Film Review: BILLY THE KID AND THE GREEN BAIZE VAMPIRE (1987)

BILLY THE KID AND THE GREEN BAIZE VAMPIRE **** UK 1987 Dir: Alan Clarke. 90 mins Phil Daniels (Billy Kidd) and the green baize vampire is a sharp shooting backstreet snooker player who challenges Max, the green baize vampire, to a championship match! The loser will never play professionally again! British snooker was at its … Continue reading “Film Review: BILLY THE KID AND THE GREEN BAIZE VAMPIRE (1987)”

ARROW VIDEO CHANNEL ANNOUNCES JULY SUBSCRIPTION TITLES

Arrow Video is excited to announce the July slate of titles on their subscription-based Arrow Video Channel, including acclaimed undead comedy Zombie For Sale and Gamera: The Complete Collection, all twelve films starring mankind’s greatest defender: a fire-breathing mutant turtle. An infectiously funny slice of modern Korean cinema where Train To Busan, The Quiet Family … Continue reading “ARROW VIDEO CHANNEL ANNOUNCES JULY SUBSCRIPTION TITLES”

Film Review: THE DORM THAT DRIPPED BLOOD (a.k.a Pranks) (1981)

THE DORM THAT DRIPPED BLOOD (a.k.a. Pranks) *** USA 1981 Dir: Stephen Carpenter, Jeffrey Obrow. 81 mins During the Christmas holidays, five students have volunteered to help shut down a condemned dorm, just as a mystery murderer knocks out the power, cuts the phone lines and kills their friends with power drills and industrial steam … Continue reading “Film Review: THE DORM THAT DRIPPED BLOOD (a.k.a Pranks) (1981)”

CULT CLASSIC “PROM NIGHT” ORIGINAL 1980 MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK

Perseverance Records presents the long awaited official release of the 1980 cult classic PROM NIGHT Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Perseverance worked closely with Carl Zittrer and Paul Zaza to locate and unearth the original masters and all music recorded for the film including unreleased disco songs and score not used in the final production, never heard … Continue reading “CULT CLASSIC “PROM NIGHT” ORIGINAL 1980 MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK”

Film Review: PARENTS (1989)

PARENTS **** USA / Canada 1989 Dir: Bob Balaban. 82 mins The child abuse / adult alcoholism metaphors at the core of Christopher Hawthorne’s witty, disturbing script for PARENTS are richly evident, though many viewers will interpret it differently according to their own individual experiences growing up and personal paranoia about parental secrets. Red blooded … Continue reading “Film Review: PARENTS (1989)”