Hey everyone! Austin here. I’ve started a new podcast! It will be 52 episodes! One a week! Reviewing every film from 1973. I’m really excited about this project, and I hope you have fun listening to it as much as I had fun making it. I can’t wait to share all of this with you!
Listen to the podcast for further explanation on what exactly this podcast is. You can find the link to the podcast at the bottom of this article.
Also, you can check out the full upcoming schedule for the podcast here.
For this episode, Film Geek Central’s own Scott Davis and Jesse Hoheisel will be joining me, as we review the first 5 movies released in 1973.
Here are the movies we will be reviewing on this week’s episode:
THE VANISHING WILDERNESS [G] 90min Directed by Arthur R. Dubs & Heinz Sielmann – A nature Documentary.
THE SPIDER’S STRATAGEM [Not Rated] 94min Starring Giulio Brogi ; Directed by Bernardo Bertolucci – Italian mystery about a man trying to figure out who murdered his father.
THE BLACK BUNCH [X] 76min Starring a bunch of unknown actors; Directed by Henning Schellerup – A blaxploitation/sexploitation film about some native African women trying to steal guns from some mercenaries so they can have revenge on the guerillas who destroyed their village.
THE BLIND DEAD [PG] 82min Starring Helen Harp, Cesar Burner, Lone Fleming; Directed by Amando de Ossorio – Spanish Horror film about some undead Knights rising from their graves and terrorizing some travelers.
BLACK MAMA, WHITE MAMA [R] 86min Starring Pam Grier, Margaret Markov, Sid Haig; Directed by Eddie Romero – 2 female prisoners escape and find themselves being tracked by mercenaries, guerillas and the Philippine Government.
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