What follows is the latest installment of the Year in Bedlam overview of the previous year’s best and worst movies, according to yours-truly
France was the source of this 1984 Christmas themed atrocity, which is horrendous—albeit quite endearingly so
Filipino horror trash that was apparently marketed as a porno flick in its native land—a designation that isn’t entirely off the mark given the copious sex scenes and trashy overall vibe
Having written about the subject for the past 20 years, I can discern what marks out cult films, and the following, I believe, are all prime candidates
Now here’s a subject I know a bit about: paperback horror novels of the so-called “horror boom” of the 1970s and 80s
A must-own for films nerds everywhere, this is a joint memoir by the notorious Kuchar brothers
Here we have a wholehearted defense of SHOWGIRLS, director Paul Verhoeven’s notorious 1995 hymn to stripper life
Amid the inexplicable success of LA LA LAND, I think it’s a good time to look back at a like-minded film whose fortunes weren’t nearly as rosy.
A most welcome volume, due to the fact that MUDDLED MIND was the first book devoted to the writings of the inimitable Edward D. Wood, Jr.
Summer movies: for many of us those words represent everything wrong with modern-day Hollywood.