THE BLOB. Tasty piece of science fiction thriller
In the 80s, four directors, probably flipping through cable channels somewhere in the middle of the night (that famous Hollywood-Colombian...
METAMORPHOSIS: THE ALIEN FACTOR. Juicy, niche science fiction
The plan for the next VHS session was very simple: I won’t praise American cinema this week, time for a bit of criticism.
STEEL DAWN. Proper 80's post-apocalyptic science fiction
The joyous ’80s, an arms race, and a frantic fear of nuclear annihilation – a goldmine for imaginative minds in low-budget, post-apocalyptic...
DARK ANGEL / I COME IN PEACE. Solid B-movie science fiction thriller
The matter is simple: after Dolph Lundgren had played a Russian a few times, defeated Skeletor, and lived in the sewers while taking down local...
BLIND FURY. Gem of a movie
If there were a plebiscite for the most popular actor of the VHS era, I’m sure Rutger Hauer would rank very high, very high indeed.
ROAD HOUSE. Truly masculine cinema
The core of the story is truly masculine cinema, where there’s plenty of ass-kicking, a few bodies drop, and perky boobs are in abundance.