This is about a kung fu space cat fighting an interstellar blob and it was directed by the dude who did Riki-Oh; how do you THINK this is gonna go down?
Mike Mendez' Killers is weird. I know that's a common theme around these parts, but, real talk, it's weird.
I say definitely give The Zero Boys a shot. It's a neat take on slashers, survival horror, and action that, judging by the fact that I hadn't heard of it in the twenty-five years I've walked this Earth, gets overlooked way too often.
I watched a robot shoot a hologram to death. That's what I did today.
There aren't really any cannibals in Cannibal Holocaust II. It's been a few days since I've seen it so it's starting to feel like a fever dream, but I distinctly remember no on screen cannibalism.
So, give Steve a chance? I say go for it, if you can get a hold of the movie and want something hokey, irreverent, and proud then you won't be disappointed.
If you're turned off by gore, you're given about three seconds to leave before shit hits the fan. If that's your thing, you've got about 80 minutes of spraying blood and crushed skulls ahead of you.
Syngenor centers around water soluble Giger-esque super soldiers being let loose in an office building basement, but the actual point of interest is David Gale playing a weirdo CEO who constantly injects Re-Animator goo into his neck and spends the movie becoming even more insane.
Whether you're a fan of Full Moon or kaiju, Zarkorr is a great movie. It's not too often you see non-Japanese monster movies going down the practical effects route so it's nice to see what lower budget suit makers can achieve when they really set their minds to it.
Despiser is a 2003 sci-fi-fantasy-horror-action-romance clusterfuck from a director who's apparently important enough to warrant a "from the director of..." during the movie's trailer.