• The Dungeon of Harrow

    The Dungeon of Harrow


    Charming ultra low budget regional horror flick from Texas. Directed by comic artist Pat Boyette, Dungeon is going for the Roger Corman Poe
    adaption thing, but with a budget of a quarter, 2 dimes and a nickel.

  • The Curse of the Living Corpse

    The Curse of the Living Corpse


    My favorite of Del Tenney's directorial efforts. A mix of Gothic horror and murder mystery. A bunch of bickering assholes in a mansion getting offed by a mysterious (Undead?) black gloved killer. Roy Scheider seems to be playing a drunk Tom Hiddleston and having a blast doing it.

  • Solo: A Star Wars Story

    Solo: A Star Wars Story


    When I heard about this, I was opposed to it. We don't need to see Han's origin. But, watching it, I did enjoy the film. The only real fault I had with the movie overall was that some scenes were hard to see. Honestly it reminded me of those Han spin off books they did in the late '70's and the old Marvel comic.

  • Star Trek Beyond

    Star Trek Beyond


    I like the beats and shouting.

  • Isle of the Snake People

    Isle of the Snake People


    Half awesome whacked out LSD trippy snake cult flick. Half talky bore-fest.

  • The Ghost & Mr. Chicken

    The Ghost & Mr. Chicken


    "Attaboy, Luther!"

    I kind of needed this movie after a rough few days.

  • Indestructible Man

    Indestructible Man


    It's a movie. Got that going for it anyway.

  • The Code of Cain

    The Code of Cain


    This is some Godfrey Ho level fuckary right here.

  • Dracula 3D

    Dracula 3D


    This is a weird one I'm come to enjoy more after a couple viewings. Feels like Argento mainlined Jean Rollin and Jess Franco movies before directing. The CGI is hilarious. The score is amazing. Asia is hot. There's a really nice decapitation. And the film feels a little to long overall. All the same, I can see this one growing on me.

  • Killer Workout

    Killer Workout


    It's hard to pick a favorite David A. Prior flick. There's Sledgehammer, Deadly Prey and it's sequel. Some of his best in my opinion. Then there's this and Mankillers. Both excellent, though not on the same level as those other three films. Killer Workout is such a weird mishmash of slasher, murder mystery and low rent action flick. This and the fact that it's filled with so much aerobics action make Killer Workout a pleasure to behold.

  • Heist



    Should be called: A heist and then a bunch of fist fights in a warehouse. Featuring some truly terrible criminals. The main dude was pretty good. Bonus star for the guy that gets the acid melt.

  • Hercules



    Not enough movies have a bear get hurled into space. This take on Hercules looks and feels if Jack Kirby's Fourth World insanity was injected straight into it's veins.