- Screen Reviews
- March 28, 2017
Will this gleefully offensive indie horror movie bring about a DIY horror boom?
Frozen Time (Jirafa Records / Pari San). Review by Carl F Gauze.
Do Not Disturb (Esoteric Antenna). Review by Al Pergande.
Follow the career of landmark animator Ray Harryhausen in this extensive documentary on the King of Stop Motion.
American Psycho: Original London Cast Recording. Review by Carl F Gauze.
Babylon’s Burning (Westworld Records). Review by Al Pergande.
Part art film, part documentary, this film fascinates Carl F Gauze by exploring the history and future of seeds and agriculture.
The world of Cult Cinema gets its own guidebook.
Pam Grier triumphs in Sheba, Baby!
The Blu-ray reissue of Comin’ At Ya, a 1981 3D Spaghetti Western movie falls flat.
Real to Reel (High Moon Records). Review by Al Pergande.
We follow the rocking Scorpions on their farewell tour. After fifty years on stage not only can they still rock, they have Mikhail Gorbachev as a friend.
Four well-to-do men gather in an obscure Parisian house to commit suicide by eating themselves to death. Part black comedy, part dated social commentary it mixes sex and humor and some very nice cooking tips.
A young couple travel to the Greek isle of Mykonos for a week of sex and slaying. It’s horror, but a clean cut, sexy kind of horror.
Andrew Goldman makes a film about Andrew Goldman failing in life. It’s more self-referentialism than you can shake an in-joke at.
Lego super-heroes take over Brick Journal
The rise of punk in our nation’s capital gets chronicled in Salad Days.
Twenty years of hard rocking leads to a nice home in the suburbs, a stable marriage and a beautiful daughter.
The hit musical Annie returns to Broadway and we get a backstage look at the production and preparation. Now Carl F Gauze can’t stop singing the title song.
Was Led Zeppelin’s 1969 show at the Wheaton Youth Center in rural Maryland an urban legend, or just the smallest and worst prompted show of their career? Carl F Gauze discovers the truth is not that easy.
Graffiti artist from around the world explain their art and culture as we watch them paint it in stop motion.