Witchfinder General (1968)

MICHAEL REEVES Bil’s rating (out of 5): BB.5 Alternate Title: The Conqueror Worm United Kingdom/USA, 1968.  Tigon British Film Productions, American International Pictures.  Screenplay by Tom Baker, Michael Reeves, additional scenes by Louis M. Heyward, based on the novel by Ronald Bassett.  Cinematography by John Coquillon.  Produced by Louis M. Heyward, Arnold L. Miller, Philip…

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Rollercoaster (1977)

JAMES GOLDSTONE Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BB.5.   USA, 1977.  Universal Pictures.  Story by Sanford Sheldon, Richard Levinson, William Link, Screenplay by Richard Levinson, William Link, suggested by a story by Tommy Cook.  Cinematography by David M. Walsh.  Produced by Jennings Lang.  Music by Lalo Schifrin.  Production Design by Henry Bumstead.  Costume Design by Burton Miller.  Film Editing by Edward A. Biery, Richard M. Sprague….

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The Sorcerers (1967)

MICHAEL REEVES Bil’s rating (out of 5):  B.  United Kingdom, 1967.  Curtwel Productions, Global.  Screenplay by Michael Reeves, Tom Baker, from an idea by John Burke.  Cinematography by Stanley A. Long.  Produced by Patrick Curtis, Tony Tenser.  Music by Paul Ferris.  Production Design by Tony Curtis.  Film Editing by Susan Michie, David Woodward.   Lifeless fantasy starring Boris Karloff as an experimental researcher whose past…

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Dungeons And Dragons (2000)

COURTNEY SOLOMON Bil’s rating (out of 5):   BB.  USA/Czech Republic, 2000.  New Line Cinema, Sweetpea Entertainment, Silver Pictures, Behaviour Worldwide, MDP Worldwide, Stillking Films.  Screenplay by Topper Lilien, Carroll Cartwright, based on the game by E. Gary Gygax.  Cinematography by Douglas Milsome. Produced by Thomas M. Hammel, Kia Jam, Courtney Solomon.    Music by Justin Caine Burnett.    Production…

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Two-Minute Warning (1976)

LARRY PEERCE Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.5.  USA, 1976.  Filmways Pictures, Universal Pictures. Screenplay by Edward Hume, based on the novel by George LaFountaine. Cinematography by Gerald Hirschfeld.  Produced by Edward S. Feldman.  Music by Charles Fox.  Production Design by Herman A. Blumenthal.  Costume Design by Irwin Rose.  Film Editing by Walter Hannemann, Eve Newman.   Standard entry in the formula of…

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American Hot Wax (1978)

FLOYD MUTRUX Bil’s rating (out of 5):   BBB.5.  USA, 1978.  Paramount Pictures.  Story by John Kaye, Art Linson, Screenplay by John Kaye.  Cinematography by William A. Fraker.  Produced by Art Linson.  Music by Kenny Vance.  Production Design by Elayne Barbara Ceder.  Costume Design by Robert De Mora.  Film Editing by Ronald J. Fagan, Melvin Shapiro.   Along with American Graffiti and The Hollywood Knights,…

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Nicholas And Alexandra (1971)

FRANKLIN J. SCHAFFNER Bil’s rating (out of 5): B.5.  United Kingdom, 1971.  Horizon Pictures.  Screenplay by James Goldman, additional dialogue by Edward Bond, based on the book by Robert K. Massie.  Cinematography by Freddie Young.  Produced by Sam Spiegel.  Music by Richard Rodney Bennett.  Production Design by John Box.  Costume Design by Yvonne Blake.  Film Editing by Ernest Walter.   If the real Romanovs were this boring…

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The Canterbury Tales (1972)

PIER PAOLO PASOLINI Bil’s rating (out of 5): BBBB.  Original title:  I Racconti Di Canterbury Italy/France, 1972.  Les Productions Artistes Associés, Produzioni Europee Associate.  Screenplay by Pier Paolo Pasolini, based on the stories of Geoffrey Chaucer.  Cinematography by Tonino Delli Colli.  Produced by Alberto Grimaldi.  Music by Ennio Morricone.  Production Design by Dante Ferretti.  Costume Design by Danilo Donati.  Film Editing by Nino Baragli. Pier Paolo…

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Walt Curtis: The Peckerneck Poet (1997)

WALT CURTIS, BILL PLYMPTON Bil’s rating (out of 5):  BBB.  USA, 1997.  Cinematography by Tom Baker, Zak Margolis.  Produced by Bill Plympton.  Film Editing by Anthony Arcidi.  Produced by Bill Plympton.  Film Editing by Anthony Arcidi.   An American original, Walt Curtis is a Portland-based poet whose work passionately expounds on the banal matters of life and sex that make him either…

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