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.
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...
While the humour inherent in this poster is clearly intended given the spoof nature of the film itself, I really have to give the designer credit for executing the concept in an aesthetically pleasing way.
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.
Lee made so many movies. Needless to say, not everything Lee featured in is great, but he was always great in them. Hidden within the mountains of his cinematic oddities, there's several gems. This is just one of them...
Who Killed Captain Alex is a blast throughout its short length. And personally, I found it kind of inspiring. These men from the slums of Uganda use every resource they can to make movies and entertain people, no matter how silly they turn out.
I'm surprised that this is my first Clip of the Week post to feature ridiculous Hong Kong sex comedy Screwball '94. Below is a scene that I think sums of the level of intelligence the film is playing with — a brain-dead scene of sex education and bread rolls.
Unmasked Part 25 needs to be dredged out of its pit of obscurity and worshipped as a cult classic. I say this a lot, but I really mean it this time: this is a legitimate must see, so see it!
So why I am featuring a clip from a mediocre film starring Bruce Willis on Mondo Exploito? Well, on the receiving end of Bruce's beating is none other than Australia's second best man, Vernon Wells!
Thomas Jane and John Cusack drive each other hard in Brian Trenchard-Smith’s latest action-comedy Drive Hard.
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.