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January 31, 2011

Movie Review: Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives (2010)

Director: Israel Luna
Stars: Erica Andrews, Willam Belli, Kelexis Davenport, Jenna Skyy and Krystal Summers

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Sometimes there are movies you should never watch because there's just no way they could ever live up to their titles. When I saw that the Arizona Underground Film Festival was screening a film called Ticked-Off Trannies with Knives, I knew it was either going to be a disappointment or the greatest film ever made, but catching up on DVD I realise that it's a combination of both. Obviously this isn't a movie for everyone, but you can hardly accuse it of false advertising. It's an indie film, financed by a lesbian in her eighties, shot by a gay Texan director and, perhaps for the first time anywhere, starring real transgender women in most of the lead roles. It's also a throwback to grindhouse rape revenge movies like I Spit on Your Grave and Savage Streets, but with plenty of comedy and nowhere near as much nastiness. Those who would hate it are the ones who wouldn't dream of watching it to begin with because it's exactly what they think it is.

Movie Review: Spider Forest (2004)

by Hal Astell

It's been almost a month since I saw a Korean movie, which is a sad state of affairs indeed, and Sundance describe this one as Memento meets Jacob's Ladder. How freaky can this be? With that description I wouldn't even care if there there aren't any spiders in this forest, but fortunately there are. They go very well with fourteen day old corpses in horror stories, but this one's not just a horror movie: it's a drama, a mystery and a thriller, all wrapped in the same happy go lucky bundle.

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We begin with a man waking up in the forest and walking back to the cabin nearby. There he finds one male corpse that he thinks looks like himself, stabbed over forty times. In the next room is his girlfriend, not quite dead yet but pretty close. She's only been stabbed three times so is still alive and talking of spiders while looking up at a hatchway. Our man hears something, so grabs a scythe, perhaps the murder weapon itself, and opens the hatch, only to find another man on the other side who he chases into the forest.

Movie Review: Paula-Paula (2010)

I have been joking with my girl friend that one day on this site I will write a three letter review of some movie: "WTF?" End of blog. If I were to carry through on that threat, Jesus "Jess" Franco's PAULA-PAULA would certainly be my target.

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I can enjoy cinematic sleaze from time to time as much as the next guy. An occasional roll in the cinematic mud can be a lot of fun. And I can't say I haven't enjoyed watching some of Franco's films in the past on just that level. But this one is so thin, it asks way too much of us.

January 28, 2011

Interview: PJ Woodside

by James DePaolo

1.What kind of childhood does a PJ Woodside have?

I had asthma and got my ass kicked a lot. I spent a lot of time at the beach, too. There are lots of home movies of me in a bathing suit. Stop it. I was little.

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2.What is your first film memory, that made you a fan of movies?

Mary Poppins. My favorite scene is the one where they float to the ceiling from laughter. Though it’s not a movie, I am also a huge fan of Gumby and Pokey. It was freakish to watch the characters turn to clay balls and then get remade into something else. It was like being on acid to a four-year-old. I might be telling my age here. The first scary stuff I watched was Dark Shadows. I LOVED that show. No mirror reflection? How did they do their hair?

Movie Review: Eyes in the Dark (2010)

Director: Bjorn Anderson
Stars: Wayne Bastrup, Melissa Goad, John Symonds, Maureen Francisco, Telisa Steen, Melinda Ausserer, Jason Robinson and Paul Eenhoorn

We may be coming up on a whole new era in Forteana. The X Files told us that the truth is out there, the Internet gave us opportunity to start looking and now Wikileaks has the potential to actually hand us the details. While we may never quite get treated to a leaked document that identifies the precise crate in the precise warehouse that the Ark of the Covenant is currently languishing in, I'm intrigued to see what the next decade or so brings us in uncovered cover ups, demystified mysteries and explained conspiracies. It might even bring us a real life equivalent of this, the second feature from Bjorn Anderson, whose imagination shows in his choice of subject matter for his debut: a mediaeval war movie from 2009 called Warrior's End, hardly the usual starting point for a new filmmaker. He fills the same roles here, as writer, producer and director, but this is a more traditional horror movie, albeit following relatively new traditions.

