When it comes to b-movies, be it science fiction, horror or just plain weird, it’s all about the title that first brings you in, no matter what lies in store; and nothing could be more true than this marvellous slice of grindhouse kitsch released from 88 Film, Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity.
So head on inside to see the joys of 88 Films release from their new Grindhouse collection…
All right now, for all you boppers out there in the big city, all you street people with an ear for the action, I’ve been asked to relay a request from Attack From Planet B. It’s a special for the Warriors, that real live bunch from Coney, and I do mean the Warriors. Here’s a hit with them in mind, get on down on Thursday 27th September, again at The Hawthorne Theatre WGC.
Check Ken’s review of Neon Killer. A chance purchase at a local car-boot sale, where first was Dennis Donnelly’s THE TOOLBOX MURDERS (1978), a film from the ‘Video Nasty’ scare of the mid-eighties and second was Benito Robinsoni’s NEON KILLER (1986), which he brings us his views on now.
We Also have some exclusive news for Benito Robinsoni himself on his new film COSMIC PHOENIX.
So head inside to find out what this little rear title has to offer…
You can blame John Carpenter’s Halloween (but don’t blame the man himself) for the slew of events themed slashers that come, wave after wave before the dust had even settled. Everything from Birthdays through to Christmas has been used within a slasher context. Is there anything that hasn’t been put through the slasher grinder?
So indulge yourself in some bad film horror in the only way the 80s could.
Question, what do you get if the California coastline is destroyed after an earthquake causing all of the beaches to be in a constant state of unrest and bloody chaos? Well the answer is simple, you’d get the Peter George / Troma cult feature Surf Nazis Must Die.
So continuing our look at Arrow Films latest releases of Troma films, Dom brings us this crazy feature, Surf Nazis Must Die…
In conjunction with our latest Troma competition and the 3 new releases from Arrow Films & video we will be bring you reviews of these great titles, starting of with Class of Nuke’em High. Dom brings us his take on the gooey goings on at Troma’s dysfunction high school and a look at how Arrow Films as brought it to us with their new Blu-ray release.
So what are you waiting for? And once you’ve checkout our review head over to the Troma Competition and enter.
You lucky lucky people, those lovely people over at Arrow Films & Video are not only releasing 3 great titles from Troma’s wonderful output, but they are also given us the chance to give a way 3 sets of these great titles to our lovely readers.
So if you want to get your hands on these three great titles head on insides now!!!!
Kenny Brings us his musings on Hobo with a Shotgun. A tail of a vigilante homeless man pulls into a new city and finds himself trapped in urban chaos, a city where crime rules and where the city’s crime boss reigns. Seeing an urban landscape filled with armed robbers, corrupt cops, abused prostitutes and even a pedophile Santa, the Hobo goes about bringing justice to the city the best way he knows how.
So head on inside for some shotgun fun…