The Cat Returns is, to my knowledge, the only semi-sequel feature film that Studio Ghibli has ever put out (ignoring shorts made for museums). It’s also one… Read more “Anime Review: The Cat Returns (2002)”
Back when I was getting actively into gaming again, I started reading Knights of the Dinner Magazine, and some issues of Dragon Magazine when I could. In… Read more “Documentary Review: The Dwarvennaut”
A while back I reviewed Sgt. Pepper’s Musical Revolution, a documentary on one of the more prominent albums to come out of the second part of the… Read more “Film Review: The Beatles – Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years”
There are a few films that other people really like that I have completely bounced off of. I bounced off of Fight Club due to how the… Read more “Film Review: Dawn of the Dead (1978)”
Ghosthouse is technically an unofficial sequel to Evil Dead 1 & 2, and part of the “La Casa” series of horror films (the same way that the… Read more “Film Review: Ghosthouse”
X: The Man with the X-Ray Eyes is a Roger Corman film from the early ’60s. This, in general, is something of a warning sign. Numerous ’60s… Read more “Film Review: X – The Man with the X-Ray Eyes”
This film is what I’d describe as a proto-Neon Demon. A somewhat slow paced horror film with a profound sense of tension and dread created by the… Read more “Film Review: Der Fan/Trance (1982)”
Just in time for the Day after Halloween, I’ve got my review of the 1976 proto-slasher film, “The Town That Dreaded Sundown.
This is probably the most surreal horror film I’ve watched this October, and may be the most surreal horror film I will ever watch.
Once upon a time (I can’t find the original post), I reviewed the 2004 miniseries version of Salem’s Lot, starring Rob Lowe. The miniseries was pretty good,… Read more “Film Review: The Dark Half (1993)”
A while back I reviewed one of Mario Bava’s earlier anthology films – Black Sabbath. This week I’m reviewing one of his more classic Giallo films –… Read more “Film Review: Blood and Black Lace (1964)”
The Incredible Melting Man is a 1950s Drive-In creature feature made in the 1970s.
Silent Running is a weird film to talk about. It’s clearly a film that wants to be a response to 2001: A Space Odyssey, made in the… Read more “Film Review: Silent Running (1972)”
I’m taking a look at the proto-slasher film The Town That Dreaded Sundown from the late ’70s, predating Halloween, but being made after Black Christmas.
Alfred Hitchcock’s classic film North by Northwest is an iconic film, that most people know of for at least one sequence – the cropduster scene in the… Read more “Film Review: North by Northwest”
Doomsday is, in short, director Neil Marshall’s amalgamation of John Carpenter’s Escape from New York and The Road Warrior (with a side of Beyond Thunderdome), and the… Read more “Movie Review: Doomsday (2008)”
I enjoy a good haunted house film – like Poltergeist and the Woman in Black. When this film, adapting a novel by Richard Matheson which was in… Read more “Movie Review: The Legend of Hell House”
In the original Mission: Impossible television series, one of the recurring antagonists outside of the Not-Soviets was the Syndicate, a mysterious criminal organization that was something of… Read more “Film Review: Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation”
Going into this film, it’s important to note that this is a Ninja film released in the early-to-mid 1980s (depending on how you look at it), from… Read more “Movie Review: Ninja III – The Domination”
Bodacious Space Pirates was a show, back from 2012, which was a fantastic anime series, which had all the fun of old-school Juvenile SF, but without the… Read more “Anime Review: Bodacious Space Pirates – Abyss of Hyperspace”
Wizards is what I’d describe as the first film in Ralph Bakshi’s trilogy of fantasy epics – this film, Fire and Ice (which I previously reviewed at… Read more “Movie Review: Ralph Bakshi’s Wizards”
This past weekend the latest installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has come out, and I’m giving my thoughts on the film. (more…)
It would be reductive to say that Samurai Cop was is what you should expect from a film from the late ’80s, and early ’90s titled Samurai… Read more “Movie Review: Samurai Cop”