Tweet From the neurons and chemically imbalanced awesomeness of Synapse comes a classic done up in bright shiny Blu Ray. 42nd Street Forever is one of those compendiums of sleeze cinema that tells a story of New York City at one of its sickest periods. Before they “clean up” the city and made it […]
Brett Rollins has something disturbing to show you in New York City. You’re gonna like it.
The roar of the grease paint, the smell of the crowd…
The author of GETTING IT DONE shares all the secrets and wonders of being a production assistant.
If Jason can take Manhattan, what’s stopping you?
History shows again and again how Nature points out the Folly of Man. David Maine, in this instance, helps it along a little bit, through the mouthpiece of a 40-foot tall anthropoid-reptilian-insectoid monster named K.
Tweet I’m sure that most of you have heard of Guillermo del Toro, and odds are you know his name due to his work with films. For those of you who have not heard of him, he did Mimic, Blade II, Hellboy, and Pan’s Labyrinth. He also turned down I Am Legend and Harry […]
Tweet Greetings, readers. Now, you might recall last week, in my review of FRANKENHOOKER, I waxed rather poetic (and rather tangentially) about the 1980s New York City Microbudget Cinema Scene, as FRANKENHOOKER director Frank Henenlotter was one of the pivotal movers and shakers of the movement. Another mentioned mover and shaker was, and is, Greg […]
You’ve been invited to your own murder. Be sure to come in costume.