Badass B-movies

Baby: Secret of the Lost Legend - Blu-ray ReviewWhen in the jungle, it would be wise of happily married (and still sexually active) couples to actually keep the noises of their lovemaking down. It might attract all kinds of beasts once thought extinct…like the brontosaurus family at the center of Baby: Secret of ...

Slaughterhouse Rock (1988) Blu-ray ReviewTruthfully, New Wave would be nothing without certain bands. When I say DEVO you say what, ghouls and boils? The outfits? The music? Or is it the realization that Mark Mothersbaugh, DEVO’s lead singer and untiring Hollywood composer, is a certified genius? Because Mothersbaugh ...

Zeder - Blu-rayA shell of a building. An empty room. And a line of monitors all tuned in to the same dead channel: a close-up of a corpse. It is the face of Don Luigi Costa, a religious man who gave up his vows after his horrible diagnosis. How bizarre! How eerie! How utterly unusual! What ...

chaos dont look in basemen blurayCode Red does fans of the Drive-In a very cool favor with the release of the Chaos and Don’t Look in the Basement double feature. While Don’t Look in the Basement has been released on Blu-ray previously, never before has the cult classic been presented in a twofer ...

Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990) - Blu-ray ReviewWhile it is way too slick in comparison to the first two Texas Chainsaw Massacre films, New Line Cinema’s rebranding of the series – as confusing as that opening scrawl is – remains of interest because, originally set to be released as the 1980s came to a close, this film would ...

Night of the Living Dead: Criterion Collection - Blu-ray Review

The Dead live ... again! There’s no denying that Criterion’s handling of writer/director George A. Romero’s Night of the Living Dead just might be the most important blu-ray release of the year ...

Drag Me to Hell - Blu-ray ReviewWhen this film was originally released NINE YEARS AGO, we really wanted writer/director Sam Raimi to be back in the business of scaring the pants off of us and making us howl with laughter. We got exactly what we wanted with Drag Me to Hell even if Raimi remained relatively ...

Schoolgirls in chains (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewEven primal therapy was never this raw. Produced and directed by Don Jones, the opening montage of china dolls set to a really cheesy song that, simply put, is beyond tortuous for its audience is just about the most disquieting way to begin this lurid tale of madness and murder ...

The Amicus Collection - Blu-ray ReviewHoly Hatchets!  The moving severed limbs of one deceased wife attacking the people who plotted her basement murder are all you need to see in order to believe in the IMPACT of Amicus Productions.  Chop. Chop. Chop.  ...

The Diabolical Dr. Z (1966) - Blu-ray ReviewArtsy kink.  This is what awaits you inside one of director Jesús "Jess" Franco best and most masterfully shot films. With Spanish-born filmmaker Jess Franco’s eerie feature, The Diabolical Dr. Z, things begin to get sexy and strange.  Truthfully, there’s no going back either as  ...

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