Badass B-movies

Gas Pump Girls - Blu-ray

Fill ‘er up, Joe, the Gas Pump Girls are back in action doing what they do best.  Service with a smile! Welcome back to Hometown High!  Fresh faces!  Moral fortitude!  And, obviously, lots and lots of sexually repressed shenanigans ...

Robot Holocaust (1987)I don’t know about you, but ANY movie that begins with Wizard Video Presents and then manages to work its (pause for dramatic effect) title into the opening few moments of narration is sure to be a B-movie winner.  And, truly, the robot rebellion that ...

Kuffs (1992) - Blu-ray ReviewBecause Gleaming the Cube didn’t quite pay all the Slater-avenging bills!  Okay, I will fess up. When I originally saw this flick, it was for Milla Jovovich dancing around in her underwear and for no other reason. I mean, I guess I thought that maybe it ...

The Brain (1988) - Blu-rayCanuxploitation goes for the head with director Ed Hunt’s The Brain.  Maybe not for everyone, but for those audiences out there hungry from some Cronenberg-esque madness, this is a pulpy movie that delivers the goods.  And now, thanks to Shout! Factory, the movie and its monster ...

Tarantula (1955) - Blu-ray ReviewGiant hands and giant insects! Tarantula! has returned to prey upon us all! ...

Paradise Alley (1978) - Blu-rayThe slums never appeared so expressive and atmospheric than they do in this flick.  The 1940s absolutely come alive thanks to an eloquent expression of nightmarish entrapment that hugs the atmosphere and the crazy characters of this poverty row picture from Sylvester Stallone, who  ...

Scared Stiff (1987)Ca-Ca-Crazy lives here and, if you are anything like me and my warped sensibility, you are gonna love it  ...

I Spit on Your Grave: Deja Vu (2019) - Blu-rayThe horror of that fateful day in 1978’s I Spit on Your Grave returns thanks to writer/director  Meir Zarchi,  He did the first film, remember?  In fact, the one and only Camille Keaton as Jennifer Hills is also back doing what she does best: getting revenge.  This time, though  ...

The Strange Door (1951) - blu-rayDeception!  Trickery!  And really bad wigs! There are two reasons why one steps foot through The Strange Door.  They are two BIG reasons, mind you, being the over-the-top performances from Charles Laughton and Boris Karloff, who spends a lot of time ...

The Land Unknown (1957) - Blu-ray Review

Fun with helicopter models and CinemaScope exploits! The Land Unknown arrives on blu-ray thanks to Kino Lorber Studio Classics and while it is definitely C-grade 1950s entertainment – happiest when knocking off King Kong and The Lost World – the adventure film ...

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