Graveyard Disturbance (1987) Director Lamberto Bava Starring Gregory Lech Thaddeus, Lea Martino, Beatrice Ring, Gianmarco Tognazzi. Lamberto Bava, son of the highly regarded Italian film director Mario Bava, followed in his father’s footsteps, becoming a writer/director, after years of working as an Assistant Director on movies that his […]
In 1999 Quentin Tarantino returned with his third installment of his QT Film Fest proudly screening the prints of his favourite movies. Just as in the previous two micro reviews, we’ll look at one of his crime genre inclusions and one of his Italian Horror choices. Still no […]
So, in the second installment of the QT Film Festival’s selected film reviews we find ourselves at the second year’s event, held in 1998. As in the first year’s event, Tarantino included some rare 70s crime films, some exploitation, and other’s just lesser known titles. He didn’t show […]
For the film buffs and those who pay attention to movie headlines in general you may remember that filmmaker extraordinaire Quentin Tarantino participated in a semi-annual film and multi media event hosted by the Austin Film Society the first one happening in 1997 and named simply The QT […]
Both I and our friend at Comix Division are fed up with the lame arguments used to justify reverse discrimination. He lays out the counter argument in his latest video. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe to his channel.
A good question given this deleted scene from the Film is a complete lift from Terminator 2. Some insight into this and some other things from our friend at Comix Division. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe to his Channel.
This is the latest from a good friend’s YouTube channel. He’s quite brilliant at making the connection between Entertainment and the political landscape. Definitely one of the best around. I guarantee you’ll find his commentary both entertaining and enlightening. Please follow, subscribe and share. This type of thinking […]
Robert Gretton, was born in Wythenshawe, Greater Manchester on the 15th of January 1953, and sadly passed away on the 15th of May 1999. He left behind him a legacy that very few people do in life. Robert went to St. Bede’s Collage, a Roman Catholic Grammar school […]
Rotten Tomatoes, the Movie review Site, continues down the path of self destruction. It took a major turn for the worse when it eliminated commentary on films prior to their release. At the same time it also disabled the feature that allowed people to indicate whether or not […]
As predicted Captain Marvel’s numbers were strong in its opening weekend grossing 500 million World wide, domestic sales contributing 153 million of the total. One of the reasons for this could be that Disney front loaded the roll out of the film releasing it in both domestic and […]