Badass B-movies

The Car (1977) - Blu-ray ReviewJames Brolin. A demonic car. Some Native American warnings. And the arid American desert. What else do you need to have one helluva damn good time? Nothing. And that's exactly the territory of The Car, a horror film that owes its inception to the success of Jaws. Directed by   ...

The Brain that Wouldn't Die - Blu-ray ReviewWhen you get to a B-movie as aptly titled as The Brain that Wouldn’t Die, you – of course – have to embrace disbelief with open arms. If you do, you won’t exactly be disappointed with the results as one doctor refuses to give up on his girlfriend and decides to attach her   ...

Twice Told Tales (1963) - Blu-ray ReviewIt was only a matter of time. Poe couldn’t be the sole horror author to get ALL the attention from the cinema. And so, when it came to a new round of anthology items to consider, Vincent Price found himself caught inside the pages of Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Gothicism  ...

Voodo Man (1944) - Blu-ray ReviewBela Lugosi. George Zucco. John Carradine. Why wouldn’t a Horror Hound NOT want to check out director William Beaudine’s Voodoo Man? Of course, there are plenty of things wrong with this unintentionally campy horror flick BUT it’s all so perfectly harmless that  ...

Cooties (2014) - Blu-ray Review...because little kids really can be this terrible!  The horror/comedy hybrid is a really weird and tricky sub-genre to tackle as a writer.  Everything has to hit in such a manner that it satisfies both genre devotees just right.  Leave it then to one of Glee’s creators, Ian Brennan, and ...

Blood and Lace - Blu-ray ReviewIt's a Wonderful Life’s Gloria Grahame and Len Lesser (ya know, Uncle Leo from Seinfeld), make a deadly duo in Philip Gilbert’s Blood and Lace. Written and co-produced by Gil Lasky (The Night God Screamed), the slasher flick is a wannabe skin flick that teases its sleaze  ...

The Mask (1961) - Blu-ray Review

…in which Canada makes its very first wide-release horror movie. Wait. What?! It’s true. It wasn’t until the early 1960s that our polite friends up north decided to tingle their spines with the psychological art-house 3D terror of director Julian Roffman’s The Mask (AKA   ...

The Incredible Two-headed Transplant - Blu-ray ReviewBruce Dern attaching two heads to a monkey.  Hell, Dern attaching two heads to anything!!!  If that image doesn’t get you excited for a schlock film full of nastiness, then I doubt little else will.  You should probably stop reading and click somewhere else. Still here?  Okay ...

Stung - Blu-ray ReviewGenre fans rejoice!  The creature feature B-movie category just got a brand spankin’ new addition to its roster of gore, charm, and cheese.  Stung, directed by Benni Diez, is just the type of garden party turned story of survival you’ve been waiting for.  Full of genetically-mutated   ...

Flying Disc Man From Mars - Blu-ray ReviewWhile considered a rather weak film serial when compared to other flicks of the era, Flying Disc Man from Mars – a 12-part science fiction offering from Republic – is a solid example of just how silly and fun the format was for moviegoers.  Olive Films, who released The Invisible  ...

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