Five Great Seventies Sci-Fi Movies That Should Never Be Forgotten, But Never Be Remade!
Andy Warhol movies are highly misunderstood. Which adds to their brilliance. Firstly being, just about none have been written or directed by Andy Warhol. And most people tend to believe all of them are bad. I think most all of them are pretty great. The Morrissey trilogy Flesh, Trash, and Heat always have gotten the […]
The Car tells the story of a possessed Sedan that while tearing through the back roads of America, ends up terrorizing a small town… The only people that might be able to stop this is a Sheriff’s Deputy and the small town Sheriff’s Department. If they can’t, this lone rider will not only tear up the roads, but everyone around it!
For the past few months I have been doing a lot of research in to movie history, you know the various genre’s and actors and the like. Now last night I got to thinking that for my generation, everyone knows about action stars such as Dolph Lundgren online viagra (Retrograde), Jean-Claude Van Damme (Bloodsport), and […]
A couple of months ago I did a recommendation for the movie, Videodrome (1983), with James Woods (Cat’s Eye). Now this movie told the story of how a killer (supposedly live) TV series was killing people… Now Videodrome turned out to be a truly fantastic film, and it got me to thinking of the other […]
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Near the end of World War 2, a top secret Nazi SS project was undertaken to create the ultimate Super Soldier that can fight in any condition on any battlefield no matter if it is Land, Sea or Air. Their choice was the creation of Zombie soldiers from those killed on the battle field. This project being a total disaster and it being the end of the war, this project was buried… 32 years later the passengers and crew of the Bonaventure accidentally dig the project up…
Good news to fans of the Post-Apocalyptic genre! Jack Smight’s ‘Damnation Alley (1977)’ finally makes it’s way to DVD. Though, we think a DVD release is a little late coming to the party, don’t worry a Bluray release is also scheduled for the July 12th street date. Smight, who died in 2003, directed Damnation Alley […]
Vernon Praiseworthy, a terribly unlucky, but kind hearted man is about to set out on the journey of a life time when he discovers that he is about to inherit a fortune 500 business from his cooky billionaire Uncle, who won’t turn his business over to him till Vernon can learn the lesson that he learned while riding the rails when he was younger! The only way for this is to have Vernon become like him… A hobo riding the rails!