“You guys have been watching too many moving picture films.”
Groovy. Olive Films and M-G-M have released on Blu-ray AIP’s The Trip, the 1967 psychedelic LSD freak-out, man, from director Roger Corman, written by soon-to-be superstar Jack Nicholson, and starring Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern, Dennis Hopper, man, Salli Sachse, Susan Strasberg, Katherine Walsh, Barboura Morris, Dick Miller, and Luana Anders.
Ho Ho Hold the phone while I get my axe!
The promise of Bone Tomahawk confirmed: Brawl in Cell Block 99 is cold, cruel, knowing genre fare.
Hey tell me something: do we still live in America? Is there still a unified concept of “America” anymore? Because I have a fifth grader who tells me she doesn’t hear squanto from her teachers about the Pilgrims. They’re not talking about the Mayflower or Priscilla Mullins and John Alden or the first Thanksgiving this… Read More ‘Plymouth Adventure’ (1952): Glossy, romantic adventure for Thanksgiving
Well…that’s unfortunate timing: Oscar screeners sent out by the releasing studio the night before your star’s career implodes.
Ghost Story, the glossy, high-end 1981 horror flick from Universal and director John Irvin, makes its Blu-ray debut thanks to Shout! Factory’s Scream Factory line.