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  • Kings Of Cult

    Kings Of Cult

    ★★★★

    This short yet informative 52 minute get together between Charles Band and Roger Corman has both maestro low budget/indie genre cinema producer/filmmakers heavily discussing about their starts in the business,the developments of the likes of Empire Pictures,Full Moon Pictures/Features,New World Pictures,and New Horizons(fomerly known as both Concorde Films and New Concorde) and the things that happened with some of their films as given with the origins of GHOULIES' theatrical publicity campaign,four walling(/renting) a theater(which successfully happened for the likes of…

  • Gen

    Gen

    ★½

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    This Turkish horror thriller from director Togan Gokbakar(who regularly specializes in comedies such as CELAL AND CENEN and the RECEP IVEDIK series) involves a thirtysomething woman(Doga Rutkay[PAK PANTER,CUMHERIYET]) who takes a new job at an Istanbul based asylum where a raincoat sporting killer is on the loose gruesomely murdering the older male patients and castraing them with the police closely investigating the killings while everyone(including the audience) wonders whether Rutkay or anyone in the aylum is the killer.

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  • It Follows

    It Follows

    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    The Weinstein Brothers score their first nationwide release of a horror film since 2009's Rob Zombie's HALLOWEEN 2,and the first nationwide release of a film under their Radius/TWB label,for this film by first time writer/director David Robert Mitchell is yet another overhyped,overrated horror slop(ala HOUSE OF 1000 CORPSES,DAWN OF THE DEAD[2004],MARTYRS,HEREDITARY,THE VOID(2016),RAW,SHAUN OF THE DEAD,MAY,REVENGE[2018)],and THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT[amongst so many]) that I'm so sick and tired of hearing about,reading about,and visually enduring. This film plays like a John Carpenter…

  • The Cat

    The Cat

    ★★★½

    Japanese genre cinema was an obvious major influence on this wild Chinese science fiction/horror outing that has Waise Lee(A BETTER TOMORROW[1986],BULLET IN THE HEAD) as a successful writer who gets caught up in the antics of a young lady(Gloria Yip[FLYING DAGGER,SAVIOR OF THE SOUL]) and her pet cat that are actually aliens that are out to stop an evil alien entity that has invasion on its mind. A popular title in the 90s video bootleg market that is largely overshadowed(and…