Category: Film Reviews

‘Roger Corman’s Death Race 2050’ Review

Death Race 2050

Horror and B Movie fans know the name Roger Corman and hold it in high regard. Working with some of the biggest names in Hollywood, and beyond, he has had a huge effect on the history of film and we love him for it. This is why him bringing back Death Race 2000 with Death…

‘We Are the Flesh’ Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

We Are the Flesh

When you stray off the mainstream horror path and look for something different, there are some dangerous destinations to find. The extremes of Asian horror can test your limits, and movies that are extreme just for shock value can even test your taste for gore, and your stomach. There are some though that test your…

‘Tower of London’ Review (Arrow Video Blu-ray)

Tower of London

When you get Roger Corman and Vince Price together you tend to get a stylised horror film that is hard not to love. While Tower of London may not be their best collaboration, it is an interesting take on Shakespeare’s play of the nefarious King who killed his way to the top. Corman’s film though…

‘Willie Dynamite’ Review (Arrow Video Blu-Ray)

Willie Dynamite

Blaxploitation movies have a strange place in movie history. Often nostalgically looked at as being cool and oozing in style, they also have an exploitative feel to them, hence the name. Willie Dynamite is a so-called Blaxploitation movie that looked to do something different, which in some regard put it at conflict with itself. Willie…

‘Raising Cain’ Review (Arrow Video Blu-Ray)

Raising Cain

One of the reasons I enjoy Arrow Video releases are the love they give to underrated movies. While this is my first time watching Raising Cain, it is fair to say that after watching it I’m surprised it doesn’t get more praise. Maybe the new Director’s Cut that is included will change that, for this…