Videodrome – UHD Review

I'm writing a review of a film, I'm putting that review on the internet. It'll be briefly read by a bunch of people, they might give it a like, they might skim over it. They'll move on, they'll read other reviews, they'll stop reading after a while. They'll go on other sites and apps, watch … Continue reading Videodrome – UHD Review

The Most Dangerous Game (1932) – Blu-Ray Review

The Most Dangerous Game is a rock-solid early horror/thriller from Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack. If the name of Schoedsack rings a bell, that’s because he was one of the co-directors of King Kong with Merian C. Cooper, who also served as a associate producer on this film. It may not have been as influential as King Kong, but … Continue reading The Most Dangerous Game (1932) – Blu-Ray Review

This is Gwar – Blu-Ray Review

This is GWAR is a documentary about the band/art collective known as GWAR. It’s a pretty straightforward history of the group, which formed in Richmond, Virginia in 1984 as essentially a joke. Dave Brockie (“Oderous Urungus”) of hardcore punk band Death Piggy was the instigator, along with Hunter Jackson (“Techno Destructo”). The whole thing was … Continue reading This is Gwar – Blu-Ray Review