Friday, November 27, 2009

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #109

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #109

Thank You For Smoking

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #108

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #108

Being John Malkovich

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Twilight, How It Should Have Ended

Yep we have another installment of How It Should Have Ended and this time they tackle Twilight. Seems like the obvious choice with the release of New Moon. Just sit back, relax and enjoy!

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #107

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #107

Apocalypse Now (Polish poster)

This comes as a suggestion from Canuck Critick

Monday, November 23, 2009

Book Review - Celluloid Serial Killers: The Real Monsters Behind The Movies


Paul B. Kidd has been writing about true crime for many years, he specialises in Australian true crime. Tackling the subject of serial killers is not an easy one, however Kidd has a special knack for writing about true crime. What he has done here is examine films over the years which deal with serial killers and then delve into the real life killers which inspired the feature film.

This book offers two things, film titles about serial killers, some which you may have seen or heard of and others you may not have. The second thing it offers is the real story, the real killer/s and their crimes. You get the basic idea if the film is loosely based on something, inspired by something or an actual bio-film.

I actually found this book at a discount book store for $6.95 it normally retails here between $34.95 to $39.95 so to say I got a good deal is an understatement! Keep in mind foreign readers I am talking about the Australian dollar and for some reason our prices seem higher then the rest of the world.

The book serves as a great reference on a variety of serial killer films, and Kidd gives his opinion on the good ones and the bad ones. At least it is his opinion of them, I agreed with some of what he had to say on some films and I really disagreed with him on other ones. I would have liked for there to have been more info on the films themselves, but what he has provided is good. He gives a run down of what the film is about and his opinion, whilst Kidd is a great crime writer, a film critic he is not. I think that was the only down side of the book, but when you consider the big picture he has done a great job.

On the true crime side of things, this is where he is most comfortable and he can paint a very disturbing picture of these killers. He has included all the relevant details, and he really does not hold much back as far as their crimes are concerned. I wouldn't recommend this book to anyone who has a weak stomach, some of the crimes committed which are mentioned are truly disturbing. The title mentions monsters, and these killers certainly were just that.

In the book you will find Kidd has decided to include some serial killer films which aren't based on any real killer, and he has included them because he is a fan of the film and felt they were worthy of mention. I actually didn't even look at the contents because I wanted to be surprised as to what was included. Towards the end I actually wanted to see what was coming up because I thought he had covered so much, I wondered what was actually left!

Some films you will find covered in this book are M, Psycho, The Honeymoon Killers, Dirty Harry, Manhunter, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, Silence of the Lambs, From Hell, Ted Bundy and many more. You get the idea he has a wide range of films and with some of those titles you can figure out who they are about (with a title like Ted Bundy who else would it be about?), and there were some killers who I had read about but had no idea there was a film based on them. After getting through the book, I do have more film titles to add the to list, some sound good, others sound interesting but whether or not they are good is hard to tell.

As far as true crime books go this is one of the really good ones I've read, as I mentioned he does have a knack for it. Whilst the film side of things could have had more details, it doesn't take away from anything. I would recommend this for anyone who is into true crime or darker films, it is a really good read and I haven't actually read any bad reviews on this one.

Celluloid Serial Killers: The Real Monsters Behind the Movies
Kidd, Paul B.
Publisher: Five Mile Press
ISBN-10: 1741784727
ISBN-13: 9781741784725
Year Published: 2007

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #106

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #106

Death Race 2000

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #105

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #105

The Fly (Polish poster)

Friday, November 20, 2009

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Awful Film Poster Of The Week #13

Awful Film Poster Of The Week #13


This honestly has to be one of the worst put together film posters I have ever seen! This film has not even come out yet, they clearly had no budget left for the advertisements because this thing looks like it was photoshopped by a 3 year old. I mean look at Hayden, that isn't him in the picture, his head has been badly pasted on! Even worse look at Paul Walker!! Arg stuff like this makes me angry at how terrible it is! I mean who wants to go see this film based on this terrible poster?? The poster is supposed to get you excited, give you a preview of whats to come, but honestly with this?? One big turd by the looks of it eh!?!?!

