Badass B-movies

A Breed Apart (1984) - Blu-ray ReviewIt has to suck to watch a film suffer in its comprehension due to a missing reel. It almost screams of sabotage. But such is the case for A Breed Apart, now on blu-ray thanks to Shout Factory. Featuring Rutger Hauer protecting an island sanctuary and crawling nude ...

Terminal Island (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewCelebrities Tom Selleck and Roger Mosley, before they starred in Magnum P.I. together, were stuck on a different island located on a different sea. And it definitely was not as scenic as Hawaii. Well, Phyllis Davis (Sweet Sugar) was there so I guess there were definitely massive ...

Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary (1975) - Blu-ray ReviewThere is a disturbing loneliness that is central to this low budget horror flick from 1975.  Its subject matter is disturbing.  Its sexuality is raw.  It is a movie about a vampire with no fear of crosses or garlic.  And in Mexico, there is no escaping the sun.  An American Vampire  ...

The Curse of the Cat People - Blu-ray ReviewBecause sometimes that wild animal magnetism doesn’t stay dead. “We never have any fun with Amy.  She spoils everything,” is the general consensus about one young girl.  She’s a bit odd.  Her parents have noticed certain things in her that cause concern ...

Grave Robbers (1988) - Blu-ray ReviewSome girls have all the luck.  Nora Mae Edwards (Elizabeth Mannino), a bummed-out waitress at an all-night diner, just accepted an offer for marriage from a well-dressed dude who likes his women a little cold.  Okay, so maybe she’s not so lucky, but the dude ...

Body of Evidence (1993) - Blu-ray Review“Have you ever seen animals make love?”  The question is not as innocent as it sounds.  Neither is the answer.  Especially when Madonna, portraying a suspected bedroom murderer, is the one asking the questions.  She’s being accused of fornicating a rich man to ...

Black Candles (1982) - Blu-ray ReviewThe evil eye might be bad luck but so is jacking off a goat, Boils and Ghouls. Tread lightly. Welcome this version of a fleshy and fantasy-ridden Hell, mofos! It is a place where touching yourself is permitted! Woot woot! This is Rosemary’s Baby with more skin, more Satan ...

Cut-Throats Nine (1972) - Blu-ray Review

When the Italians go dark with their westerns, there’s no room for heroes. That’s what happens in Cut-Throats Nine, a serious-minded spaghetti western that is more Tarantino than the man himself. It is disturbed, gory, and twisted as hell and it tells one hell of a story ...

Night of the Lepus (2018) - Blu-ray ReviewRabbits.  They aren’t as cute as they seem.  Ask any Australian and they will tell you the truth: underground mutton.  In Night of the Lepus, now on blu-ray thanks to the horror hooligans over at Scream Factory, these furry critters grow and grow and grow and then they ATTACK!  ...

Lionheart (1990) - Blu-ray Review“What I did tonight, I did for my family.” Print critics, back in the day, might have kicked its ass but, damn, people STILL love the characters in the highly-quotable Lionheart.  It is, as far as Jean-Claude Van Damme is concerned, a very important film as it proved that he could  ...

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