Badass B-movies

The Human Tornado - Blu-ray ReviewComedian Rudy Ray Moore returns just in the nick of time to save all the fine ladies from racist cops and bad attitudes everywhere.  This time – one year after his original outing – his mission against The Man stretches all the way from rural Alabama to Los Angeles  ...

Blood Bath - Blu-ray ReviewBlood Bath is one of Roger Corman’s wildest endeavors.  I dare suggest that the history of the movie is probably far more interesting and unpredictable than the movie itself.  Well, to be exact, Blood Bath, having started its life in 1962 and finally released in 1966, is actually  ...

The People That Time Forgot - Blu-ray ReviewWhen it comes to directing1970s fantasy/adventure films, Kevin Connor is definitely one of the genre’s mad geniuses.  After showing a very versatile set of skills in bringing dinosaurs back to life with aplomb in The Land that Time Forgot, he flexed hardcore alongside returning ...

Hired to Kill - Blu-ray ReviewOliver Reed.  George Kennedy.  Jose Ferre.  And action movie regular Brian Thompson (otherwise known as the alien bounty hunter in The X-Files).  What movie could possibly bring them together?  And for what reason?  Other than probably being unemployed at  ...

Cotton Comes to Harlem - Blu-ray ReviewAnyone's education in cinema involves stopping for a spell in New York City. While you are there, though, be sure to not skip out on the knowledge that can be gained by watching 1970's fascinating Cotton Comes to Harlem.  ...

Across 110th Street - Blu-ray ReviewBarry Shear's Across 110th Street remains a hard-hitting look at racial violence in the streets of New York City. Loaded with hundreds of F-bombs, there's no denying its visceral power and, while the film gets lumped in with a lot of other Blaxploitation flicks from the era, the  ...

Black Caesar (1973) - Blu-rayWritten and directed by Larry Cohen (The Stuff), Black Caesar is essentially a remake of 1931’s Little Caesar with Edward G. Robinson.  To its credit; however, Cohen’s film has enough stylized action and Harlem locale in it to make it stand out and far, far apart from the  ...

Easy Rider - Blu-ray ReviewThe odds were not in Easy Rider's favor. Coming off of Roger Corman's The Wild Angels and the Jack Nicholson-penned The Trip, Peter Fonda was digging his heels into the counterculture scene. He and wild man Dennis Hopper, driven to tell another tale of  ...

Death Becomes Her - Blu-ray ReviewDeath Becomes Her is, ironically enough, getting a much longer shelf life than ever expected. After suffering from abysmally dismissive reviews at the time of its release, the black comedy is now celebrated as a cult flick. And why not? It's dark and twisted; definitely  ...

Dolemite - Blu-ray ReviewRudy Ray Moore is not an actor. He is not a master of Kung Fu either. He isn't even a pimp but his stand-up comedy took a legendary turn when he adopted the persona of Dolemite and started hilariously rapping and rhyming about sex and violence with a bravado that  ...

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