This awesome and incredibly rare Turkish/Italian co-production, starts out as a Euro crime outing and quickly turns into a dark and sleazy House on the Edge of the Park type exploitation affair with the villain Ahmet (Piero Fabiani) taking a blind man, his daughter and niece hostage at their mansion and subjecting them to all kinds of mental, physical and sexual abuse. Turkish legend Tarik Akan plays Commissioner Murat who is out to catch Ahmet - even if it means dispensing with the rule book altogether!
When his baby daughter is was ran over by a car full of violent criminals her father decides to avenge her death by gorily killing them all one by one.
In Naples, gangsters have seized the American ambassador. The authorities respond by assembling a special squad; to command it is Borri, a former commissioner who has a personal vendetta against the racket.
Carlito is getting married. But he doesn't dare tell his parents. He also takes advantage of the safety of the bartering rural community from which he commutes back and forth to work.
Tony Carrera is a successful race car driver who was also a great safe-cracker. He gets roped into doing one more big job but finds out too late he's been double-crossed by the big Boss and his beautiful assistant. Meanwhile, his ditsy fiance follows him to Holland where she's constantly in trouble.
Someone's bumping off the Mafia bosses of Salerno and it's down to the newly elected leader to figure out who - and rescue his son in the process.
A young peasant, Aldo Contini, come to Rome in search of a job. In order to observe two women who are sunbathing on a terrace, he climbs up to a roof, not knowing that he is on the roof of a palace, in which has been killed a little girl. Forced to escape, on his own from the moment in which someone discovers the corpse, he is mistaken for the assassin and only the providential participation of a policeman succeeds in saving him from the furious vengeance of an angry mob. In possession of some clues, he is subjected to a brutal interrogation by the police, during which Aldo, after having uselessly protested his innocence of the crime, ends up confessing to the crime in front of the enquirers.
Eurocrime/Poliziotteschi movie from 1967.
Richard Harrison is the Mob hit man who finds friendships can get you into trouble when he meets an old buddy who turns out to be part of an opposing family!
Three terrorists—a rebel girl from an upper-class family, a teacher who despises capitalism, and an ex-con with a taste for violence—come together to kill the Minister of the Interior and destabilise the government.
A beautiful, but naive, young woman kills a rapist in self defense. But her degenerate, crippled uncle, senses an opportunity and weaves a complex web of blackmail around her to steal a stash of diamonds.
Rosario Inzulìa, a young man involved with the Mafia, was sentenced to labor camp, forced to pay also for crimes he didn't commit. After eight long years of imprisonment he's finally released. Rosario goes back to Sicily, where he learns that his wife died in an accident. He tries to rebuild his life, but when he finds out that his wife was murdered, he decides that it's time to take action: alone against the Mafia!
Franco (Dean Stratford) decides to kill his girlfriend’s pimp, and from there things go bad and he gets beaten up by the henchmen of Gordon Mitchell, who also kidnaps and murders his girlfriend. So Franco buys two Magnum .38’s from a guy called “The Gypsy” and . . . it’s time for revenge.
Out of prison at last, charismatic sociopath Neal tries to visit the baby son he's never seen, his indifferent parents, and the grave of his horse - not in that order. But mainly he wants to rejoin his old gang in the "pony club" subculture of the wild Northside- would be urban cowboys riding horses rough shod and bare back through the streets of Dublin. He then runs into the squealer who set him up.
Former shepherds return to Sardinia from Milan in order to avenge a brother wantonly killed by bandits. In describing the grinding contrasts between places and personages of old and new Sardinia, director Piero Livi does not falter, photographing faithfully a desolated land, stuck in the past but alienated from traditional beliefs.
Eurocrime/Poliziotteschi movie from 1979.
Northon is a retired gangster wants to avenge the death of his sister, who was married to Frank Cline. Cline disappeared while transporting a large shipment of the Organization's gold, leaving three dead bodies behind him. Northon follows the trail to the sunken ship and tries to beat rival gangsters to the lost gold.
A group of gangsters escape from prison and attempt to destroy a rival organisation holed up in a convent in Mexico.