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."
After the financial disappointment of 2016’s World of Warcraft, it seems Duncan Jones will be returning to familiar territory with his upcoming straight to NETFLIX feature titled MUTE.
Biker gangs and linebackers don’t usually belong in the same sentence, outside of an obituary or police radio but, here is the only occasion the two blended together into a steroid pumping dude-fest.
Remember when you were bombarded with reminders of the Christmas spirit on every channel courtesy of Holiday Specials. From the celebrity TV guest party to the traditional (pagan) Yule log and the horrible Star Wars Holiday Special. These are the days of our lives.
Don’t let the hording meandering of acrylic keyboard social justice pounding tell you that “strong female protagonists are a rarity in cinema [whiny voice]”.
"I just stumbled upon this entertaining gem from the depths of the surface web. Akira meets The Simpsons. Let's go!"
Although Sega hasn't produced a system since the Dreamcast, their memories are still residing in all of our warm dream mansions.
One of the greatest horror films ever made is Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive. Originally or alternately titled Brain Dead, this is Peter Jackson’s third film after BAD TASTE (1987) and Meet the Feebles (1989).
If you are sitting where you are having a déjà vu feeling all over your body well, guess what? You’re damn right you are. Happy Halloween Retro space cowboys! This month’s haunted house begins with Fright Night 2.
This is the film were the song “Da Mystery of Chessboxin’” got its name from and where Dennis Coles took his now famous name of Ghostface Killah from. The legendary Ninja Checkmate otherwise known as Mystery of Chessboxing.
Directed by Joseph Kuo and starring
The film was given a limited release theatrically in the United States by Imperial Entertainment on 29 January 1993, grossing $2,001,124 at the box office. Not bad for a B-movie.