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The Last Call Roll Call

The Last Drive-In dispatches from Laura Beerman and T.J. Denton

Last Call | Retro Review: Pandemic Partying in ‘Masque of the Red Death’
Roger Corman isn’t above recycling his own stuff, as we found out when he produced this remake in 1989 of a movie that he originally...
Last Call | Retro Review: In These Times, Jersey Zombie Flick ‘Biohazardous’ Speaks to Us
In this review originally syndicated on May 15, 2002, Joe Bob takes a look at the explosion of zombie flicks in the years since Night...
Last Call | Retro Review: So Here’s What U.S.-Soviet Relations Were Like 35 Years Ago (And ‘Ghoulies’ Too!)
Joe Bob Briggs gives his first impression of a new era of U.S.-Soviet relations and he reviews a Gremlins ripoff that has a title that...
LAST CALL | Retro Review: Joe Bob takes on ‘Basket Case 2’
A retro Joe Bob review from March 2, 1990, takes a look at “Basket Case 2,” where we find out what Belial and his brother...
LAST CALL | Retro Review: Joe Bob Checks Out ‘Nightbreed’
Yep — the 1990s were 30 years ago, and while we await the start of Season Two-o of the Last Drive-In, we’re going to dust...

The Screening room

Ben Nagy Reviews ‘Virus’: A Pandemic Disaster, Japanese-style
Japan’s Toho Studios did its version of a big-budget Irwin Allen-type disaster flick with 1980’s “Virus: Day of Resurrection” in which Earth is hit by...
Ben Nagy reviews ‘The Night Sitter’: Shady Baby Sitter and Co. Run Afoul of Child-Killin Witches
We’ve got another baby sitter in peril in The Night Sitter. But this one’s different because she’s being menaced by witches, is kind of a...