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Caltiki, The Immortal Monster

It creeps and leaps and slides and glides along the wall… and then it eats your face, dude. Mario Bava and Riccardo Freda’s ultimate monster mastication epic now looks sensationally gory, thanks to a full restoration. Arrow’s disc has pretty much everything, including two transfers and two audio commentaries. And Savant has a guilty admission to make — it was the tripe, the whole tripe, and nothing but the tripe.

Caltiki, The Immortal Monster

Blu-ray + DVD

Arrow Video USA

1959 / B&W / 1:66 widescreen / 76 min. / Caltiki, il mostro immortale / Street Date April 11, 2017 / Available from Arrow Video / 39.95

Starring: John Merivale, Didi Sullivan (Perego), Gérard Haerter, Daniela Rocca, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart, Daniele Vargas, Arturo Dominici, Gay Pearl

Cinematography: John Foam (Mario Bava)

Special Effects: Mario Bava

Film Editor: Mario Serandrei

Original Music: Roberto Nicolosi

Written by Filippo Sanjust

Produced by Bruno Vailati

Directed by Robert Hamton (Riccardo Freda) & Mario Bava

Who says that Blu-ray is dying?
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Missing 'EastEnders' Star Sian Blake and Her Children Found Dead

Actress Sian Blake, best known for starring on the British TV series EastEnders, was found dead at her southeast London home this week, along with her two children. BBC reports the actress had been missing for three weeks. Sian, 43, and her sons Zachary Bilal Kent-Blake, 8, and Amon Ben George Kent-Blake, 4, were last seen on December 13, and they were reported missing three days later.

A police spokesperson revealed that the actress and her children had all died from head and neck injuries. The police are seeking her partner, Arthur Simpson-Kent, 48, the father of her children, in connection to the crime. The BBC reports that he has left the U.K. and traveled to Ghana. The case is now being treated as a triple-murder.

The police filed a missing persons case after visiting Sian Blake's home in Erith. The visit was conducted after information was obtained by the children's charity
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Exploitation Alley: Black Sunday

I made the mistake of watching the film I chose for Exploitation Alley alone. Usually I have someone to watch movies with, but I decided to watch this solo. I will forever (well at least for a few days) be uneasy and downright frightened. Within the first five minutes of this film I realized this was going to become one of my new favorites. It is in black and white, which automatically scores it some cool points, and it deals with devils, curses, and revenge…so what is there not to like? If I still have your attention, and you want to be slightly scared, and amused, I highly suggest checking out Black Sunday! Black Sunday was released in 1960 as La Maschera Del Demonio. A great little film directed by Mario Bava, which was considered so violent, it was banned in the UK till 1968.

It has a very eerie beginning,
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Blu-ray Review: Black Sunday

Black Sunday

Stars: Barbara Steele, John Richardson, Andrea Checchi, Ivo Garrani, Arturo Dominici, Enrico Olivieri | Written by Ennio De Concini, Mario Serandrei | Directed by Mario Bava

There is something about classic horror, especially those films that were said to have inspired other directors. There are some films though that almost have a legendary role in the genre and although you’ve not seen them you know them by the name. For many people this is the case with Mario Bava’s Black Sunday. Originally released in the sixties and banned in the United Kingdom it is arguably one of the most important films in horror history and is said to be the inspiration to gothically inclined directors such as Tim Burton. Now that Arrow Video have given it a deluxe release in its uncut form we can see what level of genius the film truly is.

Starting with a warning
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Journalist Sues Over Charlie Wilson's War Scenes

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Latest: A retired U.S. newscaster is suing the makers of Charlie Wilson's War, after footage of his war reports appeared in the movie without his permission.

Ex-nbc journalist Arthur Kent claims his intellectual properly rights were violated when his coverage of the Soviet Union's war in Afghanistan was used.

He has filed a federal lawsuit, seeking a ban on the distribution of the film, as well as unspecified damages.

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