Browsing the archives for the Mexican Cinema tag

S.O.S. Conspiracion Bikini (1967)

Like an anchorman, desk-bound in a television studio, I once again throw to Todd at Die, Danger, Die, Die, Kill. Todd’s field work takes him once again to Mexico – as he looks at the ’60s spy film S.O.S. Conspiraccion Bikini Here’s a snippet: Though, not being fluent in Spanish, I couldn’t tell you what […]

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Batwoman (1968)

AKA: La Mujer Murcielago Country: Mexico Director: René Cardona Starring: Maura Monti, Roberto Cañedo, Héctor Godoy, David Silva, Crox Alvarado, Armando Silvestre Music: Leo Acosta If you are presenting a week of Costumed Adventurers, then there is one country whose cinematic output cannot be overlooked, and that country is Mexico. Luchadore films featured a large […]

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Cazadores de Espias (1969)

Time for some more Mexican Madness! Here’s another review from Todd, this time wearing his Teleport City hat. Here’s a snippet: ‘The Mexican film industry’s contributions to the 1960s spy craze tend to be on the whimsical side. If they don’t feature a masked wrestler in a pivotal role, they tend to be something along […]

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Con Licencia Para Matar (1967)

I am starting to resent Todd over at Die Danger Die Die Kill. Every time he reviews one of the amazing spy films from India, Thailand, Hong Kong or whichever part of the world that Todd is cinematically traversing – this time it happens to be Mexico – I feel compelled to track down a […]

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