Adventures in babysitting and baby-snatching from the 1975 Australian telemovie Mama's Gone A-Hunting.
Goddamn. I love Guiron. He should have got his own spin-off movie. Although it would probably just be torture porn of him chopping up Space Gyaos.
It's a pretty rare event that Mondo Exploito will review something new. It's just not what we do. But sometimes something comes along that fits the mould.
I won't be posting on Mondo Exploito for a little while after tonight, so I wanted to go out on a bang. According to my eyes, the below represents the sort of bang I wanted.
Dark Age is full of brutal surprises. This week's clip is a great example.
Orochi Strikes Again has an almost Ed-Woodian hilarity that is enough to melt even the coldest of hearts. LONG LIVE OROCHI!!!
The Shadow of the Cat is a breezy seventy minutes. It's nothing more than a slice of entertaining nonsense, but that's what I exactly wanted from it.
I stumbled upon this batshit crazy for the UK film I Don't Want to Be Born and instantly fell in love with it. The hand-headed scissor wielding baby is perhaps the single most astonishing graphic element I have ever seen.
This scene features Cynthia Rothrock, US martial artist megastar, but the highlight is a fellow American, Jeffrey Falcon, who, for some odd reason, occasionally imitates a cat while fighting.
This movie is definitely worth a watch for any fan of Japanese effects-riddled-apocalyptic-occulty-sweeping epics.
Eyecatch Junction is an accessible, non-offensive (well, mildly offensive) bit of fluff. It's also a valuable insight into one of Japan's most interesting filmmakers.
Rarely will I share I poster for a film I've not seen, but I couldn't help myself with this pornotastic parody of The Terminator. I love the way this poster takes the menace out of its source material and replaces it with sleaze, stupidity, and a lopsided Arnie-face.