If a young, asian David Lynch made a body horror movie in black & white, this would be the result. Other than that, I'm not sure what I just watched.
It was probably inspired by Duel and it could have inspired Christine, but this is the story about The Car that was up to no good and started making trouble in his neighbourhood. James Brolin plays the local sheriff tasked with taking down this rogue vehicle. Ronny Cox plays his emotional wreck deputy with the all the crackpot theories about the car's origin and motivation.
Is the car possessed, is there a ghost driver, or is there a vengeful person…
From the future director of Dirty Harry comes the original "body snatcher" movie. You know the story. You've seen this or one of its three remakes. I've now seen all of them. I saw them in the following order: 3, 4, 2, 1.
Since I grew-up on sci-fi and horror films from the 80s, I am very accustomed to seeing an old aggressive, frantic Kevin McCarthy. It was quite a refreshing change to see a younger aggressive, frantic Kevin McCarthy.…
I am a big Larry Cohen fan so there is always a little bias and I'll except things easier in his films than others. If you're not a fan of Cohen, get out! Or maybe you just don't realize you're fan because you unfamiliar with his cult-laden filmography (The It's Alive trilogy, The Stuff, Maniac Cop). He also had some moderate mainstream success with 2002's Phone Booth.
A devout NY detective investigates a spree on mass murders wherein all of…