CINEMA BLUSTER: Episode 25
Apr30

CINEMA BLUSTER: Episode 25

Episode 25 includes discussions on The Ticket, Tank 432, The Discovery, news, trailers, and other films we...

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The Final Girls (2015)

The Final Girls (2015) Stage 6 Director: Todd Strauss-Schulson When Max (Taissa Farmiga) and her friends reluctantly attend a tribute screening of an infamous ’80s slasher film that starred Max’s late mother (Malin Akerman), they are accidentally sucked into the silver screen. They soon realize they are trapped inside the cult classic movie and must team up with the fictional and ill-fated “Camp Bloodbath”...

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Film Review: KILLER RACK
Apr28

Film Review: KILLER RACK

Betty (Jessica Zwolak) is a woman suffering from self esteem issues. Surround by big breasted woman, her modest bust size keeps her from the recognition she works hard for. Tired of being ignored and ashamed, she seeks out plastic surgery from the help of Dr. Thulu (an obvious nod to Lovecraft despite the misspelling – it should have been Dr. Thulhu), played by the legendary Debbie Rochon, at the Miska-hotness University,...

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Film Review: VIRUS: Extreme Contamination (2017)
Feb03

Film Review: VIRUS: Extreme Contamination (2017)

  In this Italian horror science-fiction film by way of Kosovo, director Domiziano Cristopharo and writer Antonio Tentori channel their inner Lucio Fulci to deliver an extremely loose interpretation of one of H.P. Lovecraft’s most defining works, The Colour Out of Space. Several years after a meteorite crash lands on a farm in Kosovo, an Italian scientist leaves his home in Italy to track down the result of bizarre behavior and...

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Film Review: The Rift (1990)
Dec15

Film Review: The Rift (1990)

  One of the greatest treasures in the world of cinema, well, b-movie cinema, is the crop of amazingly awful films that scrambled to capture the hype of Alien and Aliens. Some of these films are classics in the realm of “so bad it’s good” and The Rift is certainly no exception. Dino De Laurentiis had already created a b-movie ripoff of Alien, the 1989 George P. Cosmatos directed Leviathan. Not content with just one low...

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