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Blu-ray Review - Shadows in an Empty Room


Supercop cinema heads to the Great White North in "Shadows in an Empty Room," a 1976 production directed by Alberto De Martino ("The Pumaman"). Taking intrigue and murder to the rough streets of Quebec, the picture has a certain cultural point of view to keep it engaging, offering a mystery populated with restrained, almost polite participants. The helmer strives to keep the feature eventful and, at times, horrific, and for those who enjoy their police adventures with real bite, "Shadows in an Empty Room" supplies an enormous amount of crashing and smashing to fill up its run time, with De Martino more committed to the essentials of bodily harm than the nuances of a whodunit. And thank goodness for that. Read the rest at


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