Director John Woo’s A Better Tomorrow (1986) began his trademark series of action films in Hong Kong cinema’s sub-culture of ‘Heroic Bloodshed’ movies. These films tended to… Read more “A Better Tomorrow (1986) (Ying Hung Boon Sik)”
during these times trying to keep their audience expectations alive with a mix of blockbusters, independent films and foreign feature films and whole slew of re-release films from varying decades
Director John Woo’s Hard Boiled (1992) became the most creative and full-on action thriller ever committed to celluloid….
Trancers (1984) directed by Charles Band, was released after the initial run of Blade Runner (1982) which ushered in a whole lineage of near future Sci Fi… Read more “Trancers (1984)”
Hammer Studio’s The Mummy was made in 1959 by director Terence Fisher and starred Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee as an archeologist John Banning and Kharis, the… Read more “The Mummy (1959)”
….Keep Mum takes the audience into a post shocking event which slowly unwinds in the mind of a mum as she tries to piece together the events of the previous night…
A Fistful of Dollars directed by Sergio Leone and starring Clint Eastwood and Gian Maria Volonté opened the way for the coming tide that was to be… Read more “A Fistful of Dollars (1964) aka Per Un Pugno Di Dollari”
Fuller felt that this film, an experiment in audience revulsion as what was presented to them, would bring his underlined message of the evil of racism.
William Peter Blatty’s Original Cut of Exorcist III The Exorcist III is the official sequel to the landmark and still unnerving The Exorcist (1973) and is a… Read more “Legion (1990)”
The films ending is one of the ‘highlights’ of the movie and a great talking point amongst fans of the genre as you are expecting a typical ending and you are instead given what can be described as a downbeat finale