Daimajin is nothing like any other giant monster featured in the Menagerie thus far. Just looking at his physical appearance, it's clear this guy won't be showing up in an episode of Ultraman.
Random boobies in the first 15 minutes? Check. Food fight? Check. A last chance to save the school in a random sports stand-off? Check. Unnecessary car chase? Check. A third act turnaround where the underdogs go from zero to heroes? Of course!
These posters are pretty wild to put it mildly. Reoccurring themes start to become apparent. Snakes coming out of vaginas and babies being murdered are prevalent.
This Ghanaian poster for Planet Terror is all kinds of amazing. From the delirious screaming expression to the impossible stance, the artwork hurts when you look at it for too long. Those of us that have seen the movie must also ask, "who is that?"
Dead End Drive-In is one of Brian Trenchard-Smith's best films. There are a heap of highlights. Some of those highlights feature Wilbur Wilde (from Hey Hey It's Saturday). Every time Wilde makes an appearance he does something completely ridiculous. Including this clip.
Bach ke Zara looks like it could have come out only a couple of years after Sam Raimi's original film. The only giveaway to its production year is the costuming and a horrific, and amazingly out of place, dance number featuring a mud smeared sexy lady and muscle men.
If you have read my Dead End Drive-In articles you may have noticed my fascination for Australian action films. From Brian Trenchard-Smith’s forays in the genre, to Mark “Jacko” Jackson’s baffling buddy-cop outing. I can’t get enough. Sensitive New Age Killer fits perfectly as a successor to these films.