Now here’s a film that has seemed to have flown under Attack From Planet B’s radar and popped up like a howitzer in the face. Iron Sky has the plot of something dreamed up in a b-movie laboratory. It’s pure bonkers.
I won’t hold you up any longer, just head on inside and view the trailer yourself and witness you next favourite film for 2012.
Back when action heroes were more concerned about what was the best way to bring down an attack helicopter and less concerned about what was going to be the emotional affect on the bad guy’s family. When those stars playing such heroes where defined by their one-liners and not by their Oscar potential, there stood a group of stars that would blow-up the screen on a regular basis, one such star was Dolph Lungren.
Now thanks to Arrow Video The Dolph is back on our screens in glorious high definition in the 1988 release Red Scorpion. You know the one, the one were he runs around in short shorts with a huge machine gun, “Good Golly Miss Molly!”. Head on in if you don’t believe us…
The inmates of Kim Newman’s dungeon for July are many and varied this month, from low grade sleuths and Italian looking German spies, to giant rapper attacking snakes and mummy zombie loving sons.
We have works from Enzo G. Castellari, the director that brought us the original Inglorious Bastards and Dexter Fletcher on the run from the undead and much more.
There are many other films that have been reviewed by Kim, which can be found in the July issue of Empire Magazine (uk).
The walls are bulging and the cells are full in Kim’s Video Dungeon this month. So what horrors await the unfortunate visitors to the depths of Kim’s oubliette? Well, a hoard of Hammer goodies from the vaults of the legendary purveyors of schlock.
Sex changing monsters running amuck in the streets of old London town in Dr. Jekyll & Sister Hyde to Prisoner war films The Camp on Blood Island and Yesterday’s enemy. Not to forget as well, Kim Newman’s Dungeon Breakout release for June.
There are many other films that have been reviewed by Kim, which can be found in the June issue of Empire Magazine (uk).