The Disco Exorcist.
Firstly, yes, this is a thing, secondly, its actually pretty fun.
These are pretty much some of the only images I can post from the movie, as it has a lot of sex/nudity and a ton of violence, but as you are probably all horror fans reading this, that is more of an advertisement than a complaint.
One legitimately great thing about this 70s throwback movie, is that some of the shots, literally look like they could have been in a seventies movie, so for that alone the movie is cool, but it is also cool, because it features the great concept of a seedy disco loving porn star, who becomes embroiled in a satanic demonic possession incident and thus has to be the Disco Exorcist.
Made for an ultra low budget and with a lot of sleaze and gore, but also a lot of humour and enthusiasm, how can you not at least be curious about a movie with the tagline, “GET DOWN, TO HELL” on it’s DVD cover in big white font.
For when you are in the mood for something, that would have been at home on an 80s video rental store shelf, this fits the bill.
Everyone has an opinion on what this movie is about and what it’s trying to say, that’s the beauty of it, but one thing most people say is that they have never seen anything quite like it.
Just goes to show what an original filmmaker David Lynch is.
"in heaven, everything is fine "
Reggie is back and this time he’s bringing some friends, in the form of a badass ten year old killing machine and a nunchuck wielding lady named Rocky.
This movie brings back all the original players from the first movie and reveals more about those damn silver balls and their evil master, the tall man.
If you like the others see this and hope for a phantasm 5.
The Odd Couple.
The hilarious classic from 1968, with a script by Neil Simon and performances from Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon which has undoubtedly influenced every sitcom made after its release.
The story of two divorced men who move in together and have to face their divorce all over again, one is obsessed with cleaning the other is a messy slob, the squabbles escalate getting more and more humorous.
It’s a true classic and essential viewing for fans of comedy and classic cinema, it has hardly aged a day.
You have probably seen this a million times and so you should have, this movie has spawned musicals, t shirts and comic books along with a string of fans and imitators paying tribute.
Stuart Gordon and Jeffrey Combs unite to form a great tag team of terror, as Dr Herbert West, tests his re agent on the underpaid staff and students of Miskatonic University.
If you love gore and horror, HP Lovecraft, you know doubt love this.
Oh and the head gives head sequence is still very very Ewwwwwwwwwww.
It’s why people make movies.
The brand new remake of the Stephen King, first brought to the screen by Brian De Palma and next in an Angela Bettis TV movie, would be the third adaptation of the story.
It goes to show how bullet proof the story is as all the tragedy of the high school cruelty is still as unjust and you still feel just as much for poor Carrie White.
Taken on its own merits it’s a solid well performed movie and a good adaptation of the novel, especially interesting is the use of social networking in the story to accentuate the bullying of the uber religious title character.
It’s a solid modern take on a classic story.
Lucky Mckee’s take on the classic witches coven story has a 1960s flavour as it tells the story of a mysterious school for wayward girls surrounded by woods, mist and the voices echoing in the night.
The voices of long since deceased girls, are where they murdered? What is in those trees?
Not at all predictable, with great imagery and a nice bit of subtext, also watch out for Bruce Campbell doing battle with trees summoning some evil dead mojo.
A little gem, slightly overlooked.
Check it out.
This movie came along in 1999 and blew everything else away, the story of out of control youth being sent at random by the terrified adults running the country to do battle, in a battle royale to the death, like a Royal Rumble but with ultra violence.
Even better is the kids are not just action fodder, you get to know and care about them.
It’s a survival classic, with social commentary, action, gore and heart.
It’s very good!