As the market for DVD/Blu sadly diminishes, there are still many great (and, to be honest, not so great) movies…
Highway to Hell
If there's one thing worse than dying and going to Hell, it's not dying - and going to Hell.
Charlie and Rachel run away from home to get married in Las Vegas. But they get attacked by a zombie who takes Rachel with him to hell, where she will become one of Satan's brides
I remember liking this a lot at the time, admiring its quirkiness and its willingness to throw a lot of ideas out there, presumably on the assumption that some of them are bound to stick.
Ideas it's got, but not a one of them is fully-formed. This thing barely even feels like a first draft. That is a LOT of half-baked ideas getting thrown around. Some of them are attemptedly wrapped up in crawling text at the end.
Which is better than no ideas at all, I guess, and it's got Gilbert Gottfried as Hitler, so there's that.
- The Keep
- Night of the Juggler
- Looking for Mr. Goodbar
- Death Weekend
- The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
- Invisible: The Chronicles of Benjamin Knight
- Dr. Orloff's Invisible Monster
- RoboCop 3
- Schools Out
- Basket Case
- Come As You Are
Popular music only, please, and none that are named after their theme tunes. I actually can't think of that many!