Movie Review : Repo Chick (2009)

Just last week I posted a review of THE AMAZING BULK, a movie shot entirely in front of a green screen with computer generated backgrounds. In that review I more than implied that I found this an annoying trend, designed solely to make a make a big budget-type story with miniscule funds. The results, however (most of the time), are less than engaging, since the unrealistic imagery fails to transport us to a place we can relate to. I'm happy to say that Alex Cox's REPO CHICK has proven that need not always be the case. His decision to make his latest film with this technology may or may not have been at least partially because of budgetary considerations. But whatever the case, he uses the technique effectively and with a purpose. Like any good work of art, the form here illuminates and supports the content.

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January 26, 2011

Cinematic Hell: Life Returns (1935)

Director: Eugen Frenke
Star: Dr Robert E Cornish

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Horror in the early thirties belonged to Universal. Already established in the silent era with Lon Chaney vehicles The Hunchback of Notre Dame and The Phantom of the Opera, amongst others, they hit the sound age running. In 1931 they released both Dracula and Frankenstein, making icons out of Béla Lugosi and Boris Karloff in the process, then followed up with The Mummy, The Old Dark House, The Invisible Man and more. By 1935, they were the undisputed genre kings and to celebrate they released what may be the best and the worst pictures in their entire horror run, films that shared a theme and an actress but otherwise couldn't be more different. The best was James Whale's Bride of Frankenstein, the worst Eugen Frenke's Life Returns, a partnership with the newly formed independent Scienart Pictures to spin a hokey yarn around the true story of a real Dr Frankenstein, Dr Robert E Cornish, who killed dogs and brought them back to life.

January 25, 2011

Cinematic Hell: Devil Monster (1946)

Director: S Edwin Graham
Stars: Barry Norton and Blanche Mehaffy

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Nowadays we have it lucky: there are so many avenues we can follow to see classic movies that we're spoiled for choice. Back in 1946, most people only had the option of going to their local theatre to see whatever happened to be showing and the only choice they had was between the different movie houses in their town. Many would have seen Devil Monster, often on a double bill with The White Gorilla, and wondered why it seemed familiar, only to shrug it off. After all, every popular success launched a hundred cheap imitators and many classic era films were remakes to begin with, even famous ones like The Maltese Falcon. Those who paid attention though may have realised that Devil Monster didn't just seem familiar, it was really something they had seen before. You see, not one single moment within this entire film is original. Everything was patched together from stock footage and older movies that the 'filmmakers' had bought the rights to.

Driller: A Sexual Thriller coming soon from Devil's Den/ MVD Visual

Zombies! Werewolves! Psychos! Pop stars! A depraved dungeon full of werewolves, zombies, mutants and hunchbacks converge for creepy copulations and outrageous orgies in this seldom-seen slice of 35mm vintage XXX sex and slime from 1984. Unsuspecting female fans of music megastar 'Mr. J', including adult legend Tajia Rae, are subjected to the sick and sinful advances of horribly hung hunchbacks, sex-starved psychos and the flesh-hungry undead when he leaves the stage from his latest tour and decides to give his groupies the grope of a lifetime! You will not believe the secret sexual weapon that this shape-shifting superstar unleashes to turn his fans' screams into creams, but it lives up to the title of the film... and did we mention it's a musical?

Bonus Materials
•Brand new transfer from original 35mm elements, Interview with producer 'Mr. Creepo' himself, Timothy Greene Beckely, Audio interview with Esmeralda: Driller's spooky squirter, Image gallery

Driller: A Sexual Thriller arrives on DVD, January 25th!

Movie Review: I Spit on your Grave (1978, 2010)

By James DePaolo

Review-I want to be perfectly honest, this is tough. Camile Keaton or Sarah Butler, original vs remake. Originally titled Day of the Woman, this is the story of a young woman who while on a vacation relaxing is brutally raped and left for dead by a group of guys. Well, she is out for revenge and one by one she will show them. The blu-ray transfer of the original 1978 edition is amazing. The sound and picture are probably the best transfer this film has had. I had the original DVD they released in Suncoast about 11 years ago. The original is pretty brutal for its time, the rape scene is almost unwatchable in its cruelty . Camile really sells the role, and does a great job.

