Movie Related Ramblings
A hodge podge of writings by me that warranted a little more gravitas than a blog post. This particular sub section filters down to only posts about movie related things.
The faceless LASER-bowman who threatens Ocron in her writhing sleep.
Leave it to Generation-Y2K to take something that was once cool, convert it into a stupid Internet meme, and ruin it for everyone. They are doing it to zombies just like they did it to Rick Astley, bacon and pirates. Well, pirates were never cool, and that whole "talk like a pirate day" crap was never even mildly funny, but you get where I am coming from.
Here's the mighty Dolph Lungren from the movie Showdown in Little Tokyo. I highly recommend it for lovers of bad movies. This movie just reaks of super-awesome-tude. In the above scene, Dolph looks like he is doing a little stand-up at the Improv. He is, in fact, getting connected with his Japanese cultural roots by dressing like a Karateman and then machine gunning pony-tailed Yakuzas who wear double-breasted suits.
Music List 2007
- My God is Alive! Sorry About Yours. by The Knights of the New Crusade
- The Austerity Program...?
- A Challenge to the Cowards of Christendom by The Knights of the New Crusade
- On a Tight Budget by Budget Girls
- The Giallos Flame by The Giallos Flame
While on Vacation several years ago, I had the pleasure of viewing the 1974 Sci-Fi epic, Zardoz. This film, John Boorman's follow up to Deliverance ranks amongst the most confused and misguided pieces of cinema I have ever witnessed. Read my review of this cinematic masterpiece.
After waiting for weeks, the planets aligned (I got access to my parents huge screen TV), I was able to watch For Your Height Only. This movie is the "A-side" of a DVD double feature including the previously reviewed Challenge of the Tiger that was released by Mondo Macabro ealier this year.
I watched a great piece of eighties cheese this week, Bruce Le's (that's not a typo) Challenge of the Tiger. This movie is part of a Mondo Macabro double feature DVD along with vertically challenged spy thriller, For Your Height Only.