Archive for the ‘Review’ category:
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A solid 90+ minutes of a black car revving its engine and frightening up a desert town with all sorts of menace.
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A film that feels much more akin to an Alain Robbe-Grillet film than in line with what Brass has done before.
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Etiquette Pictures carve out a niche for themselves with likely their most unclassifiable film so far.
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Sincere sci-fi cinema with a romantic slant from one of the greatest filmmakers to ever live.
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A rare cinematic anomaly that just shouldn't be, it’s like the creature feature spin on Swiss Family Robinson that nobody asked for.
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A genre gem in obvious need of re-discovery, or just plain old discovery.
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Thanks to Scream Factory we won't be needing another release of this one.
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An astounding presentation of a unique oddity that is ripe for rediscovery.
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Fun, brash indie horror that wears both its excesses and inspirations with pride.
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They're both finally in HD and carry great supplemental packages.
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A sleazy, aggressive beast of a film that's not your average ghost movie.
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A piece of Americana, capturing a very specific moment between the freewheeling late 60s and the new Hollywood of the 70s.