Cementerio del Terror (aka Cemetery of Terror) (Rubén Galindo Jr., 1985)

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A group of teens revive a recently deceased serial killer via a mysterious book of rituals found in an abandoned house. Teenagers are stupid.  I went into this having very low expectations – trash and sleaze being an almost every … Continued

They Don’t Cut the Grass Anymore (Nathan Schiff; 1985)

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Two unkempt southern boys cut a swath of destruction through Long Island suburbia when mowing lawns proves to be less than fulfilling. Nathan Schiff’s third (and arguably best to date) feature is a blood-soaked romp filled with nasty mutilations, long … Continued

Recap! Rewind! Redux! – May 2015

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Short Cuts (Robert Altman; 1993) Watching this as a teenager I was so impressed with the concept – how we’re all connected and the most seemingly insignificant details of your day bind you to an extensive social spider-web that links … Continued

Night Train to Terror (1985)

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God and Lucifer discuss the fate of several unfortunate souls while traveling on a doomed train plagued by what could very possibly be the most heinous band ever produced. This one belongs firmly in the “what the fuck did I … Continued

Future-Kill (Ronald W. Moore, 1985)

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A group of entitled frat boy douchebags venture into the inner city to capture an anti-nuke protester as a prank to atone for their zany college antics. When they run into a violent member of the group, they flee with … Continued

Cut and Run (aka Inferno in Diretta) (Ruggero Deodato, 1985)

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A news reporter and her cameraman travel to the Amazon jungle seeking to interview one of the leaders involved in the Jonestown massacre. Soon it’s discovered that a TV executive’s missing son is entangled with the group that’s also in … Continued

The Mutilator (aka Fall Break) (Buddy Cooper, 1985)

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While cleaning his Daddy’s rifle as a surprise birthday present, young Ed accidentally blows his Mom away. Pops isn’t so forgiving and years later calls upon his son to close down the isolated beach house they own. Ed takes his friends … Continued

Tenement: Game of Survival (Roberta Findlay, 1985)

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I recently revisited Tenement (aka Game of Survival aka Slaughter in the South Bronx) after having a 20+ year hiatus with the film. I can’t recall if this was a video store rental or a USA Up All Night movie … Continued