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Director: Philip Leacock
Starring: Leonard Nimoy, Susan Hampshire, Rachel Roberts, Vera Miles
Baffled! stars Leonard Nimoy as a world famous formula race car driver who also happens to be....a swingin' playboy psychic!!! Ohh, but it gets better!! Nimoy then chases a beautiful movie actress to London and gets tangled up in a dark Satanic mystery. Honestly, do we need to say more? Prime Cosmic Hex material here! This was apparently a pilot for a series and its pretty fantastic to see Nimoy carry a movie as the action lead....There is a parallel universe out there where both this and Spectre got picked up as weekly series'....and became our favorite television shows of all time...until the shitty 21st Century theatrical re-envisionings at least!
aka Lumaban ka, Satanas
Director: Efren C. Piñon
Starring: Ramon Revilla, Cecille Castillo, Charlie Davao
Halloween video nasty treasure #3! The last of our favorite ultra low budget video store obscurities until our special Halloween prize. The Killing of Satan! A Philippine take on …well, battling Satan himself! Does it make any sense? No. Is it a smooth, graceful ride? Nope. Will it entertain a booze fueled Halloween party? Affirmative! We always knew Satan would try to get the upper hand by wearing red underoos! Its just the way his mind works……If this all makes you a bit nervous, rest assured there are plenty of zombies, laser battles, nudity, gore and snakes…man, there are A LOT of snakes…. This would be a good companion piece to The Devil's Rain - two decidedly 'different' takes indeed! This is the UNCUT euro-version with hard coded Scandinavian subs. HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
Download The Killing of Satan: avi video (1505MB) iPod video (1065MB)
aka Condenados a vivir, Bronson's Revenge
Director: Joaquín Luis Romero Marchent
Commonly referred to as “the most violent western EVER filmed”, this incredibly hard to find film actually lives up to the claim. Stunning cinematography makes hay of its exploitation roots. A tough as nails Sergeant is transporting seven hardcore criminals AND his nubile young daughter across the ‘western mountains’...Whats that? Yea, not the sharpest plan you say? Anyway, they get ambushed by gold seeking robbers and lose the transport so the Sergeant does the obvious thing: chain up the scary assed criminals to himself and his daughter...but it gets better! The chains turn out to be solid gold!!! We say ‘Awesome!’ and you can put the film's claim and that plot device together for an idea of what’s ahead...although the Hex feels ‘Most Vicious Western’ might be more accurate. The superb filmmaking of this obscure 1972 exploitation pic puts it head and shoulders above the rest--stop crying and run home to your mommy with your ‘G’ Rated Fulci western’s!
Download Cut-Throats Nine: avi video (700MB) iPod video (564MB)
Director: Larry Yust
Douglas Fowley, Ruth McDevitt, Frances Fuller, Ian Wolfe
Through an afghan darkly...a delightful little yarn about a really nice group of senior tenants. Sure, they seem content and quiet enough...but when their cozy apartment building is threatened by the construction of a new skyscraper this octogenarian crew just might muster up enough gumption and moxie to stick-it-to-the-man and stay put in their homes no matter what the cost!
aka Death Farm, Demented Death Farm Massacre: The Movie, Hillbilly Hooker, Moonshiners' Women
Director: Donn Davison, Fred Olen Ray
Starring: Ashley Brooks, George Ellis, Trudy Moore, Mike Coolik, John Carradine
In light if the Dukes of Hazard remake, the Hex offers up a chug of the real shit-ass scary redneck culture...Jugs, boobs, catfights that would make NYC public access blush and...John Carradine as "The Judge of Hell" ...seriously, is there any movie he wasn't in? Somewhere between the sex, catfights and jug deaths, a jewel heist fits in...the dark underbelly indeed. From the prolific Fred Olen Ray.
Director: Gerry O'Hara
Starring: Sarah Douglas, Julian Glover
This is another one, along with the Reincarnation of Peter Proud, that's a little hard for us to box into any of our hallowed Hex categories but neverthelss deserves to be seen...maybe we'll start a new category for psycholgical dramas featuring actresses that would later star in Superman: the Movie... Gerry O'Hara, who developed his chops on British TV serials such as the Avengers and Journey to the Unknown, captures stunning performances from Sarah Douglas (see also Hex favorite the People That Time Forgot) and Julian Glover. The Brute is a truly brutal portrait of domestic violence that is still gut wrenching today. There's a nice little touch of classic exploitation in the opening sequence as an "expert" sets up the film...and ok, we're also suckers for anything with white guys getting kicked in the nuts by black chicks.
Director: Oleg Egorov
Starring: Kelly Lynch, Daniel Grimm, Phillip Vincent
In a not-so-distant dystopian future (just think Mad Max and substitute water for gasoline) a young girl's family is murdered by an evil gang led by Mr. Big...so, how best to exact her revenge? Grow up, learn the art of the crossbow (and the art of 80's hair) and kidnap the leader's fucking BOYFRIEND that's how! All right!
Download Osa: avi video (699MB) iPod video (480MB)