Super Marcey guests on the AITH Podcast

Well it was bound to happen sooner or later hehe, but yes I was a guest on the AITH (Arrow in the Head) podcast titled Bloods, Bullets & Broads. Finally they had the broad part of the title on, after 26 episodes they finally ended the sausage fest and I was their first female guest.

I had such a blast with Ammon and Eric, and I was so happy to get the invite to come on. I think we got a pretty solid show, it was a real blast I gotta say.

You can give it a listen below and check out the website for more details.


Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Twilight: My Opinion

With New Moon out at the end of this week, all I am hearing about is Twilight. I am honestly so sick and tired of hearing about it. I honestly cannot understand the appeal of this and just how big it is. Now when another big thing was all the rage called Harry Potter, I based my judgment on just how annoying it was actually hearing about, not having actually read the book or anything. I did go and see the film and I was blown away, it was a great film and a fun ride. I enjoyed the characters and the story, so I went out and got the books and read them. They were actually really well written books, great character development and a lot of fun.

Now last year all I was hearing about was Twilight and fantastic the film was and how good the books were. So curiosity got the better of me, so I decided to go see the film and see what all the fuss was about. I had seen Catherine Hardwicke's debut film Thirteen and thought that was excellent, so I thought yeah she could probably do this thing well. Robert Pattinson was great in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, so I thought surely he'd do well in this.

Uhh yeah boy was I ever wrong? The film as a whole I think is a failure, at its core it is a romance between two that aren't really supposed to be together. A vampire and a human, how hard is that to do? Apparently really difficult, because what I saw was a weak romance, zero chemistry between the characters and appalling acting. Robert Pattinson was awful as Edward, the first half of the film he looks like he is going to throw up, he can't say anything convincingly and I couldn't believe he wanted Bella, maybe to eat her but as his girlfriend, erm no. It was watching a terrible train wreck and it was so insanely unintentionally hilarious Twilight was easily one of the funniest films I saw in 2008.

Kristen Stewart was not any better, she had two facial expressions, mouth closed or mouth open and showing teeth. Her acting was slightly better then his, but she was just not convincing and her had more chemistry with Taylor Lautner as Jacob. I am sorry but Bella and Edward I did not feel it at all, they don't have chemistry. There was no romance, it was forced and it was not at all convincing. I wanted there to be some kind of firey passion but there was none. I found the characters to be not very likable either, they just seemed like a bunch of morons.

Now I know I am not really the target audience but people my age love it, I can't see it. Yes this is meant for tweens/teens, but I have seen films meant for that audience that easily shit all over this rubbish. Now when I first saw this film I was a bit more kinder towards it, however the more I thought about it, the more I found I did not like it at all. It wasn't just issues with the main characters, the supporting ones were poor as well and their acting left a lot to be desired.

The vampire mythology is something that changes all the time, I don't have a problem with that. Personally I like what they served up in Near Dark, it was torn down to the basics and I loved that. But what the hell happened here? No vampires burning in the sun? No instead when they hit sunlight they glitter, yes they glitter. Um why? It is awful and it translated even worse on film. It was quite possibly the dumbest and most hilarious thing I had seen for a long time! Sure they clearly wanted an excuse to allow them out in the day with no sun around, but this was just terrible. And don't get me started on the tree climbing stuff, it was awful! Laughable, so unintentionally laughable, it was hard to watch at times. It made me cringe so much, not even The Office (UK) had my cringing that much. Oh and these vampires don't have fangs, because they weren't pussy enough, they had to make them even more pussier.

The vampires also looked hilarious, and in such a bad way. The Cullen Family, whoa, I haven't seen vampires look that bad for a long time. The white hair, the eyes, it was terrible and silly! The only one who looked fine was Alice played by Ashley Greene and she looked hot in the baseball scene and that was the only thing decent about that scene. The badies weren't all that bad, one of them looked stupid but they weren't all that bad. Still needed improvement like everything else but not as bad.

After reading all this, and you haven't seen Twilight you'd be wondering why in the heck people are so obsessed, and I am confused by it. Is it that all the girls think Pattinson is hot? I really don't see the attraction, he's alright looking but everytime I see him he looks high on drugs. There are other guys to obsess over I am sure. People want him and Kristen to be dating or not dating, they are on all the magazine covers. Kristen is boring, I don't see the whole appeal honestly. Pictures of them maybe holding hands was like the talk of the day, who cares? The more people buy into this trash the more popular it is going to be, and it is a sad state of society when those two make headlines over real news.

