Wednesday, 14 September 2022

Ghoulies III (John Carl Buechler, 1990) Review

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Smells like something screwy is going on.” Those pesky l'il demons are at it again, seeking to further their education by cranking the potty-minded hijinks up to eleven with death-by-plunger, and an ornate porcelain throne acting as a flushing portal to Hell...


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Sunday, 14 August 2022

Beach Babes From Beyond (David DeCoteau 1993) Review

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They're kinda cute for primitives.” It's all be done before, hasn't it? Cops and robbers, the profession of love at an airport, the rise and fall of a criminal empire … but when was the last time you saw interstellar petrol knocked-up at a beach-side snack shack by a vegetarian wearing fashion that could best be described as coming from the 'day-glo vomitorium' collection?...



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Saturday, 30 July 2022

Flavours of the Month: June/July 2022...

Chaotic car-nage, the perils of prequelitis, and a murder-filled motel is just some of what's been setting the tone of my June/July 2022...


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Saturday, 9 July 2022

Ghoulies II (Albert Brand, 1987) Review

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Look out! The behemoth returns!” After the somewhat limited Ghoulies (1985), the ghastly little demonic hell spawn return, this time to wreak havoc at a full-blown carnival. Surely these devious teensy troublemakers will find something to do with all these guillotines, switchblades, and unoccupied toilet bowls lying around...



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Saturday, 11 June 2022

Bad Girls From Mars (Fred Olen Ray, 1990) Review

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Boy, what a girl goes through to send her brother to proctology school!” There's a killer on the loose, slaying their way through the set of a low budget trash cinema extravaganza, and while it's a tough job trying to keep your head attached to your body, it's seemingly a tougher job keeping your clothes on...



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Tuesday, 31 May 2022

Flavours of the Month: April/May 2022...

Random arse-kicking in the valley, goofballs putting their nuts on the line, and last year's big splash are just some of what's been setting the tone of my April/May 2022...

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Wednesday, 11 May 2022

Ghoulies (Luca Bercovici, 1985) Review

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I got an idea – let's do a ritual.” A Lucifer-worshipping cult, laser eye battles, slimy little green monsters that look like mangled turds with teeth popping out of toilets, and gratuitous indoor use of sunglasses? It can only be Ghoulies...



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Monday, 11 April 2022

King Frat (Ken Wiederhorn, 1979) Review

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Ladies and gentlemen, let the best asshole win!” Imagine, if you will, what a film made by a 10 year old boy might look like. Most likely it'd all be about about farts, wouldn't it? Step forward King Frat, a rushed-out Animal House knock-off, the highlight of which is an actual fart contest...



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Wednesday, 30 March 2022

Flavours of the Month: February - March 2022...

A new era for a beloved franchise, televisual hits and misses, and a smoke-spewing screaming tear through the wasteland are just some of what's been setting the tone of my February and March 2022...

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Thursday, 10 March 2022

Texas Chainsaw Massacre (David Blue Garcia, 2022)

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This is a chance for people to start fresh somewhere without the violence and the madness. Somewhere safe.” The Texas Chainsaw Massacre is one of the most iconic horror movie franchises, with Leatherface similarly standing as one of the most legendary mountains of murderous mayhem, and yet, out of all the major slasher series, it's also the one to have suffered the most inconsistency and misfortune. If your tolerance for bullshit is at an all-time rock bottom, then a film featuring the immortal line of direlogue “Do anything and you'll get cancelled, bro” might not be the wisest of viewing choices. However, gluttons for punishment are numerous amongst the horror fan community, so fire up that rusty old buzz-saw and let's head on down to Bulgaria, er, I mean Texas...!



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Friday, 4 March 2022

"Tigress of Celebrityville" - new revised edition out now...

The new revised and extended edition of "Tigress of Celebrityville", my darkly humorous satirical thriller set in the absurd world of celebrity, is now available to purchase via Amazon in either eBook or Paperback formats.

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Sunday, 13 February 2022

Free Hand For A Tough Cop (Umberto Lenzi 1976) Review

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Who would've believed it, me playing a hero? I would have been a lot happier if you'd left me in jail.” Umberto Lenzi was a skilled journeyman director, but he was perhaps at his happiest when toiling in the criminal underbelly during Italy's tumultuous 'Years of Lead' in the 1970s, with films such as The Tough Ones and The Cynic The Rat and The Fist. Brandishing a keen eye for sudden flashes of violence as well as a darkly dry sense of humour, Lenzi's Free Hand For A Tough Cop acts as a proto-buddy-cop flick, featuring a mismatched pair on opposing sides of the law as they attempt to track down a remorseless criminal in order to save the life of an innocent child...


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Sunday, 30 January 2022

Flavours of the Month: December 2021 - January 2022...

A killer come back, uneven ground, and a grand finale are just some of what's been setting the tone of my December 2021 & January 2022...

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Monday, 10 January 2022

Stage Fright (Michele Soavi, 1987) Blu-Ray Review

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What a disaster, and just a week from opening night.” By 1987 the slasher movie was in rapid decline, having dominated the popular cinema of the 1980s with masked murderers slaying their way through camp grounds and holidays alike with gore-drenched abandon. However, if there's still some juice left in the squeeze, you could be sure the Italians will find it, and in this case Michele Soavi (Dellamorte Dellamore) made a name for himself by injecting a fairly standard slasher flick with an invigorating sense of energy and a love for the horror genre...

 


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