Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977) - Blu-ray ReviewNipples. Why’d it have to be nipples? From the very beginning of this Italian sexploitation-cannibal flick, nipples are the target. They don’t stop being one either. Of course, that’s after a flaccid penis has been hacked off and fed to a bunch of cannibals. Nom nom nom. ...

Group Marriage (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewSix people. One house. Sex at the drop of a hat. What could go wrong?! Oh, what a web we weave when we cannot leave! Director Stefanie Rothman (The Working Girls) returns to the arena of the sex comedy with a very hilarious romp in which twosomes become threesomes ...

It's Alive Trilogy (1974-1987) - Blu-ray ReviewBigheaded mutant babies that kill? Forget the toys and balloons. We need guns! Filmmaker Larry Cohen is one hell of a writer. Sure, at the height of his career, he was crafting low budget exploitation tales but, for the most part, his work was ...

Miami Connection (1987) - Blu-ray ReviewAgainst the Ninja! Let me see those hands in the air! Miami Connection is on blu-ray! Watching a movie as gonzo as Miami Connection, it’s seriously great, helps one understand just how incredibly awesome the 1980s were when it came to moviemaking and...

Doctor Blood's Coffin (1961) - Blu-ray Review“Peter! He’s alive!” With that sentence, one surgeon’s ugly truth is revealed. Killer psychotics dressed in white, yes, this thriller is a bit twisted but then what else could you expect from the team behind The Boy Who Cried Werewolf and The Snake Woman? A straight edged  ...

Wonder (2018) - DVD ReviewIt can’t be easy to emote well under a face full of prosthetics, but Jacob Tremblay does a great job doing just that in Wonder. Based on the bestselling children’s novel by R. J. Palacio, Wonder tells the story of 10-year-old August “Auggie” Pullman. In many ways, Auggie’s like a ...

The Return of Swamp Thing (1989) - Blu-ray ReviewIt. Has. Arrived. Science Fiction comic book comedies rarely get this good. Can a plant also be a boyfriend? If the girl is a vegetarian, then yes.  Over the top. Absurd. And EXACTLY what I want in a Swamp Thing movie. This is indeed The Return of Swamp Thing and it arrives ...

Primal Scream (1987) - Blu-ray ReviewKiddos, when it comes to moviemaking, films RARELY get this ambitious. Primal Scream is what happens when Dashiell Hammett and Arthur C. Clarke get together, smoke a little weed, and decide to make a movie. Outside of Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow, there is ...

Fright Night (1985) - Blu-ray ReviewEven if you don't believe in vampires, sucking your way though town just got a hell of a lot classier. When you are 17-years-old, condoms aren’t the only protection needed when attempting to survive a ...

The Egg and I (1947) - Blu-ray ReviewBecause Speckled Sussex’s never looked this good before.  That's why. “Hey, Betty, you better get cleaned up. That isn’t exactly perfume you are covered with.” That’s what a newly transported city dweller  ...

The Devil Incarnate (1979) - Blu-ray Review“It’s a beautiful world; I shall enjoy it,” says Spain’s Paul Naschy as he, playing The Devil himself, launches on a trek of mayhem across the countryside of 16th century Spain. He knows what will happen and he’s down for it; ALL of it as both virtue and vice come out from ...

The House That Dripped Blood (1971) - Blu-ray ReviewDoctor Who’s John Pertwee as an actor possessed by a vampires’ cape? Sign me up! From Amicus Productions comes one of the very best anthology tales to ever appear on the terror scene. Spooky and atmospheric, The House that Dripped Blood is a classy affair ...

Caged Fury (1990) - Blu-ray ReviewNot everyone can fend off a rapist with a car cigarette lighter. Kat (Roxanna Michaels), as in Pussy, and Dollarhide (Rhonda Wallace) can, though, and, in this chicks-in-chains flick, it’s moments like that makes this unrated grindhouse flick a total gutter-dwelling keeper of a ...

The Dirt Bike Kid (1985) - Blu-ray ReviewMotorcross Madness! Watch a bike get put in the slammer in this kid-friendly adventure that sees one boy go all the way in saving his favorite hot dog … stand ...

Vicious Sweet (1974) - Blu-ray ReviewShot on video, meta as hell, and directed by Ron Bonk, Vicious Sweet is psychological terror straight from VHS Hell. The film begins with a super sexy make-out session in the woods. I mean these two lovebirds are really going at it. Tongue swapping and head rotating ...

