An early salvo from America’s most nihilistic cinematic decade...
In less capable hands, “The Road” could have easily become an excursion into mindless exploitation and needless excess.
"Sure to be a cult item once it brutally worms its way into the horror community’s meaty vernacular"
"...Some sort of highly advanced audiovisual programming language for robot sex dolls..."
"Book of Eli" mixes a violent post-apocalypse with some uneven religious exploration. Your results may vary.
Two turds short of a broken toilet...
Even soft core sex and actual nudity offer little relief from the creeping averageness...
"Street Trash" isn't afraid to urinate profusely across your tender senses...
"Unfortunately, it's not the sum of its parts."
The Spierig Brothers employ many creative faculties that lift "Daybreakers" to the heights of heady, B-movie delirium.
Tor reviews John Saxon's lone directorial effort.
"I would methodically remove all the hair on my body, discard all of my worldly possessions, and live inside Ice Cream Man.”
A violent, zombie themed stoner comedy?
Not Karloff's finest, but not his worst either.
Tor ponders a history of cinematic dicks.
Adam Sandler produced horror film turns out to be a dud.
Tor reviews one of Pascal Laugier's works before "Martyrs".
"A film that probably looks much, much better through eggnog-colored glasses."
John takes a fresh look at beloved genre film.
"I’m pretty sure the waters of the Amazon were like 40% cocaine at the time [this was made]"
A Vestron Video classic!
Sometimes picking a movie based on names above the title is not a good idea.
Shelton reviews this obscure 80's gem.
Tor takes us to film geek school, and explains why he made it through "Trespassers"...
This series fuels Todd's own nightmares.
"This is a eulogy for a human being with little or no conscience."
Wherein no one talks about people they banged in high school...
In which we try to make sense of "Return to Nukem High: Volume 1"...