Badass B-movies

Octaman (1971) - Blu-ray ReviewHalf-man, half-sea serpent; all thrashing rubber!  Filmmaker Harry Essex is at it once again.  Yes, the writer of Creature from the Black Lagoon and It Came from Outer Space is once again striking fear into the hearts of ecologists with his stock footage-padded warning about ...

Aftermath (1982) - Blu-ray Review

I’m not sure anyone should hold a gun to the back of Sid Haig’s legendary bald head.  There’s always Hell to pay later.  Thankfully, the lasers in The Aftermath are not set to stun.  Long neglected, it is now time to welcome a true cult ...

Lucifer's Women/Doctor Dracula Limited Edition - Blu-ray ReviewOrgies! Cocaine! A bug-eyed hypnotist!  And women, women, women!  Lucifer's Women is a nutso exploration between evil energy sources as satanic possession makes one woman's skin crawl. ...

Dario Argento's Opera (1987) - Blu-ray ReviewThe Italian giallo, my fiends, was still going strong in the 1980s.  Yes, two decades after its debut, the surreal qualities of the sub-genre were still solidly at play in theaters and also still very popular among cult enthusiasts.  Due to the rise of the slasher in America ...

The Sword and the Claw - Blu-ray ReviewHis fingers have been eaten away.  He will no longer be able to use them.  Well, that sounds like a challenge to me!  Game on!  Long live the Texas-based American Genre Film Archive as, once again, they make movies fun again! AGFA goes the distance in rescuing director ...

Fugitive Girls (1974) - Blu-ray ReviewBad acting, bad sex, and organic tea.  Count me in!  What more could five loose women on the run from a prison want on the long and winding road back to the real world?  Violent hippies with awesome moustaches and chains?  Ed Wood in a dual role?  Hell, this ...

The House on Sorority Row (1983) - Blu-ray ReviewA killer cult classic gets cleaned up for its HD debut!  And, no, I am not clowning around.  Heh heh. Written and directed by Mark Rosman (The Blue Yonder), The House on Sorority Row is a slasher film about a wicked prank gone horribly wrong ...

Stigma (1972) - Blu-ray ReviewDon Johnson has A Boy and His Dog long before there was any idea of Sonny Crockett.  It’s only fair then, in those pre-Miami Vice days, that Philip Michael Thomas had an exploitative cult hit under his no-belted waist, too.  Stigma, a movie that tackles a nasty sexually ...

Hands of Steel (1986) - Blu-ray Review"You have no future," read the signs and flyers populating this flick.  With those words, a whole new world of arm-wrestling, cyborgs, truck drivers, and low-flying helicopter chases over bridges begins.  Hands of Steel goes rogue soon after it begins and concerns itself  ...

Eye of the Cat (1969) - Blu-ray ReviewHoly Frying Felines!  How are YOU going to explain the C-A-T in the rotisserie?  It is, of course, one of my favorite questions in this cat-centered cult classic that Scream Factory puts back into circulation this week.  The bizarre film, with its lurking cats and mysterious music ...

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