Yes Yes Yes. We hear you guys. One cannot ignore this visual and audio masterpiece.
It was 1988 and Cannon Films head honchos Golan & Globus apparently were interested in capitalizing on the next dance craze to sweep through suburban malls across the country.
Oh yes!!! We teased you yesterday with the d.notive upload and blade runner themed artwork. But now we want to officially let you guys know, the inevitable.
Split Second takes place after this unfortunate occurrence, when the atmosphere is so saturated with pollutants that the days seem like nights and the nights last forever.
While in preparation for the outlining of a new mixtape, I decided to sit down and reflect on why I love retro-cyberpunk.
Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (also known as Story of Ricky; Chinese: 力王) is a 1991 Hong Kong martial arts film written and directed by Lam Nai-choi, and based on the Japanese manga Riki-Oh by Masahiko Takajo and Saruwatari Tetsuya.
Vice Squad is a 1982 action/crime thriller, starring Wings Hauser, Season Hubley, and Gary Swanson, directed by Gary Sherman. The original music score was composed by Joe Renzetti and Keith Rubenstein. Wings Hauser sang the vocal track on the film's opening and closing theme
Directed and written by Adam Brooks and Matthew Kennedy. This isn’t just any cookie cutout comedy slasher film because its equal parts an homage and parody of the entire Italian giallo genre.
The Turbo Kid is a 2015 Canadian film starring Munro Chambers (Degrassi), Laurence Leboeuf, Michael Ironside (Scanners), Edwin Wright, Aaron Jeffery and Romano Orzari. Written and directed by François Simard, Anouk Whissell and Yoann-Karl Whissell; yes, not one, not two
Originally titled the Hatchet Murders, Deep Red or Profondo Rosso was a major critical and international success and the first collaboration between Dario Argento with progressive rock group Goblin.
Yes it is time. Not for a retro review. It is time for the long awaited objective retrospective of the Cult Classic, The Last Dragon or as I call it, The Tragedy of Sho’nuff.
The epic cyberpunk film based on the over 2, 000 page manga of the same name. Akira is everyone’s favorite anime. It’s the anime that introduced many of us, gaijin, to Japanese anime.