Secondo teaser per la serie tv dedicata a Dylan Dog

Film Spagnusi

Torniamo a parlare dell’adattamento televisivo di Dylan Dog, il popolare personaggio della scuderia Bonelli, creato da Tiziano Sclavi.
La serie diretta da Kevin Kopacka e interpretata da Ford Everett (Dylan), Alberto Finadri, Denise Ankel (Morgana), Harry Baer (Ispettore Bloch) e Philipp Jablonski è attualmente in lavorazione. L’episodio pilota verrà rilasciato gratuitamente intorno ad aprile per una prima stagione che si comporrà di 6 episodi.

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Sulla pagina facebook del progetto è stato pubblicato il secondo trailer dello show.
Dato che i diritti d’autore di Dylan Dog si trovano ancora a Hollywood (dopo il pessimo film con Brandon Routh) alcuni nomi sono stati cambiati e Dylan Dog si chiamerà Dylan Dawn.
L’episodio pilota si intitolerà “Dream of the Living Dead” e vedrà come protagonisti, oltre a Dylan, Groucho, l’Ispettore Bloch, la signora Trelkovski, Jenkins, Morgana e Xabaras.

Dopo una lotta col marito Corrado, il mondo…

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Jess Franco’s Forgotten Films: Vol. 1

EL FRANCONOMICON / I'M IN A JESS FRANCO STATE OF MIND

This HD double bill, JESS FRANCO’S FORGOTTEN FILMS: Vol. 1 from Dorado Films, is another welcome addition to the growing list of Blu-ray releases of the the films of the prolific director. This set contains two of his first MANACOA FILMS productions, LOS OJOS DEL DOCTOR ORLOFF/THE SINISTER EYES OF DOCTOR ORLOFF (1973) and UN SILENCIO DE TUMBA (1972).img_3341968679648.jpeg

This is a review of The Ultimate Edition of this Dorado Films release, which contains 4k scans from 35mm elements of both features. Also included in the edition is THE MANACOA EXPERIENCE, a 14 page history of Films Manacoa P.C., the production company which Franco founded in late 1972. The Manacoa company lasted until the very end of his career, including his last two features, AL PEREIRA VS THE ALLIGATOR LADIES and REVENGE OF THE ALLIGATOR LADIES (2012 and 2015, respectively). One of my favorite Franco films LOS BLUES DE LAS…

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MIL SEXOS TIENE LA NOCHE–Mondo Macabro Blu-ray

EL FRANCONOMICON / I'M IN A JESS FRANCO STATE OF MIND

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A delirious exercise in horror y sexo this pitch black Film Noir is one of Jess Franco’s most visually arresting entries from his early 1980s Spanish period. MIL SEXOS TIENE LA NOCHE is one of the series of films he made for Emilio Larraga’s GOLDEN FILMS INTERNACIONAL S.A., Barcelona. These productions were low budget films in a variety of genres, including the follow up to GRITOS EN LA NOCHE (1961), EL SINIESTRO DR. OFLOFF, softcore romps like LAS ORGIAS INCONFESABLES DE EMMANUELLE erotic crime-thrillers BOTAS NEGRAS, LATIGO DE CUERO, and Sade adaptations GEMIDOS DE PLACER (all 1982). There were also Poe adaptations EN BUSCA DEL DRAGON DORADO and even martial arts adventures LA SOMBRA DEL JUDOKA CONTRA EL DOCTOR WONG (both 1983). What locks all these films together, good, bad, not completed, was that they are all 100 percent undiluted Jess Franco, both in terms of style and content. They…

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COMING FROM MONDO MACABRO: MIL SEXOS TIENE LA NOCHE on Blu-ray! — EL FRANCONOMICON / I’M IN A JESS FRANCO STATE OF MIND

We are extremely proud to present the North American home video premiere of Jess Franco’s underrated 80s supernatural-sex opus MIL SEXOS TIENE LA NOCHE! A quasi-remake of his own earlier film NIGHTMARES COME AT NIGHT, this unusual thriller finds Franco at the height of his stylistic delirium: “The dreamlike atmosphere is everything here and the […]

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Man From Deep River (1972)

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aka The Man from the Deep River, Deep River Savages, Sacrifice! 

Directed by Umberto Lenzi    

Starring Ivan Rassimov, Me Me Lai

93 minutes

Italy

Umberto Lenzi’s 1972 Man From Deep River, is often listed in the same breath as other Italian cannibal films such as Cannibal Holocaust or Cannibal Ferox, but the film isn’t really like those at all. As the film which kick-started the whole cannibal trend, Man From Deep River suffers form early installment weirdness, in that it is essentially a story of ones man’s journey into a tribe on the border between Thailand and Burma, and from there becomes a combination of a showcase of the tribes customs and rituals and a love story. It is much more influenced by Mondo movies and the 1970 western A Man Called Horse (hence the similar title), which featured a white man who became integrated…

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TLMEA (2016) Review

The Breathing Dead

During a drug raid a group of policemen find themselves trapped in a nightmare, the third zone of Dante’s ninth circle of Hell.

I had the pleasure of viewing another German/English language screener personally from filmmaker Kevin Kopacka. Here the Austrian director offers another dark moody psychological visual 32 minute short. The preceding opening with a horrific story of the fate of a young boy which is followed by a flick though the sounds, voices and static of a radio station of 99.9, Kopacka’s prequel to Hades – TLMEA is more street than its predecessor, following a sullen group of swat and undercover police (poliza). Blurred images, shadows on red, troubled sleep with unnatural lighting, flashy editing that cuts to the hyper real moments as the director takes us through on screen title cards beginning with segments subtitled Limbo and Lust.

TLMEA unfolds with the harsh reverberating, at times melodic…

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