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Blind Love is a 2005 film directed by Daisuke Goto, who also directed another Pink Eiga film that I covered some time back titled, A Lonely Cow Weeps at Dawn. Even with the copious amount of sex, nudity, and very taboo subject matter, Lonely Cow was
… or overlooked gem? Well, it wasn’t the worst movie I’ve ever watched. And it certainly isn’t a masterpiece. But,2003’s Darkness Falls is worth the time spent. You may remember the release of this film; I sure do. As I
I’ll just come right out and say that Uwe Boll is not that bad of a director. Okay? Some compare him to Ed Wood Jr., which is not really a fair comparison, but nowadays, Wood is looked at somewhat fondly and his films are considered cult camp c
Sam Raimi has had a career that I have enjoyed from Evil Dead on and I would never have expected him to return to his horror roots after his success with the Spiderman series. The closest I would have thought would be something along the lines of The
Command Performance is co-written, directed and stars an aging, yet still very striking (in the most hetro way) Dolph Lundgren. Dolph’s character John McClain… I mean “Joe”, rocks hard in a band called CMF (Cheap Motherfucker&
Have you ever wanted to see a “fowl” mouthed turkey carjack a man with a shotgun? Nor did I, but the recent buzz Thankskilling got on twitter got me interested enough to give it a shot. Special thanks to Netflix instant watch and my Xbox
Creating an original movie villain is not an easy task; even more difficult is to come up with one for a Slasher film. You can ignore many issues in a Slasher film if it can deliver a solid killer and the Slasher essentials, boobs, gore, awesome kill
I saw Antichrist over the weekend. I liked it. Nay, I loved it. By now this Lars von Trier romp has become quite notorious. I REALLY don’t want to spoil it here, and that makes it a wee bit hard to talk about. Many of the things that affected m
It isn’t an easy thing to set a film in one location, you have to provide solid character development, strong actors, and a good hook to snag the viewer in. 2007’s Blackout, directed by Rigoberto CastaƱeda is mostly set in one singular l
A weak title and an even worse tagline “Before adulthood comes…” can you figure out the rest? KiDULTHOOD! Thankfully, this 2006 British film directed by Menhaj Huda is a solid movie following a day in the life of a group of 15-year-
Tobe Hooper. A name that is almost infamous in film for what he has done in his later years as a director…most of it being complete trash. Tobe Hooper is also a name that is synonymous with classic, as in he has directed a horror masterpiece wi
You’re entering spoiler country, folks. I will forever root for the little guy. It will always warm my heart to see the underdog take the #1 spot at the box office. My heart swells at the success of Paranormal Activity. I’m just sad I did