Every generation has a movie or TV show that collectively traumatized it. Whether it was Tommy Lee Wallace’s It adaptation, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or Cory in The House, we keep close to our hearts the fear these pieces of cinematic art inspired in us. Manga and anime are not an exception of this phenomenon.
Sometimes a movie packs so much content and creativity that it’s easy to forgive any flaws along the way. Freaks Out, the latest effort from They Call Me Jeeg Robot director Gabriele Mainetti, is one of those creations: a unique blend of historical drama, epic superpower fantasy and tightrope-walking circus adventure which will satisfy genre diehards looking
Returning to the site of a hotel where the aboriginal people slaughtered a team of archaeologists, a new team set forth to find out the truth of what happened to a fallen comrade of theirs. After arriving at the site, they find the hotel intact with the staff still busy working. However, everything is not
If you’re a vegetarian and/or averse to the musical genre that is Post-Apocalyptic-Symphonic-Reindeer-Grinding-ScandoFinn-Metal then avert your eyes to the following review. 2018 Finnish shock-rock comedy Heavy Trip is just waiting to make you laugh ‘till you puke. Literally. Available now on ARROW: www.arrow-player.com , this movie is definitely an experience that will make you rethink how
Back in 2008, Japanese filmmaker Yoshihiro Nishimura made a name for himself in the Extreme Cinema scene with the fervently adored Tokyo Gore Police, a science fiction splatter epic starring none other than Eihi Shiina of Audition fame as a sword-wielding heroine. While this wasn’t Nishimura’s directorial debut, (you can read our review for one
The musical, as a genre, is one which does not vibe to everyone’s tastes. While the generic and predictable musicals that make up a lot of Disney’s animated world stays prevalent, Hollywood has long since given up on the genre with only the odd project steeped in nostalgia making it into award season. That said,
B-movies have become a staple in popular culture over the recent years, with cult classics from the 1970s and 1980s finally receiving the wider attention they rightly deserve. One such classic piece of media that has garnered attention is I Drink Your Blood. I Drink Your Blood (1971) is an exploitation film directed by