Ben Nagy Reviews ‘The Condemned’: More than a decade ahead of ‘Fortnite,’ Steve Austin Got a Victory Royale
Champion pro wrestler “Stone Cold” Steve Austin made the move to starring in movies back in 2007 with the action flick “The Condemned,” where a bunch of people battle to the death on an island. Reviewer Ben Nagy wonders if this one heavily inspired the popular video game “Fortnite.”
Sharks invade an Australian grocery store after an earthquake and a tsunami in “Bait,” a 2012 flick that serves as a precursor to the whole Shark-in-Weird-Ass Places genre.
A killer comes right out of the screen with a weird implement of death as he slays both on the screen and menaces the audience in the theater in “Midnight Movie.”
“Dreamland” picks up where the post-credit scene of “Pontypool” leaves off with Stephen McHattie as an assassin roaming around in the rotten-at-the-core “Dreamland.”
A radio host and his crew broadcast the rampage of marauding infected folks in rural Ontario, Canada, in the “War of the Worlds” radio show-inspired “Pontypool” starring Stephen McHattie and Lisa Houle.
The most-infamous killer Santa flick got reimagined in 2012 in “Silent Night” when a killer Kringle starts slaughtering folks in a Wisconsin town on Christmas Eve.
The third “Silent Night, Deadly Night” flick took out the best thing about the second one by recasting the role of Ricky and adding some faces familiar to Drive-In Mutants. But was throwing a colander painted to look like an exposed brain on Bill Moseley’s head and telling him to act like a zombie a better strategy than throwing him in a Santa suit and letting him go wild?
Ben Nagy reviews ‘Enter Three Dragons’: Because Why Settle for One Bruce Lee When You Can Have Three?
Delving into the confusing realm of Brucesploitation, three Bruce Lee “clones” get embroiled in gang intrigue and a jewel heist In the spirit that there were three Magi and that the certain holiday that they were involved in is mere days away, I picked out a movie that well befits the numerics involved. Now – […]
A high-school cheerleader gets abducted and tries to survive an encounter with a lumpy-headed creep who lives in a shack in the middle of the wilderness in “Backwoods.”
Some filmmakers who are fans of “The Legend of Boggy Creek” chuck their zombie movie and try to hunt for a Bigfoot-type creature in Tennessee in “Taku-He.”