Starring Chuck Norris, Karen Carlson and Lee Van Cleef. It was directed by Eric Karson and written by Paul Aaron and Leigh Chapman.
It’s getting hotter outside and nights quieter before the storm of libations and BBQ’s. Nothing beats the impatience of summer like an easy and fun movie to meditate with and laugh a little. I mean it’s been a stressful few months since November and we
Robert Rodriguez is in negotiations to direct Escape From New York, 20 Fox’s remake of the 1980s cult classic that starred Kurt Russell.
Co-written by GAWAR and Matt Minerwith art by Jonathan Brandon Sawyer, “GWAR: Orgasmageddon” will be released this summer by Dynamite Entertainment.
Somewhere between Richard Stanley and Mamoru Oshii and set in the same universe as a William Gibson novel from 1984 is GENESIS, a slick short film from David Placer that just premiered on YouTube.
Tales From the loop is a table top RPG set somewhere in the 80's mixing ET, Stranger Things, X-Files, Cloverfield and maybe some Stand By Me, created by scifi artist Simon Stålenhag.
Netflix Japan has debuted a teaser trailer for the upcoming anime adaptation of “Devilman,” the classic manga series by Go Nagai. Directed by Masaaki Yuasa (“Mind Game,” “Ping Pong”), “Devilman Crybaby” will premiere worldwide in spring 2018.
For the majority of 2016, I barely wrote any type of obituary for fallen celebrities. It’s not that I didn’t care; it was just very difficult to keep up with the all casualties of 2016. However, this is something I have to do.
With Saint Patrick’s Day just around the corner and the cultural outrage over police brutality still a hot topic. This month’s RetroMovie will be William Lustig’s Maniac Cop.
Here's a romantic stroll down Nostalgia Lane. Enjoy!
Cruising is a 1980 American crime thriller film written and directed by William Friedkin (The Exorcist, French Connection,Sorceror) and starring Al Pacino, Paul Sorvino (Goodfellas), and Karen Allen (Raiders of the Lost Ark).
No ninja hero had truly set foot on American soil until Cannon films unleashed Sho Kosugi upon the skyscrapers of Salt Lake City with 1984's "Revenge of the Ninja."