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November 30, 2011

Movie Review: Killer Eye: Halloween Haunt (2011, Full Moon)

Directed by Charles Band

Starring Erica Rhodes, Olivia Alexander and Chelsea Edmundson

Back in 1999, Full Moon Entertainment and director David DeCoteau produced a strange little horror flick about an extra-dimensional entity that enters our world by infesting the eye of a voyeuristic scientist. Naturally the infested eye grows to enormous size, detaches itself from the body of its victim and goes on a rampage. The film was called The Killer Eye. Now the Eyeball's back in Killer Eye: Halloween Haunt.

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Movie Review: The Image (akaThe Punishment of Anne aka The Mistress and the Slave, 1975)

Reviewed By Travis G.

As soon as this DVD arrived in the mail I had two very different opinions of THE IMAGE from two different friends on the same day. I had one friend tell me it was boring and some what tedious and as he put it “Bleah”. My other friend has it at number 5 in his top 30 favorite classic porn films by saying "Metzger’s top-notch career was topped by this erotic ball-drainer."

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November 29, 2011

Cinema Head Cheese: The Podcast! #24 - Jeffy Goes to Hollywood

Jeff takes a different turn this week and heads into some mainstream comedies. He talks about Super, The Change-Up and Our Idiot Brother.

Kevin digs straight into horror with Insidious, Peeping Blog and Bite Marks.

The duo professes their love for Magnet Releasing and dives into the Korean revenge film I Saw the Devil.

Jeff's Blue Cheese segment involves the classic parody The Texas Dildo Masquerade. A slight technical malfunction then disrupts his look at the latest release of Tinto Brass' Monamour and Kick the Cock.

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November 28, 2011

Movie Review: Lust For Vengeance (2001)

Directed by Sean Weathers

Starring Jeff Roches, Carlito Rivera, Glenn Skeete and Michelle Soto

Reviewed By Kenny Barnwell

Plot~ Lust for Vengeance was inspired by the Italian thrillers of the 60's known as Giallo films, combining murder, soft-core porn and mystery along with trippy visual effects. As the legend goes, these movies inspired the first American slasher films of the 70's and according to director Sean Weathers this is the first and only Giallo movie ever made in the U.S. Weathers locked himself in a room for over a month watching over 100 Italian thrillers for the inspiration for this film.

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November 26, 2011

Movie Review: Peeping Blog (2011)

I have to do this. I know, it's going to be tough, but I have to. I'm officially breaking up with Creep Creepersin movies. We had our fun. Well, we tried to have some fun. I really wanted to root for the guy after I saw He, but I just can't anymore. This will be my final Creep Creepersin review. It's time for me to leave this abusive relationship.

I've seen lazy filmmaking many times, but this is just awful. Nothing, and I mean NOTHING happened in this entire movie. Creep, please stop it. I don't need to watch you drive for twenty minutes. I don't need to watch you cook and eat a Hot Pocket. I don't need to listen to you breathing. You took what movies like Skew do so well and you crapped on it.

I didn't get a full movie, so it doesn't get a full review from me. I even refuse to post an Amazon link, if it even exists. I don't want to be responsible for the sale of even one of these DVDs.

November 25, 2011

Movie Review: 36th Precinct (2004, aka 36 Quai des Orfèvres)

Directed by Olivier Marchal
Reviewed by Greg Goodsell

When the craggy senior officer of the Parisian 36th Precinct announces his retirement, his fellow coppers, a rambunctious lot, throw him a suitably party. Chief among the celebrants is a fat, hairy officer dressed as a belly dancer for the evening's debauched entertainment. When rats are spotted creeping about the shelves of liquor at the dive bar rented out for the festivities, the drunken gendarmes shoot at them with live ammunition.

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Movie Review: Demon Divas and The Lanes of Damnation (Happy Cloud Pictures, 2010)

Reviewed by Kenny Barnwell

Written and Directed by Mike Watt

Starring Nikki McCrea, Sofiya Smirnova and a bunch of other people who will probably thank me for not mentioning their names in the review.

