Buckle up, hon. Biller’s Technicolor homage was one wild ride.
This week, it’s the shot that launched a thousand drive-in flicks. Not countin them private boudoir films you got hidin in your closet.
A multi-week crash course through the films of The Last Drive-In. You might just learn somethin.
The last double-feature of Season Two-o of The Last Drive-In started out with another trip into Clive Barker’s vision of Hell with those Cenobites (pinheaded and otherwise) tormenting some more folks in Hellbound: Hellraiser II.
We had brutality in an office setting, a “beef” between Joe Bob and a director and Mayhem to boot. For attendees to The Last Drive-In, it’s just Week 7.
There’s a carp swimming back and forth in my tub. And I want to kill it. Friday night my drive-in dreams came true. No, Joe Bob didn’t come out in hot pants doing the Native American dance he learned as a young Eagle Scout in Texarkana. He showed Exorcist III, not as good as the original […]
Our very special guest for the first feature of Season 2, Week 4, was the esteemed Tromatic auteur Lloyd Kaufman and his lovely wife, Pat. They chatted with Joe Bob about Troma’s War, the esteemed independent studio’s film of mass destruction aimed straight at the crotch of the military-industrial complex.
Gratuitous blogger Laura Beerman takes a swing at some Brain Damage, the first feature for Season Two-o, Week 3 of the Last Drive-In.
Sweaty Joe Spinell gives a, well, maniacal performance in Maniac, a flick he wrote, while Tom Savini talks about ‘sploding his ownself’s head during the first feature of Season 2, Episode 2 of The Last Drive-In.
The Last Call Blog’s reviews of The Last Drive-In Season Two-o start off with Laura Beerman reviewing what happened when Chopping Mall hit the screen.