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Cinema

DVD/BLU RAY

Kill, Baby… Kill! (1966) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

Arguably Italian horror director Mario Bava's best horror film, Kill, Baby... Kill! carries a nightmarish gothic atmosphere with an intelligent streak.

Giacomo Rossi Stuart and Erika Blanc


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Starcrash (1978) Blu Ray (Stratx)

Luigi Cozzi’s cheap, batshit-crazy Star Wars rip-off starring Caroline Munro is so insanely inane that it’s in its own class of fascinating folly.

Stop-motion and Hasselhoff in Starcrash


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Ironmaster (1983) Blu Ray & DVD (88 Films)

Tedious Italian loincloth fable with a misguided anti-war message and an erstwhile gay porn star.

The extraordinary artwork of Ironmaster

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Caltiki the Immortal Monster (1959) Blu Ray & DVD (Arrow)

The low budget Italian sci-fi horror from Riccardo Freda and Mario Bava is fun despite its shortcomings.

Low budget horror in Caltiki

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2019: After the Fall of New York (1983) Blu Ray (88 Films)

This post-apocalyptic Italian cheese is enjoyable if approached in the right frame of mind - and even has a few decent elements.

Edmund Purdom coerces Michael Sopkiw into carrying out a special mission

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​Absurd (1981) Blu Ray (88 Films)

Only gorehounds need apply for Joe D'Amato's cheap video nasty.

George Eastman gores an unfortunate nurse

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Seven Deaths in the Cat’s Eye (1973) Blu Ray (88 Films)

Je ne t'aime pas this muddled gothic/giallo hybrid featuring Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg.

Jane Birkin and Hiram Keller in Seven Deaths in the Cat's Eye

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​Hands of Steel (1986) Blu Ray (88 Films)

If you're a fan of Italian dystopian sci-fi B movies, you'll want to get your hands on this one.

Daniel Greene as Paco

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