The Crippled Masters

Thursday, March 5th, 2009 by Vomitron

The Crippled Masters   crippledmasters cover 82x120 reviews horror action Director: Joe Law
Writer: none, apparantly
Release Year: 1979
Mandarin title: Tian Can Di Que

Limbless Kungfu

The Crippled Masters   offscreen 2008 mini logo reviews horror action Let’s get right to the point: The Crippled Masters is a fantastic horrible movie. Hilarious and cringeworthy scenes follow one another at rapid speed, while this crippled kungfu extravaganza unfolded before our very eyes at last year’s ‘Freakshow Friday’, part of a midnight screening series at Offscreen Film Festival.


The Gene Generation

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 by Vomitron

The Gene Generation   gene generation postercr 81x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Pearry Reginald Teo
Writer: Keith Collea, based on the comic by Pearry Reginald Teo
Release year: 2007

DNA: Dare Not Alter

The Gene Generation   bifff2009 minilogo sci fi reviews horror action In a not-so-distant, seemingly goth-inspired future, messing with people’s DNA appears to be quite the hot topic. Messing with good intent is one thing, but inevitably good things will always fall into the wrong hands of bad people.


The Hitcher II: I’ve Been Waiting

Tuesday, October 13th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

The Hitcher II: Ive Been Waiting   the hitcher 2 poster reviews horror action Director: Louis Morneau
Writer: Molly Meeker, Charles R. Meeker and Leslie Scharf
Release Year: 2003

Sometimes a different route is a good idea.

Jim Halsey (C. Thomas Howell) is still a little messed up from the events of the first film, but not so messed up that he skipped becoming a cop; although being tightly-wound and shooting people for no reason is a bad idea. He takes his girlfriend, Maggie (Kari Wuhrer), out to visit his old friend Capt. Esteridge (played by Stephen Hair this time) when his bitch girlfriend insists on stopping for a hitchhiker … also named ‘Jim’ (Jake Busey), then, as in the first film, things go badly….


The New Barbarians

Wednesday, March 11th, 2009 by Vomitron

The New Barbarians   new barbarians dvdcr1 83x120 sci fi reviews action Director: Enzo G. Castellari
Writers: Tito Carpi, Enzo G. Castellari & Antonio Visone
Release Year: 1982
Italian title: I Nuovi Barbari

Fred Williamson and the Templars of Doom

The New Barbarians   offscreen 2009 mini logo sci fi reviews action Italian Post-Apocalyptic Mayhem… Oh, how those words sound like music to my ears.  Undisputed champions, as they are, in ripping off every possible succesful foreign genre known to mankind, Italians can truly claim the title of being the uncrowned kings of 80′s Post-Nuke sci-fi/action fodder. Once again the end of the world is nigh, and these warriors of the Italian wastelands perfectly illustrate just how insane things can get…


The Omega Man

Friday, April 10th, 2009 by Perfesser Deviant

The Omega Man   omegaman 78x120 sci fi reviews horror action Director: Boris Sagal
Writer: John William Corrington & Joyce Hooper Corrington based on I Am Legend by Richard Matheson
Release Year: 1971

Take your stinking hands off me, you damned dirty family!

Robert Neville (Charlton Heston) – the lone surviving human after a pandemic – fights madness in a deserted the Los Angeles. In addition to the scourge that is loneliness, he has to face the survivors who are horribly mutated by the disease. Ironically, the reason Neville survived unscathed, is because he was a scientist working to cure the plague when an accident forced him to try the experimental cure on himself….