There's nothing deeply memorable about this horror-comedy offering and I did go in expecting the worst, but I ended up enjoying the cozy vibe it gave me. A demon with a silly name and a guy unworthy to be his human sacrifice become roommates, kinda. It's not the healthiest relationship, but sometimes you just take what you can get. At least until you can find a more suitable human sacrifice.
Stone Cold 2005
I dig Selleck as an older divorced guy settling down in a small town with a surprising amount of crime and corruption while dealing with all the ladies wanting him. The serial killer couple was a delicious touch here. However, the high school girl rape subplot was a little too Afterschool Special for my tastes.
Watched with Jason.
Cemetery Man 1994
Jason Recommends 4: the blowing-kitten's-mind edition!
It seems like every Michele Soavi film I see just ramps up the greatness. I started with The Church, which I enjoyed, but then I saw The Sect and that just blew it out of the water. Everything I could want in my Italian horror experience, a cult, a satanic baby, random plot choices. Now though, I've seen the ultimate Soavi film! This feels like a leftover gift from my birthday yesterday.
Blood Diner 1987
I liked Blood Feast, but this made me 20x happier that I had seen it beforehand. The levels of silly here almost reach Troma and there are so many obviously fake body parts flying left and right! I appreciate that they didn't go for some fake swirly effect when someone got hypnotized, just a wide eyed stare.
That ending is just wild, you got lazer beam eyes shooting people and a loud punk song about a stud pony and a…