In 2018 nations have been replaced by corporations. The only sport is Rollerball, a game designed to demonstrate the futility of individual effort. Continue reading “Rollerball (1975, UK/USA)”
Mark Borchardt is a man who dreams of being a horror filmmaker. We follow him during his misadventures while making Coven (bizarrely mispronounced as co-ven). Along the way, he drags his friends and family through the literal mud while trying to realize his dream. Continue reading “American Movie (1999)”
A naive, fuchsia colored rhino plunges into the seedy world of children’s TV after being chosen to replace the devious and corrupt Rainbow Randolph. Continue reading “Death to Smoochy (2002)”
Not as much a movie as an experience, 2001: A Space Odyssey is nevertheless a supreme achievement. Continue reading “2001: A Space Odyssey (1968, UK/USA)”
ATTENTION. You are now entering Manhattan Island Prison. Continue reading “Escape from New York (1981)”
🎵 Repooo! Repooo! Out of the dark, from the mist comes a film. Pray it never fills your screen. It’ll rip your eyeballs straight from their socket and leave your ears bleeding. Repooo! Repooo!🎵 Continue reading “Repo! The Genetic Opera (2008)”
Two Brooklyn plumbers warp to another world. Continue reading “Super Mario Bros. (1993, UK/USA)”
Charlton Heston is the last, the final, The Omega Man.
Not since Vincent Price in The Last Man on Earth, have we been so captivated by a performer on the screen alone. Continue reading “Moon (2009, UK/USA)”
Thank goodness Roger Corman decided to go with rock instead of disco. Thank goodness The Ramones we’re chosen over the Scorpions. Thank goodness this ridiculously fun flick exists.