I know the effort it takes to make a film and it blows my mind that someone could be fan enough to dedicate that much time to something that is essentially not their own. With that in mind, this is a post for those true heroes of horror: the fan-filmmakers.
To rattle on about this movie in depth is to do it an injustice – there is no brain behind this thing and there is nothing to consider other than what it is – a ridiculous actioner. And it's all the better for it.
I was thinking about Tim Kincaid, gay porn auteur and the genius behind Robot Holocaust, today, and that got me dribbling over the many lovely painted posters for his films. Here's one I particularly dig, the poster for his 1986 effort Breeders.
I probably don't need to tell you that the Lone Wolf and Cub film series is amazing. With beautiful swordplay, arterial sprays and Tomisaburô Wakayama's miserable face, each film is outrageously entertaining.
Biotherapy made me wish that more splattery horror films were 35 minutes. Gone are long-winded scenes of padding used to reach the usual 90 minute mark. The film is left with its bare essentials: death and shouting.
Why would you waste 10 minutes of your life reading a post about Wet and Wild Summer!? Most importantly, why would you waste 95 minutes of your life watching it, like I did? There is one special reason: Christopher Atkins. Or to be exact: Christopher Atkins’ magical face.
A common complaint about Polish and Czech posters is: "What the hell has this got to do with the movie?" To which I must reply: "Who cares?! The design is amazing. And there's multicoloured stuff coming out of Godzilla's mouth. And there's also a bug."
Bruce Spence and David Argue stink it up in Midnite Spares.
Drive-In Massacre is absolute rubbish and should be unwatchable (and probably is to most proper people), but it's somehow entertaining. Incredibly entertaining.
Ed Wood has always existed on the bottom rung of cinematic artistry so it would stand to reason that he would descend into the grimy sordid world of skin flicks, blueys, fuzzy films... pornography.
It's been a while since I've posted a poster from Ghana. It's also been a while since I've posted about Steven Seagal. Let's kill two birds with one hilarious Ghanaian poster.