May the remainder of your 2021 be wondrous, and your New Year bright with possibilities... I am taking the remainder of the year, as well as January 2022, off from social media and posting in general (for the most part). Like our groundhog, Wiarton Willy,... read more
Reptilicus, 1961 Danish/American film (directed by Poul Bang, Denmark version, released in 1961, Sidney W. Pink in the US for American International Pictures, of course, released in the States in 1962 after being extensively reworked). Highly recommended for fans of old monster movies with giant... read more
Okay, so I have to say, right off the top, A LOT about this film—the kinds of filmmaking errors made, the convoluted plot, and especially the scriptwriting—totally remind me of the collected works of Edward D. Wood Jr. Directors Bill Rebane and later Hershell... read more
Check out this wonderful review of the “Space Zombies: 13 Months of Brain-Spinning Mayhem!” DVD by David Battams for Eyesore Cinema!
"Betsy, the secretary, is a dreamer, and she dreams of Dr. Vic McNaughton; longs for him like a delicate flower longs for sustaining sun, to deliver her from the drab, dusty darkness of her own sad, day to day life. Hoping he will transport... read more
C.H.U.D., 1984 (directed by Douglas Cheek, produced by Andrew Bonime)—very spoilery, btw. Ah, the 80s. The decade of the deep divide between the haves and have-nots. When the film opens, a woman, Flora Bosch (Laure Mattos, real-life wife of co-star Daniel Stern), walks her Westie down... read more
Okay…so I’m really late to the table with this one. For whatever reason, I was avoiding it…even though it starred Vincent Price…even though it was an American International “higher budget” film…even though everyone who loves this sort of thing has been raving about it... read more