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Movie Review: The Killing Of Jacob Marr (2010)

It’s been close to a year since we started doing film reviews on the Cinema Head Cheese website. As you can see from the content , indie features are very much a part of what we like to focus on. I myself have discovered the work of some very talented independent filmmakers because of this. The ones that come to mind most prominently that I’ve enjoyed covering are Ryan Nicholson( Hanger, Gutterballs, Bleading Lady) Chris Power (Long Pigs) and Chad Ferrin (Easter Bunny Kill! Kill!, Someone’s Knocking at My Door). I’m sure there are some solid filmmakers that I’ve excluded, but these guys stand out from the pack. Right now, I might have to add another filmmaker to the list, Brad Rego.

The Killing of Jacob Marr is written, produced and directed by Rego, it’s also his first feature. The opening of the film begins beautifully with young Jacob Marr (Joshua Bednarsky), a borderline autistic teen, is shown fiddling around with his Atari 2600. That is until his father (Gerard Savoy) interrupts his game playing by ordering him to go chop some wood. Jacob chops some wood alright, he also plants the axe in very graphic fashion (similar to the opening in Pieces) in papa’s skull. Why did lil’ Jake do this? Could it be the mysterious rock that he picked up whilst chopping logs.

Twenty years after the incident, a group of friends from work decide to make a trip to the log cabin where Jacob and his family lived. There is a new owner, a friend of Ted (Morgan White)who seems to leave things nice and homey for the twenty-somethings. The only problem is , is that theirs someone trying to spoil their vacation. Is Jacob still alive?

The acting in The Killing Of Jacob Marr is above average for a genre film. Instead of using friends, family members and investors (like so many shitty independents do) , Rego got together some folks that could actually deliver lines like humans do normally. The charachters aren’t just in the film to be killed off as tension and suspense is as much apart of the film as the explicit gore . This is very much a slasher film, but with some supernatural dropped in, to mix it up a bit. The body count isn’t high, but when people do die they get really messed up, as heads are ripped off in grisly fashion, bodies are disemboweled, sharp objects saw apart flesh and so on.

The title, The Killing Of Jacob Marr sounds a little more like a crime-thriller. When I put the movie in the DVD player, I was totally expecting Judd Hirsch to pop on screen to tell a young mother that their toddler was snatched at Chucky Cheese. I didn’t expect an 80s slasher throwback with solid acting and lovely production value. The writing is also excellent, and because of this the tension builds quite nicely as our unlucky group are stuck in the log cabin. I do think it should have been a little shorter to make it a bit more tight. A few snips here and there, really nothing too drastic.

Watching an indie film that succeeds is really a cool thing. The Killing of Jacob Marr, is without a doubt a fine debut by Rego that hopefully opens the path to other projects. Over the past few years there have been several films that have been branded as perfect 80’s slasher throw-backs – like Adam Green’s, Hatchet for instance. The Killing of Jacob Marr truly has its heart set in that wonderfully productive decade known as the 80’s, when slashers were unapologetic and gritty. Highly Reccomeneded

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Cinematic Hell: Double Agent 73 (1974)

Director: Doris Wishman
Star: Chesty Morgan

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Chesty Morgan was a freak of nature, like so many of the actors who populate Cinematic Hell, a very popular one who made a lot of money out of a particular physical quirk that Mother Nature chose to gift her with: a 73FF bust. This makes her look rather unlike anyone you've ever seen, because anything of similar stature is probably the result of implant surgery and porn stars with giant balloons in their chests don't look remotely like Chesty Morgan. When constrained by an ambitious bra her assets provide a truly daunting cleavage, but when freed from captivity the laws of gravity ensure that they reach almost to her waist. Given that they're the entire point of this movie (as well as a companion piece called Deadly Weapons), we get to see a lot of them, in every meaning of the word. The excuse here is that she's a spy with a camera implanted into her left breast so she effectively has to get topless to partake in the plot.

January 24, 2011

Man Without a Saddle

By Ron Ford
I haven't made a film for over five years now. Divorce and the poor economy have pretty much rocked my world and put me off my game. But now it is time to get back in the saddle, so to speak.
This project began when Mitch Tiner, who was the make-up and effects supervisor on my last four films (THE ROAD, TWIST OF THE VAMPIRE, TIKI and THE SNAKE-MAN), suggested we combine our two favorite genres and make a werewolf western. I remembered Kipling's story, Mark of the Beast, which I had previously adapted as a gangster comedy in my horror anthology DEAD TIME TALES. I always felt I had short changed the story that time around, eschewing its poignant themes in favor of cheap gags. The truth is, it's a powerful story with a lot to say about racism, faith and disillusionment. The original was set in Colonial India in the late 19th century, and I felt it would work very well transferred to the old west; using Native American "Indians" in place of the actual Indians in Kipling's story. The resulting script is, to my mind, the best thing I have ever written.

