The Turbo Kid is a 2015 Canadian film starring Munro Chambers (Degrassi), Laurence Leboeuf, Michael Ironside (Scanners), Edwin Wright, Aaron Jeffery and Romano Orzari. Written and directed by François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell; yes, not one, not two
Originally titled the Hatchet Murders, Deep Red or Profondo Rosso was a major critical and international success and the first collaboration between Dario Argento with progressive rock group Goblin.
Scott Gairdner is a comedy writer, director, and sometimes performer from Woodland Hills, CA. He's the creator and executive producer of Moonbeam City.
Yes it is time. Not for a retro review. It is time for the long awaited objective retrospective of the Cult Classic, The Last Dragon or as I call it, The Tragedy of Sho’nuff.
The man who made it dangerous to go to sleep, go in the swamp, go to Haiti, go into the desert and go into strange people’s houses passed away recently. This sendoff is a week late but, I’m sure the
The epic cyberpunk film based on the over 2, 000 page manga of the same name. Akira is everyone’s favorite anime. It’s the anime that introduced many of us, gaijin, to Japanese anime.
Yes, Love it or Hate it. The classic 1979 Walter Hill classic about New York City gangs during one of the worst times in the city’s history will be turning 36 years old in September. This is not a Retro Review but
Roddy Piper has become a favorite wrestler to many a people who never seen him when he was active. It’s all good. The memes are welcomed. The R.I.P.’s are necessary. Rowdy Roddy Piper is a pop culture icon. He is
1990’s Pump Up The Volume – directed by Allan Moyle and starring Christian Slater and Samantha Mathis. Co-starring: Scott Paulin, Mimi Kennedy, Cheryl Pollak, Annie Ross, Billy Morrissette, Ahmet Zappa, Ellen Green, Seth Green.
From the decade that brought you the video arcade and made wood panels a household thing (if you had a house). The same decade that made things somewhat popular that we now look back on like they were golden fleeces. One of those recurring
Based on the novel by Hideyuki Kikuchi and adapted into the now famous 1988 OVA of the same name. Most of you may remember Demon City Shinjuku as one of the first anime’s to be viewed on the just launched
Kung Fury the passion project of Swedish filmmaker David Sandberg. Sandberg wrote and directed the now famous trailer for Kung Fury on a budget of $5,000 after quitting his day job of directing television commercials and music videos; the same trailer that