Browsing the archives for the EuroSpy tag

Super7even: Operation Breakdown

I am a bit late posting this one – maybe the poster should have a sticker over it saying ‘Second Big Week’. The second of Bob Griffith’s web series, featuring the red suited, fumetti inspired Super7even is back in an all new adventure called Operation Breakdown. Click here to head over to Bob’s Youtube Channel

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Super7even: Operation Triple Cross

For those who enjoy fumetti style mayhem, Bob Griffith recently shot a pilot webisode called “Superseven: Triple Cross”, a homage/parody of those great, cheesey masked hero-spy flicks of the 1960’s. With plenty of babes, bullets and 2 fisted campy action. Click here to head over to Bob’s Youtube Channel

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Fighting Femmes, Fiends and Fanatics

If you haven’t been watching Steve Mayhem’s Fighting Femmes, Fiends and Fanatics series, you are really missing out on some fantastic reviews of cult cinema. Actually, ‘reviews’ is the wrong word – these are mini documentaries, highlighting all that is good and bad in these productions. Embedded here is Episode 10 – which looks at […]

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Field Reports: 3

There must be something in the air this December. I don’t know about you, but this summer (it’s Summer Down Under – apologies to those who are suffering through extreme blizzards at the moment) I am going to sit at home in my underwear armed with a remote control and indulge in filmdoms most sexist, […]

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Si Muore Solo Una Volta (1967)

Country: Spain / Italy / France Starring: Ray Danton, Pamela Tudor, Sylvia Solar, Dada Gallotti, Francesca Rosana, Fernando Cebrian, Marco Guglielmi, Julio Pena Director: Giancarlo Romitelli Music: Carlo Savina Teleport City continues its espionage festival, and today’s contribution is another Eurospy feature: Si Muore Solo Una Volta. The sub-genre of spy films, known as Eurospy […]

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FX-18 Superspy (1965)

Original Title: Coplan FX-18 Casse Tout AKA: Agent 077 Summergame, Agent 777 Mission Summergame, The Exterminators, Coplan FX 18 Country: France / Italy Director: Riccardo Freda Starring: Richard Wyler, Robert Manuel, Jany Clair, Valeria Ciangottini, Maria-Rosa Rodriguez Music: Michel Magne To confuse things, a lot of Eurospy movies called them self ‘077’ movies, but in […]

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Mexican Slay Ride (1967)

Original Title: Coplan ouvre le feu à Mexico Country: France /Italy / Spain Director: Riccardo Freda Starring: Lang Jeffries, Sabine Sun, Frank Oliveras, Silvia Solar, Luciana Gilli, Guido Lollobrigida Music: Jacques Lacome Mexican Slay Ride (and the many other names this film travels under) is the fifth in the series of Coplan films based on […]

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Agent Z55: Desperate Mission (1965)

Country: Italy / Spain / France Director: Roberto Bianchi Montero (credited as Robert B. White) Starring: German Cobos, Yoko Tani, Gianni Rizzo, Susan Baker, Milton Reid, Anthony Blade, Paco Sanz, Leontine May Music: Francesco De Masi Just to confuse you, Agent Z55: Desperate Mission is a Eurospy film with a distinctively Eastern flavour. The film […]

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Department of Dirty Tricks

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, gadgets and devices from the ‘Department Of Dirty Tricks’ are often featured heavily in spy films and television. Some would say, the more outrageous, the better! Spies have always had small secret devices like cameras and guns that have helped them carry out their various assignments, but once Goldfinger hit […]

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Le Guignolo (1980)

Country: France / Italy Director: Georges Lautner Starring: Jean-Paul Belmondo, Mirella D’Angelo, Michel Galabru, Carla Romanelli, Tony Kendall Music: Philippe Sarde Sorry folks, this is gonna be a half-assed review because I don’t speak French and I haven’t been able to find a copy of Le Guignolo which has English subtitles. But I don’t let […]

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