Espionage in Tangier (1965) & Cool, It Carol! (1970)

Just wanted to remind any readers who might visit this blog that I’m also a regular contributor to Cinedelica, which is a great international site with lots of information about cult films.

My most recent contributions were DVD reviews for the new eurospy Drive-In Double Feature: Assassination in Rome (1965) / Espionage in Tangier (1965), from Dark Sky Films and the British Sexploitation comedy Cool, It Carol (1970), which was recently released by Image Entertainment.

At Cinedelica you can also find lots of news and information about new and old cinema, book reviews, festival updates and great Cult Clips from many unusual and entertaining films.

Stop by the site and say hello!

2 thoughts on “Cinedelica News

  1. Kimberly, do you know if Claude Chabrol’s spy pictures from the 1960s are available on widescreen DVD? I’ve never seen them and would love to:

    Le Tigre aime la chair fraiche (Code Name: Tiger, 1964)

    Marie-Chantal contre le docteur Kha (Marie-Chantal vs. Doctor Kha, 1965)

    Le Tigre se parfume à la dynamite (Our Agent Tiger, 1965)

  2. Hello Ray! I did a little hunting around, but couldn’t find info about a DVD release anywhere so I don’t think they’re available yet. On the bright side, the recent popularity of the latest James Bond film seems to have sparked some interest in older spy movies and we’ll probably see more get released this year. I’m really happy to see some of these films finally seeing the light of day since there’s thousands of eurospy movies that have never even been released on VHS. Hopefully the Claude Chabrol films will see a release sooner or later.

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