Archive for February, 2014

Assault On Precinct 13

Monday, February 3rd, 2014 by C. John Archer -

Assault On Precinct 13   AoP13 dvd 84x120 thriller reviews reviews action Director: John Carpenter
Writer: John Carpenter
Release year: 1976

If it takes you that long to realize you have the wrong ice cream just live with it.

Following the killings of several gang members by members of the LAPD, an interracial and heavily armed street gang go on the rampage. After the witness to a gang-murder runs into a police station about to be shut down, the gang declares war on the station. Now a cop, the secretaries and inmates must join forces if they want to live.



Tuesday, February 4th, 2014 by Vomitron -

Klass   Klass dvd 83x120 reviews drama Director: Ilmar Raag
Writers: Ilmar Raag and writing team (cast)
Release year: 2007

Salvation through violence

In an Estonian high school, a loner student, Joosep, is picked on by his fellow class mates. One boy, Kaspar, decides to stand up against the pack and protect him, setting in motion a series of events that will have all students caught in a downward spiral of persistent harassment.


Motel Hell

Monday, February 24th, 2014 by C. John Archer -

Motel Hell   Motel Hell 1980 vhs 69x120 reviews horror comedy Director: Kevin Connor
Writers: Robert Jaffe and Steven-Charles Jaffe
Release year: 1980

Man’s gotta eat… But I’m not hungry right now.

The distinctive taste of Farmer Vincent’s (Rory Calhoun) prime meats is renowned in the farmer’s rural area. People come from far and wide to sample his uniquely delicious meat treats. The only real question is why is there rarely anyone staying in his nearby motel?



Saturday, February 1st, 2014 by Vomitron -

Supervan   supervan vhs 02 84x120 reviews comedy action Director: Lamard Card
John Arnoldy, Robert Easter and Neva Friedenn
Release year:

From Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Illinois, all the little ladies love my pride and joy”

Clint (Mark Schneider) loves vans. He loves them so much, that he decides to leave the family’s car repair business and heads off in his four-wheeled pride and joy for a ‘van happening’, some kind of a contest called “Freak Out”. He might even win $5,000 with it. His dad, however, doesn’t approve.