Now to touch on the book, I tried to read it and it was terrible. Stephanie Meyer I am sorry love but you aren't a good writer, when I can't bare to read something, it has to be bad. After reading what happens in the future books I felt sick to my stomach. It sounds awful, and I can't believe people like this. Sure we all have our own tastes and opinions but I honestly thought people in general had more sense. The more I read what happens, the more I can see Meyer is pushing her beliefs and hiding them in something like this. Now I am all for people expressing their beliefs but when you push them on people you can stay away from me and doing it like this is the same thing. And it is funny that people don't see it either.

This is my opinion and I would like it to be respected. Fair enough if you like Twilight, like it all you want. I don't like it, and I am sick of it. Hate on me for having an opinion which is different from your own, just goes to show what type of person you really are, ooooooo yeah!

Now if you want to see an actual good film with the target audience being teenagers, and it features teenage vampires and a love story and some awesome stuff, go watch The Lost Boys! If you want to see a vampire film where they will burn in the sunlight, it has romance and it has blood, go see Near Dark. These are two examples of vampire films done right, and they are actually good!

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #103

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #103


Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Super Podcast Episode 15: No Holds Barred Baby! w/ J.A. Hamilton (JoBlo Writer/Hollywood Raw)

Welcome to Episode 15 of the Super Podcast, this is an episode so epic it comes to you in three parts! As I don’t do these alone, I am joined with another member of the JoBlo family J.A. Hamilton! If you visit the site (if you don’t whats wrong with you, go there now!) you might know J.A. as the C’Mon Hollywood guy as well as writing the comic strip and writing DVD reviews. J.A. also runs his own blog Hollywood Raw which is pretty awesome as well, it is like as awesome as Super Blog hehe. Now that I am done kissing his behind, lets get to the podcast! This one has been in the works for quite some time, so when we got together there was a lot to discuss and a lot of things to shoot the shit about.

Highlights for the 3 parter epic include:

  • The usual sucking up, and giving love to JoBlo and making it quite clear it is in fact not a porn site!
  • We talk about the implications of having your opinion out there and the massive backlash it gets (death threats too .. wha??)
  • We give love to the classic 80’s action/martial arts films, and again Loren Avedon comes up, because he rocks.
  • J.A. likes to name drop on the actors he’s met, and how one he kind of forgot his name!
  • We discuss how much of an impact horror films have had on us, what scares us?
  • For some reason wrestling comes up in the conversation, gotta love that, right?
  • We discuss the problems in Hollywood, and how they affect the genres we love.
  • And much, much, more!
There is so much we discuss, those are only a few of the things you will hear in the three parter epic! It was fantastic to have J.A. join me for the show and hopefully he will come back on soon. He is such a fan of the podcast that he was inspired to write a C’Mon Hollywood based on the subject of Episode 14! Gotta love that stuff right there! Again thank you J.A. it was a real pleasure! As always you can give me your feedback and opinions, I do welcome them, just no death threats please! Find me at

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Monday, November 16, 2009

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #102

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #102

Naked Lunch

Sunday, November 15, 2009

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #101

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #101

The House On Sorority Row

This poster came up during a discussion on a podcast I'm guesting on this week :)

Friday, November 13, 2009

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus


I am sure you have all heard of this film, it was in the middle of production when Heath Ledger passed away. The film's future remained in doubt without Heath but Terry Gilliam got himself a few replacements and completed the film. So how did the last film of Heath Ledger hold up? For this young lady, I thought it was fantastic!

Terry Gilliam is an unusual film maker, and if you look over his filmography, all his films are quite different. For me, he can be hit and miss. I have enjoyed some of his films and others I really couldn't get into. I don't think it is any secret that my favourite film of his is 12 Monkeys, and it is certainly one of his more darker and thought provoking films. He certainly isn't for everyone, and I am sure there are people out there who wont like this film.

After seeing the trailer to this, I had it on my radar, I thought it looked quite good and different. However after seeing it, it was not at all what I was expecting, and that is a good thing! It ended up being just so much more, and the way it unraveled was so good to see. It is one of the rare films I have really been surprised with this year.

