The boys and girls of Astro Radio Z take a look at some of the craziest sequels ever made. Continue reading Astro Radio Z Looks At Gonzo Sequels
Yes, I am still on quite a few podcasts and bless them for having me. The panels are always entertaining and the conversation fresh. Recently, I sat down with some guys from The Spoiler Room to discuss the 2015 retro … Continue reading The Spoiler Room Revs Up and Peels Out with TURBO KID
This time, we look at three cult films involving people in alien surroundings: THE VISITOR, FORBIDDEN ZONE and WHY SHOOT THE TEACHER? Continue reading GLORY OF THE 80s: Strangers In a Strange Land
Season three is here! Moviocrity brings you a brand new episode of the web series with a look at MY BLOODY VALENTINE! Continue reading MOVIOCRITY Rings In Season 3 By Snuggling Up to MY BLOODY VALENTINE!
Part 3 of a four-part series! This time, we look at some non-traditional Christmas films from the 1980s. Expect to see psycho Santas, action flick goodness and yes, some genuine family entertainment. Continue reading Jingle Bell Schlock!: Non-Traditional Christmas Films You May Have Missed (Part 3 of 4)
Part 2 of a four-part series! Just in time for the holidays, a list of non-traditional Christmas films. In this installment, look for Christmas horror, aliens and a six-foot rabbit that isn’t named Harvey. Continue reading Jingle Bell Schlock!: Non-Traditional Christmas Films You May Have Missed (Part 2 of 4)
WOLVES is an attempt to mount a new horror mythology from a director with one of the most unusual resumes in recent memory. It’s also a shoe-in for one of the worst films of 2014.
Continue reading WOLVES, or: Teen Wolf vs. Sons of Lycanthropy
Art and violence have been cozy bedfellows for centuries. Maybe art doesn’t like to flaunt its close relationship with violence, but the two aren’t above exploiting each other either. This is sort of the premise behind Boris Rodriguez’s darkly satirical EDDIE THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL. Lars Olafsen (Thor Lindhart) is a once-successful painter who has pretty much given up on inspiration ever striking again. He takes a position at a remote and impoverished art school in Canada, where he plans to spend his days teaching and trying to quiet the people in his periphery who wonder if he will ever again … Continue reading Review – EDDIE THE SLEEPWALKING CANNIBAL (2012)