Film Review: J.D.’S REVENGE (1976)
Jan07

Film Review: J.D.’S REVENGE (1976)

I love Arrow Video’s dedication to classic fringe genres. They are one of the top choices when it comes to “The Criterion Collection of Cult Collecting”. As with The Criterion Collection, I also have to wait for their sales before I can afford the majority of the upgrades my collection craves. With less than a week left in this year’s Festive Sale, you may want to pick up this title along with many others....

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Film Review: Mad Macbeth (2017)
Jan01

Film Review: Mad Macbeth (2017)

Mad Macbeth is a new project from the European gore machine Domiziano Christopharo. As far as indie film directors go, this newcomer may be the most promising of the lot. He has consistently done nice work across numerous horror sub genres. He is also one of the newest filmmakers to hit the best indie horror label in the U.S., Unearthed Films. Mad Macbeth is one of Christopharo’s most interesting projects to date. It is a...

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Arrow Video: New Releases and Festive Sale News
Dec23

Arrow Video: New Releases and Festive Sale News

Michael Caine and Mickey Rooney starred in this crime drama directed by Mike Hodges back in the early seventies. It is a cool little…well…pulp-ish film. Mike Hodges is famous for similar films like the original Get Carter and I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead. Despite those direct connections to Pulp, this director is also very well rounded, creating horror films like Black Rainbow and the Sci-fi classic Flash Gordon....

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Film Review: I DARED YOU! TRUTH OR DARE 5 (2017)
Dec17

Film Review: I DARED YOU! TRUTH OR DARE 5 (2017)

This is a collaborative effort from an all star crew of independent filmmakers. It’s one of the most recent releases from Gatorblade, and promises just as much insanity as anything they’ve thrown at you in the past. This film was written by Tim Ritter,  and directed by he and Scott Tepperman. It has a cast that will be very recognizable to fans of underground insane cinema as well. Joel D. Wynkoop, Jim O’Rear, Ashley...

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Film Review: THE DARK SIDE OF THE WOMB (2017)
Dec04

Film Review: THE DARK SIDE OF THE WOMB (2017)

The Dark Side of the Womb is a new horror comedy from a young writer director by the name of Sam Salerno. It stars Wee Matt and Faye Lytle in one of the strangest love stories that you’ve seen in a long time. You see, it focuses on two characters that manage to find love in one anothers’ societal perceived flaws. The big lady and little guy soon find that their love story is doomed from the start. Caught up in a torrential downpour of...

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