January 23, 2011

Movie Review: The Amazing Bulk (2011)

THE AMAZING BULK is one of the more recent films from the David Sterling production machine. This one was directed by Lewis Schoenbrun, who made a name for himself editing tons of B movies. Obviously, it is rip-off (or "mock-buster" if you will) of the THE INCREDIBLE HULK, though it comes far too late to cash in on either the Eric Bana fiasco blockbuster, or the slightly more appealing one with Edward Norton. It's timing, like most everything about this movie, is odd.

In order to tell a "blockbuster" type action story like this one on a miniscule budget, the film makers opted to do the entire movie green screen with digitally created backgrounds. The results are very uneven. Some of the backgrounds are nearly photo realistic, and others are very cartoonish. I suppose the attempt here is to give it the look of a comic book. But it comes off more as a video game designed by several different teams. The quality, again, is at best uneven.

January 22, 2011

Movie Review: Slumber Party Massacre Collection

Throughout Roger Corman’s career (most notably in the 70s and 80s), the legendary cult film producer and director has taken a lot of unwarranted abuse by critics and filmgoers for producing too many films that portray women as just objects, that are best seen either naked or getting killed. To me that’s a bunch of crap. Few producers have empowered the female gender like Roger Corman has. Sure they get naked, and yes plenty have perished at the hands of Carnosuars and Driller Killers, but some talented ladies have actually been employed to do more, like direct, write and produce. The three directors of the Slumber Party Massacre trilogy are all women and gladly participate in the new Shout! Factory release of the popular trilogy. That's my evidence, so stick that in your pipe and smoke it, Gloria Steinem!

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Movie Review: Bay of Blood (aka Twitch of the Death Nerve)

Stop me if you've heard this one: Some teens head to the woods to party, take a dip in the lake, have wild sex, and are subsequently hunted down and killed by a machete-welding maniac. Sound familiar? Well, it should - it's only the plot of every "Dead kids in the woods" movie since Madman and Friday the 13th.

It's also one of the bloody set pieces in Mario Bava's classic Italian giallo/horror film "Bay of Blood", AKA "Twitch of the Death Nerve". Almost a full decade before the the 80s slasher films exploded with tits and gore, Bava was inventing the tropes that would bring the horror genre the most attention it had received - both wanted and unwanted - since the Universal Horror Monsters took center stage.

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Movie Review: 1985-1986 (2011)

Evan Jacobs has been making his own brand of very personal films since the late nineties. Movies like WALKING BETWEEN THE RAINDROPS, THE TOLL COLLECTOR and SCHUSTERMAN LEVINE: A BOXING FABLE are all very unique and distinct glimpses into the mind of this talented and eclectic artist who seems bent on never selling out or repeating himself. His latest, 1985-1986, which has the distinction of being his first animated film, is no different.

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Jacobs wrote, directed, edited and animated this
feature, using Wacom Tablet and Toon Boom Studios.
It is a very detailed chronicle of the two years he spent in Victor Middle School in Southern California. It is a fairly uncompromising and honest look back at his own formative years. And that honesty is the films greatest strength, and its largest failing.

The movie opens with Erol Jacobs (for some reason, Evan changes his first name for this only-slightly fictionalized autobiographical account, but not his last) leaving home for his first day at middle school. The voice over narration tells us that this story is true to the best of the author's recollection. Jacobs then goes on to admit that he may have altered some of these events so that they reflect more favorably on him than the reality, but never intentionally so. That is a disarmingly honest way to begin a movie. It is honest to itself, as all good art should be.

January 21, 2011

Interview: HG Lewis, the Godfather of Gore!

Heather Henshaw got a chance to sit down with the Godfather of Gore, HG Lewis, and talked about his new film The Uh Oh Show and earlier films.
1) Before the release of Blood Feast, did you anticipate any outcry because of the content?
Oh, yes. Early reactions in my cutting room warned me of an outcry … if any theatre might be brave enough to show the film and any moviegoers stupid enough to pay to see it.
2) Of the three films known as the "Blood Trilogy" (Blood Feast, Color Me Blood Red, 2000 Maniacs) what is your favorite and why?
Not just of the Trilogy but of all the movies I’ve made, “Two Thousand Maniacs” is my personal favorite. Maybe that’s because it’s my voice on the sing-song title music, which I also wrote … but more probably, it’s because we proved it’s possible to produce a playable and watchable horror movie without star names and expensive effects.