Plot~ 2 nerdy college girls work in a bowling alley that happens to be owned by 5 girls who happen to be.....Demon Divas. The nerdy girls are constantly picked on by a group of mean sorority chicks. Lisa (Nikki McCrea) has the hots for Johnny (Aaron Bernard) while her roomate Taffy (Sofiya Smirnova) just wants to be part of the sorority. Sorority girl Rochelle (Stephanie Bertoni) want Johnny for herself.

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November 24, 2011

"Gurozuka" Coming Soon From Synapse Films!


A terrifying horror film in the tradition of THE RING and SCREAM!

Gurozuka DVDA fun getaway turns into a journey to Hell for some unlucky teenage girls visiting an isolated house to rehearse and perform a play for their private movie club. Taking the trip with an adult chaperone, the girls learn that a previous club member supposedly went missing in the house, and another went insane! Shortly after they arrive, a mysterious videotape is found with footage of a violent killer wearing a Japanese 'deigan' mask. Is this footage faked—or real? Soon the girls' food and equipment disappear, and one of the girls is hauned by ghostly visions of the masked demon. Someone–or something–is in the house, and gruesome death awaits those who cannot escape! 
Synapse Films presents Yôichi Nishiyama's GUROZUKA, a stylized horror film in the J-Horror tradition of the genre-bending Japanese classic,
THE RING, and the frightful ferver of SCREAM.

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Special Features:

• The Making of GUROZUKA – Featurette
• Original Trailer

Disc Info:

Director:ichi Nishiyama
Starring: Nozomi Andô, Yukari Fukui, and Yûko Itô
Run Time: 85 minutes
Release Date: January 10, 2012
Japanese Language / 2.0 Stereo
Subtitles: English
Aspect Ratio: Anamorphic widescreen (1.85:1)
Format: DVD
Region: Region 1

Price: $24.95

Synapse Films

November 23, 2011

Insidious (2011)

I heard a lot of oohing and aahing about Insidious when it came out. People said it was scary and creepy. I didn't hear much on the specifics of it, but the reactions I saw were enough to get me interested. When is showed up on Netflix streaming, I decided to take a look. I'm still not sure what all the hype was about.

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The story follows a family as they move into a new house. One of the kids has an accident, and he ends up in a coma. The problem is that the coma has nothing to do with the fall, and doctors are baffled. As time goes by, the matriarch of the family starts to see things. Some of these things are quick and subtle, but they begin to build into full on spirits. It has a good build to it, but then it all goes to hell.

Movie Review: Our Idiot Brother (2011, Blu-ray)

I’ve grown to really like Paul Rudd. Throughout his career he’s been especially good in supporting roles in films like 40 Year-Old Virgin, Knocked-Up and Clueless.  Rudd’s resume shows numerous solid comedic performances where he’s played second fiddle or third wheel to Steve Carell, Seth Rogen and Will Ferrell. In last year’s awful Dinner for Schmucks, Rudd stars alongside Carell yet again playing the “straight guy” while Steve Carell brings out in his inner moron. Jesse Peretz’s Our Idiot Brother is Rudd’s most recent comedy vehicle, except this time around - he’s the “schmuck”.

Movie Review: Kidnapped (2011, MPI/IFC Midnight)

Directed by Miguel Angel Vivas

Reviewed by Greg Goodsell

The pre-credits sequence is horrifying and relentless. An upper middle-class Spanish man is seen with a bag over his head, his hands tied behind his back as he struggles for air. In one continuous take, he manages to get to his feet, and begins walking around what is presumed to be an outdoor rest area by the side of a highway. Breathing loudly, he manages to stumble to the road where he is narrowly missed by a speeding vehicle – and is then promptly struck down by another. Our hero's predicament (Fernando Cayo) only gets worse from there – in a sequence that has absolutely no bearing on the film that is about to follow!

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November 22, 2011

Cinema Head Cheese: The Podcast! #23 - Oh Hi, Denny!

This week, Jeff and Kevin introduce a Q&A session shot by CHC filmographer Mike Heenan.

The Q&A happened before a screening of the cult hit The Room, and it featured co-stars Juliette Danielle (Lisa) and Philip Haldiman (Denny).

Good times and plenty of laughs were had in this very candid conversation.

