This is the 3rd out of 15 Garage Sale Mystery flicks that I have seen. I think I might have skipped one but whatevs, that too will be watched. Anywho, Lori Loughlin is doing her American sweetheart dance and she does it well. Her voice has a hypnotizing quality to it in the same way a librarian does when she is reading a book to a bunch of little kids during a summer reading program. I can't be the only…
1 of 2 blaxploitation movies
3 decades : 1970s
Where to begin with this “movie”? There is indeed a guy and he is from Harlem. However, this does not take place in Harlem.
Instead of me tearing this movie apart I will dive into a track by track analysis on Violent Femme’s debut album Violent Femmes that was released in 1982. When Violent Femmes was released there was nothing to compare it…
This is a bonus movie on the Mortuary Massacre DVD. Score?!? This is a black and white gory crime horror flick. A detective tries to solve brutal murders while he drinks too much. One could say his work affects him. There is a lot of editing as the main character dives into madness.
I am going to echo the only other reviewer and viewer of this movie and say that this is a better movie than Mortuary Massacre. It might be a bit odd but it is at least entertaining.
First, let me say that Mortuary Massacre committed, in my opinion, the worst movie sin. The overuse of digital film effects that creates lines and dots over the movie. I am not exactly sure what that effect is but it is helluva annoying. Why do so many low-budget horror flicks rely on these effects? It doesn't add anything to the movie. It is like the lens flare in a Transformers movie, distracting.
If you are looking for gore, this movie…