Content: The Lo-Fi Man (2023)

One of the films I’ve watched which I have never reviewed on this site is Shin’ya Tsukamoto’s Tetsuo: The Iron Man. Nor am I likely to, any time soon. You see, it is a film which is so inherently strange and inexplicable that any attempt to explain it is going to be difficult, if not […]

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Moonchild (1994)

Right. So this werewolf escapes from… Okay, okay, he isn’t a werewolf. This guy who turns into a wolf escapes from a prison somewhere in the future, so he can rescue his son from the clutches of the people who killed his wife, took away his son, and carried out all sorts of experiments on […]

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Nainteîn [19] (1987)

(aka, XIX) I should know by now that you just can’t rely on the advertising. Consider the movie 19: if you read the plot summaries of the film that are out there (and yes, the plot descriptions you find on a movie site are almost always written by the studio, particularly when every review uses […]

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Flashburn (2017)

A man wakes up in a wrecked car inside a warehouse.  He remembers being shot at by black clad soldiers, but has no idea who he is or how he got here. A mysterious female voice calling itself Lazarus tells him he is a brilliant biologist who developed a cure for the plague currently ravaging […]

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Shepherd (1998)

(aka, Cybercity) High up on my list of pet (movie) peeves, you will find the story which revolves around an all-important plot point — one which defines everything a character does — and yet is never actually explained. But we’ll get back to that in a bit. The other notable aspect of Shepherd is that […]

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Death Run (1987)

Back in the Eighties, the world kept ending. However, it didn’t always have a big budget. It’s not hard to see that Mad Max and The Road Warrior inspired a lot of these films.  However, most of these post-Apocalyptic epics seemed to come out of Italy, with a few assorted examples from the U.S. and […]

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