Fort Apache the Bronx (1981)
This will probably be the most serious movie I’ve ever viewed and reviewed for your nostalgic pleasure.
Fort Apache the Bronx is a 1981 American crime drama film directed by Daniel Petrie. The film is about a hard-drinking, lonely veteran cop, Murphy
Born from the need for catharsis in a detached society headed toward some Cyberpunk reality at the speed of a supercharged muscle car; "Songs of Love & Death" is the solo electronic project from NYHC pioneer Chaka Malik (BURN, Orange 9mm) and has been his
Imagine Hobo with a Shotgun with a lower budget and spliced with Assault on Precinct 19 and you’ll get VFW. A 2019 action piece distributed by Fangoria and starring a who’s who of villains from your treasured 80’s Mount Rushmore and Fred Williamson; and
It seems like during the nineties someone in Hong Kong decided to make a live-action Wicked City adaptation. What could go wrong, right?
Well I’m here to give it you and break it down (lightly). The movie is mediocre. It’s bland. The effects leave a lot
Let’s be honest. The SPAWN reboot that has been rumored then announced but never got funding; but, snared a big name to the cast; then fizzled out while scouting for locations and announcing merchandise and action figures will never ever happen the way you’ve been
It was a late night in Arizona.
I was just starting to relax and rest after a long shift at work as a cook when I decided to scroll and browse through Instagram for brain food or cerebral junk to consume. Nothing looked too out of
STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER
To be honest, I was over it before I walked into the theater.
Let’s get the good out of the way. It was faced paced.
It had moments of humor and it had moments (although some for nothing) of sadness and
The best throwback to the classic experimental films of the 1970s and set during the mid-80’s, JOKER is one of the best film experiences I’ve ever had. If you don’t believe me, you can backtrack to my in-depth review of the film right here on
Highlander directed by Russel Mulcahy (The Shadow, The Real McCoy, Razorback) and starring Christopher Lambert, Sean Connery and Clancy Brown as the Kurgan.
Set in both medieval Scotland and 1980's New York City and revolves around the centuries old battle between mysterious immortals all in competition
As reported prior by CBR.com it looks like the long in pre-production Maniac Cop remake is coming to television. Previously pitched as a film with Drive director Nicolas Winding Refn and Comic Book superstar Ed Brubaker and was rumored to go into production this year
Well the time has come. A few weeks after being released in Theaters worldwide and crushing box office records internationally to become, was it reported by mainstream media as, the highest grossing R-rated movie of all time. As well tarnishing and shitting on all the
Awaydays is directed by Pat Holden and stars Stephen Graham. Based on a novel of the same name published in 1998 written by Kevin Sampson.
The story of a young adolescent who joins a local football firm and becomes a Casual. Running with the pack, he