Andy Starke and Pete Tombs’ Eurotika! series is now up there, including specials on Spain and two individual directors: José Larraz, and of course Jess Franco (see the interview with Carlos Aguilar last year), featuring Lina Romay, who died down in Málaga last winter.
Pete’s Immoral Tales, which accompanied the series, was excellent, and though I haven’t read the global follow-up (purchasable via the sidebar), I assume it is no less enthralling.
Last month I took some stalwarts of the Copenhagen industry round Barcelona, and their general opinion was that just about everything had gone downhill since the 70s, but I don’t really follow the post-Milton Jr scene, and that may just be old men’s talk.
- Zwarte film enzovoort
Ik ga vanmiddag naar het film noir festival te Manresa om Parranda (1977) te zien en dan naar director Gonzalo Suárez
- What Theo van Gogh really said
There’s a deserved attack here by Franco Alemán on a lousy article by Carmen Montón in La Vanguardia, the paper for
Although he’s probably better known for his trip from Istanbul to China via the old Silk Road, Gabriel Pernau is the
- Spanish funeral service
Spanish insurers Fiatc have a fairly grisly reputation for health provision care in general. Here‘s how they deal with you once
- “Prussian Jews wanted to come back to Spain in 1854”
The story of the Moroccans with keys to houses in Granada is well known. La Cruz, The Cross, a Catholic periodical