DaysAreNumbers – Film of the Day – A Quiet Place in the Country (Elio Petri, 1969)

Franco Nero surely has one of the most breathtakingly varied filmographies in all of cinema… From his beginnings as a spaghetti western icon in Django to Hollywood fare such as Force 10 from

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Film of the Day – Viva Maria! (Louis Malle, 1965)

Brigitte Bardot, Jeanne Moreau and a gatling gun*… What more could you possibly want from a film? *You know; those funny, spinny proto-machine gun thingys from the westerns. Viva Maria!

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DaysAreNumbers – Film of the Day – CQ (Roman Coppola, 2001)

It’s turned out to be rather appropriate that, after much deliberation by Paramount in the early 70s, none other than Francis Ford Coppola was eventually selected to direct that ultimate familial epic

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Film of the Day – Footprints on the Moon (Luigi Bazzoni, 1975)

Q: When is a giallo not quite a giallo? A: When it’s as strange and beguiling as Footprints on the Moon! It’s not that there aren’t many other giallos that are strange and

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Spooky Film of the Day – Spirits of the Dead (Roger Vadim/Louis Malle/Federico Fellini, 1968)

Why, what do we have here; a horror anthology film directed by three of the most famous continental film directors of the 50s and 60s? Well, yes… And as you might

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