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Violent Midnight Review


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Del Tenney produced only four movies over his career -- which span from 1964 to 1964 -- though he's still kicking today and restarted his career as an executive producer in 1999, 35 years after his last credit. And yet his name is synonmyous with raunchy schlock horror,

Tenney's Violent Midnight (though I greatly prefer the original title of Psychomania) is the only one of the four films that Tenney didn't also direct. The story is one of a painter (Lee Phillips) who is suspected of murdering his models and other lady friends. As the body count rises, so do the suspects and the signs pointing to Phillips as the killer. Before the 90 minutes are up, someone will hack their way through a sorority slumber party, a tryst in the woods, and a host of other pseudo-naughty scenarios.

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In Like Flint Review


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Long before there was Austin Powers, James Coburn hammed it up as a spoof-tastic secret agent named Derek Flint. Whether he's filling in on the stage of a Russian ballet or dressing up like Fidel Castro while leading a "follow the bouncing ball" sing-along, his antics are always daring and often quite funny. In this second of two Flint films, Derek uncovers a plot to install a puppet regime in the U.S. government led by a gaggle of female spa owners in the Virgin Islands.
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