What 'Evil' lurks in the heart of man? Roll the tape!
Horror Rod Lott
Hope you like found-footage movies, because the enormous return on a
minuscule budget in the cases of two "Paranormal Activity" entries will
guarantee many more. One of the latest, although skipping theaters, is
Thriller Rod Lott
Aussie thriller “The Clinic” begins on Christmas Eve 1979, "six years
before the advent of DNA testing," the odd title read, and the visibly
pregnant Beth (Tabrett Bethell, TV’s “Legend of the Seeker”) and Cameron
(Andy Whitfield, TV’s “Spartacus: Blood and Sand”) are headed to spend
it with her mother.
Western Rod Lott
Lee Van Cleef enjoyed a secondary career in Italy cranking out spaghetti
Westerns, with little regard to quality. However, 1972’s Grand Duel — aka The Big Showdown — is deserving of its Grand label. No wonder Quentin Tarantino borrowed its sweeping theme song by Luis Bacalov for Kill Bill; you'll recognize it in two notes.