In many ways 'Color Me Blood Red' is one of Herschell Gordon Lewis' best films. It's better looking, more well acted and even a bit more competently directed than most of his previous gore fests. The scene in which we see the first blood is actually as good as anything Lewis has ever done and maybe his most simple and well done sequence. The characters are quirky and some of them are actually funny, which again has a lot to…
'Ninja Cheerleaders' is not good, but it's also not as bad as you think. Sure, it's self-aware trash, but it's mostly likeable and too short to be boring. The story of three go-go dancing ninja cheerleaders is told with it's heart in the right place, and eventhoug it has a few cringey mood swings, it does have some funny moments.
There are even some real actors in this movie, most notably George Takai as Hiroshi, the ninja master / strip…
A quick and dirty revenge-driven spaghetti western that I enjoyed, even if it wasn't outstanding. The film is short and very fast paced, pretty violent and has a high body count thanks to both our ruthless villains and the avenging anti-hero Shane. I wonder if Mike Marshall's crazy eyes were a deliberate acting choice, but my theory is that he got the role for his Franco Nero likeness before anybody noticed he's kind of a weird actor. I love spaghetti westerns and I can find something even in the lesser ones, so I'll say this is one for fans only, but I was very entertained.
"God knows what you've been through to get here." ... Honestly, not much.
I don't have a lot of big goals in life, but one of them is to see all of the Italian cannibal movies at some point and 'The Green Inferno' aka 'Cannibal Holocaust 2' was another step to the finishing line.
To say this isn't one of the best is putting it lightly. An extremely 80s pop soundtrack replaces the dark synth scores or beautiful melodies of…