Day of the Reaper depicts a hooded cannibal killer who stalks five women who are vacationing in Sunnyville, Florida.
I knew that I was going to find this film interesting from the onset, as the beautifully simplistic but raw electro score filled my ears, and which continues throughout the film's duration. You are also treated to extreme use of coloured filters and a disclaimer stating that the film was shot on super 8, the audio having been added later. It…
A pre-Magnum PI Tom Selleck stars alongside his moustache in this Philippines based occult thriller that comes across a little like an episode of The Night Gallery.
Selleck buys a painting of witches being burned at the stake, after noticing that the central witch bears more than a little resemblance to his wife. Initially a little creeped out by the painting, his wife begins to become possessed by the witch within, acquaints herself with a rottweiler, and gets involved with…
Why I love this film so much:
- The Bat Copter!
- Bitch-slapping an exploding shark
- Dodgy Irish accented cop
- 'That' theme tune
- The Bat Boat!
- The nobility of a suicidal porpoise (!)
- A ball point banana
- Jet-pack umbrellas
- "Bless my dust pan!" & "Holy Halloween!"
- 'Dehydrated' pirates.
- "Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb!"
- 'Re-hydrated' pirates
- The Bat Cycle!
- Cat in a dinghy
- Umbrella/sword duel atop a submarine
- Bat Centrifuge!
- Bat ropes!
In summary: Forget Nolan's films; watch this instead.