We’ve just posted the first episode of our new mashup series, THE BRAIN DUMP. Only on #Patreon. You can support the show for as little as $1 per month, but the first one’s always free, kid…
A new entry in the Mother’s Day Horror Film canon. Only 15 minutes long, and NOT for the faint of heart, but it has an assured sense of visual storytelling that’s more apparent on 2nd viewing. If you can stand it. I was seriously squirming, and also quite impressed. Never underestimate a Mother’s love.
“After disappearing for nearly three decades, Paul Reubens’s subversive alter ego returns — and seems more radical than ever.”
His new movie is a collaboration with the demented lunatics who gave us WONDER SHOWZEN. I can’t wait.
One of the most original – and creepy – independent animations I’ve seen. An entire stop-motion world, created on a shoestring. Well worth your time.
A classic scene from CAT PEOPLE (1942). An object lesson in how to ratchet up the audience’s anxiety with no special effects, just the wind, and the dark.
Sage wisdom for one of the purest artists the cinema has ever had. We are blessed with a new film from him, after 23 years, called The Dance of Reality. Like all his works, I’m sure it will demand we take it on its own terms.
Don Barton brought “Zaat” to life in the early 1970s, and while the movie about the giant radioactive walking catfish-human monster was quiet for decades, it never really went away.
After 45 hours of exposition and stock footage about the wonders of the walking catfish, the World’s Worst Mad Scientist finally gets around to injecting himself and turns into a rubber masked unicorn of some sort. He looks in the mirror. “Not much like a catfish, but it IS beautiful!!’ *facepalm*