Oh boy… Angels of Evil is the most unintentional smash-hit comedy of the year.
Seek it out if you are after a bite-sized conspiracy tale but it may leave you hungry for more.
The old adage goes ‘there’s no honor among thieves’ but the South Korean blockbuster that is aptly titled The Thieves expands and complicates this saying, and it does so with gusto. A heist is planned with two different groups called together by the mysterious Macao Park.
Animated feature Hotel Transylvania has both a fun and familiar feeling to it. I really enjoyed it, actually more than I thought I would, but then again I always loved Mad Monster Party…
When getaway driver “Charlie Bronson’s” (Dax Shepard) time in witness protection is cut short after his identity is blown, what ensues is a rubber-melting gasoline-burning muscle car road chase, where seat belts are not optional…
Money is the root of all evil, as three people with nothing in common will discover. The only thing connecting them all is a bag containing 5 million dollars… and their desperate need for cash….
In the words of the vacuous mumbling hopeless hip-hop lyrics in the background “O.M.G., you’re so pre-t-ty” and frankly, if this sentence grabs or moves you in any positive way you should buy ten copies…
Friedkin serves us a strong cast, cooked to perfection with a side order of claustrophobic tension and lashings of brutality served cold, stone cold….
There’s guilty pleasures, then there’s caught with the smoking gun in hand guilty pleasure, then there’s Miami Connection.
This is a wicked presentation.
Like a thrilling theme park ride Smuggler hurtles forward at break-neck speeds introducing every insane character and utterly absurd violence along the way. Off-the-rails certainly is an understatement.
Big Trouble in Little China lavishes us with acrobatic kung-fu battles, unloads magazine after magazine upon us leading to a green-flamed explosive finale’, so buckle up, as The Pork Chop Express delivers us a blu-ray certain to satisfy the staunchest of action fans.
This tense, unnerving film delivers scares, but also features some astounding use of the camera.
Before we left behind the cultural phenomenon that was the 80′s, 1989 delivered us two of the most righteous phone booth time travellers we’ve been graced with.. no Doctor Who crusty dude its not you, its (Alex Winter) Bill S Preston Esq. & (Keanu Reeves) “Ted” Theodore Logan.. and its a truly most excellent adventure!
Back in 1988 the Chiodo Brothers released the 50′s B-Movie inspired Sci-Fi/Horror Killer Klowns From Outer Space (KKFOS), the film has since earned itself Cult Classic status & a Blu-ray Release & with a mooted 3D sequel tentatively set for 2013 its time to get knee deep in Klowns, damn dirty Klowns!
Horror Master John Carpenter’s THEY LIVE is finally on blu-ray & thanks to Shout Factory let us all rejoice!
Where did it all go wrong? When did the man who gave us Billy Madison, Happy Gilmore & The Wedding Singer become the comedic equivalent of Sardine flavoured Gelato.
Before John Cusack was Edgar Alan Poe or confusing the hell out of people on twitter, he was the unmotivated, suicidal teen Lane Meyer in Better Off Dead.
This Canadian production defies all narrative conventions and offers a wholly fresh representation on the most tired of cinematic features – love.
Nerd God Joss Whedon & Drew Goddard’s The Cabin in the Woods almost single-handedly rejuvenated the horror genre & along the way found time to pay homage to some of our ghoulish favourites.