There is an abstractness to concepts such as being, knowing, time, and space; an abstractness that I find intriguing in that concrete things are clearly defined and the things that aren't aren't. Both are on opposite ends of the spectrum,..
Funny how an ounce of new blood can make all the difference in the world, innit? Heh. Well, even if Dracula is no hematologist, he knows a thing or two when it comes to performing a transfusion, so you gotta..
As monotonous as plumbing is, slaying monsters is far from unexciting. In fact, it is the main draw of Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer. You might be thinking, "With a title like that, does the film live up to its name?"..
To resurrect the dead, or not to resurrect the dead, that is the question: whether 'tis better to leave well enough alone. Shakespearean, innit? Although I can't say for certain what the Bard would make of Children Shouldn't Play with..
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..
Whether they're in the midst of a shootout with Nazis or watching German nurses bathe in a river, these rogue soldiers sure know how to have a good time. That isn't to say that their mission is devoid of risk;..
Today James and I breakdown what should be a classic, Ghoulies 2. Building on the "evil/possesed creature" craze of the 80's and throws it in a traveling carnivals house of horrors. This Albert Band (father of Charles Band) directed horror..
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Punk Rock, Aliens, Emilio Estevez and Harry Dean Stanton collide in this story about a rookie repo man working with a veteran when they come across some strange occurrences. This is one of my favorite films from the 80's and..
What happens when you mix Adam West, Tia Carrere, the music of Motorhead and a touch of voodoo? You get 1987's Zombie Nightmare, a movie that isn't West's best work and could really have used more Tia. Enjoy!