W is for We're Going to Eat You
One of the many, wonderful films of Hong Kong to completely defy genre classifications, Tsui Hark's second film is a madcap romp that cannibalizes multiple genres on its journey to entertainment. It has some great fights, but it's not enough of a kung fu movie to really feel like one. It's quite funny, but it doesn't feel as lighthearted as a total comedy would. And there's also horror…
V is for Voices from Beyond
I don't think it's possible to argue that this is a great movie, but I did enjoy quite a lot. The English dubbing is awful, but there were some killer lines that made it worth it. Stuff like, "Please, leave me on my own. Your stupid face is putting me off my breakfast." Besides gems like that, the film's mysterious, supernatural vibe really enchanted me. The dream sequences stand out,…
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…