G is for Ghosthouse
This movie is far from great, but it's fun. This was mostly thanks to the gore, which definitely isn't up to 1988 standards but it has a raw, homespun charm that made me love it. The kills are pretty damn brutal, too, bringing out a few good utterances of "Oh shit!" But man, when the clown attacked the girl from behind, I was speechless and literally afraid to look behind me for…
For some reason, I'm always hesitant to watch Wong Kar-Wai films. I almost always love them, but they're never alluring enough to get me excited enough to put the disc in and push play.
Case in point: I bought the HK blu-ray of The Grandmaster in Sept. 2013, a few months after it was available, with the idea of reviewing it well ahead of the US release date and maybe driving some traffic to my site. But I could never…
E is for Evilspeak
Evilspeak dares to ask the big questions we'd all like the answers to. Y'know, stuff like "How do you confront a bully?" "Is there a good excuse for being late to class?" and "What are the keys to the kingdom of Satan's magic?"
This movie is super fun, a totally '80s romp about Satan, soccer, and a computer ready and willing to help our hero perform a black mass. How can I…