Hard Boiled is directed by legendary Hong Kong action director John Woo (The Killer) and starring Chow Yun Fat (Crouching Tiger Green Dragon, Replacement Killers). The 1992 film is John Woo’s last adventure in Hong Kong Cinema before he made the voyage overseas into America
The reason that these two films aren't getting their own individual review posts is because, well as quickly as I write my thoughts on each film is as fast as I forgot about them.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
An actual justified purchase of a movie ticket.
It came from the back of the video store. The ghost of VHS past. Gregg Araki's final installment in his apocalypse trilogy. A trio of unrelated yet somehow very California films that track the lives of young people living in the vapid and pretentious world
Most pop culture enthusiasts recognize the iconic image of the fedora and whip since the release of Raiders of the Lost Ark on June 12, 1981. The image can truly only belong to the archaeologist Indiana Jones, the character that brought “the return to the
iT's the late eighties and you're five years old up late. You're watching cable television and this rolls across your screen on the cable-TV guide channel, "CreepShow 2". Do you watch it?
Yes, you do.
Creepshow is the sequel to the original film from the minds
Relevant no matter the era—that’s how many would describe the Jack Finney-penned novel about pod people replacing humans and substituting individual consciousness with collective thought. It’s probably why there’s been four official adaptations. Countless science fiction movies and television shows also have taken ideas from
Moon Over Parador (1988)
Directed by Paul Mazursky
I was very recently pleased to find that one of my favorite films of all time was on youtube.
MOON OVER PARADOR was released on September 8, 1988 and stars Richard Dreyfus (JAWS, Close Encounters of the Third Kind), Sonia
It's been a very long time since I've graced the pages of New Retro Wave but, I'm back. I've been in the thick war-torn trenches of completing a new album and working a fifty hour work week in the food industry; it's been hell since
When I started watching Dragon ball Super, it was in the later episodes during the tournament with Jiren. I was taken back and re-engaged in the franchise. So it was a no brainer that I was hyped to see not only a new feature film
tHE year was 1995 and only the kid with the full-time employed parent with a head for managing money had a home PC. Do you recall the annoyance of waiting for that alien orgasm noise from your speakers as you logged onto the internet and
Well at first I didn't want to see this movie. I thought, "Why?" "We didn't ask for this" "Did the first one make that much money?"
It's after one in the morning and I've just now seen the trailer to something that looks like a movie that is finally up my alley. Finally a movie that can keep my attention. "Sorry, To Bother You" was a great film, I loved it.