You’re a Sad Little Creature, Aren’t you?
Anyone who knows me knows I am a sucker for Japanese and Asian Cinema and Unearthed had been teasing a trinity of three that I needed to see. Yesterday, I finally got my hands on Unearthed Film’s blu-ray release of Yukihiko Tsutsumi’s 2003 film 2LDK and might I say, for as short as the film is, it is one hell of a wild ride.
2LDK stars Eiko Koike and Maho Nonami as two roommates who are competing over the same [...]
I’m Glad We Knocked on Your Door
Death Game Review
While most people were staying up till midnight on New Years Eve to watch the ball drop, I had stayed up to pre-order the newest offering from Grindhouse Releasing. With such titles as The Beyond, Cannibal Holocaust, and Gone with the Pope in their collection of films, what was the next gift they would bestow on us? That would be Peter S. Traynor’s 1977 psychological thriller Death Game starring Colleen Camp, Sondra Locke, and Seymour Castle.
Taking place [...]
They Could Be Drunk
Hell of the Living Dead Review
I think you guys would realize this by now…but I have a LOT of free times on my hand and I mean a LOT of it. So once again, it is time for gaming and VRV and I must choose a film from my watch list. Well, did I find a gem of a film today. Let me take you back to 1980 with this time machine, so that we can take a close look at the film Virus – [...]
We’ve Gone Past Possible
The Autopsy of Jane Doe Review
Now this is one I have wanted to see for a while and I can thank Hulu and Showtime for this. I remember how bad I wanted to see The Autopsy of Jane Doe when they announced this film and just like my film review will, the promotional campaign for this film kept everything and anything about it under lock and key. I think that helped a lot with keeping the viewer guessing on what is going on. But before [...]
F*ck Yeah, We’re Cool!
Better Watch Out Guest Review
So by turning on VRV, I decided to watch one of the movies on my viewing list while I gamed. The choice of the day — 2016’s Better Watch Out. The film claims to be a play on the old home invasion films, but it has one huge twist during half of the film that I can not say without giving it away. So it is a bit of a true challenge to review this film without giving away [...]