Monday, 11 January 2021

Day of the Warrior (Andy Sidaris, 1996) Review

Find more exploitation reviews here.

“Bring him in from the cold? That's real spy talk – I love it when you do that.” Having sat out the previous two entries in the 'L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies' franchise (handing the reigns over to his son), writer/director Andy Sidaris returns to wreak merry havoc across America as the buff dudes and buxom gals of 'The Agency' take on a mastermind smuggler, who just so happens to be a full-blown championship wrestler...

Click “READ MORE” below to continue the review and see more screenshots…

Wednesday, 16 December 2020

Hot Dog … The Movie! (Peter Markle, 1984) Review

Find more exploitation reviews here.

“Rotate outta here, Jack!” Coming atcha from the hedonistic era of 1980s sex comedies, Hot Dog … The Movie! is, simply put, a mix of gratuitous nudity and even more gratuitous skiing. On the crisp white slopes there will be saucy goings-on and searing competition between the boozing Americans and their devious European counterparts – but who will be victorious?...

Click “READ MORE” below to continue the review and see more screenshots…

Monday, 30 November 2020

Flavours of the Month: October & November 2020...

Struggles continue to be endured, but we're still standing and putting one foot in front of the other. Anyway, spooky doings, a Russian snail, and an exceedingly colourful 1947 are just some of what's been setting the tone of my October & November 2020...

Click "READ MORE" below to see this month's looks, sounds, vibes & flavours...

Tuesday, 10 November 2020

The Dallas Connection (Christian Drew Sidaris, 1994) Review

Find more exploitation reviews here.

“I guess you could say I blasted myself out of the rough.” After what was essentially a reboot to the 'L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies' franchise with 1993's Enemy Gold, Christian 'Son of Andy' Sidaris returned with this 'soft sequel' in which the hunky/gorgeous agents of 'The Agency' are tasked with protecting the launch of a cutting edge anti-arms satellite. If only they weren't so easily seduced...


Click “READ MORE” below to continue the review and see more screenshots…

Thursday, 15 October 2020

Season of the Witch (George A. Romero, 1972) Blu-Ray Review...

Find more movie reviews here.

“I thought you were intrigued by it when you were so afraid. Being afraid is necessary to believing.” While it came as a commercial disappointment, the second in as many years for George A. Romero (following on from 1971's There's Always Vanilla), his 1972 film Season of the Witch proves to be an intriguing companion piece to its predecessor. Amidst the fervour of social change that was sweeping America at the time (particularly the campaign for the Equal Rights Amendment), Season of the Witch peeks behind the white picket fences of suburbia to witness one housewife's attempt to escape her mid-life malaise – through Witchcraft...

Click “READ MORE” below to continue the review and see more screenshots…