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September 3, 2023

Alex Proyas’ First Film: “Spirits Of The Air, Gremlins Of The Clouds”

Spirits Of The Air, Gremlins Of The Clouds was written, directed, and produced in 1989 by Alex Proyas. It was shot in a desert in […]
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August 31, 2023

I Couldn’t Wait For “End Of The World” To End

Oh my lord, this movie is boring! I watched the whole thing on 1.5x speed, but it still felt painfully slow. Nothing happens, I mean, […]
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August 27, 2023

20 Bizarre Movie Posters

I present to you 20 of the strangest movie posters I have ever seen, not including those hand made ones from Ghana. Those are in […]
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August 23, 2023

Ultraman Zero: Revenge of Belial 

Ultraman Zero: Revenge of Belial appears to have been filmed entirely in front of a green screen. It could have been made in someone’s basement. […]
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August 20, 2023

Bewaffa Se Waffa Is A Lot More Than Just Another Bollywood Musical

When it was released in 1992, Bewaffa Se Waffa was not a big financial success. It seems audiences didn’t like the actor who played the […]
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August 16, 2023

Is Sex The Answer To Everything? Ms. Magnificent Is Gonna Find Out

Whether it is Superman, Black Panther, or Mighty Mouse, violence has always been the go-to solution for every superhero. If it can’t be solved with […]
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August 13, 2023

The Baron Against The Demons: An Eye-Popping Adventure both Literally And Figuratively

Let’s see, what are we shoving in the blender today? We’re gonna need a full cup of Buckaroo Banzai, four tablespoons of freshly grated Catholicism, […]
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August 9, 2023

A Sexploitation Santo Movie?

The poster for this film bears the title El Vampiro y el Sexo, but on IMDb, the film is listed as Santo and Dracula's Treasure. […]
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August 6, 2023

The Russian Psyche As Seen In Vordum And Other Soviet Animations

Vordum: Price of Death is not for everyone. I grew up watching Ray Harryhausen films, and as a result, I have a deep abiding love […]
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August 2, 2023

The Megalodon And Me: A True Story

I think it was around 1978, and I hadn’t even seen Jaws. Jaws came out in '75, when I was 7, but you didn’t have […]
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July 30, 2023

Joel Landwehr’s Trashy, Smutty, Awful Films

You know you are in for something special when the film you’ve chosen for the evening’s entertainment opens with a finger-painted title card like this […]
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July 26, 2023

The Strange Career of Ulli Lommel

  You may not have heard of Ulli Lommel, but he is one interesting, little rabbit hole that can swiftly whisk you away into a strange […]
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July 23, 2023

"Daigoro vs Goliath:" Kaiju Comedy Or Subversive Propaganda?

Daigoro vs Goliath is a 1972 Japanese Kaiju movie that seems to target very young children, even younger than films like Son of Godzilla from […]
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July 19, 2023

Attack Of The Beast Creature

Do you like looking at trees? Do you like looking at people looking at trees? Well, do I have a movie for you! It’s absolutely […]
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July 16, 2023

Arch Abler’s Post-Apocalyptic Film "Five"

How many movies from the 1950s open with the same footage of an atomic bomb exploding? How many begin with an atomic bomb exploding followed […]
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July 12, 2023

Mazinkaiser SKL and Me

Mazinkaiser SKL and Me If you are looking for your daily dose of mechanized testosterone, you could do worse than pumping a few CCs of […]
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July 9, 2023

Bill Plympton’s "Mutant Aliens"

I was first introduced to Bill Plympton in the mid-1980s when, as an adolescent, I sat in front of the newly founded MTV, greedily absorbing […]
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July 5, 2023

Something About Freedom, The Spider-Verse And Michelangelo

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (2023), Everything Everywhere All at Once (2022), and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) all share a common focus. […]
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July 2, 2023

William Castle’s Meta Horror Movie "The Tingler"

William Castle’s 1959 film The Tingler is legendary. Not for the movie itself, but for what Castle did to the audience. I had heard before […]
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June 28, 2023

Hiroyuki Imaishi’s "Dead Leaves:" A Visual Assault On Your Sanity

Dead Leaves is the very definition of style over substance, but don't let that stop you from seeing it. The style is so compelling, you […]
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June 25, 2023

A Forgotten Soviet Era Gem “The New Devil of Hellsbottom”

With the number of films produced in the twentieth century, I suppose it is inevitable that some truly wonderful ones will slip through the cracks. […]
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June 21, 2023

"Black Devil Doll From Hell" and "Black Devil Doll"

It’s not easy to make a movie. It’s really very, very hard, so maybe cut Chester Novell Turner a little slack. When he set out […]
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June 18, 2023

"Fist Of The North Star:" From Manga to Anime to Live Action

Yoshiyuki Okamura and Tetsuo Hara’s manga, Fist Of The North Star, was the best-selling manga of the 1980s. Okamura AKA Buronson wrote the stories and […]
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June 14, 2023

It’s All In The Details

Police detectives and professional interrogators will tell you that what makes a story believable is the level of detail. Not just relevant detail, but any […]
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