graveyard-shift

Retro Review: GRAVEYARD SHIFT

Wrenage is like Santa Claus. He comes in the night and, when you wake up, he has left a gift behind. In Wrenage's case, it is the gift of a Retro...

Retro Review: TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A.

To Live And Die In L.A. is another masterpiece of neo-noir (neon-noir?) from the 1980s that has fallen out of the zeitgeist for some unknown reason. You would normally not expect...
Timerider

Retro Review: TIMERIDER

Listen, and understand. That Outposter is out there. It can’t be bargained with. It can’t be reasoned with. It doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And it absolutely will not...

Retro Review: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (1974)

Can you believe that Young Frankenstein came out in 1974? I think, since it’s made in black and white, it hasn’t aged at all. I saw a documentary recently and it had...
Savage Streets

Retro Review: SAVAGE STREETS

Do you like R-rated revenge flicks full of violence, tits, full-frontal nudity, gang rape, and  Linnea Quigley? I sure do. Come along with me on a journey into a movie with...
Freaky

Retro Review: FREAKY

The one-man Retro Review machine, and one of our Outposters, Wrenage is back with another blast from the past for you. This one is a bit more recent, Freaky, from 2020. As...
Punisher

Retro Review: THE PUNISHER (1989)

There have been three big-screen adaptions, a backdoor pilot (Daredevil Season 2), and two full Netflix seasons dedicated to, in my opinion, the greatest comic book vigilante ever created. Unfortunately all...

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...
silent-partner

Retro Review: THE SILENT PARTNER

Another contribution from an Outposter who loves a good, hard Retro Review. Wrenage returns and this time he tackles a (gasp) Canadian movie, starring a 70s staple - The Silent Partner. The...
alien-nation

Retro Review: ALIEN NATION

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Way back in the Year of Our Lord 1988, an awesome little gem of a science fiction movie that also managed to be an action movie and a police thriller was...
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