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  • Rocketman



    Let me preface this by saying I've never been an Elton John fan, despite growing up in the 70s. I may have liked a couple of songs (and two of them were covers), but that's about it. Directed by the guy who sorta directed BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY (another film I'm lukewarm on). This is a film that wishes it was ALL THAT JAZZ but instead is more like BEYOND THE SEA (the awful Bobby Darin biopic). Every cliche possible is used:…

  • Invisible Ghost

    Invisible Ghost


    No ghosts, invisible or otherwise, in this. One of the better films from Bela Lugosi's Poverty Row period. Lugosi is mentally ill after his left him and supposedly died in accident. Since then, Lugosi's been strangling people... and that's only part of the weird stuff going on. Directed by Joseph H. Lewis (GUN CRAZY).

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  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters


    Pretty much what I'd hoped for. Ecoterrorists release kaiju from MONARCH's containment facilities. Mothra, Rodan, and a few nameless kaiju (one of whom I'm assuming is Kumonga/Spiga) are on the loose. Worse yet, King Ghidorah has been released as well. Earth's only hope is chonk Godzilla in this battle of the alpha monsters. I've seen people complaining about the human subplot, but it's better than a lot of the ones in the Japanese originals. Still getting used to Chonkzilla, but…

  • That Guy Dick Miller

    That Guy Dick Miller


    I'll flat out say it: if you don't know who Dick Miller then you have no business calling yourself a film fan. This documentary covers Miller's life in three stages. In the first stage he winds up in California and becomes an actor, mainly with director Roger Corman. Miller becomes both a lead (ROCK ALL NIGHT, WAR OF THE SATELLITES and, his most iconic role, A BUCKET OF BLOOD) and a memorable supporting actor (LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS). When Corman…