Live Like A Cop, Die Like A Man

Sunday, April 1st, 2012 by Coventry

Live Like A Cop, Die Like A Man   live like a cop poster01 83x120 thriller reviews reviews action Director: Ruggero Deodato
Fernando Di Leo, Alberto Marras and Vincenzo Salviani
Release Year:
Italian Title:
Uomini Si Nasce Poliziotti Si Muore

Live Like A Cop, Die Like A Man   Offscreen 2012 mini logo thriller reviews reviews action Unorthodox Copper Holocaust!

Aside from having some serious crime troubles, Rome has another problem to deal with: Two cynical, daredevil coppers are loose in the city, making various criminals meet their maker in a free-for-all manner. Needless to say the word “justice” isn’t too far up on their priority list.



Wednesday, August 17th, 2011 by Perfesser Deviant

Manticore   Manticore poster 84x120 reviews horror action Director: Tripp Reed
: John Werner
Release Year
: 2005

Wow, finally, a WMD!

Kramer (Jeff Fahey) – who is some kind of army commander – sends Sgt. Baxter (Robert Beltran) and his men – and woman Cpl. Keats (Heather Donahue) – out into the middle of nowhere Iraq to find a missing reporter, one Ashley Pierce (Chase Masterson). On the way out they find that all’s not well in the region – which shouldn’t surprise anyone – and there are a lot of corpses stuffed in various places. They eventually meet up with Umari (Faran Tahir) – an Iraqi who knows English – and a monster of some sort… don’t look at the title or you’ll figure out the secret!


Miami Golem

Saturday, February 27th, 2010 by Vomitron

Miami Golem   Miami Golem vhs art 73x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Alberto De Martino (as Herbert Martin)
Gianfranco Clerici, Vincenzo Mannino and Alberto De Martino
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Quite an amazing piece of utter nonsense

Reporter Graig Milford (David Warbeck) has seen it all… Vietnam war crimes, cannibal tribes, political shenanigans and what not else. It’s all fine by him and nowadays he’s comfortable working for television in Miami. After interviewing Dr. Schweiker ‘The Nazi’ (Sergio Rossi) about a scientific breakthrough, involving the solution to a puzzling enigma of genetic engeneering, he gets permission to hang around the lab to shoot some additional footage of the newly bred organism. Milford doesn’t mind, so hanging around the lab is what he does. But an accidental electrocution causes the tiny organism – which looks like strawberry-flavored jelly pudding sprinkled with bits of puke – to die… briefly, as it comes back to life seconds later. But then, suddenly, the room is filled with ghostly imagery and eerie moaning sounds. What the hell? Luckily, Milford still had his camera rolling…



Thursday, February 19th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

Postal   postal movie poster1 81x120 reviews comedy action Director:Uwe Boll
Writer:Uwe Boll and Bryan C. Knight
Release Year2007

Bring out the monkeys!

Postal Dude (Zack Ward) needs money to support his horribly wife ‘Bitch’ (Jodie Stewart) and so teams up with his uncle Dave (Dave Foley) and his cult to steal a bunch of Krotchy dolls before the Taliban can. Yeah.


Raw Force

Monday, February 1st, 2016 by Perfesser Deviant

Raw Force   Raw Foice Poster 2 81x120 reviews horror action Director: Edward D. Murphy
Writer: Edward D. Murphy
Release Year: 1982

It’s like my mother’s “clean out the fridge” soup: a bit of everything.

A bunch of martial arts experts are taking a pleasure cruise on a leaky boat owned by Hazel Buck (Hope Holiday) and captained by Captain Harry Dodds (Cameron Mitchell). Meanwhile, Thomas Speer (Ralph Lombardi) and his hoods are trading topless women for jade to a cannibalistic order of monks – who actually wear hoods – that is headed by head monk (Vic Diaz) on Warrior’s Island. Eventually, everyone ends up on Warrior’s Island and the dead are raised leading to a huge battle between the martial arts tourists, the slavers, the cannibalistic monks, and warrior zombies.

No, I’m not making this up, simply trying to summarize it.