If ever a movie needed an exclamation point in its title, it is ‘Disaster,’ an action movie so insanely brainless, it gets our lowest (meaning ‘highest’) recommendation.
Donald Pleasance as a science-crazed botany professor? Tom Baker as a seven-foot-tall giant with facial tumors? And this is really a real movie, for real? Sign me up for ‘The Freakmaker,’ post-haste!
I have never seen anything quite like The Milpitas Monster, a project that took three years to complete.
When you’re in the mood for a gritty, urban action movie set in the seedy underbelly of Los Angeles, you could do much better than The Executioner Part II, a sequel for a movie that doesn’t actually exist.
‘Island Fury’ combines implausible situations, inane dialogue, and underwhelming acting to create a movie so bad, it deserves to be the next cult movie sensation.
‘Rivals’ is a raging lint filter fire of a movie, with terrible performances, an illogical plot, and socially redeeming value whatsoever. And that’s the good part. It gets worse from there.
We take a gander at The Heart is a Rebel, a family drama from Billy Graham Ministries, and ponder the conundrum of reviewing faith-based films in a post-modern world.
1983’s Mausoleum doesn’t make a lick of sense, but fans of old-school drive-in horror might find some enjoyment in its practical makeup effects and general silliness.
While The Devonsville Terror may look like another cheap video nasty from the 1980s, this movie has a lot to say about atrocious male attitudes towards women.
Spontaneous Combustion may not be the best Tobe Hooper film, but it feels like the one that most accurately bears his thumbprint.
At about the fifty minute mark of the film, Legacy of Satan, the main female character asks in a breathy monotone, “I’ve committed myself, but to what?” That’s a great question, and one I was also pondering.
Kill or Be Killed was marketed as “the greatest Hollywood martial arts movie ever made!” But we’re here to tell you that is definitely not the case.