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Milano Calibro 9 (1971)

Today I bring you the first movie of the Milieu Trilog which gave us three of the best movies of the whole eurocrime genre. Directed by Fernando Di Leo , loved by many yet unknown to the masses.

The movie starts extremely well with one of the best pre-opening credit scenes out there. We get a small introduction to some characters and a bit of the plot with an intense atmosphre will listening to a progressive rock song. This scene leaves you with a lot of questions but also leaves you wanting more, a lot more. After the opening credits we get introduced to Ugo Piazza, played brilliantly by Gastone Moschin, who just got released from prison thanks to good behavior. He was safer in prison because his former employer, Rocco, a psychopathic gangster and the police all believe he stole $300,000 during his last assignment before he went into prison and that he chose to go to jail to protect himself and to later benefit from his hidden money. The $300,000 belonged to an American drug boss who does not like people stealing from him and who gives poor Ugo more then a hard time. Of course not everything is like it seams and many plot twists occur.

The movie also contains an interesting subplot about two cops constantly arguing about rich vs poor people committing crime and what the best way is to deal with it. An interesting look in the Di Leo's politics.
The technical side of the movie is great with beautiful shots of Milan mixed with well made sets. The performances are excellent with an exception for some of the real small parts. The movies thrives with a mix of close up shots of peoples faces and some excellent scenes of packages being passed around in public areas. Those scenes have no dialog but more of the marvelous soundtrack. This soundtrack is a mix between progressive rock and more traditional funky 70's Italian crime music.

This movie is an excellent introduction to the genre and is recommended to any movie fan willing to give it a shot.
Score: 9/10

Werewolves on Wheels (1971)

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This time I review a bmovie with a great premise.
The premise: Werewolves on motercycles.
That is all you get and indeed all you should want from any movie.
The story:
Here is how the script must have been:
Gang is driving through the dessert.
-They do something cool like driving on the wrong lane (WHAT A BADASS GANG)
Gang is driving through the dessert.
-They steal some gasoline (BADASS RIGHT?)
Gang is driving through the dessert.
-They are sleeping
Gang is driving through the dessert.
-they encounter a random satanic gang who try to sacrifice one of the female bikers. Our cool gang give them a good beating but they get cursed in the process.
Gang is driving through the dessert.
-Two of them kill each other
Gang is driving through the dessert.
- they are all spooked
Gang is driving through the dessert.
Gang is driving through the dessert.
-a fistfight
Gang is driving through the dessert.

They are such badasses. You know you don't want to mess with them.

At this point one of the crew members must have noticed that their weren't any werewolves to be found yet
so in the last quarter or so finally we see some werewolves (who indeed ride on a motorcycle for like 5 seconds).
They quickly get killed by the rest of the gang ending this disappointing movie.

Guys this is no time to sleep, people where murdered just now.

I can't believe they messed this up, all they needed to do was have a gang of werewolves ride on motorcycles and do shenanigans like plunder towns, pillaging it and raping the girls.
Now that would be a movie that is totally the opposite of this one (meaning not completely boring).

Warning these screens make the flick seem better then it is.

If you enjoy bad cinema that is so bad it remains bad, or you just don't like entertainment please search for this dvd. Otherwise just chuckle at the name of this movie and move on, their are so many better drive in movies then this one.
Score: 1/10
Ps: listen to the commentary on the dvd, sound like they had a better time filming it then we have watching it.