Stanley Sheff – Lobster Man from Mars (1989)

A movie mogul in search of a tax shelter screens a space parody about a young woman, a mad scientist and a space monster. Read More »

Kazuhiko Yamaguchi – Aku no shin’eitai AKA Troops of Darkness (1971)

A disgraced yakuza member, framed for the murder of his boss, emerges from prison eight years later with revenge on his mind. Read More »

Albert Pyun – Knights (1993)

Plot: In the post-holocaust wasteland the cyborg warlord Job needs to harvest the blood of 10,000 people and orders his army to capture people. The orphan Nea is the only survivor after the cyborgs slaughter the farming community that has adopted her. She is saved by the mysterious cyborg Gabriel who reveals he has been created to eliminate Job and the other cyborgs. Nea agrees to lead him to Job’s encampment if he will train her how to fight. Read More »

Al Adamson – Cinderella 2000 (1977)

In the year 2047, sex is forbidden and Big Brother uses robots to keep on eye on everyone. One young girl tries to outwit the government so she can be with the man she loves. Read More »

Joseph Losey – Boom! (1968)

Movie version of playwright Tennessee Williams’ “The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore” involves very wealthy Flora “Sissy” Goforth (Dame Elizabeth Taylor), supposedly dying, and living in a large mansion on a secluded island with her servants and nurses. Into her life comes a mysterious man, Christopher Flanders, a.k.a. “Angelo Del Morte” (Richard) and The Witch of Capri (Noël Coward). The mysterious man may or may not be “The Angel of Death”. Read More »

Frank Borzage – The Pride of Palomar (1922)

A soldier inaccurately reported as dead returns home to his Spanish family’s estate in California, only to find his father deceased and his ancestral land in the hands of strangers. Read More »

Wigwolf – The Wet Ones (2021)

The Wet Ones is like The Mr. Bill Show on crack, and that is entirely on purpose. Using the tagline “a movie made by maniacs, for maniacs,” this psychedelic, action figure starring, splatterfest more than lives up to it. It is written and directed by musician/filmmaker Wigwolf, who plays guitar while wearing a werewolf mask, long, flowing wig, and a tutu. It features homemade sets with hand-mutilated dolls having adventures and stabbing each other in the p***y.
One doll featured prominently has a red shock wig and an enormous hard-on and goes by Doctor AIDS (Wigwolf). It also has a Katy Perry doll that gets into all sorts of peril. Her adventures include being attacked by one of the sisters from Jack Hill’s Spider Baby (Rachel Alig) before fighting against the evil corporate influence of Titanic Sinclair. There is also Bunnula the vampire rabbit, Elvis at the disco (Morris Slater Diamond), Joan of Arc (Lauren Barrett), and J.R. Jickenjacker (Jamie Robert MacDougall). Read More »