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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Banned for Glory (part three)

(“Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends…” Except it does end, it ends here. I have no idea why I’m quoting Emerson, Lake and Palmer, but anyway…

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Blood and Roses

The trouble with Roger Vadim isn’t so much that he is generally regarded as being something of a “divisive” filmmaker, it’s more that to a great number of people he

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Frightenin’ 45s: A Number Of Names – Sharevari (instrumental)

The sophisticated gentlemen pictured above has nothing to do with this Frightenin’ 45 but I thought it was would be nice to have a picture of a skeleton going out

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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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Days Are Numbers presents Night of the Vampires @ Satan’s Circus

What have you got lined-up for Halloween night? Bit of a drag that it’s on a week night, isn’t it? Whilst I’m sure you’re going to go to go to

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World of Giallo – In the Eye of the Hurricane (Jose Maria Forque, 1971)

Not all giallos (or if you prefer – gialli) necessarily have to come complete with a whopping great body count. In fact, there are a sizable handful of films that belong to the

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Spooky Film of the Day – Tam-Lin (Roddy McDowall, 1970)

One of the segments I enjoyed most during Mark Gatiss’ recent History of Horror series was when the erstwhile League of Gentlemen man set about championing a peculiar subgenre often referred to

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