DTV Junkyard 33 August 28, 2015 | Dave Wain
Horror Hospital (1973) August 27, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
Blu-ray Bites: Zone Troopers (1985) August 25, 2015 | Dave Wain
Severin Return to the UK! August 24, 2015 | Dave Wain
TRAILER: New ‘Un Drops For Full Moon’s Specters... August 22, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
DTV Junkyard 32 August 21, 2015 | Dave Wain
Barbie Wilde’s Voices of the Damned August 19, 2015 | Colin McCracken
Invoked (2015) August 17, 2015 | Matty Budrewicz
DTV Junkyard 31 August 14, 2015 | Dave Wain
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Schlock specialist Albert Pyun’s agreeable Die Hard variation receives a pleasant but flawed budget issue as part of 101 Films’ lackadaisical Cult Movie Collection.
Die Hard is the perfect action template. Witty, suspenseful and tremendously exciting, the blueprint drawn by creators …
Retromedia continue their plundering of selected seventies curios, and provide us with a double-bill of of fist-chewing mediocrity that’s gloriously entertaining.
Launched in 2001, Fred Olen Ray’s Retromedia label has been a constant source of schlocky mayhem with releases …
Blu-ray Bites are concise explorations of new back catalogue releases, designed to help you decide if they’re worth parting with your hard-earned cash for. This time, Dave yearns for the flowing, artificially coloured locks of Brian Bosworth
What is …
Wildly imaginative but achingly dreadful, Texas Chain Saw maestro Tobe Hooper’s fiery oddity is a fascinating so-bad-it’s-good B-movie, now available on limited edition Blu-ray from Code Red.
Let’s be completely clear: Tobe Hooper’s SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION is one cruddy movie. Yet despite …
Swansea’s finest delivers one of his best films yet, so what better time than now for ZOMBIE HAMSTER to catch up with the low budget auteur, to quiz him about life behind the camera.
Andrew Jones is barely into his …
Our own lil’ Hamster Dave Wain’s look back at neglected mid-90’s slasher THE FEAR is up at DELIRIUM MAGAZINE‘s site now. Featuring a chinwag with this direct-to-video pearl’s scribe, Ron Ford, you can check it out after the jump:
Shaggily scripted but gorgeous to look at, Highlander helmer Russell Mulcahy’s entertaining superhero flick makes its UK Blu-ray bow from distributor MediumRare.
Described by Quentin Tarantino as “the poor man’s Ridley Scott” in Mark Hartley’s cracking Ozploitation doc Not …
Director Albert Pyun’s nineties video classics make their long-awaited British Blu bow in a half-hearted Platinum Cult Edition port from 101 Films.
Occupying a spot at the top end of much maligned schlock auteur Albert Pyun’s dense resume – neatly sandwiched …