• Dead Heat

    Dead Heat

    ★★★½

    Fun buddy cop horror hybrid with Vincent Price in one of his final films.

  • Salem's Lot

    Salem's Lot

    ★★★★

    Excellent made-for television adaption of the equally good Stephen King novel. So much better than you could ever expect for a made-for-TV movie from the 1970s. Tobe Hooper's skill is in full force here.

  • Canadian Bacon

    Canadian Bacon

    ★★★½

    John Candy's second last film is an enjoyable enough black comedy about America deciding it needs a new enemy and picking Canada.

  • The Dark

    The Dark

    ★★★½

    A dark little tale about the emotional impact of abuse channeled through a story about vicious monsters.

  • Black Samson

    Black Samson

    ★★★

    Fairly generic Blaxploitation film featuring a badass nightclub owner who happens to have a lion.

  • Caddyshack

    Caddyshack

    ★★★½

    I watch this solely for Rodney. He's the fucking shit.

  • Shadow

    Shadow

    ★★★★

    Holy Fuck this film is beautiful.

  • Old School

    Old School

    ★★★★

    This is the film that made me like Will Ferrell. I saw it at least five times in theatres when it came out and loved it more each time.
    This is a perfect shit-storm of absolute hilarity. It somehow manages to channel every great college film from Animal House to School of Hard Knockers into an absolute laugh-fest. Everyone is perfect from Juliette Lewis to Vince Vaughn and everyone in between, they all seem to channel the greats in creating this film.

    Who the fuck knew, right?

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  • Beast in Space

    Beast in Space

    ★★★

    The final film in my Shameless Sexploitation boxset features an Italian space opera complete with a Captain Kirk like character who fights and fucks his way through space while searching for some rare metal called Antalium needed to build neutron bombs, and some side plot about an alien woman who dreams of a Satanesque beast wanting to ravage her body.

    This bizarre collection from Shameless was worth EVERY PENNY even if I still have very little clue what went on in the three films included.

  • The War of the Worlds

    The War of the Worlds

    ★★★½

    Classic adaption of the H.G. Wells story.

  • Prisoners of the Ghostland

    Prisoners of the Ghostland

    ★★★

    Impossible HA!
    If you had told me three days ago I'd be standing here with one arm and one testicle trying to reason with you bitches, I would have said impossible too, but I'm telling you there is a way!

    Weird and wacky it is, but it all seems less than the sum of its parts. Cage is awesome, the story interesting and weird but somehow it just isn't great.
    Don't get me wrong, I can still see myself adding this to my collection.

  • Satan's Baby Doll

    Satan's Baby Doll

    ★★★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    "I'd rather die than let an oily character like you stain me!"

    HOLY FUCK LOOK AT THE SIZE OF THAT SYRINGE!

    It's amazing how easily sleaze comes to the Italians. There is nothing about this madness that makes any logical sense and there isn't much of a story.
    But there is sleaze, lots and lots of sleaze, and one hell of a score! The Italian's need no excuses to get their women to take off their clothing.
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