The 1981 slasher, ‘Madhouse,’ relies on characters doing stupid things, so how can we be upset when they are violently murdered? We can’t.
‘The Cremators’ is hiding a fairly decent story beneath its low-budget trappings of fireballs, flashlights, and hippies by a lake.
Psychic things happen in ‘Psychophobia,’ some of which might have something to do with the main character’s late husband, but everyone is too dumb to figure it out.
A samurai warrior goes on a killing spree in rural Wisconsin and nobody knows why, including the filmmakers, in 1983’s ‘Blood Beat.’
Carl Medland’s ‘Paranormal Farm’ begins as a basic ghost hunting documentary, but turns into something quite different by the time it’s over.
The 1972 movie, Night of 1000 Cats, is one of those exploitation movies that has lessons for the attentive viewer, particularly people who are venturing into the mystical and treacherous world of dating.
There’s something in ‘The Dark’ and he’s got his laser eyes on the citizens of Los Angeles in this schlockfest from 1979.
It’s difficult to conceive of a Predator movie without an actual Predator, but that’s exactly what you get in the 1988 Italian action movie, Robowar.
The majestically weird ‘Blood Freak’ may be the finest combination of conservative Christian values and gory murders by a turkey monster ever filmed.
1984’s ‘Disconnected’ foregoes the glitz and glam of most films from the decade, providing a real you-are-there feeling of desperation and madness.
The difficulty in describing a movie like 1987’s Funland lies in the fact that I don’t know your boxes. That is to say, I don’t have a working understanding of all the things that make you excited about watching a particular film
In an doomed attempt to turn a porn star into a comedy starlet, ‘Linda Lovelace for President’ takes all the low-hanging fruit it can gather and mashes it into a rotting compote of awfulness.