I have no idea what this film is. Is it science fiction? A fantasy? A Lovecraftian horror film? A mystery? A supernatural thriller? A waking dream? I can’t tell you. it could be any or all of them. But whatever it is, you have to watch this one. Now. Right away. This one is a […]Read more "The Endless (2017)"
This is a very, very silly film. I like it. If you asked me what was the best part of all the films Charles Band produced under his Empire Films and Full Moon Features labels, I would be hard pressed to answer. At least at first. But, once I had a chance to think about […]Read more "Bad Channels (1992)"
This one is far too strange for most of you. So be warned. Those of you who read Creepy, Eerie or Heavy Metal have undoubtedly encountered Richard Corben’s comics; if not there then perhaps you’ve caught the stories he’s been doing lately with Mike Mignola (including that Hellboy book with the Frankenstein monster). Corben is a master of atmosphere, […]Read more "The Dark Planet (1989)"
The name’s Slangman. One word. As in Slang-Man, as in the Man of Slang! As in THE Slangman! It is hard to know where to start with this one. It started out as a Super 8 film, which calls to mind those films the Eighties generation of filmmakers made at home with their cameras (see, for example, […]Read more "Bleak Future (1997)"
This one is beyond me. Perhaps it all gets summed up in the first few moments of the film. On an alien world we see some sort of moon base with a huge laser cannon or possibly an antenna. The model is obviously meant to look like a model, the sort of lightly detailed model […]Read more "TerrorVision (1986)"
For those of you who came in late, Christopher R. Mihm is one of the most prolific “garage band” filmmakers out there. He and his crew of volunteer helpers have been making unique ultra-low budget SF and horror movies for over an decade now. Made mostly of duct tape and cardboard, they are some of the best […]Read more "Danny Johnson Saves the World (2015)"
This is a strange one. To put it mildly. What we have here is a heavy metal sci fi musical Ozploitation film. Not that that really suggests just how strange this film is. We’re talking a decaying near future, a repressive government out to get our hero, a robot, time travel, a sword and sorcery […]Read more "Sons of Steel (1988)"