Goon bags. Baked beans. Eggs. Swearing. It's perfect. And though it's absurd, it's somehow incredibly accurate and reminds me of the Christmases of my childhood. Yikes.
Kyouryu Sentai Zyuranger is varied in its villains and monsters. They can be terrifying as fuck. They can be destructive forces of nature. Or they can be children-napping, accordion playing dorks.
I can't believe this is my second clip of the week from Stuart Gordon's Space Truckers. I guess it must be a seminal sci-fi masterpiece after all...
Mike Mendez' Killers is weird. I know that's a common theme around these parts, but, real talk, it's weird.
Even if you don't dig Doctor Vampire's jarring mix of genres, it's hard not to appreciate its more insane moments, like a reanimated corpse running around with a boner and, in the case of this week's clip, a vampire getting her boobs skewered.
Dream a Little Dream 2 is an endurance test to say the least. Watching the Two Coreys flounder and flop about the set is torture, but no scene is more distressing than this...
Yes, Pretty Woman is a big piece of crap, but it's also, in many ways, a perfect CAT III outing. This is not CAT III's finest, but it could well be the most CAT III CAT III movie ever made.
This scene from Trancers II has it all: Tim Thomerson, gunfire, squibs, slow motion stupidity, disintegrating zombie idiots, a cutaway to terrified old ladies, and an awkward one-liner.
Initiation features some unbelievable effects work from Screaming Mad George. The best example of the Japanese effects master's work in this film can be seen in an absolutely repulsive ritual sequence that concludes with a very Cronenberg-esque chunder.