I'm watching Miami Connection for the first time tonight, and I'm fucking excited.
In-between Karate Kids, Hollywood sought fit to grant Martin Kove a leading role in an action film. Does Kove have the charisma to pull off a starring role? Spoiler alert: no.
It's Alive III: Island of the Alive is my favourite from Larry Cohen's mutant baby franchise. Why? Because it doesn't take itself seriously as witnessed in this insane opening scene.
I thought there was no such thing as an 80s teen sex comedy I couldn't enjoy. Even at [what I thought was] their worst, their energy, gratuity and downright stupidity kept me entertained. This was yesterday. Before I watched Party Camp. Fuck.
In our final Wes Craven post for the week, I give you the glorious French poster for A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors.
Junkies, dodgy video effects, and a guy in a frog suit making out with a woman. Hello, Brainblast.
IRON ANGELS AKA Angel AKA Fighting Madam AKA Midnight Angels(1987) 1987, dir: Teresa Woo, Raymond Leung Iron Angels is one of the more popular of the Girls ‘n Guns movies from Hong Kong and rightfully so. It features some jaw-dropping scenes of squibs and pyrotechnics action as well as some great displays of martial arts....