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Rewatched after STARHOPS and my, has this little pre-PORKY'S T&A comedy by the director of ST. HELEN'S aged well. After an enjoyable credit sequence with pink lipstick font, the film follows the all-for-fun exploits of three chicks who take a gifted lunch wagon (from an uncredited Dick Van Patton) and turn it into a lucrative guy-meeting machine. For a sex comedy it's tame and quite innocent but that may be why it still holds it's charm. Well, that and it's…
Not completely forgotten but sorely underrated psycho drama filled with high camp and inspired cinematography. A special kind of cinematic bliss that comes from re-watching through the eyes of an adult than the weekend horror gorges as a naive youth. There's a lot to appreciate here. I mean, of course, if you dig this sort of thing to begin with. THEY DON'T CALL IT GORE-NOGRAPHY FOR NOTHING, PEOPLE.
VHS, North Miami, Florida.
So Stallone drives up to his estranged son’s military school graduation in a beat-up semi, bearing documents that prove his paternity and a desire to make up for not being around the kid’s whole life. The kid wants none of it. I wouldn’t either, because Stallone is fucking insane. How else would you characterize a guy who’d drive his 18-wheeler through a rich guy’s iron gate, over his beautiful fountain and straight through the front door,…