So what is it about? To put it in simple terms, there is a travelling theatre company consisting of Dr Parnassus (Christopher Plummer), his daughter Valentina (Lily Cole), Percy (Verne Troyer) and Anton (Andrew Garfield) who give their audience a lot more then they were expecting inside of the Imaginarium. Now that might have you some what confused or thinking, eh?? But it is better to keep it simple because the less you know the better! And where does Heath come in? He plays Tony, a man who joins their company.

The cast are all fantastic, Christopher Plummer is just amazing as Dr Parnassus and Gilliam really did find the right man for the job. He is always on the ball, and he really does disappear into the character. I loved him! Lily Cole is simply gorgeous and she was also right on the ball. She hit all the right notes as Valentina, not an easy role to tackle but she did it and did it well. Surprisingly Verne Troyer was quite good as Percy, he had a few off moments but for the most part I thought he was quite good. The role was well written and with the right direction he can act. Andrew Garfield was good as Anton, his character I found annoying at times but towards the second half as it got a bit more tackling I think he pulled it off. Tom Waits as Mr. Nick was just simply fantastic, who better to play this role? It surely had to be written for him because it was just the right fit. I am always happy to see Tom in film, but this just worked so perfectly, I loved him. Heath was good, there were some scenes he was spectacular and it is so sad to think this was his last performance, who knows how far he would have come if he was still with us. His opening scene will leave you a bit shocked, I had no idea how he would be introduced and it was just extremely sad. Now to where his replacements come in, some clever re-writes which ended up working perfectly have Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell play different sides to Tony. I think Johnny Depp perfectly channeled Heath with his performance and his scenes are extremely moving. I thought he was great. Jude Law was alright, his scenes were different and he wasn't really channeling the character of Tony or Heath but more being Jude Law. Colin Farrell faired better, his scenes were probably the most difficult to do as they come with a big reveal. He was channeling Johnny Depp as Heath, rather then Heath. He did well and I think with at least Johnny and Colin, he picked the right replacements.

Visually this film is stunning, that is something Gilliam knows how to do! His visuals, no matter what the setting are always fantastic. The Imaginarium looks and feels so fantastic, some scenes are just so beautiful I wanted to keep looking at them rather then progress with the film. There are certain scenes which stick out but I wont go into them because it will spoil it. But there is one towards the middle of the film in a Mall that is just really fantastic.

This is a film that basically places you right in, and you need to work out what is going on. No spoon feeding here, and I like films like this. I mean they don't always work but for me this really did. It is like a strange fairytale, and an adventure with meaning. I really enjoyed this film, and I felt it was one of Gilliams better efforts.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Kick-Ass teaser trailer

I've been hearing a lot about this film and what was shown apparently blew people away at Comic-Con. Finally a teaser has been released and I got to say this looks really promising. I don't want to get excited and get my hopes up, but this really does look like it could be a good time. Something a little bit different with the superhero genre.

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #100

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #100

Dr. Strangelove or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

R.I.P. Toby 1996-2009

R.I.P. Toby 1996-2009

On Monday, November 9th my little one Toby passed away at around 7:30am and we found him at 8am under the bush. It seems he passed peacefully an quietly after suffering for many years from a heart murmur, heart disease, lung problems which caused them to get fluid build up and more recently a hernia. Any number of things could have ended his life, but it seems likely his heart failed or his lungs had fluid build up.

Toby was almost 14 years old, and I got him when I was 11 years old. I have had the little guy for over half my life, and we had been through a lot together. I am so proud of him for lasting just over a year here in Melbourne. He went through a lot when we moved, we had to give up the cats River and Billy which was heart breaking for us all, and I think Toby felt it the most. The new change was a lot for him, as was the car ride here. But he did settle in really well, and we loved it here. Unfortunately due to his health I wasn't able to walk him often, it was his favourite thing in the world to do. He also got to know his cousin Carlos, and I know they enjoyed each others company. Carlos kept us company yesterday, and he was really sad all day, he knew poor Toby had left us and even he left his loss.

