This weeks nostalgic rental look back is the bonkers horror comedy House (1985)Continue reading
This weeks video store rental action movie getting the nostalgic treatment is Predator 2 from 1990Continue reading
Who could that towering dark figure hiding in the shadows be? Could that be Jack? This review is for the horror mystery, The Lodger (1944)Continue reading
This review is for the body chomping Alligator movie from 1980
Tagline – “It lives 50 feet beneath the city. It’s 36 feet long. It weighs 2,000 pounds…And it’s about to break out!“
This review is for a murderous thriller with the over-dramatic title of Experiment In Terror (1962)Continue reading
Tim Brett (David Hemmings) has a wildly funky soundtrack following him around. Maybe it was all the heroin he’d injected in his veins? Maybe all the acid trips he’d dropped. You’d of thought now he was a recovering drug addict, chilling out in sunny Italy, he’d of cleared his mind of that intoxicating driving beat! His sweet Aunt Lucy (Flora Robson) visits him and congratulates him on his success. The flute goes off his mind. You see his eyes twitch. Aunt Lucy wants to help people. His foot taps to the beat. She looks away, calls the waiter. An involuntary spasm! Arms and legs going ecstatic to all the instruments. A peculiar sight to see. Like he was trying to play every instrument at once. He was unprepared for such an outbreak. He manages to control it. It was now contained. Aunt Lucy hadn’t seen his freak-out. He feared opening his month just in case that frantic flute fanfare blasted out, straight into her innocent face. Oh his beloved Aunt. Continue reading
Day 26 10 to Midnight from 1983 Continue reading
Day 13 Leviathan from 1989 Continue reading
Day two of my VHS action and hero January take over. Today is Cobra from 1986 Continue reading
With yesterday’s shocking, sad news of the passing of the legend Rutger Hauer I thought I would have a tribute to the great man by watching one of his films. One I’d never managed to see before. Which one would I pick? Well you’ve read the title of the page, silly me. Somehow, really unsure how, 1992s Split Second had completely passed me by.
Tagline – He’s seen the future…Now he has to kill it. He’ll need bigger guns.