9/10 … It makes me sick to my stomach to see that Al-Mustafa Shabazz who dies during the investigation gets a hero’s funeral. I don’t care what or how much good he have done in his life afterwards, he let 2 innocent men root in prison and HE KILLED MALCOLM X. He’s a traitor to all black people and the human race. If I ever get to Newark I will piss on his grave! …..

I don’t know why but some artists death just hits me harder than others although I’m not that familiar with his older work, but Jerry Stillers passing on May 11th did. Maybe because I have proberly seen Seinfeld 10 times at least. He started his career in 1957, but I came to know his work […]

2/10 … WTF is this? It feels like a highschool project made from an iPhone. I came to see some backstory about the clowns in KKK and the different gangs in South Carolina joining forces to fight them. What I got was a lot of random people going to graveyards, rapping, talking about Chris Brown and the last 10 minutes someone filming protesters from the South Carolina streets. The director Terry Dvis go on and on about how he’s smart and use his brain instead of a sword … then if he’s so smart maybe he should have spent a couple of hours studing structure and narrative before making this garbage ….

Deep red was a classic horror magazine and Chas Baluns (1948–2009), baby. An icon in horror journalism. He wrote for both Fangoria and Gorezone before he released his own magazine, or fanzine might be the correct way to describe the first issues. Balun started to write during the horror movie heydays in the early 1980’s digging deep […]

7/10 … 😂😂😂 The people behind this movie should really have studied what a clone is? You have to look like Bruce Lee to be a clone, you can’t just take an Asian guy who knows Kung Fu. Or Kung Fu … choreographed dancing might be a better word for what’s going on at the screen. Seldom have I seen more “Let’s hit in the air, but let’s pretend it was in the head” fighting than in this one……

7/10 … This is probably the biggest horror movie podcast out there, with a lot of guests appearing on the show. Every show usually starts with each hosts going through what they have seen lately, and then goes to a guest. I find it most interesting when the hosts discuss movies on their own, but of course some guests are very interesting. Sometimes they go through a top 5 or 10 list of their favourites within a topic and that’s almost always awesome.

8,5/10 … Season 3 was just released and I couldn’t wait to watch it as soon as possible. I went out and bought some steakes and beers to be fully prepared. And it didn’t disappoint. Jason Bateman as Marty Byrde, the money laundryguy for the Mexican cartell and his wife Wendy played by Laura Linney are still just a pleasure to see everytime they’re on screen. Jason Bateman plays his character really calm and relaxed. Nothing ever seems to make him …

7/10 … This is just amazingly fun, Rudy Ray Moore’s self financed first movie about his character Dolemite. We get it all … bad fighting scenes, cameras lingering too long on “actors” who don’t know what to do with themselfes, “Actors” who can’t deliever their lines naturally, boommic’s in the shot, Mr.Moore’s stand up Dolemite routine, Weird dance scenes when people eat, akward sex scenes … and ofcourse a lot of titties…

7/10 … It all starts with an Argentinian Snoop Dog lookalike somewhere in Asia sitting in a car looking like he has no good intentions at all … and we got that right. He and his gang are gonna kidnap a young woman. It gets violent … people are getting shot … without bullet holes … but with red paint inside the shirt :-), cut to introduction and the theme song, where the creator had looked both once and twice on James Bond. And off we go … midget with a shotgun, karate chopping midgets, cowboy midgets in trees, giant stone throwing in the head where the effect only is some blood on the forehead, some occult/satanic ritual, murderous vultures and much much more…

8/10 … I confess, my knowledge of old kung-fu/martial art movies are limited. I have more or less only seen Bruce Lee and old Jackie Chan ones. I googled for “best Wu Tang movie” and this was the one recommended on the first two hits I looked at. It took me some minutes to get into it, because of the english dubbing (especially on the females) but after some getting used to I was sold. It’s more or less non-stop action and the classic sound effects everytime someone gets hit….