Someone's in the back seat!
"There are two types of human beings - those who succeed and those who fail. You are a failure, so you shouldn't make this film." -Kazuo Tsukamoto, Shinya Tsukamoto's father regarding 'Tetsuo.'
Tetsuo follows a Japanese salary-man who discovers that he's beginning to horribly mutate into a mechanized monstrosity. This masterpiece of black and white cinema was unlike anything I had ever seen and I loved every minute of it. It has one of the best title sequences, one of…
There’s a reason why the Mortal Kombat concept is executed so well in the original 1995 film and not in the new one and it’s not just because of nostalgia. The original Mortal Kombat is by no means a masterpiece. The dialogue is hoaky, the premise is bizarre, and several plot elements could be polished up, but it doesn’t change the fact that it is a genuine martial arts tournament movie with imaginative production design, memorable characters, a generation defining…