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  • Mad Foxes

    Mad Foxes


    Boil a Euro exploitation flick down to its bare essentials and you’ll end up with this flick. Copious amounts of full frontal female (and male) nudity? Check! Nazi motorcycle gang rape? Check! Armed revenge by a Spanish yuppie? Check! Something that almost passes for martial arts fighting? Check! Genital mutilation? Check! Automotive stunt work done on the cheap? Check! Elderly handicap murder? Check! As many sex scenes that can be crammed into a short running time? Check! English dubbing that makes the whole thing absurdly laughable? Check! Mileage may vary with this one but I did find it fun.

  • Lookin' to Get Out

    Lookin' to Get Out


    If you can imagine an Abbott & Costello movie set in the ‘80s where Abbott is played by Burt Young and Jon Voight is Costello dialed-up to 11...and both might be breathing hard into the laughing gas between takes, then buckle up, kids, and enjoy the ride herein. Even has a Hal Needham-choreographed stunt extravaganza as the cherry on top of this cinematic sundae! A hidden blast from the past!

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  • Bride of Re-Animator

    Bride of Re-Animator


    So desperate was I to see this sequel, as well as Brian Yuzna’s SOCIETY (maybe made back-to-back?), that I got my grubby hands on some VHS bootlegs before the movies officially released. I don’t think I ever felt my heart sink deeper than after watching them though. So much promise, so much disappointment. But much time has passed since then so I figured I’d give BRIDE a reappraisal when I heard Jeffrey Combs was to be a guest on The…

  • In the Earth

    In the Earth


    A sort of spiritual sequel to director Ben Wheatley’s A Field in England this time set in the modern day. With a pandemic still at large, a timid researcher (Joel Fry) heads off into the protected woodlands with a sturdy park guide (Ellora Torchia) in search for a former flame, another researcher who may have gone missing. Along the way they encounter some distress and get back on their feet thanks to Zach (Reece Shearsmith), a bohemian artist living illegally…