• The Strangers: Prey at Night

    The Strangers: Prey at Night

    ★½

    Yawn

  • Dracula 3D

    Dracula 3D

    Just don't.

  • Muck

    Muck

    ½

    Urgh! Avoid

  • Tokyo Tribe

    Tokyo Tribe

    ★★★½

    Wow! A colour filled hip hop stroll through the  streets of Tokyo. It's like our good mate Sion tripped on acid with Miike while watching both The Warriors and West Side Story. Never dull but takes a bit to keep up with given most of the dialogue is rapping. More interesting work from our friends at Nikkatsu.

  • The Weekend Murders

    The Weekend Murders

    ★★★

    Carry On Giallo?

  • Strange Brew

    Strange Brew

    ★★★

    If you don't like this movie you should take off ay.

  • Intrépidos punks

    Intrépidos punks

    ★★★

    File under WTF foreign action flicks stuck in VHS limbo

    This Mexican production is stark raving bonkers. Our titular Punks are rejects from Mad Max 2, with an S&M fetish and some sweet wrestling moves. They rape and pillage their way through an unnamed Mexican town, stealing money for guns in order to bust their compadres out of prison. Their plan is highly inept but offers another opportunity to show case more voluptuous tits onscreen! Seriously there is a lot…

  • Big Man Japan

    Big Man Japan

    ★★★½

    An excellent mockumentary about a regular dude who can grow to 100ft to protect Japan from invading Kaiju.

  • Land of the Dead

    Land of the Dead

    ★★★

    The best of the post original trilogy of Dead films by Romero. This copped a lot of negative reviews when it was released but I've always found it to be a fun watch and a more then passable entry into Romero's cannon. It certainly has more action then the original series (though not necessarily something to laud over the original films) but that's probably something to do with what audiences expected from such fare at the time. It's a good…

  • Date with a Kidnapper

    Date with a Kidnapper

    ★★★

    Great exploitation fare from Friedel and Novak. Severin did a great job in presenting this on blu ray.

  • Tetsuo: The Iron Man

    Tetsuo: The Iron Man

    ★★★½

    Tsukamoto is the Japanese David Lynch! His films have very little in terms of narrative based plot but instead throw lots of great dramatic themes at you, synthesised through an Arthouse surrealist filter! Add in a dash of Cronenberg's brand of body horror and you have a recipe for the insanity that is Tetsuo. A great midnight watch

  • Death Wish II

    Death Wish II

    ★★★

    Not the best of the sequels in the Cannon produced Death Wish series but still a fun Vigilante film with plenty of Paul Kersey action. Give it a watch when you need a break from watching part 3.