For this week’s episode of Good Bad Flicks I begin the exploration into Ozploitation with the 1982 classic Turkey Shoot. There are so many greats in the genre it took me a while to decide which one to do first. Turkey Shoot is a very sadistic and yet entertaining movie set in the dystopian future of 1995.
This week’s episode of Good Bad Flicks is about The Guyver. Growing up with Godzilla, Gamera, and Ultraman, I’ve always had a soft spot for movies with monsters in rubber outfits. The Guyver is a silly but fun throwback to those old Japanese monster movies. The creature effects in this are a step up from the movies of old and they look great even though at times they are noticeably flimsy.
This week’s episode of of Good Bad Flicks is about Friday the 13th part VII. Hands down one of the definitive slashers of the 80s, Friday the 13th part VII never gets old. If more slashers would have taken risks like this one did the genre wouldn’t have gone stale in the 90s.
I can’t believe it took me this long to do an episode of of Good Bad Flicks about this movie. A fun sci-fi flick that I’ve seen easily over a dozen times. Giant robots fighting in a post apocalyptic warzone. Great entertainment.
This episode of Good Bad Flicks is about the classic 1988 remake of the Blob. With a great cast, great writing, and great directing this film is, well, great. The blob effects still hold up to this day and the movie really deserves to be known as one of the best remakes of it’s time.
Ahhhhh, back to making new episodes. I took April off to make on a short film that I had been working on since January. (I had hoped to be back sooner but filming in the rain made me sick and I was out of commission for a week) My first time directing, I also wrote and did some of the editing. I had a great crew of 5 people and a wonderful cast that made the filming an awesome experience. Currently working with my editor doing post production and if all goes well I should have it ready soon. When it is finished I’ll post it here. I’m very excited and I can’t wait to get this one finished and then on to the next, we have some great stuff planned.
Anyway, since most of the grunt work was finished there I was able to get back to new episodes of GBF. This week is the 1988 remake of the 50s classic, The Blob. This time around it’s a bit more fact than funny but still a solid episode. Hope you enjoy.
In this episode of Good Bad Flicks I discuss my favorite movies of 2010. I also end the show with 2 movies that really stunk.
In this episode of Good Bad Flicks I discuss the action thriller Hackers. In one of the best examples of style over substance, this movie is all about being flashy. However, it does an excellent job at just that and ends up as one of the best and most fun ways you can kill 90+ minutes. Highly recommended. The movie is also one of Angelina Jolie’s early works.
This week was a bit stressful. After I recorded my audio I discover the mic was screwed. So I had to run out and get a different mic and re-record my audio at 2 am friday night. I wasn’t used to this one and I had to build the most ghetto pop filter ever so I apologize for the letter popping or if it comes off breathy. I did my best to tone it down.
The show must go on though, and I think this is still a darn good episode.
In this episode of Good Bad Flicks I discuss the cult classic Night of the Creeps. It’s a movie that seemlessly merges zombies, aliens, humor, parasites, and all kinds of other horror elements into one amazing film.
In this episode of Good Bad Flicks I discuss the often overlooked vampire film Dracula 2000. It’s a fun vampire film with some good twists and a great cast.
In this episode of Good Bad Flicks I discuss the sci-fi flick Screamers. It’s a very entertaining movie based on the short story Second Variety by Philip K Dick. I’ve been wanting to do a show on this for a while and glad I finally got to it. Hope you enjoy.