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November 21, 2011

Movie Review: Carjacked (Blu-ray, 2011)

From the appearance of the cover, John Bonito’s thriller Carjacked looks like another thriller in the mold of some of the more effective auto themed suspense films like The Hitcher, Race with the Devil, Joyride and Duel - to name a few. Looks can be deceiving though.

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Maria Bello (A History of Violence) plays Lorraine, an abuse survivor, currently going through counseling, trying to put the pieces back together in her life – minus her violent husband. The number one thing in her life like most parents is her son so she’s determined to make things work. One night Lorraine and her son are out at the local mini-mart grabbing pizza rolls - among other assorted items - when they are joined at gun-point by Roy the bank-robber (Played by Stephen Dorf, Blade, The Gate).

November 20, 2011

Strip Nude for Your Killer coming to Blu-ray from Blue Underground March 27, 2012

The stunning Edwige Fenech (THE CASE OF THE BLOODY IRIS, THE STRANGE VICE OF MRS. WARDH) stars in this infamous shocker that packs more grisly violence and sexual depravity into each frame than most any other film in the entire giallo genre. There’s succulent flesh aplenty as a mysterious killer dressed in black leather and wearing a motorcycle helmet begins butchering beautiful young fashion models with no mercy and one deranged request: STRIP NUDE FOR YOUR KILLER!

Nino Castelnuovo (THE UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG) and Femi Benussi (HATCHET FOR THE HONEYMOON) co-star in this sleazy ‘70s classic directed by Andrea Bianchi (BURIAL GROUND, MALABIMBA), now presented in a brand-new High Definition transfer from the original uncut and uncensored camera negative!

You can also buy Strip Nude for Your Killer on DVD!

"Nude Nuns With Big Guns" Blast Their Way On to DVD and Blu-ray This Valentine's Day!





Locked And Loaded on Blu-ray™ and DVD on February 14, 2012

Chatsworth, CA – The convent: a place of peace and quiet, a retreat for the cultivation of spirituality. Hardly the backdrop for criminality, abuse – and revenge! On February 14, 2012, Image Entertainment presents Nude Nuns with Big Guns – a story of good vs. evil; of a war fought in the most unlikely of places. An epic adventure in the grindhouse tradition, Nude Nuns with Big Guns will be available on DVD for an MSRP of $27.97 and on Blu-ray™ for an MSRP of $29.97. Pre-book is January 17, 2012.

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November 19, 2011

Eats & Drinks Review: Mountain Dew Game Fuel: Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3

With the excitement over the newest Call of Duty release, one of the attached promotional items seems to have been swept under the rug. I'm not a big gamer, and the only live television I usually watch is football, so I also tend to miss out on commercials. I don't know if this was ever advertised, but I ran across two new Mountain Dew flavors created for MW3 fans. These aren't the first in the Game Fuel series. Mountain Dew created two flavors dedicated to World of Warcraft awhile back, and those were pretty good. With the addition of new flavors so frequently, it can be hard to keep track of the Mountain Dew line.

November 16, 2011

Movie Review: Anarchy In (Ja)Panty (1999, Pink Eiga)

Reviewed by Travis G.

Don’t know what happened but for some reason this little film was released by PINK EIGA under the radar,or atleast mine. I was over at my friend Robin Bougie’s (of CINEMA SEWER fame) checking out the recent acquisitions on his DVD shelf of filth and saw some PINK EIGA titles that included ANARCHY IN J(JA)PANTY.

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On his way to being an award -winning director, Takahisa Zeze has brought us ANARCHY IN (JA)PANTY. A young woman named Mizuku discovers she is infertile and therefore unable to have kids. However one day her luck changes when she comes upon an unattended kid abandoned by his parents while they’re screwing, and decides to kidnap the kid an raise it as her own. Now all Mizuki needs in her life is a man. Low and behold Tatsutoshi enters her life and and her happy new family is complete..or is it?

Movie Review:The Dead And The Damned (Mattai Borrani Productions, 2010)

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November 15, 2011

The Very Best Of Ron Jeremy: "Tales Of The Hedgehog" Wiggles Its Way On To DVD November 21st!!

