Thursday, April 8, 2021
Friday, April 2, 2021
The Grindhouse Sleaze & 80s VHS Trash Facebook Group.
I know absolutely nothing about where this originally came from other than that after years of obsessing over Starcrash this is the first time I have come across this image.
Given that this was obviously a well stage promo event for the film, I suspect that there must be other similar material out there somewhere.
Thursday, March 4, 2021
Thursday, January 7, 2021
Two videos filmed on the set of THE LEGEND OF THE 7 GOLDEN VAMPIRES.
The Dairy Council UK filmed an advert with behind the scenes clips of Peter Cushing and the other stars and crew members drinking some cold milk. (“Pick up a pinta… stay on top!”)
Friday, January 1, 2021
Wayne Kinsey’s Peveril Publishing House has over the last few years kept the flame alive for us Hammer Fans when it comes to sumptuously illustrated coffee table books.
Thursday, May 21, 2020
Prior to this on a visit to Malta I had met the guy in whose arms Reed had died while filming Gladiator. At the time I had published a travelogue about the experience for The Hungover Gourmet #7.
This article together with five others have now been republished in Ollie's Last Call, a new 22.400+ word eBook that is available for just $0.99 (or whatever equivalent in your local online store Amazon deems this to be).
The full list of articles is as such:
Ollie’s Last Round: A travelogue about meeting the guy in whose arms Oliver Reed died while filming "Gladiator" in Malta
Look What's Happened to the Omen and to Rosemary’s Baby:
A look at two much maligned follow-ups to two of the best known movie classics, "Look What’s Happened to Rosemary’s Baby" and "Omen IV: The Awakening"
Little Shop of Euro-Horrors: Visiting the Profondo Rosso store in Rome, owned by Dario Argento and Luigi Cozzi, and meeting up with Luigi Cozzi
Raising the (Blind) Dead: An overview over the series of Blind Dead movies by Amando De Ossorio
The Baroness: A book by book look at the wonderfully lurid series of The Baroness paperbacks by “Paul Kenyon” with a solution to their true authorship
Anatomies Dissected: Reviews of the two German "Anatomie" movies