A Russ Meyer Double Feature

SPOILER ALERT: This review is for eyes that have already viewed Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill and Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. I recently acquired a copy of Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! (1965) and decided to have a Russ Meyer double feature. So I cuddled with my stuffed animals in bed and had a night…

Scarlet Diva (2000): DVD Review

There are some films that you might put away for a while because you need to give yourself time to miss them. Asia Argento’s directorial debut in Scarlet Diva (2000) is one of those films. I used to watch this movie a lot, and it had been around eight or nine years since I’d last…

Wild at Heart: Collectors Edition Blu-ray Review

David Lynch is an auteur that I recommend having in your movie library, so I was very excited when I got my hands on a copy of Lynch’s Wild at Heart starring Nicholas Cage and Laura Dern. Based on the first of six novels by Barry Gifford, Wild at Heart is a personal favorite love…

DVD Review: FOUND (2012)

Staying in and watching horror always feels like a good idea, and I’m glad that I did because I finally grabbed a copy of Scott Schirmer’s Found (2012), based off the Todd Rigney novel, and the night in was absolutely worth it. I thought this movie was awesome. I agree, it is a piece of…

TERROR FIRMER: 20 Year Anniversary Blu-ray Review

This article may contain spoilers. You’ve been warned. Terror Firmer. Geeze, what can I say about Terror Firmer? When I was around ten years old I watched my idol John Waters’ Cecil B. Demented for New Years. To make it short, the idea is to encourage films that don’t give a fuck and challenge the…