Usually I tend to stick to the more awful old movies, as you might have guessed from previous reviews. But today I made an exception and watched what some might call a classic of epic proportions, The Vikings.
Normally I quite enjoy a horror movie exploring the occult, but oh boy, was I wrong selecting The Black Room when Netflix recommended it.
True, the title me be a little bit clickbait. But today’s news articles on various tech sites made me cringe once again. To start off, I’m trying to cut the cord and I love to consume media, be it movies, TV shows, music and books. And I’m more than happy to pay for it given that the pricing is reasonable. But, here we go…
Who would have guessed that behind a movie with the title “The Earth Dies Screaming” sits a hidden gem. To start, yes, the acting is horrible, and the effects of the budgetary constrains are more than obvious. But aside from that this movie has some aces up its sleeve.
If there is one release I’ve been really looking forward to, it has to be the debut album from VUUR. The new band with veteran Anneke van Giersbergen (ex-The Gathering) on vocals. Their first album is set to release this fall.
The b-movies from the fifties gave us a lot of things to feel scared about. Well true, mostly radioactive monsters. But they didn’t gave us one thing to be really scared about. This gem from the Seventies makes up for it as a population of huge killer rabbits terrorizes the Arizona countryside. Be scared, be fluffy scared!
For movie night it was once again time for a cult classic, and this time one which ticks all the checkboxes for bad 1950 movies. We have a sexy female scientist as a love interest for our hero who really owns the “scream your lungs out damsel in distress” stereotype. A large part of the movie is filled with promotion footage the U.S. Army still had laying around on some dusty shelf. A well known city is in peril. Slow and wooden dialogs. Did I forget something… ah yeah… a giant radioactive octopus.