Retro Review: DEAD HEAT

Dead Heat is one of those little gems that seem to regularly come right out of the 1980s. It is a genre-blending mix of action, comedy, and horror featuring cops and...
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8MM: Retro Review

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There have long been rumors and urban legends about the existence of "snuff" films.  The idea of recording the murder of a person for commercial use.  Not the same as most...
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Retro Review: BEST SELLER

Best Seller is another great neo-noir crime thriller from the 1980s. It stars James Woods, with the always excellent Brian Dennehy co-starring. In Best Seller, Woods plays hitman called Cleve and Dennehy...
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PLATOON LEADER: Retro Review

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The 1980s were awash with films about the Vietnam War. It seemed like there was an endless torrent of 'Nam movies. Some high-minded attempts to "say something," some exploitation action films...
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Retro Review: THE DESTROYER

Listen, and understand. Wrenage is out there. He can’t be bargained with. He can’t be reasoned with. He doesn’t feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And he absolutely will not stop,...

Retro Review: MY SCIENCE PROJECT

1985 was a big year for science fiction action-comedies. Back To The future, Real Genius, and of course, Weird Science all came out and were pretty big hits. Today's subject also...
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Retro Review: ORCA

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Back in the mid-1970s, before the juggernaut that is Star Wars rolled into town, one movie ruled the world - Jaws. It invented the summer blockbuster and was the highest-grossing movie...
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Retro Review: DEATH HUNT

What do you get when you put Chuck Bronson, Lee Marvin, and Carl Weathers in a movie together?  You get a badass action flick called Death Hunt. Death Hunt is a 1981...
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PSYCHO 2: The Original Horror Legacy Sequel

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The term "legacy sequel" seems to be quite new. I've heard it kicked around a lot lately, especially with the recent release of Scream and Texas Chainsaw Massacre. The former leaning...
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Retro Review: THE FIRST POWER

Another Outposter contribution wings its way to us from Wrenage, a veritable powerhouse of Retro Reviews. This time around he tackles an old favorite from 1990 which is, unbelievably, 32 years...
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