Lesbian Vampre Killers BTS

I'm more than a little ashamed to admit that this film, transparently named with the "most commercial title ever", has completely sucked me into it's web.

Just when you think you've shook your interest in one of the words in the title, they hit you with another one that makes it 10 times more awesome. Lesbian... vampire... Killers!?!? You're basically powerless to resist.

Killzone 2 Reviews Are In

The original "Killzone" is probably my all time favorite videogame. In the First Person Shooter, you play any one in a group of resistance fighters taking on invaders from "Helghast", Nazi-like mutants who when unmasked remind one an awful lot of Darth Vader at the end of "Return of the Jedi".

"Blood, Boobs and Beasts" Doc Looks Great

Just released on DVD this week, the documentary "Blood, Boobs and Beasts" looks to be right up our alley.

It's not exactly what you think though. This feature length documentary follows Don Dohler, a B-Movie director since the early 1980's. The doc focuses in on his career as of late, and his disillusionment with the low budget formula, namely "blood, boobs and beasts".

Comics Creepshow 29: The Roberts

THE ROBERTS story is only two issues, but at only two dollars more than a regular comic, and more than double the regular comic size, there really is no excuse not to go to your local shop and pick up this book. Issue one is told from the perspective of Robert Kenneth Sprunger, The Boston Strangler. Those of you who are serial killer experts might say this is impossible, since the real life Boston Strangler was incarcerated and then murdered in prison. Well, according to Robert Kenneth Sprunger’s narration, the cops got the wrong guy.

The Horrors of Malformed Men (REVIEW)

The sales pitch for “The Horrors of Malformed Men” includes the factoid that it has been banned in Japan for nearly 40 years. I’ll admit to being a sucker for banned material but this claim is a bit misleading. You see, a little digging reveals that the ban was studio imposed. Toei decided that despite an absence of public outcry, it was only a matter of time before the film offended someone. There is no doubt that the movie features subject matter that might have been less than palatable for 1969 Japan.

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