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DVD Talk reviews for Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019

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Hercules in the Haunted World (Blu-ray)
<small>by Ian Jane</small><hr />

The Movie:

Directed by Mario Bava in 1961 and featuring a screenplay by Bava (and Sandro Continenza, Francesco Prosperi and Duccio Tessari), Hercules In The Haunted World (also known as Hercules At The Center Of The Earth and Hercules vs. The Vampires) finds Hercules (Reg Park) returning from battle only to learn that his beloved Princess Daianara (Leonora Ruffo) is not right. What he doesn't realize is that her guardian, King Lico (Christopher Lee), has put her under some sort of spell, hoping to have her all for himself! The oracle Medea (Gaia Germani) he is told that the only way to save her is to voyage into the very heart of Hades itself and return with magical Stone Of Forgetfulness.'

Soon enough, Hercules has joined forces with friends Theseus (George Ardisson) and Telemachus (Franco Giacobini), to voyage straight on into the underworld to get the ston...Read the entire review »

The Blob (Blu-ray)
<small>by Ian Jane</small><hr />

The Movie:

Chuck Russell's 1988 remake of The Blob (co-written by Russell and Frank Darabont) takes place in the small Colorado town of Arbeville where everyone at the local high school is consumed with preparing for various sports events. So consumed are they and all around them, that no one seems to notice when a meteor comes hurtling out of the sky and lands nearby.

That same night, a football player named Paul Taylor (Donovan Leitch) is out on a date with a foxy cheerleader named Meg (Shawnee Smith). While driving around, they crash into a homeless guy who runs into the middle of the road in front of them. This is more than just a simple case of man gets hit by car', however, once they take the poor old dude to the hospital, they learn that the gooey mess on his hand has literally taken on a life of its own and it's hungry. Or at least it seems hungry, once it devours...Read the entire review »

 

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Itsy Bitsy (Blu-ray)
<small>by Adam Tyner</small><hr />

It ain't itsy bitsy, and that ain't no water spout it's climbing.

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Plenty of DVD Talk reviewers have gone on to accomplish some truly incredible things, whether it's overseeing DC's entire line of Justice League comics, competing on The Bachel...Read the entire review »


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