BLACULA
1972, Park Circus , 93 min, Dir: William Crain

When the charitable Prince Mamuwalde (William Marshall) travels through 18th century Transylvania, a fated run-in with the one-and-only Count Dracula damns him for all eternity. It isn’t until a century later, that he suddenly finds himself in 1970s Los Angeles, where he must balance his infatuation with a woman, whom he believes to be his wife reincarnate (Vonetta McGee), with an insatiable taste for blood. The first and perhaps most enduring Blaxploitation horror film of the early 1970s, BLACULA tells the tragic story of a good-natured man’s transformation into a blood-sucking undead killer.


THE EIGER SANCTION
1975, Universal, 123 min, Dir: Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood plays art history scholar and professional mountain climber - and one-time assassin! - Jonathan Hemlock, who is blackmailed into coming out of retirement for one last job. Infiltrating a professional mountain-climbing team to find his target, Hemlock joins forces with his old friend and fellow climber Ben Bowman (George Kennedy). Spectacular photography, riveting set pieces and a pair of terrific performances by Eastwood and Kennedy anchor this incredibly entertaining action epic.


THE GREAT SILENCE
IL GRANDE SILENZIO
1968, 105 min, Italy, Dir: Sergio Corbucci

Amid mountainous Utah snowdrifts, oppressed Mormons hide out from psycho - even by his standards - Klaus Kinski’s bounty hunters, while mute Jean-Louis Trintignant’s Silence signs on to avenge Vonetta McGee’s husband. With chilling Dolomites locations. Music by Ennio Morricone. In English.


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