For more information and how to get your own copy before the holiday season head on over to the Video-X-Pix website.

Cinema Head Cheese: The Podcast! #22 - Clowning Around

Kevin Moyers, Jeff Dolniak and James DePaolo from get into a round of reviews that involve clowns.

Jeff and James talk about Troma's clown slasher Klown Kamp Massacre. They also talk about The Last Circus. Kevin brings up the possible remake of Killer Klowns from Outer Space.

The trio gets into a stack of odds and ends including The Sweet Life, South of Heaven, In a Glass Cage, Popatopolis, Tucker and Dale vs. Evil, Evil Bong 3 and Gnomeo and Juliet.

Kevin premieres Streaming Piles of Crap and shares two Netflix gems: Manswers and the 1978 Godzilla cartoon.

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Movie Review: Full Moon's Grindhouse Collection - Dreamaniac, Mutant Hunt & Famous T&A

Full Moon Features are releasing several films from the old Wizard Video label onto the masses through their website at ten bucks a pop under the title Full Moon's Grindhouse Collection. Three of those releases I've gotten a chance to take a peek at - Dreamaniac, Famous T&A and Mutant Hunt.

One of those films is David DeCoteau's 1986 schlock-rich nugget Dreamaniac. DeCoteau has made a name for himself as being one of the more consistent B movie filmmakers to get behind a camera over the past 30 years. Most frequently he's been working with none other than Charles Band. I know what your thinking, "what's Clint Howard doing on the cover of this movie?". That isn't Clint folks, it's the knife-wielding psycho-bitch who slices and dices the majority of the cast. Not shockingly for a DeCoteau film, Dreamaniac opens with a dream sequence that comes complete with a fog machine, bright gels and some very gratuitous shots of shaved male buttocks. Ass is here in abundance, both clothed and unclothed are on display with lecherous close-ups.

November 14, 2011

Every Dog Has Its Day in Breaking Glass Pictures’ Latest Documentary ‘Worst in Show’

You know the best now meet the worst. “Worst in Show”, a hilarious yet touching look at the world’s ugliest dog competition finds a Dec 6 DVD release date through Breaking Glass Pictures (SRP $19.99). “Worst in Show” brings out the dog lover in us all as we follow the stars of the film, and their owners, as they compete for the coveted title of “Worst in Show.”

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Every summer, proud dog owners bring their canine companions to Petaluma, California, to compete for a highly coveted title. No, this isn’t your standard “Best in Show” championship, this is the contest for the “World’s Ugliest Dog.” For more than 20 years, the grassroots contest has gained worldwide media attention and has given rise to a new class of competitors. 2008 was a particularly competitive year: vying for the top spot was Rascal (the veteran), Icky (the Rookie), and Pabst (the underdog).

November 13, 2011

Movie Review: Jessicka Rabid (2010, Mathew Reel)

Reviewed by Kenny Barnwell

Written and Directed by Mathew Reel

This is the story of Jessicka, (played by Elske McCain) a girl who suffers an excruciatingly abusive life at the hands of cousin's Brad (Jeff Sisson) and Marley (Trent Haaga). Jessicka is kept in a dog cage in the garage, treated just like any other dog owned by trailer trash along with the other family dog, but unlike the 4 legged one, Jessicka is used as a collared sex slave. She is taken out of her cage only when it's time to service her cousins or drugged up and whored out to groups of strangers. Good times indeed. At one point, Jessica is bitten by the other dog and, yes... you guessed it, catches rabies, escapes from her cage, somehow has the presence of mind to file her teeth down and then the vengeful fun begins.

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Movie Review: Klown Kamp Massacre (2010, Troma)

by James DePaolo

Plot - May 1991, Edwin went to Klown Kamp, his dream was to be a clown. One night during his comedy act, the unthinkable happened someone's cell phone went off, and his act bombed. So, Edwin went on a killing spree. Now 15 years later, Klown Kamp is back open on Bonzo Ranch. All these young unsuspecting people go to the klown boot kamp to try and little do they know Edwin's still alive and he wants them all to pay for what happened to him.

