Don’t Panic (1988)

It is not often that a birthday party from hell occurs, but when it does, you can bet your bottom dollar that pin the tail on the donkey pales in comparison to playing with a Ouija board. But hey, as long as everyone is having a good time, they can open as many doors as..

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Tetsuo: The Iron Man (1989)

Funny how an accident changes everything, innit? Well, every once in a blue moon, you have a film which is as chaotic as a ten car highway wreck, which is befitting of Tetsuo: The Iron Man. It is bizarre. It is avant-garde. It is creative. It is kinetic. It is an adrenaline rush which, from..

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Cemetery of Terror (1985)

If you're looking to spend a night in a cemetery, then you better be sure that doing so doesn't entail encountering a Satan worshipping serial killer unless you're willing to risk your life. It's unlikely you would forget the unsightliness of grisly deaths, especially if you and your friends are pranksters. After all, it's all..

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Spookies (1986)

What a wild experience. This is a movie that as soon as the title appears, you are taken to another world. It is a world in which the surrealness is defined by the amalgamation of eerie synth music, a birthday party which no one attends, protean creatures, and the uncertainty as to what opening a..

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The Last Shark (1981)

I guess the first shark is too busy pursuing his prey to comment on this movie, so the world may never know if he's related to the titular shark. Wouldn't it be something if he was? If so, I can only imagine how proud he is of his offspring, which may sound silly to think..

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Real Genius

What better movie to move on from highschool then to go to college? In what may be my favorite movie of all time Val Kilmer takes Gabe Jarret under his wing to teach him about life, lasers, love and popcorn. Oh did I mention that Napoleon Dynamites Uncle Rico drops by also?

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