H.P. Lovecraft visits an old library maintained by monks who guard a locked room containing the Necronomicon. Lovecraft steals the keys to the room, sneaks in and begins copying stories. Continue reading →
Dr. Wakeman, and a team of other scientists, have created a new being from the assembled parts of 88 different body donors. “3” has been given the ability of critical thinking and logic, but not memory, or at least that was the intention. As, who I’m guessing is a neurologist, Dr. English begins evaluating “3”, Wakeman’s true motives come to light. Continue reading →
Charming spokesperson, Major William Cage, though not a “real” soldier, according to him, is sent to the front line in the war against an invading alien race on a suicide mission. Once there he is swiftly killed in battle by an unusual looking alien. However, he awakens to find that he is repeating the same day… over and over. He meets Vrataski, who seems to understand what happened to him and helps him train to hopefully defeat the alien invasion. Continue reading →
As before, Part 3 picks up directly where Part 2 left off, the survivors numbers continue to diminish. They encounter new potential saviors, including Shitkicker, The Profit, and Jean Claude Seagal, and discover that the creatures originated at a place called “The Hive.” As the survivors seek shelter in and try to escape through the sewers trying to get to the big city. Continue reading →
In a dystopian future, Jack Deadman is part of a military team sent to find a stolen water supply in order to save humanity, in underground passages, called Labyrinthia. The mission fails when the inhabitants of Labyrinthia attack the team. 10 years later, Jack, now known only in legend, as The Jackal, haunted by his failure, and hiding in the tunnels, has never found a way out, discovers that one of his team, Alba, is still alive and imprisoned. With renewed purpose, he rallies to fight the Emperor Ramses, and free Alba. Continue reading →
A woman, Michelle, is in a car accident and wakes up chained to a wall and locked in a room, once unlocked she discovers that her captor, Howard, is also the one who saved her after her car accident. Her captor/savior (who, according to his friend, is a huge conspiracy theorist) and his friend/handyman, Emmett, explain that there has been some sort of bomb and that the air outside is now toxic. She still doesn’t trust him, but discovers for herself when a woman, whose skin appears to be melting, arrives at the door demanding assistance. After a rough start, they find a level of comfort with each other in the shelter, until Michelle discovers a suspicious message, and realizes that sometimes first impressions are actually right.
In a post apocalypse city, young and naive Peggy works at a diner with her over protective mother. When Jak and his friends come into the diner, Peggy succumbs to his charm and her own frustration and curiosity, and agrees to sneak out on a date with him. They end up at a popular but sleazy club called the Doom Room, where Peggy discovers something awful about her family. Continue reading →
This Canadian/New Zealand indie film was a lot of fun. Featuring the iconic Michael Ironside, doing what he does best. A movie that was written and filmed to seem as if it were shot in the 80’s and set in post apocalyptic late 1997. What a great concept! For the most part, really well done. Would have been better had they stuck to all practical effects. Though I did enjoy the “sploosh” when The Kid used the glove. Apple is an awesome character. “This is my Gnome Stick!”
This is totally worth watching, especially if you’re a fan of cheesy 80’s flicks. It’s currently available on Amazon.
For more information follow this link. (Though truly, IMDb doesn’t give too much information on this film. Many of the actors/actresses are uncredited and I had to use my keen powers of observation along with my well honed google skills to find some of these credits.)
In a dystopian future, ravaged by chemical warfare, the ruminants of humanity formed clans or gangs, lead by the Big Brothers, for protection. These gangs battled through the years, and now have an agreement of peace so they might survive. As the younger generation struggles under the weight of this agreement, one of the Big Brothers has decided that he will conquer and rule over them all. Continue reading →