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November 12, 2011

“Mind of the Demon” Explores the Psyche of Motocross Legend Larry Linkogle

Breaking Glass Pictures has announced the November 15 DVD release of the exhilarating, octane-fueled Motocross documentary “Mind of the Demon.” “Mind of the Demon” is a tale of revolution and rebellion; part extreme stunts, part fast paced lifestyle. A mix of death defying stunts and rock star lifestyle, “Mind of the Demon” shows how high one can go, and how fast one can fall.

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In the 1990s, infamous dirt bike rider Larry Linkogle began a revolution. Fed up with the culture of motocross racing, he along with his friends set out to create a new sport. The high-stakes, often death-defying world of freestyle motocross was born and took fans of extreme sports by storm. Though Linkogle rose to legendary status with his record-breaking stunts and rock-and-roll lifestyle, his inner demons and self-destructive behavior eventually led to his demise.

November 11, 2011

Movie Review: Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong (2011)

I haven't seen the first two Evil Bong movies, but I am a fan of silly slasher films. I like the crazy creatures, such as the GingerDead Man or the Leprechaun. I wasn't sure how a bong would kill people, but I thought I'd give it a try. It had a decent start that was somewhat similar to Stephen King's segment of Creepshow. It really turned into a whole lot of nothing with puppets. Eh, it could have been worse.

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Movie Review: The Sweet Life (2011)

I'm not a huge fan of romantic comedies, and The Sweet Life promises to be the romantic comedy for people who hate them. I think that's because it will make you hate them even more. The problem I have with this being a romantic comedy is the comedy part. There was really nothing funny about this movie. I don't know if they thought that having Joan Jett in a small role would help, but it didn't. Even worse is her lackluster theme song.

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Movie Review: Alien from the Deep (2011, One 7 Movies)

One 7 Movies bring Antonio Margheriti's fun Alien rip-off to DVD for the first time!

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 Film: 2/5

As everyone knows, the 80's were the Italian's golden age of trash cinema. From splatter classics to Hollywood rip-offs, they knew how to make some damn entertaining films. Alien and it's action packed sequel Aliens are two flicks that seem to spawn hundreds of copycats. Alien from the Deep, if you didn't guess, is one of the spawn of those hundred copycats. Despite being slower than a Power Loader for the first 40 mins or so, AftD is exactly what you would expect from Margheriti....schlocky fun.

Cinematic Hell: The Creeping Terror (1964)

by Hal Astell

Director: A J Nelson

Stars: Vic Savage and Shannon O'Neil

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Of all the many atrocities low budget cinema has thrust upon us thus far, the closest anyone has ever really got to Manos: The Hands of Fate is this one, whose title describes the film far better than its monster. Like Manos, this is mostly the product of one man who promptly left the movie business, though he had previously made Street-Fighter in 1959. The difference is that this time out there's a back story that's not just interesting, it's far more interesting than the actual movie itself. That one man is Arthur N White, a small scale conman from Connecticut who came up with a new name and a new gimmick every time the wind changed, making this film under two pseudonyms. As A J Nelson, he produced it, edited it and directed it. As Vic Savage, he played the lead role of Martin Gordon. His real role was as conman though, because the movie itself was the gimmick and during a break in filming he simply packed up and left town with the money.

November 10, 2011

Movie Review: The Director's Cut (2009)

by Hal Astell

Director: Paul Komadina

Stars: Jonathan Wood, Mollie King, David Maguire, Renato Fabretti and Melanie Munt

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I love Aussie movies, probably because there's such an honesty to the actors and filmmakers that's hard to find anywhere else. There's plenty of that here, as an ensemble of characters are thrust together to make a movie. That isn't this movie, by the way, because this is a movie about a movie, which is being made by an arrogant director called Mike and a female producer called Bobby in the Australian outback. In what really boils down to being a slasher movie, this provides a much more interesting set of victims than your standard bunch of American teens at a holiday camp. There are a host of people involved, starting with Mike, who calls his movie 'an enigmatic mystery à la Picnic at Hanging Rock.' With guns. He decides he wants guns, even though his film is set in 1942, so you can imagine how on the ball he is. 'You're the cow and I'm the shepherd,' he tells an actress called Matilda during her audition, because he isn't too good at analogies.