Alien 2 On Earth coming from MVD Visual/ Midnight Legacy!

A group of cave explorers are confronted in an underground cavern by a mysterious living rock. Little do they know that it bears home to deadly, flesh-eating creatures, intent on wiping out the entire human population. Can they survive and ultimately prevent earth's total annihilation? The film stars Belinda Mayne, Mark Bodin, Roberto Barrese, Benny Aldrich, Michele Soavi and Judy Perrin. Arrives March 23rd!


- Brand new 1.85:1 high definition transfer from the original 35mm negative featuring significant additional footage not seen anywhere in the world.
- Ultra high bitrate AVC encode @36 MBS, on a BD-50, faithfully representing our 2k scan and preserving the integrity and look of film.
- English DTS MA 2.0, fully restored from the original audio masters, and respectful of the original sound design.
- Special features include the only surviving trailer from the mega rare Dutch VHS , and effects outtakes transferred directly from the negative B-roll in full HD.
- Limited Collector's Edition designed as a true collector's item.

January 20, 2011

Movie Review: Let Me In (2010)

James DePaolo

Directed by: Matt Reeves
115 minutes - Overture Films/Anchor Bay

Plot: This is the American Remake of Let The Right One In. The story of 12 year old Owen, who is bullied at school, at home his family is going through a painful divorce. One night on the playground outside his house he meets Abby. Abby just moved into the neighborhood. She is a vampire in the disguise of a 12 year old little girl.

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January 19, 2011

Movie Review: The Last Horror Film (Tromasterpiece Collection, 1982)

I was pondering a bit following my recent viewing of David Winters, The Last Horror Film, starring the enigmatic, Joe Spinell(Maniac, The Godfather, Vigilante). What a truly fascinating guy Joe Spinell is. Spinell is the consummate character actor ; often seen in parts street-wise toughs, gangsters or here in The Last Horror Film, a psycho . Like his character Frank Zito in William Lustig’s classic he is yet another ,sad, loner, with a heart-warming affection towards his mother; this time mom’s alive . Troma has unleashed an uncut special edition in their Tromasterpeice line for Winter’s slasher, The Last Horror Film ( AKA Fanatic), that keeps the memory of everybody’s favorite creepy guy(Sorry Michael J. Pollard) Joe Spinell, alive.

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Movie Review: Roger Corman's Sci-Fi Classics

Shout! Factory (DVD/Blu-ray gods) continues their spectacular Roger Corman's Cult Classics line with a Sci-Fi Classics triple feature. Included is Attack of the Crab Monsters, War of the Satellites and the original Not of this Earth. Check out my review of this stellar release!

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The Films:

Not of this Earth
A space vampire aka Paul Johnson, (Paul Birch) from the planet Davanna, hunts down men & woman, killing them with his death emitting white eyes and pumping the blood out of their bodies. Johnson realizes he can't do this forever, so he goes to get a blood transfusion from a local doctor. Dr. Rochelle (William Roerick) refuses to perform the transfusion without a blood test from Johnson, leading him to control the Doctor's mine telepathically. The Doctor, under Johnson's control, assigns nurse Nadine Story (Beverly Garland) to care for the alien, issuing him blood several times a day. Nadine, unsuspecting of Johnson's plan, obliges solely for the $200 a week she will be payed for her work. We discover why Johnson needs blood so badly. His planet Davanna is suffering from some kind of blood plague and his species sent him to Earth to collect as much as possible. I really enjoyed watching this. The acting, effects, setting and overall atmosphere make this a classic for me. Paul Birch has an intimidating presence and Beverly Garland (r.i.p) is quite a beauty, even in 'ol black and white. Plus the awesome Dick Miller makes a memorable cameo! It's Corman at his low budget best and it all works wonderfully.

January 17, 2011

Bleading Lady Coming Soon from Breaking Glass!

