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May 22, 2022

Doris Wishman’s A Night To Dismember

Anyone can make a bad movie, what makes Doris Wishman’s A Night To Dismember stand out is how exceptionally bad it is. You simply don’t come across […]
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May 8, 2022

Masashi Yamamoto’s Tampon Tango

This completely obscure and bizarre little film was sent to me by an online associate code-named Liquidnuke. I have to admire his courage, it is […]
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March 13, 2022

When Doris Wishman Titled Her FilmDeadly Weapons She Meant it Literally!

Liliana Wilczkowska was born in Warsaw, Poland in 1937. Her family was Jewish and both her parents were murdered by the Nazis when Hitler invaded. […]
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January 2, 2022

Red Paint, Entitlement AndChocolate Cake = Criminally Insane

Criminally Insane has that special grindhouse funk that makes you want to take a shower when it’s over. It’s an odiferous melange of low budget, in […]
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November 14, 2021

The Brick Dollhouse: Girls Who Want Boys Who Like Boys To Be Girls Who Do Boys

The Brick Dollhouse is so dull and pointless it gets bored of itself. Scenes go on and on until the editor just can’t bear it any […]
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November 11, 2021

Wild Zero: A Cross Cultural Meat Grinder

In 1954 Godzilla lumbered out of the ocean to deliver the message that the coming nuclear age would bring terrifying consequences, but Japan had already suffered […]
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November 11, 2021

The Turkish Mockbuster

There is nothing like the feeling of standing at the edge of a rabbit hole and feeling the cool breeze around your ankles as it […]
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November 10, 2021

Feminist Themes In Frankenhooker

Frankenhooker, written and directed by Frank Henenlotter, fits easily into the is a 1980’s counter culture horror genre. It shares stylistic and thematic material with films […]
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November 9, 2021

The Glory That Is Child Of Peach

​Child of Peach has a frantic enthusiasm rarely seen on screen. In 1987 Taiwanese directors Chung-Hsing Chao and Chen Chun-Liang took an old Japanese folktale and […]
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November 8, 2021

Space Mutiny Is A Crime In More Than One Way

Wait? What? I don’t understand. What the fuck am I watching? These were my first thoughts during the opening scenes of Space Mutiny. It can be […]
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November 8, 2021

Gerard Damiano's Let My Puppets Come

Fresh off the unbridled success of his masterwork Deep Throat, Gerard Damiano turned his attention to subjects more exotic. It was 1976 the year that […]
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November 8, 2021

The Female Prisoner Scorpion Series

In the span of just two years, 1972 to 1973, a series of four films were made in Japan by The Toei Company. The first […]
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November 7, 2021

Chi-Lien Yu's Invincible Space Streaker

In 1977 director Chi-Lien Yu fashioned a new edition to the Taiwanese Fantasy genre. Let me, if I may, describe to you the opening few […]
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November 7, 2021

Frank Packard’s Abar The First Black Superman

Superman, Jesus, Moses, they’re all the same. Larger-than-life magicians who solve problems in ways human beings can not. What point is there to watching a […]
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November 6, 2021

War God: The Big Calamity

Taiwanese director Hung Min Chen made, what at first glance looks like a low budget kaiju movie, and it is indeed a low budget Kaiju […]
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November 5, 2021

Jane Mansfield In Dog Eat Dog

No opening credits, no atmospheric music to lead us in, just a sudden blare of wild jazz and the screen goes from black to Jane Mansfield […]
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November 5, 2021

You Will Never Ever See Another Film Like The Boxer’s Omen, Never.

​About a month ago I ordered a bluray from what I can only imagine was a pirate. I paid twelve bucks for a disc that contained […]
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November 5, 2021

A Visual Summary of The Beast In Space

We open in a smokey space bar where our leading couple meet. They have awkward soft core sex Time to blast off for an intrepid […]
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November 4, 2021

The New Equine Cinema

Breathlessly, ardently I beseech you all to harken to my call. Let me be the harbinger of a cinema most revolutionary! It has come to […]
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November 4, 2021

Dr. Caligari, Never Ever to be Confused With The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari

​Dr. Caligari presents itself as a sequel to Robert Wien’s silent masterpiece The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. I’m not sure it quite succeeds in its attempt but […]
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November 4, 2021

My Odyssey Pursuing A Horrible and Mysterious Thing Called The Greatest Sci-Fi Movie Ever

The only way to make sense of what happened is to just begin at the beginning. I am a cinephile and as such I seek […]
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November 3, 2021

A Mercifully Brief Visual Summary of Extra Terrestrian

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November 3, 2021

The Peculiar Case of The Curious Female

Its 1970 and you’re a struggling, low budget movie producer. You decide to invest in yourself and direct your own movie. You manage to complete your […]
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November 2, 2021

Embracing Marginalization Through Cult Films

What constitutes a “cult?” What is the difference between Christianity and a cult? Systemically, structurally they are the same. They both gather believers under an […]
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