November 8, 2011

Want the Ultra Exclusive "Intruder" Workprint from Synapse Films?

ROMULUS, MI - November 8, 2011 - Synapse Films announces an ultraexclusive Special Edition INTRUDER Workprint "NIGHT CREW" DVD-R disc to the first 500 fans who purchase the INTRUDER Blu-ray/DVD Combo directly from This Special Edition disc is an individually burned DVD-R (not manufactured at a pressing plant) of the original workprint of INTRUDER (aka NIGHT CREW), containing additional scenes, different editing, and extended gore sequences that only appear in this singular edition.  Presented in its original workprint state---non-anamorphic and with no final music or sound effects mix---and taken from the director’s sole personal VHS copy, you can even hear director Scott Spiegel giving off-camera direction to the actors in some scenes.

“We want to give fans of the film something unique to relive the days when the only way to see the original uncut version of INTRUDER was through grey-market videocassettes, so each disc will be individually burned for the customer, with a handwritten label and individually numbered from one to five hundred,” says Don May, Jr., President of Synapse Films.  “Anyone who has already pre-ordered Synapse's INTRUDER Blu-ray/DVD Combo will have the DVD-R shipped to them along with their order.  Once the 500 DVD-R discs are gone... they are gone.”

If you're a fan of this film, you owe it to yourself to head over to and secure your own copy of INTRUDER along with this extremely limited ultraexclusive special edition DVD-R.

NOTE: Synapse's special limited-edition workprint DVD-R of INTRUDER is a stand-alone promo-only release and will not be included with screener copies. It will only be available to those who purchase the film directly from the Synapse Films website. Thank you for your support!

"Point Blank" Comes To Blu-ray and DVD December 6th From Magnolia Pictures!

Get Ready For A Non-Stop Adrenaline Rush As The Action-Packed Film POINT BLANK Thrills On Blu-Ray And DVD December 6 From Magnolia Home Entertainment

“It leaves you with an endorphin high. An exhilarating adrenaline rush.” New York Times
“Make a note to see it. Propulsively entertaining.”Boston HeraldFrom producers Cyril Colbeau-Justin and Jean-Baptiste Dupont (36) and writer/director by Fred Cavayé (The Next Three Days, Anything For Her), POINT BLANK is a “skillfully directed French thriller that plays like an Alfred Hitchcock wet dream” (Paper).

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Gilles Lellouche (Tell No One) stars as Samuel, a nurse who is working at a hospital when his pregnant wife (Elena Anaya, The Skin I Live In) is kidnapped before his very eyes.  Knocked unconscious, when he comes to, he discovers that a dangerous criminal named Sartet (Roschdy Zem, The Girl From Monaco, Days Of Glory) is responsible, and if he's ever to see his wife again, he must do Sartet’s bidding.  Samuel quickly finds himself pitted against rival gangsters and trigger-happy police in a deadly race to save the lives of his wife and unborn child.

Courses in film production from online universities may be of interest for those who want to learn about making movies.

Cinema Head Cheese: The Podcast! #21 - One Man Review Machine

This week, Kevin Moyers flies solo, and he decides to steer clear of movies. That's mostly because he didn't watch any. Instead, he tackles many other categories that are often neglected at The Cheese.

In TV, Kevin talks about the latest season of The Walking Dead, and he gets into the gluttonous Man vs. Food.

He talks about a book given to him by David Hayes called Santa Steps Out. He will never look at the holidays the same again.

He gets into some of his new favorite podcasts including Mohr Stories with Jay Mohr, The Todd Glass Show and the Christopher Titus Podcast. That leads him into a stack of comedy recommendations that include the previous comics as well as Patrice O'Neal, Greg Giraldo, George Carlin and others.

Kevin wraps up with music, and talks about the album Goblin from Tyler, The Creator.

