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« on: October 07, 2011, 03:38:46 PM »

MAXIMUM SHAME (2010): "I’ll leave you with a teaser for the movie’s 'Queen of Catalan Love' sequence, in which the Queen nearly has an orgasm while receiving a foot massage and channeling the lovely British model Eleanor James on her magic mirror, but becomes confused when the image begins eating handfuls of cooked spaghetti and trans-dimensionally dripping them from her mouth onto the cement floor while upbeat New Age music straight out of a tender montage from a 1984 romantic comedy plays in the background."

200 MOTELS (1971): "...if anything sets 200 Motels apart from the other psychedelic cinematic noodlings of the hippie era, it’s Frank Zappa’s extraordinarily weird music—a unique mix of jazz-inflected blues/rock, avant-garde 12-tone classical music, and junior high school sex jokes."

TABLOID (2010): "Tabloid isn’t an indictment of trashy gossip journalism: it’s a clever, polished example of it."

KARLOFF: "It was Universal Studios contract actor Boris Karloff who inherited Chaney’s mantle, and reigned supreme as horror’s newly crowned King."-AE
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"Clive [Barker]'s idea of a great time is to have a nightmare about a woman with three heads and no skin who flays your body with a pitchfork. To give you some idea, NIGHTBREED has over 200 pus monsters, including one guy with a crescent moonhead like the McDonald's commercial and a fat guy with snakes that pop out of his stomach and eat your face off, and these are the GOOD GUYS. These are the people we're supposed to LIKE."-Joe Bob on NIGHTBREED
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« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2011, 01:28:27 PM »

BUNRAKU (2010): "It’s just a fantastical, stupid romp with the colors of a 1950′s musical and the stylized gore of a Frank Miller comic.  What’s not appealing about that?"-AK

THE BABY (1973): "...just as you’re about to yawn and put The Baby to bed, there’s a pleasantly perverse little jolt at the end that wakes you up and makes you look at the film with new eyes."

TO DIE LIKE A MAN (2009): "Funny story.  It turns out that To Die Like a Man isn’t nearly as annoying as I thought it was."

THE PAUL LYNDE HALLOWEEN SPECIAL (1976): "Just think of The Paul Lynde Halloween Special like one those Roselyn Bakery Cakes with six inches of icing atop an inch of cake and indulge in this one-of-a-kind hallucination."-AE
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« Reply #2 on: October 21, 2011, 08:09:48 PM »

Just a bit more "Halloweeny" this week.

LUGOSI: "Lugosi remains one of the genre’s greatest gods.  Bela need not worry one bit about being usurped by the pimply cast of Twilight."-AE

PRIVATE PARTS (1972): "Each of these weirdos has deeper secrets in their closets, which Cheryl will uncover when she starts snooping around their rooms against her Aunt’s orders (hint to future runaways: you should never trust a guy who owns a customized carrying case for his personal syringe)."  

THE BANISHMENT (2006): "Films similar to The Banishment are vanishingly few. Every year several thousands 'simple' movies are released which require no effort form the viewer, which you can watch and enjoy; but there are very few directors who climb to such heights and require the same from the viewer."--Eugene Vasiliev

SOMEONE'S KNOCKING AT THE DOOR (2009): "A mixture of time-tested horror clichés, careless scriptwriting, and mucho grotesquerie, Knocking features enough sex, violence and general outrageousness to save it from being boring, and enough stylistic innovation to (mostly) camouflage its derivative slasher story.  Fans of modern disgusto horror will open up gleefully for Someone’s Knocking at the Door, but others will want to turn off all the lights and pretend no one’s home."
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« Reply #3 on: October 28, 2011, 02:51:06 PM »

Pretty much finishing up October...

THE SADDEST MUSIC IN THE WORLD (2003): Certified Weird! "The screenplay is crammed with sappy, snappy lines that spit in the eye of sorrow: Chester’s pithy 'Sadness is just happiness turned on its ass!'; a radio commentator’s observation that 'no one can beat the Siamese when it comes to dignity, cats or twins, but I’m embarrassed to say that before now I’d never taken Siamese sadness all that seriously;' and Lady Port-Huntley’s famous pronouncement, 'if you’re sad, and you like beer, then I’m your lady.'"

BELLFLOWER (2011): "In reality, geeky tinkerers Woodrow and Aiden would be delusional dweebs, more Gyro Captains than Lord Humungouses, but Bellflower seems eager to convince us they’re actually awesome lady killers who melt the panties off hot hipster chicks.  To which I can only say: seriously, dude?"

ELENA (2011): "Elena has a deep bottom. And the author of a single review cannot possibly reach it."-EV

More Mad Mozart: LA FINTA GIARDINIERI (2006): "Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors (1986) shows up ( I kid you not), chomps down on both Belfiore and Violante, thus generating their “madness’—which takes place in a spider’s den with an arachnid that’s about as animated as Jack Arnold’s Tarantula (1955)."-AE
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