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Let's Kill Uncle (Blu-ray)
by Ian Jane

The Movie:

Directed by the late, great William Castle and released by Universal Pictures in 1966, Let's Kill Uncle opens with a scene where man named Russell Harrison (played by Castle himself) dies in a car accident. He leaves behind a twelve-year-old son named Barnaby Harrison (Pat Cardi) who, now orphaned, is sent off to an island to start a new life under the watchful eye of his uncle, Major Kevin Harrison (Nigel Green), a former Commando in the British Armed Forces and now the author of a book entitled Killing The Enemy.'

There aren't many other inhabitants on the island, but there is Justine (Linda Lawson), a single woman, and her niece Chrissie (Mary Badham), the later of whom does not get along with Barnaby at all, at least not initially. Things change when Barnaby learns that Kevin intends to kill him so that he can inherit the multi-million dollar fortune left to...Read the entire review »

Blood Tide (1982) (Blu-ray)
by Ian Jane

The Movie:

Neil Grive (Martin Kove) has big hair, a big boat and short shorts. He and his wife Sherry (Mary-Louise Weller) take that boat to a small island of the coast of Greece in hopes of finding Neil's estranged sister, Madeline (Deborah Shelton). Upon their arrival the couple is greeted by Nereus (Jos Ferrer), the not so friendly mayor of the island town who looks at the picture of Madeline that Neil carries with him but offers no help or clues.

That night, while poking about town, Neil and Sherry actually come Madeline who happens to be hanging out with a treasure hunter named Frye (James Earl Jones). He's a hard-drinking man who quotes Shakespeare and greets Neil with a knife to the throat. Madeline calms him down and they talk, but it's clear Frye doesn't trust these intruders any more than he trusts the natives. The next day, the four of them hang out alongside Barbara (...Read the entire review »


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