What if you could travel back in time—say, 1984—to the height of the B-action/adventure ninja craze, and re-live just one moment of your misspent youth—a youth spent wandering the aisles of local mom-and-pop video stores (Hometown Video vs. All That Video for my childhood town of 3,000) and depriving yourself of sleep to catch that… Read More ‘New York Ninja’ (2021): Resurrecting 1984 with love
So over Easter weekend I get an email from my editor who, rather than watching a religious epic the way you’re supposed to (I was right in the middle of Anthony Quinn grunting something when he texted), says he’s enjoying a vampire flick (I gave up a long time ago trying to figure this stuff… Read More ‘Old Dracula’ (1974): Enjoy some 70s vampire humor, jive turkey!
Well, it’s that time of the year again…no, the anti-vaxx gulags aren’t quite ready yet. No, we’re talking about Halloween, so here at the darkened Movies & Drinks offices (the light bill check is in the mail, people. Jesus!), when the debt collectors quit pounding on the doors and the cleaners finally throw up their… Read More ‘The Devil’s Men’ (1976) & ‘Terror’ (1978): Acceptable fun for a Saturday night
Greta, you’re no Cujo. But you’re pretty cute. It’s the best you can do when your film is produced by…a construction company?
Those eyes…those green laser eyes…
Summer’s winding down. It’s a drag. I didn’t do anything fun. I didn’t even go to our last local drive-in. But then again…why would I?
Stallone! Mitchum! An explosive, can’t-miss ’80s action event!
Films like these weren’t made to be remembered. Thankfully, we’re now remembering them.
Cult releasing company Vinegar Syndrome has just put out—on a crisp, flawless, extras-heavy, director’s cut Blu-ray/DVD combo—Star Time,
A snazzy little psychological slasher/giallo, where a photographer becomes (or does he?) the killer of his beautiful models.