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Reviews listed in alphabetical order by Movie or TV Series title.
All opinions are my own (and most certainly biased :).
More reviews will be added as time permits.


The Forbidden Dance
See Lambada: The Forbidden Dance



H. P. Lovecraft's Necronomicon: Book of the Dead
See Necronomicon



Lambada: The Forbidden Dance
(Columbia, 1990)

In A Nutshell:
A Brazilian princess comes to America to save the rain forest.

Overall:
A bad movie. Ouch.

Richard Lynch's Role:
Benjamin Maxwell

Memorable Moments:
Ah, the saving grace of the entire production - Richard Lynch dirty dances! In a scene that unfortunately lasts less than a minute, we get to see RL strut his stuff before the boyfriend arrives to punch him in the face and save the princess.

Quotable Quotes:

Other Notable Performances:
Sid Haig as the strong and silent Joa, witch doctor extraordinaire.

Reviews on the Web:
Hicks on Flicks
Mambo Jambo
Mr. Showbiz Movie Guide
E! Online-Fact Sheet
TV Guide Movie Guide





Necronomicon
(1993)
(aka H. P. Lovecraft's Necronomicon: Book of the Dead, US release title, 1996)

In A Nutshell:
H. P. Lovecraft discovers the Necronomicon and the stories within.

Overall:
A fair movie. Predictable.

Richard Lynch's Role:
Part I: The Drowned - Jethro De Lapoer

Memorable Moments:

Quotable Quotes:

Other Notable Performances:
Don Calfa as a strange little man in Part III.

Reviews on the Web:
E! Online-Fact Sheet
TV Guide Movie Guide
99 Lives





The Ninth Configuration
(aka Twinkle, Twinkle, Killer Kane 1980)

In A Nutshell:
A Marine psychiatrist is in charge of a government run asylum on the backside of nowhere.

Overall:
A fair movie. Strange.

Richard Lynch's Role:
Richard (2nd biker)

Memorable Moments:
An inmate (Scott Wilson) escapes and heads for the local bar which is overrun with bikers. The Marine psychiatrist (Stacey Keach) goes looking for him. The bikers, of course, humiliate them and Keach (while Wilson is getting more than his fair share at the hands of biker Richard) takes it all until the head biker insults the U.S. Marine Corps. Only then does Keach wipe up the place with every biker and biker chick in sight.

Quotable Quotes:

Other Notable Performances:
Good cast:
Stacey Keach as the psychiatrist, Col. Kane.
Scott Wilson as Capt. Cutshaw.
Ed Flanders as Col. Fell.
Neville Brand
Moses Gunn
Jason Miller
Robert Loggia
Alejandro Rey
Steve Sandor

Reviews on the Web:
E! Online-Fact Sheet
TV Guide Movie Guide
On Film Brief Reviews
Cinemania





Return to Justice
(1989)

In A Nutshell:
A cowboy sheriff goes to South America to rescue his kidnapped daughter.

Overall:
A fair movie.

Richard Lynch's Role:
Sheriff Jethro Lincoln

Memorable Moments:

Quotable Quotes:

Other Notable Performances:
Cameron Mitchell as Wayne, the sheriff's good buddy.

Reviews on the Web:
There are none. I can't find where this video was ever released.
If anyone knows where I can buy an original, please let me know!





The Seven-Ups
(1973)

In A Nutshell:
A team of undercover cops on a case in New York City.

Overall:
A good movie. Entertaining.

Richard Lynch's Role:
Moon

Memorable Moments:
The chase scene: Roy Scheider chases RL and his partner in crime through New York City. The scene lasts an extraordinarily long time, but what makes it memorable is RL's reactions to his partner's driving skills (or lack of them).

Quotable Quotes:

Other Notable Performances:
Roy Scheider as the leader of the Seven-Ups.
Tony lo Bianco as Scheider's lifelong pal.
Larry Haines as a mobster boss.

Reviews on the Web:
Mr. Showbiz Movie Guide
E! Online-Fact Sheet





The Sword and the Sorcerer
(1982)

In A Nutshell:
With sword in hand, a prince attempts to overtake the usurper king.

Overall:
A good movie.

Richard Lynch's Role:
King Titus Cromwell

Memorable Moments:

Quotable Quotes:

Other Notable Performances:
Lee Horsley as Talon
Richard Moll
Simon MacCorkindale
George Maharis

Reviews on the Web:
Mr. Showbiz Movie Guide
E! Online-Fact Sheet
TV Guide Movie Guide





Twinkle, Twinkle, Killer Kane
See The Ninth Configuration



Vampire
(1979)

In A Nutshell:

Overall:

Richard Lynch's Role:
Prince Anton Voytek

Memorable Moments:

Quotable Quotes:

Other Notable Performances:
Jason Miller--RL also worked with him in The Ninth Configuration
E.G. Marshall

Reviews on the Web:




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