Hawk the Slayer

HAWK THE SLAYER: Retro Review

Thanks to Outposter Proinsias Cassidy for this Hawk the Slayer Retro Review! A Fistful Of Tolkien “They shall watch you suffer and when I have finished they will accompany you down the river...

Retro Review: THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING

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  Hello Friends and Neighbors, Happy (belated) Hallowe'en and all that. I am taking advantage of some tragic circumstances, one being my inexcusable laziness-fueled guilt, the other being the death of one of...

Retro Review: MASSACRE MAFIA STYLE

It's not very often that you get the privilege of seeing a film that is 100 percent the creator's vision, without interference from producers or studios. The ones that do slip...
shoot-to-kill

Retro Review: SHOOT TO KILL

The 80s was a great time for action movies. There were so many of them that some really good ones get lost in the mix. Forgotten gems of the 1980s. Excellent...

Bark At The BAD MOON: Retro Review

Bad Moon has sex and violence literally within the first five minutes. I have to say, that's a great way to start a movie. Unfortunately, it's basically all downhill from there. I...

DAY OF THE DEAD: Retro Review

George A. Romero, much like John Carpenter is very hit and miss for me. I love Night of the Living Dead and Martin is pretty good as well, but movies like...

Retro Review: CLEOPATRA (1963)

Cleopatra was plagued with production problems that ranged from firing the director for incompetence an incomplete script among other things which compounded to make this the most expensive movie ever made...

Retro Review: STARCRASH

Science fiction has always been popular, from the early days of King Kong and the Flash Gordon serials, through to Planet of the Apes and Plan 9 From Outer Space. Then, in...
Thriller

Retro Review: THRILLER – A CRUEL PICTURE

There are a lot of really high-minded art house films from Sweden, with respected actors such as Max Von Sydow. Yet I'm not going to talk about any of them. Today...

Retro Review: V – The Original Mini-Series (1983)

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In May 1983, NBC broadcast a two-part miniseries that immediately became iconic in the annals of screen science fiction. Writer/director Kenneth Johnson was riding high on the success of his shows...
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