Final part of Fernando Di Leo's crime noir Milieu Trilogy, also consisting of Caliber 9 and La Mala Ordina. Based largely on real people and actual events, a bomb attack in a cinema of Palermo kills each and every member of a powerful mafia family - except one, who eventually engineers a revenge plot made of kidnapping and murders. A violent power struggle within the Mafia ensues.
The year is 2000 and the Bronx has been reduced to a decaying, desolate wasteland infested with swarms of vicious street gangs and outcast scavengers. When an imperialistic mega-corporation plans to rebuild the doomed "No Man's Land" into a perfect metropolis, they unleash their secret army of sadistic death squads to wipe out the few remaining inhabitants.
Eurocrime! is a documentary concerning the violent Italian poliziotteschi cinematic movement of the 70s which, at first glance, seems like just a bunch of cheap rip offs of American crime films like Dirty Harry or The Godfather. But on closer inspection, these films were really addressing distinctly Italian issues like the Sicilian Mafia and red terrorism.
The second film in Fernando Di Leo's Milieu Trilogy focuses on Luca Carnali, a mobster who has been set up by his gangland boss. When a shipment of heroin disappears between Italy and New York, Carnali is framed for the theft. Carnali is pursued through Milan by a pair of merciless American hitmen - played by Henry Silva and Woody Strode, and referenced by Quentin Tarantino in Pulp Fiction.
Arizona cop is sent to Switzerland to bring in the girlfriend of a dangerous mobster so she can testify against him. The mobster sends someone too - assassins.
An international race is being waged to obtain the blueprints of a MIG-25 Foxbat Soviet fighter plane that has landed in Japan. An undercover U.S. spy (Henry Silva) has secretly taken photos of the aircraft, and now he faces overwhelming odds to transport the microfilm back to his home country.
In 1969, the master of suspense, Rod Serling, followed up his run on the legendary series The Twilight Zone with his next chilling creation - Night Gallery. The series ran through 1973, spinning out of rotating anthology series Four In One, and eventually incorporating episodes from the short-lived supernatural series The Sixth Sense. In the end, the Emmy-winning Night Gallery stands as an all-time classic in the realm of televised terror. Prepare for scares with this special selection of episodes, because you're about to experience the chill of a lifetime.
A Crime Noir film directed by the Italian master Fernando di Leo. The sly swindler Nick Hezard (Luc Merenda) plots to frame the American gangster businessman Robert Clark (Lee J. Cobb), who's responsible for the death of his close friend. Intrigues, double plays and fake murders will be used by Nick to order an elaborate and risky plan.
Julie must disclose her family's medical history before undergoing major surgery, but when she questions her family, she discovers that she was adopted and that her conception was the product of a rape.
David Hemmings and Henry Silva star as executives of an international blood-drinking cartel known as 'The Brotherhood'. But when they abduct a descendant of Elizabeth Bathory to reboot her depraved legacy, she must escape before the corporation can expand their human 'blood cow' dairies and create a vampire master race.
[NEW SEASON AVAILABLE ON APRIL 12th] Violetta runs away to NY with a bag full of money. Pig is a writer obsessed with finding a story worth telling. Violetta will make him her guardian devil. She will cross every boundary, ignore the consequences and cash in on her body, until she finds herself trapped by Nefas. Violetta will try to escape and reclaim her freedom.
Treasure hunters from around the world race to Mexico after a Middle Eastern luxury yacht explodes, sending a fortune in gold to the bottom of the ocean. An agent (Chuck Connors) must stop the ruthless fortune hunters.