Category Archives: Film Review

Klaus Kinski: Call me Beast

Beauty and the Beast (Shelley Duvall’s Faerie Tale Theatre) (Dir Roger Vadim, 1984) Basic plot:  Beauty and her two sisters Marguerite and Georgette are living a life of poverty as their father’s merchant ships are lost at sea.  When one … Continue reading

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Klaus Kinski and the sexual microphone

How can you review a German interview DVD without subtitles when your German is, let’s say, a little rusty?  Well, you don’t as such – you take loads of screen grabs to keep everyone’s interest and hope that they don’t … Continue reading

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Jess Franco: Jack the Ripper vs The Awful Dr Orlof

It seems like ages ago now that I reviewed Jess Franco’s Jack the Ripper (1976) but, if you’ve been paying attention, you might recall that as Klaus Kinski’s character was called Dr Orloff I made reference in the review to … Continue reading

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Klaus Kinski needs to work on his interview technique

Circus of Fear aka Circus of Terror; Das Rätsel des silbernen Dreieck; Psycho-Circus (Dir John Llewellyn Moxey, 1966) Basic plot: A security guard is killed during an armed robbery on Tower Bridge.  The robbers get away with the money leaving … Continue reading

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Klaus Kinski burns down the boathouse

Love Sounds episode from TV series The Hitchhiker, aka La musique adoucit les morts (Le Voyageur) (Dir David Wickes, 1984) Basic plot: Kurt Hoffmann, a classical music composer, hires Eric Dunlap to create the ultimate sound system for him.  Whilst … Continue reading

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Klaus Kinski wants to give people fun

KlausKinski.45minutes (Dir Jay Miracle, 1985) Background: Klaus Kinski is bored and agrees to do an interview with the film maker Jay Miracle on the De Laurentiis Studios lot outside Rome.  This leads to a chaotic rant on various subjects including … Continue reading

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Klaus Kinski gets thrown out of a window

A Genius, Two Partners and a Dupe aka Nobody’s the Greatest; Un genio, due compare, un pollo; Nobody ist der Größte; Un genie, deux associés, une cloche (Dir Damiano Damiani, 1975) Basic plot: Joe Thanks teams up with Steamengine Bill … Continue reading

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