The world’s first manned expedition to Mars has vanished, and men in sparsely appointed offices are concerned by swirling newspaper headlines. When the rocket reappears, the world breathes a collective sigh of relief — until it’s discovered that only two of the four members of the crew are alive.
Yatterman was like a self-indulgent child banging pots together, desperate for someone to pay attention to how hilarious it is.
If more Godzilla fans could get the broom out of their ass and actually enjoy the films rather than nitpick and dissect them under an electron microscope, they’d see that in its own way, for its own audience, Minya and Godzilla’s Revenge are as effective and important to the series as the original.
Anyone who is a fan of colossally, brain-fryingly bizarre and incompetent films, anyone who is a fan of old anime and will love playing spot the influence (and sometimes you can spot a couple influences on one robot, as bodies and heads are switched with reckless abandon), and I guess anyone who would want to see a giant robot space opera that randomly cuts to a whole strange TRON sequence, then Space Thunder Kids is well worth the dollar.
Kaiju films were old hat in Japan by the 1970s, but elsewhere in Asia the giant monster film industry was only just getting going. Inspired by Japanese movies like Godzilla […]
Sompote Sands is one of those figures in cult cinema who casts a long shadow. Granted it’s a shadow that twists around and warps into a demon like Calibos’ shadow […]
Sector 7 is the very worst kind of movie with which to be confronted: one that seems to play to your preferences in glossy genre cinema, then fails utterly to deliver on every level
Gandahar makes the cardinal mistake of being a movie about people struggling to escape the iron grip of a merciless, mechanical, totalitarian regime, then it went and got itself animated in North Korea
Teleport City was joined via Twitter by The Cultural Gutter, Die Danger Die Die Kill, and WtF Film to live tweet the pain and madness of viewing one of the most infamously terrible cult films of all time
They expect the planet to be frozen and full of good Uranus stuff like lightning and frozen hells and acid and such. They discover it’s actually a scene through which Father Christmas would come barreling on his sled, tossing gifts at our flustered adventurers as he zipped by.