Toby was such a big part of my life, and from the moment we got him we knew he was a special little guy. My father and I had been debating on what sort of dog to get, and we looked high and low. I wanted a little Chihuahua and he wanted a Papillion (A french breed which is bigger then a Chihuahua with butterfly like ears), and one day friends of ours had been given a little Chihuahua but they were not able to care for him and knowing we were looking for one offered him to us. We loved him as soon as we saw this gorgeous little thing, and we took him in. I will never forget bringing him home and he hid under the table. He took him awhile to get used to things, but he attached himself to my Dad straight away. They were inseparable! On Tobys first Vet visit, they gave us the news he wasn't a pure Chihuahua, he was too big and he had some interesting ears. Infact, he was a Chihuahua X Papillion! The two dogs we wanted all in one, by some freak luck! You can see how special he really was to us.

Over the years Toby had been a little trouble maker, but we loved him all the same. I will never forget running after him we he slipped out of the gate, running all over Para Hills in the rain to find him. One day we couldn't find him, I was crying, we drove back home and the little bugger was waiting for us wagging his tail at the gate! Ahh the good ol days! Then he had his interesting habits which he did pretty much up until last week. He loved to hump, normally he would hump a blanket or an old shirt. But he did it all the time, and he especially loved to do it when company was around, he had to show off! Anyone that knew Toby saw him do it, he was so funny.

As I mentioned poor Toby had a lot of health problems, and he almost died several times. He had a hernia before and on the eve of my 18th birthday he had live saving surgery to remove it. Unfortunately this year it came back, not sure how or why. His heart problems gave us the most troubles, and he was on daily medication at least twice a day and this had been the case for years. He even used to suffer bad skin allergies when spring time came around, and a few years ago he had to have 7 teeth removed. He had spine problems due to his age, and he had ligament problems as well. So he had been through a lot, and it is amazing he almost made it to 14 years.

He's given me 14 years of loving memories and experiences and he has been through all the highs and lows with me. I am going to miss him so much, it is still sinking in that he's gone. I feel like I have lost apart of myself, and like with a huge loss it will take a lot of time to get over. I still think he's out in the backyard and I go to let him in and remember he isn't there. I will miss my little one, and he'll be in my heart forever.

In two weeks I will get his ashes, and I think I am going to keep them close to me, he deserved nothing less then that.

Saturday, November 7, 2009

Super Podcast Ep 14 - Top 5 Worst & Best WTF Film Moments w/Tony Lang (JoBlo News Writer)

Welcome to Episode 14 of the Super Podcast, this latest installment is another top 5 where we over two topics. Now when I saw we, that means myself and my guest Tony Lang from This isn’t just any Top 5, infact we discuss two Top 5’s, Worst and then Best WTF Moments in films. Now you might be asking yourself WTF on that, haha! Well WTF Moments, are moments that either make or break the film. You might be watching a great film and a line is spoken or something happens to just completely throw the film out the window. Or a moment happens that makes you sit up and notice and the scene is so great it sticks with you. This is what we discuss and I think you’ll enjoy it.

Highlights include:

  • Tony introduces himself and we basically kiss each others asses haha
  • We get started on the Worst WTF Moments, and some picks are rather funny.
  • As we get to the middle of our list, I think our choices are just getting us worked up.
  • Our number 1’s are easily moments which are not pleasant and if you liked them, I would love to know!
  • Moving on to our great moments, it is clear just how moved we were by the scenes.
  • Tony picks a scene to a film he didn’t really think was that great, mine I loved.
  • I make a really bad joke, and we move along with our list and it gets very passionate.
  • Our number 1’s clearly mean a lot to us, and they do stand out.
  • And much, much more!

I would like to thank Tony again for joining me for the show, taking the time out to have a good chat with yours truly. Head over to JoBlo and check out Tony’s articles and give him the love or hate he deserves for his work. As always I love to get feedback and hear what your picks might be so feel free to drop me a line at or leave me a comment. Stay classy!

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Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #99

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #99


Friday, November 6, 2009

Tribute to King Of The Kickboxers

One of my all time favourite action films/martial arts films is King of the Kickboxers. This film kicks so much ass, and Loren Avedon proves just what a fantastic martial artist he is, and just how damn good he looks on screen!

