- Music Reviews
- August 17, 2017
The Siren’s Song (New West Records). Review by James Mann.
A three hour art film about unconventional relations in 1920’s Japan offers wonderful visuals providing you have the patience to endure the story.
A confusing and idiosyncratic movie about a communist cell in 1950’s Japan and where they ended up in 1970.
Mutant ice cream terrorizes America as evil corporations make money off the resultant exploding brains.
Follow the career of landmark animator Ray Harryhausen in this extensive documentary on the King of Stop Motion.
The world of Cult Cinema gets its own guidebook.
Three great post-war Japanese mobster movies are reissued on Blu-Ray.
A classy Italian crime drama filled with sexy women, exciting chases, and small automobiles.
Discover the squishy joys of Italian “Giallo” films, they mix sex and horror and groovy cinematography.
Arrow Films releases two different versions of Edgar Allan Poe’s short story “The Black Cat,” done by two master genre filmmakers.
A former astronaut helps a government agent and a police detective track the source of mysterious alien pod spores, filled with lethal flesh-dissolving acid, to a South American coffee plantation controlled by alien pod clones.
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 well-off teenage boy in Beverly Hills wavers between insanity and believing his family is an incestuous nest of shape-shifting slime monsters with money.
A great ’60s race film Pit Stop reissued on Blu-ray. Gentlemen, start your engines!
Arrow Films releases another pair of exploitation classics, a stylish Yakuza film and a ’80s body horror film.
A loving restoration of this 1981 elegant horror story retells the story if Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde with more nudity and brutality than you might enjoy.
Arrow Films presents two Japanese Yakuza films on Blu-ray for the first time.