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  • Parasite



    Set in the far future of... 1992. This could be the forerunner of the RESIDENT EVIL films with its plot involving a dystopian future, bioweapons, and an evil corporation. Sadly, it's underdeveloped and I wished I had seen it in 3-D. With a young Demi Moore and two former Runaways (Cherie Currie and Cheryl Rainbeaux Smith).

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  • Jennifer Eight

    Jennifer Eight


    Burnt out cop Andy Garcia moves to Eureka, CA to partner with his former mentor Lance Henriksen in the local p.d. When a dismembered hand is found at the dump site of another body, Garcia manages to link it to the disappearances/murders of seven blind women. Blind Uma Thurman may be a witness... and potential victim number eight. Andy becomes obsessed and enters a relationship with her, but this is hardly LAURA. While attempting to protect her (in the midst…

  • Gwendoline



    aka THE PERILS OF GWENDOLINE IN THE LAND OF THE YIK-YAK. Tawny Kitaen (in her screen debut), stars as Gwendoline, a naive girl searching for her lepidopterist father in 1930s China. She's aided by her cute maid Beth (Zabou, who has that Louise Brooks bob that's my kryptonite) and, reluctantly, soldier of fortune Willard (Brent Huff). Kung fu, cannibals, a lost civilization, worst fake alligator ever, and lots and lots of BDSM kinkiness. Based on the way ahead of its…

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  • Yeti: The Giant of the 20th Century

    Yeti: The Giant of the 20th Century

    Laughably bad Italian film about an unfrozen yeti. The yeti is about the size of a small kaiju, like in WAR OF THE GARGANTUAS. While this is an obvious KING KONG ripoff, it also steals from... LASSIE! Only nice thing I can say about this is that it's better than the sleep inducing THE SNOW BEAST.

  • That Guy Dick Miller

    That Guy Dick Miller


    I'll flat out say it: if you don't know who Dick Miller then you have no business calling yourself a film fan. This documentary covers Miller's life in three stages. In the first stage he winds up in California and becomes an actor, mainly with director Roger Corman. Miller becomes both a lead (ROCK ALL NIGHT, WAR OF THE SATELLITES and, his most iconic role, A BUCKET OF BLOOD) and a memorable supporting actor (LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS). When Corman…