Breaking Glass Pictures will release cult horror director Ryan Nicholson’s latest film “Bleading Lady” on DVD March 29. The gory slasher film, which tells of an obsessive, murderous chauffeur who’s assigned to drive his favorite actress on her latest film shoot, will be released under Breaking Glass’ Vicious Circle Films label. Vicious Circle Films released Nicholsons previous fan favorite “Hanger” earlier this year.

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Don is a chauffeur and a movie buff who takes his job seriously — very seriously. When his latest assignment takes him to the set of a low-budget horror film, he’s overjoyed to learn he’ll be driving Riversa Red – his favorite B-movie “Scream Queen.” While escorting his beloved idol, Don assumes the role of bodyguard and turns fiercely protective, especially after learning that Riversa has a stalker. Hell-bent on protecting his queen and fueled by paranoid fantasies, Don’s usual temper tantrums go to fatal extremes. Soon he proves to be not only Riversa’s biggest fan, but her worst nightmare as well.

“Bleading Lady” confirms Nicholson as the “king of cinematic sleaze” (Cinesploitation) and serves up plenty of blood-splattering gore, nudity, and dark humor. As puts it: “Bleading Lady delivers the goods!”

Special features for the DVD will include:· “Behind the Wheel: The Making of ‘Bleading Lady’”
· “Left Coast TV Presents: On the Set of ‘Bleading Lady’”
· Eight deleted scenes
· An alternate opening
· Audio commentary with director Ryan Nicholson and star Dan Ellis.

In addition, Breaking Glass Pictures is featuring a sale at our official store in celebration of a successful first year. Enter "FANS1" when checking out to receive $5 off our already discounted prices.

Movie Review: Bloody Slashers Collection

Echo Bridge Home Entertainment releases four "Bloody Slashers" to DVD...look at the cover art, know what you're in for. Read on Cheeser!

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I have an extremely high tolerance for shit horror films and Cinema in general. These however, thinned my patience immensely. To be completely honest, the only film in this collection horror fans gives a damn about is Curtains. Some give this Canadian slasher good praise for trying to be more than mindless killing. Only available from Vestron Video on VHS, this is it's first digital release. It's a real shame the way it is presented. 4 films + 1 disc = lackluster. Cramming all of these onto a flipper disc is an AV disaster. Curtains is presented full frame and looks no better than a beat up VHS. Night time scenes are murky, details are non existent and print damage is everywhere. The three other flicks suffer quality wise also. It was expected though, this is a budget affair after all.

Movie wise, all of these films are pretty dreadful, including Curtains. Not even the great John Vernon could save this. I blame it the aforementioned DVD quality and prolonged run times, 100+ minute low budget horror made this reviewer waive the white flag.

As mentioned, these are budget releases. You get what you pay for but I wouldn't recommend it.

January 15, 2011

Movie Review: Chinese Kamasutra (1993)

See that gorgeous stripper on the cover of One 7’s release of Joe D’amato’s sleazy oddity, Chinese Kamasutra? Enjoy that photo on the cover all you want, because that’s the only place your going to see her, as unfortunately this lovely tart doesn’t make an appearance anywhere in the feature. It's a shame that the cover model so prominently displayed is absent but the sexy Georgia Emerald does what she can to heat up this 1993 D'Amato entry . While not as sexy as the mystery tramp-stamp covered stripper on the box, she’s still very pleasing to the eye when in the buff. I know, it's minor, but it is the cover.

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Cinema Head Cheese: The Podcast! #4 featuring Mink Stole and Lance Henriksen

Episode #4 - Mink Stole and Lance Henriksen

Jeff Dolniak sits down with John Waters movie regular Mink stole, and he later has an outdoor chat with cult legend Lance Henriksen. Please pardon the crickets. Kevin Moyers is set off into a review spiral by a simple phone notification.

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January 14, 2011

Movie Review: Recompence (2010)

One thing that you may notice about some of the critics that write about genre films is that within their undying love for all the things that make cult films so wonderful, they themselves have aspirations of making films. Yes, it is a fact, some critics and writers also enjoy producing their own art, but It doesn’t always equal a well-made film. I won’t name names, but some of the same filmmakers that critique on the side can produce far worse shit than anything they review themselves that may not be up to their taste. Ronny Carlsson, director of the surreal horror film, Recompence, runs a genre website called Film Bizarro and in my opinion is one of those rare exceptions - proof not all critics are crappy filmmakers.