Recap! Rewind! Redux! – March 2015

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We thought we’d start a monthly(ish) series where we reflect on recently watched films that have had a significant impact on us, whether they be mind-blowingly brilliant or so god-awful that we just can’t help but blather on about it. So … Continued

Killing American Style (Amir Shervan, 1990)

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Robert Z’Dar stars (that’s really all we need to say here) as the leader of the most idiotic gang of thugs to ever rob a payroll, plan a prison-bus breakout and take a family hostage. You can actually taste the … Continued

Angel in Red (aka Uncaged) (Lisa Hunt, 1991)

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An exceptionally abusive pimp terrorizes a group of whores on LA’s Sunset Strip. After he beats one of them to death the other girls band together to put an end to it once and for all. Ah, whores. Nary has … Continued

Pet Sematary 2 (Mary Lambert, 1992)

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  Holy shit this month was an ass-kicker! 31 movies in 31 days was a hell of a lot of work, but it felt pretty damn good to push ourselves. We’ll be taking at least a week off to decompress, … Continued

Alcoholocaust or How Bronchitis Anally Raped My Boo-kkake Plans and Filled Me with a Thick Load of Depression due to Low Blood Alcohol a.k.a. From Dusk til Dawn 2: Texas Blood Money (Scott Spiegel, 1999)

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So, yea. It was my bright idea to do 31 days of horror and my better half, the man who is always supportive of even the slightest motivation I have (“Yay! You’re gonna take a bath today!! Woohoo!) accepts responsibility … Continued

Happy Hell Night (Brian Owens, 1992)

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A group of frat boys are butchered by a priest-turned-devil’s-disciple. Captured and put away in a mental asylum, the evil priest is released from captivity 25 years later due to a prank gone awry by the selfsame fraternity. Now the … Continued

The Secret Life: Jeffrey Dahmer (David R. Bowen,1993)

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  This is a fictionalized, low-budget but surprisingly well-done true-crime story of the notorious serial killer, cannibal and necrophile: Jeffrey Dahmer.  Apartment 213 in the house, yo! I have a history with this movie. It started out innocently enough in … Continued

Out For Justice (John Flynn, 1991)

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Steven Seagal stars as Det. Gino Felino, a bad-ass cop who knows all about life on both sides of the law. After the in-cold-blood murder of his partner he goes on a manhunt to track down the crack-head pseudo-mafioso responsible. … Continued

Stone Cold (Craig R. Baxley, 1991)

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Stone *motherfucking* Cold marks the acting debut of Brian Bosworth who rose to fame in the 80s as a fairly lackluster 3-season NFL linebacker who was better at getting attention than winning games. He stars as a rogue cop who … Continued