If the eye is the window into the soul, then the camera is the window into its subjects. That comes to mind as I put my viewing experience into words, which is a bit of challenge because I didn't expect..
Takashi Miike may not be an expert when it comes to entomology, but he knows how to make the most of an unusual premise. With that in mind, I would describe this as Miike lite, which isn't a bad thing..
While I haven't dabbled in paranormal research myself, I was into Masafumi's quest for the truth behind the supernatural occurrences. As such, I felt as though I was observing his sphere of influence. Conversations about ectoplasmic worms, depictions of demonic..
Fast, furious, and permeated by a devil-may-care attitude. Those are terms I would use to describe this humdinger of a chopsocky flick. That said, the sheer amount of fighting prowess is such that you'd be hard-pressed not to be in..
Nurse Mortley may be portly, but that doesn't stop her from satisfying her bloodlust. She's cooped up in the clinic all day, so I can't say I blame her. After all, she's just doing her job, even if her penchant..
In this episode James and I go over what may be Tia Carrere's first movie, Zombie Nightmare. It also "stars" Adam West doing his best Shatner impersonation and a coroner who does a great poor mans Columbo impersanation. Enjoy!