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Movie Review: Damnation Alley (1977)

By James DePaolo

Directed by:Jack Smight
Starring-Jan Michael Vincent, George Peppard, Jackie Earle Haley, Paul Winfield and Dominique Sanda

Plot-This film starts off in a military base, where we find out our missiles only stopped 40 percent of the missiles that the enemies hit us with during World War 3. Our lone survivors take to the " Damnation Alley" on their way to Albany, where they think there are survivors. As they travel across this wasteland in their land masters, they encounter weather conditions and mutated scorpions and armored cockroaches, and others that may or may not share their way of thinking..

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November 7, 2011

Movie Review: 13 (2011, Blu-ray)

Not to be confused with the Catherine Hardwicke coming-of-age drama by the same name, 13 is actually a remake of the critically acclaimed Gela Babluani thriller 13 Tzameti. Babluani takes on the duty as director of the remake for a film he did just fine the first time. Can Babluani capture a wider audience with a cast that now includes Jason Statham, Ray Winstone, Ben Gazzarra and Mickey Rourke?

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Sam Riley (Control) plays young down-on-his-luck electrician who happens to find a piece of important mail in the house of one of his customers. The letter contains instructions and a cell phone that gives him the opportunity to jump into the shoes of a dead man who was just as unlucky and desperate as him. He's also no longer a man with a name - he's just number 13. Soon Sam is deep into the world of a dangerous high-stakes Russian roulette game.  Here he joins Ronald Lynn (Ray Winstone) and Jefferson (Mickey Rourke) as the trio do anything they can to avoid getting their brains splattered by fellow players.

Movie Review: Elvira's Movie Macabre: Lady Frankenstein/Jesse James vs. Frankenstein and Scared to Death/Tormented

Horror hosts we're a big part of my earlier genre film experiences. Rich Koz's Son of Svengoolie show during my years growing up in Chicago was my first big exposure to schlock and even the occasional horror classic like Creature From the Black Lagoon. Outside of Svengoolie, there was Elvira (Cassandra Peterson) and her double D delights. I had no problem oggling Elvira during her cheezy bits during on her show Elvira's Movie Macabre. Apparently I wasn't the only one because Elvira became a hit and a pop-culture icon.

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November 4, 2011

Movie Review: The Defiled (2011)

We start by following what appears to be a zombie looking over an empty metropolis. After a few short moments, he's accosted by another zombie. The two go back to a makeshift camp. It seems that these zombies are able to function as some sort of a tribe or society. They take care of each other, feed each other and even have sex. In fact, the story really begins after our lead zombie's child is born and the mother is dead.

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November 3, 2011

Something "Sick" This Way Comes.

TORONTO, Canada (31 October, 2011) - The feature film Sick, directed by Ryan
M. Andrews (BLACK EVE) and produced by Bruno Marino (ANYTHING GOES)
goes to camera in the greater Toronto area Thursday, November 3rd.
Besides the lead, newcomer Christina Aceto (LET IT OUT), the latest talent lineup
for Sick includes Richard Sutton (TENSIONS, LINGERIE), Robert Nolan (RED:
WEREWOLF HUNTER), Maxim-model Veronika London (SEARCHING FOR
ANGELS) and horror scream queen Debbie Rochon (NIGHT OF THE LIVING

November 1, 2011

Cinema Head Cheese: The Podcast! #20 - Halloween Horror Extravaganza

Kevin and Jeff welcome James DePaolo from back to the show  for a Halloween themed episode.

Kevin and James talk about Kevin Smith's Red State, and they agree that this could be one of Smith's best films. James also reviews the indie horror film Predatory Instinct.

In a tribute to Halloween, the trio decides to break down their favorite horror movies by genre: zombie, vampire, werewolf, slasher, monster, sequel, franchise, remake, scariest, classic and all-time favorites.

They discuss Jaws, The Exorcist, Friday the 13th, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, Zombie, The Crazies, Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, 28 Days Later, Zombieland, The Horde, Ginger Snaps, Dog Soldiers, Alien, Blade, From Dusk Till Dawn, The Howling, American Werewolf in London, Near Dark, The Mist, Gojira, Critters, Gremlins, The Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, The Thing, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Lost Boys, Audition, Inside, Bride of Frankenstein, The Devil's Rejects, Final Destination, Dead Alive, Nosferatu, Piranha, Night Stalker and more!

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