Via CULT FACTION-Cult Movie Essentials- Puppet Master: Axis of Evil (2010)

Directed by David DeCoteau, Puppet Master: Axis of Evil is the ninth official entry into the Puppet Master franchise. Like many previous Puppet Master films it begins at the Bodega Bay Inn, this time in the year 1939. This time around we meet Danny Coogan (Levi Fiehler) who is making wooden chairs for a wedding reception…

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Via B&S About Movies-REPOST: The 10th Victim (1965)

AUTHOR’S NOTE: Seeing as how so much of Austin Powers was influenced by this film, it seemed natural to bring back this review, originally posted on September 1, 2018. This is one of my favorite of the Eurospy-influenced movies. Enjoy! How do you avoid warfare in the future? The Big Hunt is the answer. It’s […]

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Via B&S About Movies-The Sweet Body of Deborah (1968)

Il Dolce Corpo di Deborah, or The Sweet Body of Deborah, is a gorgeous film that embodies the fashionable side of the giallo. It’s directed by Romolo Guerrieri (Johnny Yuma) from a script by Ernesto Gastaldi (Hands of Steel, 2019: After the Fall of New York, The Case of the Bloody Iris, The Strange Vice of Mrs. Wardh — obviously […]

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Via Movie Reviews 101-ABC Film Challenge-Oscar Nomination-The Wolfman (2010) Movie Review

Director: Joe Johnston Writer: Andrew Kevin Walker, David Self (Screenplay) Curt Siodmak (Original Screenplay) Starring: Anthony Hopkins, Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro, Rick Baker, Hugo Weaving, Simon Merrells, Gemma Whelan Plot: Upon his return to his ancestral homeland, an American man is bitten, and subsequently cursed by, a werewolf. Tagline – When the moon is […]

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Via Father Son Holy Gore -“You don’t like me cookin’?”: Queer Struggle(s), Othered Bodies, & Work in THE LIGHTHOUSE

“Nothing good happens when two men are trapped in a giant phallus” — director Robert Eggers

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Via B&S About Movies -Holocaust 2000 (1977)

Of all the things the devil’s done, I wonder exactly how he was able to get Kirk Douglas — KIRK DOUGLAS! — to be in an Alberto De Martino ripoff of The Omen? I mean, this is the same director who made The Antichrist and Miami Golem! What horrifying secrets does the First of the Fallen have to […]

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Via B&S About Movies -The Wasp Woman (1959)

Produced and directed by Roger Corman, this movie was originally a double feature with Beast from Haunted Cave. When it was released to TV two years later, a new prologue was added by director Jack Hill to add to its running time. The musical score from this film may seem familiar, because it’s the same […]

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I Love the Night: 1979’s Dracula and Sepulchral Seduction — VHS Revival

The 1970s was a curious time for the world’s most famous vampire, Count Dracula, who was originally created by Bram Stoker in his classic 1897 novel of the same name. Despite ruling the screen for over a decade thanks to Christopher Lee’s iconic turn, Hammer’s incarnation of the character had now been exhausted to the point where, for their last three outings, he had been depicted as savaging London’s modern-day, hot-pants wearing youth, going undercover as an estate agent (!!!) and, rather wonderfully, stumbling into the martial arts genre. Elsewhere, the character had undergone Blaxploitation overhauls in Blacula and its sequel Scream, Blacula, Scream, and had entered the wilfully tragi-comic arena of the absurd with Paul Morrissey and Andy Warhol’s Blood for Dracula.

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