rescored by Goblin and released in Italy as Zombi. It was a huge success and nothing succeeds like more, more and more. As Italian copyright law allows any film to be marketed as a sequel to another work, producer Fabrizio De Angelis quickly decided that it was time to make that sequel.

    Originally, Enzo G. Castellari (1990: The Bronx Warriors, Warriors of the…