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Mother's Day (1980) Review

One from the re watch pile… and happy Mother’s Days to all the Mums and Moms out there!

Mother’s Day (1980)

Film: Troma’s Mother ‘s Day is one of those films whose notoriety is probably more what it’s known for than its actual execution. 877 more words

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Documentary Review: VHS Massacre: Cult Films and the Decline of Physical Media (2016)

Release Date: June 20th, 2016
Directed by: Kenneth Powell, Thomas Edward Seymour
Music by: Tim Kulig

New York Cine Productions, 72 Minutes


Any documentary that features an interview with Joe Bob Briggs is obviously a film made by people that know what the hell they are doing. 216 more words


Film Review: 'The Toxic Avenger' Film Series (1984-2000)

Few films are as bizarre and gore-filled as those within The Toxic Avenger series. Other than other pictures made by Troma, I can’t really think of anything else that compares. 1,039 more words


TRAILER: Return to Return to Nuke 'Em High AKA Vol. 2

No, seriously. That’s the full name of the long awaited finale of the Troma Team’s sequel/reboot of their 1986 cult classic Class of Nuke ‘Em High… 163 more words

American Films

Jennifer Aspinall on makeup illusions, toxic transformations and gothic nymph fashion tips

Jennifer Aspinall is one of the most prolific and respected artists in the world of makeup. Her creations have been seen by millions, including her work on Saturday Night Live and her Emmy award winning work on MAD TV. 5,035 more words


Doomed!: The Untold Story of Roger Corman's Fantastic 4 (2016)

“How many movies did Roger Corman make that never got released? One.”

When the last failed attempt to competently adapt the Fantastic 4 comic book series for the big screen hit theaters in 2015, I foolishly decided to give all past attempts a chance and watched… 1,045 more words

Brandon Ledet

B.C. Butcher (2016)

It’s generally not the best policy to judge a movie based on its context instead of its content, but it’s nearly impossible to avoid doing so while discussing… 763 more words

Brandon Ledet