Happy Halloween! I'm a big fan of fan films. It's a chance to see famous characters doing ridiculous things, like, in the case of The Resurrection of Michael Myers Part 2, Michael Myers flushing someone down a toilet.
You might watch Plan 10 and utterly hate it. It could be interpreted as total nonsense. But if you can see the mad genius creeping out behind the hairy-chested exhibitionists and bee-hive-faced aliens, you'll have a joyously good time at the movies.
The plot isn’t what matters in Cyber Ninja. You aren’t strapping in for a tale of woe and familial bonding, you wanna see a robot ninja kick in the collective shit of dozens of faceless bad guys and a gigantic, building sized cannon blowing up a fortress.
Whoa. I somehow completely forgot to put up a poster of the week last Sunday. As an apology, please enjoy this amazing poster for a Santo flick.
I'm not sure if anyone else is going to find this subtitling faux pas from Love to Kill as hysterical as I do. Yeah.
Though he's certainly no Mechagodzilla, I quite like Mogera. He poses little threat with his shrewish face and lumbering movements, but his design is impressive and refreshingly bizarre in both his iterations.
Steven Seagal has a famously ridiculous run. His flailing arms and wobbly hands are a wonder to watch. But there's other things Seagal can't do... like laughing properly.
The Sharkfighters is definitely worth a whirl for those who can handle a slightly more subdued sharkfest.
I love the pixelated dildo. It's so Japanese that it must be tongue-in-cheek rather than a censorship issue.
If you're not planning on watching this particular Zatoichi movie in full, I highly recommend checking out its amazing finale. The stunt work and flat-out vicious brutality of it is mind-boggling.
Brigitte Lahaie is a tough as nails cop who has to take down a gang of snuff and bestiality producing pornographers after they kidnap a girl. Cue gun fights and lots of running. So obviously with all that in mind, this is fucking amazing, right? Uh... well...