woensdag 26 juni 2013



Directed by Leon Paul De Bruyn (2003) Starring Cecilia Bergqvist, Bob Dougherty, Leo Franquet, Paul Houwen, Hugo Vanden Brmet, Willy Leus, Johanna Lesage, Leen Vandereycken, Norman Baert, John Idem, Bert Strouwen, Jaak Varbist, Geert Hoornaert, Bruno Vandebossche with LLOYD KAUFMAN as Carl Ressler Troma Entertainment brings you a family-affair stabbed full of murder, blood, gore and zombies!!! Beyond the front door of an old, decrepit house is buried a horrible and tragic past. One horrifying and gory night, a family of four is brutally hacked to pieces. The only survivor is the young and beautiful housekeeper, Ella. When she steps out of the house one day, She has no way of realizing that she is about to be snatched up by failed bank robber, Jason Goodis. Little does he know that his innocent hostage has an unquenchable thirst for blood! Outside, the house is surrounded by police. Inside, they are not alone. Down in the basement there is an unseen restless stirring. As the tension mounts, Jason Goodis can't fight the urge to escape. There are noises in the attic, sounds coming from the basement. Ella lures him into the garden where he is grazed by a sniper's bullet. The captor has become the captured. The sight of his blood drives Ella into a feeding frenzy. Jason Goodis will never be the same man again. You will be mesmerized and horrified as the climax culminates in a frantic feast! The police are storming the house, creatures are storming from fresh graves and everybody's hungry! A vicious blood-splattered fiesta ensues when Night of the Living Dead meets Redneck Zombies! In this household there is no telling who will be invited to dinner, who will be the main course or who might become Parts of the Family!

vrijdag 31 mei 2013


The guy who did the english voices should stand trial for crimes agains humanity.

dinsdag 21 mei 2013


Not exactly b-grade trash, oh well... Live action series produced by Filmation. Based on an abandoned idea for a Star Trek spin-off about starfleet academy. Look at the voluminous haircuts! I'm quite sure they are sentient beings from outer space. Also, the antagonist, some sort of floating red light -related to HAL9000?- is rather easily persuaded in releasing the boy who takes care of the chrystals. After all, they have to resolve the storyline in +20 mins (I guess they programmed the show on saturday mornings). Some sound effects may sound very familiar, I expected Mister Spock to pop up any second but he didn't. The characters are all quite happy and upbeat. They're spacehappy! or is it looming space madness? Their robot Peepo is the most inanimate one in the history of robots in s/f. Unfortunately they only uploaded this episode and not more because despite it's overall silliness i like it.

dinsdag 29 januari 2013

"ROBOCORPSE" (1989) directed by U.N. Known

"RoboCorpse" is a shameless rip-off of 1987's "RoboCop" in the same vein as "Robo Vampire" (1988). It was filmed in Germany using french actors with a speech impediment for supporting roles (they attempted to swallow razorblades) so some dialogue is subtitled using alphabet cookies because there was no budget for real subtitles. All lead roles are played by American actors but for some reason they scream their lines in almost every scene. When viewing this obscure movie one notices that letters and whole words are missing from the subtitles because the guy in charge of subtitling ate them. He's also responible for the cumstain that is visible for almost 20 minutes. You see: for the subtitling the guy played the video on a tv-screen and he then would film it with a camera and subtitle it in real time. Apparantly he was impressed by the fysique of the lead actress (the unknown Kelly Berkley) because he blew his wad all over her. It also doesn't help the movie that his dick is waving over the screen from time to time when the lead actress is shown. The plot: in the near future cop Michael O'Leary (Tom Selleck) dies after having sex with a super-AIDS-infected lovemaking cyborg (Mickey Roony). O'Leary dies of super-AIDS and is brought back to life in the headquarters of Skynet, the company that runs the police force and also pretty much everything else in Old Dallas. A crew of doctors and scientists then attaches his brain to a 76-year old tranvestite who passed away a decade ago and since then was kept in cryogenic suspension. Since that doesn't work out too well (RoboCorpse kills almost the whole crew who built him and has sex with their lifeless bodies. During breaks he discusses filosophical subjects with them) a new crew attaches his brain, spinal chord and part of his face to a cyborg. After the joining of man and machine he is deployed in Old Dallas for law enforcement. But he soon finds out that he once was Michael O'Leary and what happened to him and starts to hunt down the thugs who sold him the faulty super-AIDS-infected lovemaking cyborg. When he finds them he wants to kill them by reading hermetic poetry to them but that is prevented by the Cyborg Poetry Prevention Unit of Skynet since the lead thug is good friends with the vice-president of Skynet. Also, Skynet is in need for whorebots in their corporate brothel in the red light district of Old Dallas and RoboCorpse is deployed there (suckee fuckee is 300 credits). So far the story is quite interesting but halfway the second act Tom Selleck is replaced by an unknown actor with an obvious fake moustache, speaks chinese and doesn't seem to know what he is doing on a movie set. Also, in some action scenes a RoboCop-action figure that is altered to look like RoboCorpse (a felt tip pen was used to draw a moustache on the figure and it was drenched in spaghetti to look like his bowels are sticking out of the body armour) is used. You can clearly see the hand holding the doll. The scene in which RoboCorpse confronts a giant cat (which is in fact a normal sized cat) seems to be thrown in by chance. Also, the "giant" dog running away with the doll between his teeth and the director, trying to get the doll back, running after the dog seems a bit odd. The third act is even more over the top. The unknown Chinese actor is suddenly replaced by a picture of Tom Selleck's face cut out of a magazine and pasted on the makeshift RoboCorpse-action figure. The thugs who escaped RoboCorpse's attempt for revenge are back (still wearing their McDonald's uniforms as if they were pulled from their working spot. None of the thugs are played by professional actors) and start to throw Big Macs at RoboCorpse. Suddenly they show some clips from "Indepence Day", suggesting Old Dallas is invaded by aliens. The thugs are destroyed with a laserbeam (for which a Star Wars lightsabre toy was used), RoboCorpse is beamed on board the alien vessel (still using clips from "Independence Day" combined with shots of cardboard props & the RoboCorpse doll. You have to give the editor credit for his flawless editing). The aliens look like humans wearing green rubber masks, one of them even wears a Nirvana t-shirt. They restore O'Leary to his former self (now played by David Hasselhoff wearing a fake moustache), send him back to earth to fight a robotic dinosaur sent to destroy Skynet. By whom or what the RoboSaurus is sent remains unknown but by this point the viewer doesn't care anymore. The movie suddenly ends while the action is still going on. While O'Leary is trying to destroy RoboSaurus the end credits (real credits, no cookies) roll over the screen and then fades to black with only credits and the sound of heavy battle and the RoboCorpse theme left so the ending remains unknown. In an interview both Tom Selleck and David Hasselhoff claim to have no memory of this movie.