Badass B-movies

House of Long Shadows - Blu-ray ReviewWhile most of sexploitation director Pete Walker’s films (Die Screaming, Marianne, The Flesh and Blood Show, House of Whipcord) have been greeted with disgust and condemnation, House of Long Shadows is his – as far as the horror genre goes – his most noteworthy. Check  ...

Spaced Invaders - Blu-ray Review…in which we meet Invader ZIM’s inspiration. While perfectly harmless, Spaced Invaders is a kid’s movie that had the potential to be something a little bit more than a silly Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles knockoff. Halloween night. A War of the Worlds rebroadcast ...

Society - Blu-ray ReviewThe directorial debut from Brian Yuzna simply will not be silenced. It is, at once, disgusting and gratuitous and demented; however, its message about wealth and excess expands out beyond the yuppie influence of its origins and speaks volumes here in the golden age of  ...

Army of Frankensteins - Blu-ray reviewSometimes shit is shit.  Writer/director Ryan Bellgardt’s Army of Frankensteins is being advertised as a horror/comedy.  It is neither.  It’s just a bad film that – even with its intriguing premise of a time travelling Frankenstein trapped in the Civil War – goes nowhere fast.  Released by  ...

Loast After Dark - Blu-ray ReviewWhile not remarkable, Lost After Dark is a somewhat effective throwback to the heydey of Slasher flicks that once made the drive-in rounds while knocking off Friday the 13th.  This Canadian feature played well at festival circuits last year and, thanks to Anchor Bay  ...

Nightmare Castle - Blu-ray ReviewSeverin Entertainment, having recently released two of Jess Franco's more renowned films in High Definition, continues their horror exploitation roll out with the release of one of Barbara Steele’s most memorable films.  Full of great atmosphere and a solidly gothic will of ...

Nomads - Blu-ray ReviewWritten and directed by John McTiernan, Nomads is a film whose reputation as a disappointing film suffers solely because it was released way ahead of its time.  Print critics simply killed the film with the pen and their negative reviews upon its initial release in 1986 but –  ...

Burn, Witch, Burn - Blu-ray ReviewA professor, haunted by his own words of disbelief in the supernatural, runs across an empty beach as the surf crashes violently against a steady shore of rock and sand.  He is frantic in his search for his wife who is convinced that the taking of her life will prevent the loss of his.  This scene is one of  ...

The Monster That Challenged the World (1957) - Blu-ray ReviewThe Monster That Challenged the World might not be the smartest creature feature from the heyday of the atomic age but it is nonetheless enjoyable. It opens with a peaceful shot of what is supposed to be California’s Salton Sea as a brilliant white light – emerging ...

War Gods of the Deep - Blu-ray ReviewGrateful Dead.  Janis Joplin.  The Band.  Buddy Guy.  What do they all have in common?  Well, other than being fantastic rock bands, artists, and live performers, they once upon a time in 1970 shared the same train as it traveled through Canada and played a series of  ...

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