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Eurocrime!
The Italian Crime Connection

George Pacheco takes us on a whirlwind tour of the 1970s phenomenon
of the poliziotteschi—the Italian police thriller, with its great directors
(Fernando Di Leo, Umberto Lenzi, Sergio Martino, etc.) and exciting
stars (Maurizio Merli, Henry Silva, Tomas Milian and more)!
 

Spotlight: The Fernando Di Leo Collections
John Charles reviews Raro Video’s healthy assortment of
Di Leo poliziotteschi gems on Blu-ray!


Reviews

BLOOD AND ROSES
THE BIG GUNDOWN
THE BOSS
BYZANTIUM
CALIBER 9
CHARLIE CHAN COLLECTION
THE DEVIL BAT
THE DEVIL’S BACKBONE
THE DISCO EXORCIST
EUROCRIME! THE ITALIAN COP & GANGSTER FILMS THAT RULED THE ’70S
FALL GUY
FANTASTIC VOYAGE
THE HAUNTING
THE HOT NIGHTS OF LINDA
HOUSE OF WAX
THE ITALIAN CONNECTION
A LONELY PLACE TO DIE
SCHALCKEN THE PAINTER
SECONDS
SHOOT FIRST, DIE LATER
SHOOT THE SUN DOWN
TERRORVISION
THE VIDEO DEAD
...UND VOR LUST ZU STERBEN
THE UNSEEN
VAMPIRA AND ME
THE WEREWOLF

 

Star Turn
Larry Blamire
gives Georgina Ward a turn in the DANGER MAN episode “The Black Book.”

Ramsey's Rambles
Ramsey Campbell
explores disturbing themes in THE CHILDREN.

Audio Watchdog
Douglas E. Winter
observes "Everything Old is New Again" with a new age of analog Italian releases from Frizzi, Simonetti, and Umberto (Matt Hill).

Biblio Watchdog
HOUSE OF PSYCHOTIC WOMEN reviewed by John-Paul Checkett, and MUSIQUE FANTASTIQUE reviewed by Tim Lucas.

 

Other contributors featured in this issue:

Michael Barrett, Liz Bradford, Bill Cooke, Shane M. Dallmann, Lloyd Haynes, Kim Newman, Richard Harland Smith, and Budd Wilkins.