Rob Grant’s pitch black horror-comedy is an intelligent evisceration of friendship, betrayal, and the male ego.
This year’s Fantasia Fest is shaping up to be another fantastic display of genre cinema from around the world.
This Brazilian film has plenty of bite, reserved in full for the bourgeois cannibal economy of capitalism.
The infamous Ozploitation flick BODY MELT is a gory satire of the fitness industry as just another modern horrorshow.
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A little more comedy this time around in the first sequel to SLEEPAWAY CAMP. And a lot more Angela!
George P. Cosmatos uses OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN to explore the effects of a capitalist rat race on the individual and their family
SLICE is nothing special, though it’s full of commentary about modern social divisions, urban renewal, and racists.
Maybe Larry Cohen’s just talking about vampires. Or, maybe, just maybe, he’s talking about neo-Nazis.
STREET TRASH is just a B-movie with nothing to say. Or, maybe it says a lot of things about NYC in the 1980s. Maybe?
A movie with so much thematic potential doesn’t measure up. Still, TERRORVISION is some greasy fun.
Popcorn. 1991. Directed by Mark Herrier. Screenplay by Alan Ormsby, from a story by Mitchell Smith. Starring Jill Schoelen, Tom Villard, Dee Wallace, Derek Rydall, Malcolm Danare, Elliott Hurst, Ivette Soler, Freddie Simpson, Kelly Jo Minter, Karen Lorre, Ray Walston, & Tony Roberts. Movie Partners/Trans-Atlantic Pictures Rated R. 91 minutes. Horror/Comedy ★★★1/2 There are manyContinue reading “Butter Your POPCORN With Metafiction & Revenge”