Yeah: so this old sci-fi movie is stupid…but 3D blue Smurfs swimming around for three and a half hours is worthy of serious discussion and $2 billion in ticket sales? It wouldn’t really be a William Castle movie if it wasn’t a little goofy; like so many of his other projects, there is a weird… Read More ‘Project X’ (1968): Cheesy? C’mon, dopes – William Castle thriller is more entertaining than ever!
Can’t some bug-eyed outer space piece of sh*t abduct me the hell out of what passes for America today? Oh, well…one can dream.
Of course it’s laid-back and cheap-looking…it’s Canadian.
You know what would be the perfect vacation for this particular Fourth of July, Independence Day? In today’s America, I mean? Cruise to the Devil’s Triangle. But you say you just can’t let Beelzebub see your bikini bod this year? Well…you could check out Satan’s Triangle, the 1975 made-for-TV occult classic starring Kim Novak and Doug McClure,… Read More ‘Satan’s Triangle’ (1975): A wild, disconcerting TV nightmare
Summer’s almost here, right? Can you feel it?
If you had any idea how difficult it’s been for my editor and me to sober up to the point where we can just function figure out just what the hell Shout! Factory is releasing this week and what we have to review…you wouldn’t believe me. So. Let’s just get on with it, shall we?
I come in peace. And you go in pieces, assh*le.
Cold, impersonal, distant Frankenstein re-imagining―and a fairly perverse jab at its horror/suspense genre conventions.
“I have come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass. And I’m all out of bubblegum.”
Nostalgia’s a powerful thing.