This is a film I could easily watch every single day, I love it so much. Yes it might be a bit of a Kickboxer rip off, but that doesn't make it any less awesome. The martial arts sequences are just beyond fantastic, the choreography is top notch, and the final battle between Loren Avedon and Billy Blanks is one of the best shown downs.

What really sets this film a part from others, it is just so much fun! Everything about it is great, the storyline, the acting, the humor, the action, it all just comes together so well and it has the right blend that just makes it work. It is hard to just not gush over how awesome this film really is.

If you are looking to get started in checking out martial arts films of the 80's and early 90's this is the perfect one to start with. I would also recommend checking out Loren's other films, he is so fantastic and his martial arts skills are tops!

Check out the oh so awesome trailer!

Check out Loren in this great interview!

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #98

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #98

Reservoir Dogs (Polish Poster)

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

American Ninja 1, 2, 3 & 4

It is no secret, I love action films, specifically I love martial arts films. The 80's and early 90's gave us some very special ones, they are in a league of their own. I had heard about a series of films called American Ninja, and it has been on the to see list for the better half of this year. So finally, decided to sit down and watch 1 through 4 (still need to track down 5). So what did I think? Did they live up to expectations? Yes and no, but I will get to that ... lets move on to ...

American Ninja (4/5)

First off, I enjoyed the heck out of this film, it had all the ingredients I look for in a martial arts film. Over the top and silly storyline, check! Ninjas, check! Hero, check! Questionable acting, check! So whats this about? I don't even feel like going into it, just know it has Michael Dudikoff as Joe this pretty boy army guy with amnesia who happens to be a ninja to fight the ninjas. That's basically all you need to know, you don't go into a film like this for a fantastic plot line and great character development. You go in wanting action, a few laughs and NINJAS! I got all of that and then some.

The only fault with this film is it does take itself a bit too seriously, and you get those moments of unintentional laughs, but it just seems to work anyway. The end show down is legendary, and this film has a high re-watchable value. It isn't on par with the likes of King of the Kickboxers or No Retreat No Surrender but it is a good fun film and I enjoyed it. And in the end that is all that matters!

American Ninja trailer, complete with original title!

American Ninja 2 (3.5/5)

Joe and his trusty sidekick, black Rambo Curtis Jackson just can not seem to stay away from them Ninjas. New bad guys who employ Ninjas need to be dealt with. The storyline is even more outrageous, but at least this time around it does not take itself as serious and it knows what kind of film it is. Again it is a lot of fun, and the Ninja's just seem to be more stupid. I sat back and enjoyed them getting their asses handed to them by Joe, he really does kick ass.

Michael Dudikoff really settles into the role and he comes off a lot more natural this time around and Steve James just seems to be having so much fun too. Storyline is really bad, it was better in the first film but it doesn't stop this from being a fun ride and an enjoyable film.

American Ninja 3 (3/5)

So we have a new hero for the film David Bradley as Sean, who happens to be another american ninja, meets up with our sidekick Curtis Jackson to take on ... evil ninjas! Yes, the same old thing again with a wacky storyline, but lots of fun to be had. The ninjas seem to get dumber with each film but then it is fun to see the good guys beat the shit out of them.

David Bradley is as good as a replacement as any for Michael Dudikoff, he wasn't half bad with his acting and his martial arts skills are fantastic, after all he was a karate champion just like in the film. Again this film doesn't take itself seriously and it helps the enjoyment of it, because you just take it for what it is.

American Ninja 4 (3/5)

Pretty much the same as above, silly as heck storyline, even dumber ninjas, but we get both David Bradley and Michael Dudikoff in the same film and teaming up towards the end.
The beginning we get David Bradley and his adventures and then in the second half we get Michael Dudikoff's, and then it all comes together right at the end.

Again the storyline is silly beyond belief, but it makes it that much more fun to watch. Theres even a crew of Mad Max extras in the film to add to the craziness. It is hard to write a review of the film without giving too much away, best way to watch these films is to dive in head first.

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #96

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #96

American Ninja

Okay so some people might think this poster sucks, but c'mon it is all sorts of 80's martial arts awesomeness!

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #95

Awesome Film Poster Of The Day #95

Bram Stoker's Dracula