This Review is from MONDO DIGITAL with Thanks. Night of the Cobra Woman
The first Filipino horror film from the Roger Corman-founded New World Pictures, Night of the Cobra Woman is one of the earlier entries in the snake-themed Night of the Cobra Womanhorror cycle of the 1970s (which also includes such favorites as Jennifer, Killer Snakes, and Sssssss). This one's pretty strange and ratty even by drive-in standarsd of the time, which of course accounts for all of its charm today.
The fun starts during World War II as two nurses approach a cave on a tropical island. Lena (Ganja and Hess's Marlene Clark) goes inside to explore it and gets bitten by a mystical snake… Read more
NOTE: 88 Films has commented on the running time: "We're aware through the comments on its page that the running time on Tourist Trap has become an issue. We did notice this when we received the master from the US and did raise the issue with Full Moon but ultimately this is the only HD master available and we felt we had to run with it to give the UK fans at least the equivalent of the US Blu-ray.
We considered adding in the missing excerpts from the DVD master but that would have created noticeable shifts in image quality and ruined the 5.1 mix. Also this release does include a brand new commentary by David Schmoeller and we're… Read more
Lady Assassin, The Written by: Michael Den Boer on May 4th, 2014 Thanks to 10K Bullets website.
Synopsis: Four female assassins use a remotely located tavern to lure, kill and rob from thieves and corrupt government officials.
The premise is basic and straightforward. The narrative follows your atypical martial arts layout. The opening act establishes who everyone is, the middle act is spent building up the character / characters through a series of training sequences and the final act sees the results of the aforementioned training as this film’s main characters face off against their nemesis . And though there is some familiarity due to the formulaic structure… Read more