Browsing the archives for the Fumetti tag

Il Marchio Di Kriminal (1967)

Country: Italy / Spain Directors: Fernando Cerchio, Nando Cicero Starring: Glenn Saxson, Helga Line, Andrea Bosic, Frank Oliver, Tomas Pico, Evi Rigano Music: Manuel Parada Il Marchio Di Kriminal is much lighter in tone than it’s predecessor, and the plot is a little more straight forward. But, it is still fine, good old fashioned entertainment. […]

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Kriminal (1966)

Country: Italy Director: Umberto Lenzi Starring: Glenn Saxson, Helga Line, Andrea Bosic, Ivano Staccioli, Esmeralda Ruspoli, Dante Posani, Franco Fantasia, Susan Baker Music: Raymond Full, Roberto Pregadio The character Kriminal has a rich history, which is a bit out of my depth to discuss at length. Put simply, Kriminal began in a series of adult […]

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Super7even: Operation Four Play 2

Part 2 of the Operation: Four Play from the Super7seven web series is online now. Click here to head over to Bob’s Youtube Channel.

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Super7even: Operation Four Play

For spy film and fumetti fans, episode three of the Super7even web series is now on line, starring Jerry Kokich as the titular Super7even, and crowd favourite Olivia Dunkley as Sandra West, ex-agent of T.H.E.M. This episode finds our red-suited hero attempting to convince ex-agent West to ‘come in from the cold’ and rejoin T.H.E.M. […]

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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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