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  • Welcome to Blood City

    ★★

  • The Halfway House

    ★★½

  • Overboard

    ★★★

  • Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD

    ★★½

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  • Welcome to Blood City

    Welcome to Blood City

    ★★

    Four men and a lady wake up not knowing where they are, who they are or what they're supposed to do next. A cowboy (Jack Palance) shows up and leads them into a town where they are considered slaves and, in this town, how many people you've killed will determine your importance.

    WELCOME TO BLOOD CITY is a film that had pretty much been forgotten by most people until it showed up on The Video Archives podcast with Quentin Tarantino…

  • The Halfway House

    The Halfway House

    ★★½

    Various girls go missing from Mary Magdalen's Halfway House for Troubled Girls so one woman (Janet Tracy Keijser) goes undercover and soon realizes that Sister Cecelia (Mary Woronov) has some dark secrets going on.

    Years after making LINNEA QUIGLEY'S HORROR WORKOUT, director Kenneth J. Hall made this low-budget horror film that is pretty much a throwback to the 1970s and films like SATAN'S SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. This film has a low budget but that didn't stop the director from getting…

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  • Death Proof

    Death Proof

    This is my first time watching this outside of the double feature GRINDHOUSE and I personally think the film works better on its own. Outside the lap dance sequence I really couldn't pick out any of the new footage, which is a good thing as it meant the film played very well throughout.

    The dialogue, which has been a rod of controversy, is very well written and I think in the first half it's a lot of fun. Yes, we've…

  • Something Good — Negro Kiss

    Something Good — Negro Kiss

    When the Library of Congress released their list of twenty-five films to be included in the National Film Registry there were many familiar titles and then there was this thirty-second film from 1898. If you're familiar with movies from this era or if you're familiar with the race movies that would gain popularity during the 1920s then you'll realize that this here is something special.

    The film has a black man and woman kissing, doing a dance and just smiling…