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Liner Notes: Keith Allison

Everyone loves movie music, don’t they? That fusion of images and sound can create true cinema magic regardless of genre. Maybe you’re old school, and love the swelling, bombastic scores of Max Steiner and Wolfgang Maria Korngold – or perhaps you’re a rocker and have King Creole or The Girl Can’t Help It constantly on [...]

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And the Hits Keep Comin’: at Teleport City

For those who are after a bit of entertainment beyond the spy world, I have posted a few reviews over the past few months at Teleport City. The Killing Machine If The Killing Machine was solely another violent exploitation flick in the same style as many other films that Chiba was making during this period, [...]

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Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever (2002)

The next review in the Teleport City espionage festival is up and it is Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever written by David Thomas. In addition, some exciting news just in from Teleport City HQ. The communique reads: I know I’m not the only one around here who was a big fan of David Thomas’ cult film [...]

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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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Golden Eyes: Secret Agent 077 (1968)

The espionage festival continues at Teleport City.  Today however, I step back into the shadows and allow Todd to carry the ball – and carry it he has – all the way to India! And you know what that means folks! Yep, not only wild and crazy spyjinx, but wild and willfully energetic dancing. Uploaded [...]

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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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Operation Pink Squad II

Teleport City is celebrating Halloween by dedicating the month of October to Asian horror films, and my contribution is a review of the Hong Kong ghost, kung-fu, comedy farce, police story type movie Operation Pink Squad II. Why not slither on over and check it out?? Here’s a snippet: Once Operation Pink Squad II enters [...]

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Bond’s Bar: At Teleport City

I have never ordered a Vodka Martini – Shaken not stirred – at a Bar. I have always thought that mouthing those lines would make me come off sounding like some kind of Bondian geek boy. I am – you and I know that – but there’s no need for the whole world to know. [...]

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Razorback: At Teleport City

As an Australian, giant rampaging pigs are just one of the many things I have to deal with every day. To head over to Teleport City and read my review of the ozploitation classic Razorback, click here.

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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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