Tag Archives: Comedy

Women In Trouble Review

If you were to mix the daily life mishaps of two porn stars, a prostitute, two sisters who share a daughter, their shrink with an adulterous husband, and a stewardess, you would probably find it impossible not to laugh. That

Night Of The Creeps DVD Review

Night Of The Creeps

Hide your cats and dogs and shield your girlfriend’s mouth (sorry). The creeps are here! Fred Dekker’s directorial debut hit the theaters back in 1986 to a lukewarm reception, but it has grown a reputation and following in its out-of-print afterlife. Rights

Black Dynamite Review

Blaxploitation is a genre of film that is regularly paid homage to, but is rarely duplicated in this day and age. While Tarantino’s grindhouse style exploits eschew some of the genre’s high and low points, none of them are flat

The Invention Of Lying Review

Something strange is going on out there with movie advertising. I’m not sure what it is, but it is a potentially bad idea. The internet trend of re-editing trailers to make them seem like a different genre of film may

Zombieland Review

Zombies are about damn near everywhere. Sure, vampires have seemingly taken over as the go-to trendy monster, but the re-emergence that zombies have been experiencing in pop culture for the last few years is larger, more widespread and hitting a