Martial arts action, heads getting chopped off, a Taekwondo themed New Wave band, biker gangs, ninja gangs, the narcotics industry of Miami, orphans reuniting with their loved ones...it honestly doesn't get much better than this.
I've heard some complaining both here on Letterboxd, as well as with people that I talk too, about there not being an explanation for why this world is the way it is. However, you get all the explanation you need in the very beginning, and if you've seen any of the other Mad Max films you know why. This film would also be incredibly boring if it was bogged down by useless dialogue explaining that the fall of the modern…
Hoop-Tober 2.0: 5 of 31
I can't imagine what it would be like to watch the love of your life fall very ill, slowly transform into something else, and then have their body become a cocoon for some new hybrid being. Truly one of the most tragic and dramatic horror films ever to be made. This is the only film to have ever made me cry--and one day I will adapt it into a beautiful opera.
I mostly picked films…