14 March, 2008


Freda's first giant monster science fiction film. He turned over the production to Mario Bava when he found out it was really about tripe! I'll be presenting an eye-catching journey through this personal favorite Saturday matinee item illustrated with screenshots, rare posters and vintage images later on the new Riccardo Freda Forum at CINEMADROME.


Rare Spanish poster for Riccardo Freda's LA VENDETTA DI AQUILA NERA (1951), a brief review of this visually fascinating historical adventure is now up on the new RICCARDO FREDA forum on CINEMADROME [www.cinemdrome.yuku.com] or just click on the link at the top of the sidebar at left.

I've created this forum to examine, discuss and illustrate the career and films of my favorite Italian director of genre films from 1942 to 1994. The taskmaster of Mario Bava, Dario Argento, and many more who worked with him and studied his ultra stylish synthesis of visuals, music and montage.

We'll be looking at some of his more obscure projects as well as his more well known horror films, gialli, Eurospy, and peplum titles, complete with production stills, posters and other images.

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