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Retro Movie of the Month goes to 1988's HELL COMES TO FROGTOWN. MadMax's bastard child. A future where human birth rates are at an all time low and reptilian mutations have evolved into the new age. No, it's not a David Icke lecture. It's Roddy

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USA’s UP ALL NIGHT episode “Toxic Avenger” Look at what I found. Looks like I’ve found an entire episode of USA Networks UP ALL NIGHT starring the late Gilbert Gottfried. See, in 1989 USA network was trying to establish a foothold on the burgeoning cable network

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Since I am unofficially the voice of nostalgic illegality on New Retro Wave and it's after midnight, I'd like to invite you all into the subterranean world once again. It's post 9/11 and Giuliani had already finished gutting and renovating damn near the entire city

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Escape from the Bronx (Italian: Fuga dal Bronx), also known as Bronx Warriors 2 in the United Kingdom and Escape 2000, is a 1983 Italian action film directed by Enzo G. Castellari. It was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 under its Escape 2000 name.

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Babylon (1980) directed by Franco Rosso.  Written by Franco Rosso and Martin Stellman (Quadrophenia), and shot by two-time Academy Award winner Chris Menges  (The Killing Fields), Babylon is an incendiary portrait of racial tension and police brutality set in Brixton, London. The film, anchored by

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Jean-Michel Basquiat (December 22, 1960 – August 12, 1988) The Brooklyn born child of a Puerto Rican mother and a Haitian father, what better chemistry for a brilliant child. A brilliant and radiant star that burned out too fast. But left a wonderful impact on the

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                                                         ABOVE THE RIM (1994) The last film in Barry Michael Cooper’s Harlem trilogy Above the Rim (94) was directed and co-written by Jeff Pollack with a screenplay by Cooper adapted from a story by Benny Medina. Above the Rim stars Duane Martin, Tupac Shakur (Juice,

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2020 was a drag and 2022 isn't looking that much better without much happening besides covid variants and the possibility of World War. So I decided to re-review a film already featured on NRW TV. Cyborg: Death Machine was Directed by the MASE BROTHERS and dubbed

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From the dedicated team that brought you Cyborg: Deadly Machine comes a mischievous little piece of indie filmmaking to spice up your holiday season. Masebrothers are back with a brand new short film spoofing what may well be one of the greatest 80s Christmas movies

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Devil in a Blue Dress is a 1995 American neo-noir mystery thriller film written and directed by Carl Franklin. Based on the book of the same name by famed crime author Walter Mosley; 2020's recipient of the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to

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Back in 1982, director Ridley Scott dropped the audience into the then-future world of 2019 Los Angeles. It’s a seedy environment of perpetual darkness, rain, and urban sprawl. In this sci-fi noir, the police bring Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford) back into work after a self-imposed

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Retro Movie Review: Splendor (1990) Greg Araki was a key contributor to the buzzing New Queer Cinema movement of the 1990s. Born in Los Angeles and raised within the Santa Barbara city limits, Araki after completing college with a MFA began his film journey with the

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