Again, with the Goodwill purchases...
I stopped by again, and lo and behold, for 99 cents I picked up the above oddity. A copy of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom on Betamax.
Now, I haven't owned a Betamax player in 20 years, and even then it was a real oddity. I could never figure out why the format just never took off, because it was of a better quality. I basically made
The Toronto International Film Festival runs from September 8th-18th this year, but that doesnít mean we donít have to start thinking about our ticket packages. Notices to TIFF members went out this week and ticket packages go on sale starting June 20th!
TIFF has done a fantastic job of increasing the selection of ticket package options with everything from 50-Film packs to specialty programming packs for specific film genres.
The 50-Film pack goes for a reasonable
"Has Its Moments, But Mostly a Stinker"
A metropolitan city is in the grip of fear when rolling blackouts bring out a serial killer dubbed The Picasso Killer (Udo Kier).
The only thing that makes this film worth watching is Udo Kier, who is always a treat for horror fans. Besides that, you might enjoy the sex scene or a quick shower scene, but the story itself is completely lame.
At no point does the film explain why he is called
Searching through Ondemand the other night I came across The Naked Witch. I had never seen this, nor had I heard of it. So with my love and interested reignited in old school scary movies I decided to check it out.
The film was written, directed, edited, and produced by Claude Alexander. Who doesnít appear to have done anything else but this movie, but Iím not 100%
Updated 06-09-2011 at 05:11 AM by Butcher
Text from DC Comics:
"DC Comics embraces its dark side. On the 40th anniversary of the characterís creation, the New York Times bestselling writer of AMERICAN VAMPIRE, Scott Snyder, teams up with Yannick Paquette (BATMAN, INCORPORATED) to bring horror back to the DC Universe in SWAMP THING #1. For years, one man served against his will as the avatar of nature. And while he may have been freed of the monster, heís about to learn the monster will never truly let go of him."
Updated 06-08-2011 at 12:54 AM by Hong Kong Cavalier