CODE 7 VICTIM 5/MOZAMBIQUE DOUBLE FEATURE

CODE 7 VICTIM 5/MOZAMBIQUE DOUBLE FEATURE 1

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CODE 7…VICTIM5 and MOZAMBIQUE REVIEWED

“Code 7…Victim 5” is the first two Colonial Adventures directed by Robert Lynn in 1964. The forced attempt at turning these British B movies into spy romps always felt forced. But, it evokes this weird Indiana Jones style blend. There’s espionage, plane action and a push for exotic locales. The entire film is a hunt for a treasure found in a random photo. The film is beautiful shot by Nicolas Roeg and it should entertain your parents.

“Mozambique” follows a pilot who tries to make his way through Apartheid era South Africa. What we get is a story about drug smuggling, kidnapping and trying to sleep with a lounge singer. Forget the Corman comparisons with the first movie, this one feels like a straight Cannon film. It’s just a shame that cult British cinema of the early to mid 1960s didn’t spice things up with nudity.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Theatrical Trailers

A/V QUALITY STATS

  • 2.35:1 1080p transfer
  • DTS-HD Mono

RELEASE DATE: 3/29/16PDVD_004PDVD_045

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