This is an Italian/French made “Sword and Sandal” movie from 1964. In ancient Greece a race of evil aliens from the moon land on earth. For years they have terrorized the nearby city of Samar, demanding children for sacrifice. Now, the queen of Samar has made a pact with the moon men to conquer the world and become the most powerful woman alive. However, the residents of Samar, sick of all the chaos, cheer when the mighty Hercules shows up to put a stop to it all.
Sherlock Holmes is invited back to Baskerville Hall by his old friend Sir Henry Baskerville. Holmes finds himself in the middle of a double-murder mystery and the case of a missing race horse. Now he’s got to locate Professor Moriarty and the horse Silver Blaze.
In 1865, General Gurko Lanen is dictator of “Lichtenburg” in the Balkans. The rightful ruler, Grand Duchess Zona (Joan Bennett), hopes to get aid from Napoleon III of France. The visiting Count of Monte Cristo falls for Zona and undertakes to help her, masquerading as a foppish banker and a masked freedom fighter
It’s a little off color. It’s funnier than a rubber crutch. It’s Brent Spiners web series Fresh Hell. It follows the adventures of down on his luck Brent Spiner, his girlfriend played by Kat Steele, and his best friend in the world, Lavar Burton.
Safe and sound thousands of miles away from the data servers, Hurricane Sandy sure hasn’t made my day. The weather here in Oregon hasn’t been anything to write home about, but nothing compared to the poor people who got hurt and killed in our recent catastrophe. I know from my logs and emails that some of you are in “the zone”. I hope you have a better day tomorrow. Anyhow. I moved all the video to Missouri, so we should be reliable again. Have a nice night. Kevin
What was the role of the Baltic film actors in creating the figure of the enemy in the Soviet time cinema? Many generations of Soviet people were raised in the spirit of Soviet war films. It is a fact that most Nazi villains in Soviet war movies were played by Baltic actors. This film follows the development of the enemy’s figure in the Soviet film and in the role of Baltic actors in creating it.
I remember films like this. Of course, being a little younger than this film, the scare was more hydrogen bombs. My grade school years were in the shadow of the Cuban missile crisis. By that time, thermonuclear weapons made the idea of Duck and Cover kind of silly.