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
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
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?"
In a time of neo-fascism, corporate leaning politics, xenophobia and police shootings. People want to know there is a hero out there ready to take it all on his shoulders and chuck it off a cliff into shark infested waters. We need a hero in
The Lost Boys was made 31 years ago
Joel Schumacher is a director that is either loved or hated. Hated mostly because of his Batman films. A hate that I neither condone nor entertain; their comic book films, no different from the tongue and cheek jokefest
It’s a typical morning consisting of drinking and writing. Living in Tucson, AZ is somewhat of a culture shock to my sensibilities. Shock the same way you'd shock a wild animal by placing him in a sanitized suburban, urban outfitter exhibition decorated by hipster and
"And I am over a quarter of a century old. I'm getting freaking old."
Originally released on June 5, 1993 in Japan - Ninja Scroll didn’t reach stateside for another two years with an English dub by Manga Entertainment. But when it did it became an
Directed by Fabio Frey and written by Fabio Frey, Joey Thompson with Pedro Correa.
Film Synopsis: When 30 year old millennial poser Davey Slater discovers his dad isn't his biological father, he takes to the streets of Venice Beach with his now ex-brother Feather, to uncover
The Red Spectacles (1987): Directed by the original Ghost in the Shell director Mamoru Oshii and the first film in his Kerberos trilogy. The Kerberos saga is a multi-medium alternate history drama that covers the events of a Japan going through civil unrest and the
Teen Wolf (1985) learning to love yourself
Be advised: the following is merely me turning the themes of said movie on its head and putting a new perspective on it. I am not snowflaking on your childhood. In fact, I’m just having some fun and