Truck Stop Women (1974) - Blu-ray ReviewMothertruckin' mamas in pink rigs are not to be messed with! Truck Stop Women, starring Claudia Jennings, Lieux Dressler and John Martino, might just have one of the better openings out there in B-movie land. In an oversized tub  ...

Ninja Busters (1984) - Blu-ray Review

Breakdancing gets BOSS! Bernie and Chic are the best of buds. They dance around in an underground warehouse of stolen and smuggled goods and sing along (or try to) with a simple song that blasts out from the boombox. They are completely out of touch with ...

Dangerous Men (2015) - Blu-ray ReviewBad kung fu. Horrible acting. Bad bikers. And gratuitous nudity. Who knew life up and down the PCH 101 could be so damn wild? ...

Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell (2018) - Blu-ray ReviewBig guns. Big traps. Bigger worms. I absolutely love it when a franchise switches it up and still delivers a rocking affair. This is the case for Tremors: A Cold Day in Hell. Instead of the desert vistas, we get ...

Daughters of Satan (1972) - Blu-ray ReviewTom Selleck is one bad motherfucker. I’m just going to go ahead and throw that out there. Even when he plays an art collector, he still has the skills to smash skulls together. Forget Magnum P.I.; we already know from that show that he is. Daughters of Satan is all you ...

Savage Attraction (1983) - Blu-ray ReviewIt begins like a bomb going off. Frantic and haphazardly edited together, two unrelated scenes – a truck barreling down the highway and a woman about to be beaten – converge to create a fast paced beginning to this Ozploitation flick. Savage Attraction (aka Hostage) is a ...

Shakma (1990) - Blu-ray ReviewThe study of human aggression goes astray when the experimenting turns toward a primate.  At least that is what we are led to believe.  Poor Shakma.  The biggest baboon in the room just got spinal tapped and he’s not too happy about it.  In fact, this damn primate ...

Mermaids (1990) - Blu-ray ReviewBecause you don’t mess with Cher. Just ask director Lasse Hallström or Frank Oz, who was first originally hired to take over the reigns from Hallström before he, too, was booted. And then there is Emily Lloyd. Poor Lloyd got dropped so suddenly (due to Cher’s whim about ...

Doctor Detroit - Blu-ray ReviewETA to splashdown in 2 seconds! With those words, after an innocent night of drugs and partying with a pimp and some ladies of the night, one supreme geek finds his inner super pimp and becomes a demented agent of change named Doctor Detroit. ...

The Boneyard (1991) - Blu-ray ReviewGet forklifted, baby!  Poodle zombies are on the loose! It’s the damn giggling that always gets me. Mummified children brought to life on a fog-drenched night be terrifying enough for some people, but when they fucking snicker in high-pitched delight as they approach  ...

Cyborg: Collector's Edition (1989) - Blu-ray ReviewCyborg is a prime of example of why the action flicks of yesteryear kicked so much damn ass. With a charismatic performance from Jean-Claude Van Damme and more than a fair share of gnarly and over-the-top action sequences, it’s no wonder that this flick is a top request  ...

Cheerleaders (1973) - Blu-ray ReviewSo maybe 3000 birth control pills are hard to come by. Code Red; however, doesn’t have a problem supplying us with the goods thanks to its handling of this all new high definition transfer of a cult classic. ...

Grizzly 91976) - Blu-ray ReviewWhen bears attack. That’s a thing, right? Because that’s EXACTLY what this movie is selling. But it’s not just any bear. No. The killer at the center of this horror film is a hungry 15-foot grizzly bear that is damn deadly with his paws and its attitude. Thankfully, we have female ...

The Awful Truth (1937) - Blu-ray ReviewCary Grant. Irene Dunne. Together again or – if we are speaking chronologically – for the very first time as The Awful Truth, being originally released in 1937. It is, as film historians recognize, a cinematic match made in Heaven as these two talented individuals run circles around each other ...

Blue Vengeance: Limited Edition (1989) - blu-ray reviewIf I ever needed a ride and the driver of the car that stopped to pick my broke ass up greeted me with a casual line like “you’d complete my collection”, well, I do believe I’d start running quickly away. Fuck this and fuck you; I’m out. Blue Vengeance would have been a quick ...

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