It's Ninja time again. Cinema Snob breaks out a clumsy, incoherent and extremely violent film of nut-kicking proportions. Set somewhere in Miami, a rock band and a violent biker gang, both trained in the martial arts, ...
The Cinema Snob reviews Zombie 2, which is not a sequel to Zombie, but rather it is the first Zombie, which is an unofficial follow-up to Dawn of the Dead, which is also called Zombie in some places. Two Zombies, therefore...Zombie 2?
The Cinema Snob takes us back to the gay '50s: a time of burger stands, flashy cars, golden oldies muttered on the soundtrack, and horny teens experiencing spring romance...all male teens, that is. If you ever thought American Graffiti needed more gay, this is your movie, bro.
It's another Italian zombie movie as the Cinema Snob revisits an old "friend", Bruno Mattei, and watches his take on the franchise, featuring a gung-ho SWAT team and two yuppie reporters investigating an outbreak in New Guinea.
The Snob reviews the critically acclaimed Italian horror movie Suspiria, by Dario Argenta. This captivating parade of creepy imagery features a young girl being terrorized at a private school that delves into witchcraft.
The Snob is dismayed to hear his idols Siskel and Ebert trash Friday the 13th: (Not) The Final Chapter, saying it's nothing but stabbing and sets a bad influence toward teenagers. So he decides to review the movie himself and discovers there's much more to it.
What's this? The Cinema Snob found a porno parody of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? Will we get to see toons and humans going at it, giving a whole new definition to "pattycake"? There's as much chance of that as the Snob finding a decent E.T. spoof.
Beyond the Darkness is not your garden variety love story. Join the Cinema Snob as he discovers this creepy Italian horror movie is really about a crazed taxidermist who stuffs his wife and butchers hitchhikers.
The Snob reviews an entry into Fulci's "dead trilogy." This delightful little chiller features a haunted house by a cemetery, a disappearing little girl, an invisible killer on the loose, and the new bane of the Snob's existence: Bob.
Since another Friday the 13th is upon us, it's time again for the Snob to review another Jason Voorhees movie. But he already reviewed Friday the 13th: Part V in 2009, so he decides to go down a different path and review the porno spoof of the fifth film.
It's Ninja time again. Cinema Snob breaks out a clumsy, incoherent and extremely violent film of nut-kicking proportions. Set somewhere in Miami, a rock band and a violent biker gang, both trained in the martial arts, go toe to toe, and foot to nose.