Fernando Sancho

  • Eugenio Martín – Réquiem para el gringo AKA Duel in the Eclipse (1968)

    Gringo is a notorious gunfighter. After his brother is tortured and killed by bandits, Gringo joins the group to eliminate them one by one from the inside! A nice looking and somewhat offbeat movie starring Lang Jeffries with Femi Benussi, Fernando Sancho, Carlo Gaddi, Rubén Rojo, Aldo Sambrell , Carlo Simoni, Giuliana Garavaglia, Glenn Saxson, Ángel Álvarez and Marisa Paredes.
    Lang Jeffries, Fernando Sancho, Femi Benussi, Carlos Gaddi. A unique Euro-western with the hero as an astrologist who wears a leopard suit. Sure, there’s a revenge theme, but overall this is a different brand of spaghetti. It’s very moody and feels like a Euro-horror film in spots.Read More »

  • José Antonio de la Loma – Timanfaya (Amor prohibido) AKA Timanfaya (Forbidden Love) (1972)

    Quote:
    In the Canary Islands there is a love story between a young and attractive woman, dissatisfied in her marriage to a man older than her, and a handsome sculptor of her age who lives in a bohemian way.Read More »

  • Vicente Aranda – Cambio de sexo AKA Change of Sex (1977)

    Quote:
    In a small town outside of Barcelona, Spain, José Maria is a teenager with a big problem, he imagines that he is really a woman. While he begins to show his desire to be a woman through his appearance, the reactions within his household make things more difficult for him. His rude father is a male chauvinist who, afraid of his son’s softness, puts him to work chopping wood. Then, his father takes him to a cabaret show, to expose José Maria to women. However at a show, José Maria is exposed to a dancer named Bibi, who is a transgender woman, for the first time.Read More »

  • Amando de Ossorio – El ataque de los muertos sin ojos aka Return of the Evil Dead (1973)

    500 years after they were blinded and executed for committing human sacrifices, a band of Templar knights returns from the grave to terrorize a rural Portuguese village during it’s centennial celebration.

    Being blind, the Templars find their victims through sound, usually the screams of their victims. Taking refuge in a deserted cathedral, a small group of people must find a way to escape from the creatures.Read More »

  • Duccio Tessari – Una pistola per Ringo AKA A Pistol for Ringo (1965)

    Synopsis:
    An ‘angel-faced’ gunfighter is tasked with infiltrating a ranch overrun by Mexican bandits and saving their hostages, including the fiancée of the local sheriff.Read More »

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