PSYCHO CIRCUS (1966, Anamorphic Widescreen) Christopher Lee, Leo Genn, Anthony Newlands, Heinz Drache, Margaret Lee, Eddi Arent, Klaus Kinski. A botched heist ends with one of the criminals shooting a police officer. The shooter is given the chance to give the boss his share before being allowed to flee the country. Unfortunately, he is murdered upon his arrival at the meeting place. The action then switches to a circus where it’s believed the identity of the murderer will be revealed. There we are introduced to a whole host of shady and mysterious characters. Several Edgar Wallace regulars. Gorgeous color, from 35mm.
RAT FINK (1966. Anamorphic Widescreen) Schuyler Hayden, Hal Bokar, Warrene Ott, Judy Hughes. A great film! Hayden is a ruthless rock singer wannabe who takes what he wants, unafraid to stamp out anybody who gets in his way, especially beautiful girls! The scene where he torches a rock & roll singer in his car is jolting. There are many tense scenes of real human drama in this film and you’ll end up hating Hayden’s character by film’s end. Much in the same vein as films like The Sadist, which, like Rat Fink, was directed by James Landis. A cult classic. From 35mm.