Badass B-movies

The Earth Dies Screaming (1964) - Blu-ray Review

The Earth Dies Screaming (1964) - Blu-ray ReviewCruising rather comfortably on its low budget, Hammer Horror director Terence Fisher’s The Earth Dies Screaming has one of the fiercest and most engaging openings to every kick off a science fiction flick.  The Earth Dies Screaming literally begins with THE END of the  ...

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All Through the House (2015) - Blu-ray Review

All Through the House (2015) - Blu-ray ReviewGarden shears.  It had to be garden shears.  Ho! Ho! Ho!  Let the stabbing begin!  Written and directed by Todd Nunes, All Through The House is a Christmas-themed slasher that makes for a better trailer than it does a movie.  I’m not saying that, as far as independent ...

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Horror House on Highway 5: Limited Edition (1985) - Blu-ray Review

Horror House on Highway 5 (1985) - Blu-ray ReviewThere are few things MORE terrifying to me than an exaggerated Richard Nixon mask.  I don’t know why.  Maybe it’s the extended nose or the heavily-lined cheeks, but it just creeps me the fuck out.  In fact, it might be the single most terrifying thing that I know of.  You’re aware of  ...

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Slugs (1988) - Blu-ray Review

Slugs (1988) - Blu-ray ReviewTwo horny teenagers interrupt their quickie – now that the parental units have left the house – to down some more hooch.  The guy needs something to drink.  Apparently, her vagina isn’t satisfying all of his needs.  Poor girl.  As the dude leaves his best gal’s warmth  ...

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Blood Diner: Vestron Horror Classics (1987) - Blu-ray Review

Blood Diner (1987) - Blu-ray ReviewVestron Video continues its Lionsgate-sponsored rebirth with the High-Definition release of one of the craziest horror films to ever see the light of the day, Blood Diner.  Where the fuck do I even begin?  If you’ve seen the film, then you know EXACTLY the total anarchy  ...

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Chopping Mall: Vestron Horror Classics (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Chopping Mall (1986) - Blu-ray ReviewThe Killbots are coming!!!  The Killbots are coming!!!  Grab your wayfarers, pop your collars, and hitch up your chinos, we’re heading to the mall of the future.  With robots providing security detail, the Park Place Mall is slashing its prices … and its customers.  Wait, what?  ...

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Dead-End Drive-In (1986) - Blu-ray Review

Dead-End-Drive-In - Blu-ray ReviewGearheads and punks rejoice! Your metal and steel obsessed world just got a hell of a lot shinier. The neon-splashed roads of an Ozploitation classic are yours to drive upon once again. Dead-End Drive-In has arrived on blu-ray. Complete with a brand new 2K restoration  ...

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Johnny Guitar: Olive Signature (1954) - Blu-ray Review

Johnny Guitar: Olive Signature - Blu-ray ReviewJoan Crawford.  Her name alone invokes images of all sorts.  F. Scott Fitzgerald considered her THE ORIGINAL flapper.  She was a dancer, a radio talent, an actress, but, above everything else, she was a force of nature.  She alone made herself a star.  No one else  ...

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The Rift (1989) - Blu-ray Review

The Rift (1990) - Blu-ray ReviewIt is essentially a cheaper version of Ridley Scott’s Alien, but underwater.  That’s the best description of The Rift (aka Endless Descent).  This knock-off is only one of the several underwater exploitative films that were rushed out from almost every studio – no matter  ...

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Cat People: Criterion Collection (1942) - Blu-ray Review

Cat People (1942) - Blu-ray ReviewWhen it comes to the history of horror, there are few years as important as 1942.  That was the year RKO switched gears and turned away from artists like Orson Welles.  They pulled The Magnificent Ambersons out from under his feet and went on the hunt for showmen  ...

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