- Music Reviews
- July 5, 2022
Beja Power! Electric Soul and Brass from Sudan’s Red Sea Coast (Ostinato Records). Review by Bob Pomeroy.
Lau Kar-leung’s influential horror/comedy/kung fu classic gets a lush release from 88 Films.
The cute rich girl marries the hunky farm hand in the rural South, where appearance is everything.
Long forgotten slasher Deadly Games emerges from the darkness on a new Arrow Video Blu-ray.
The Venom Mob is looking for revenge in this Shaw Brothers classic from 88 Films.
The new German film Sleep (2020) promises to haunt your dreams.
This satirical silent film starring Marion Davies gets a new score and much improved video release from Undercrank Productions.
Robert Brock tries to keep the Lancaster Marionette Theatre up and running as the world changes around him.
Arrow Video delivers Mario Bava’s final film, Shock, on Blu-ray.
Spade bit, to the head of the nude woman, in the bathtub. That’s all you really need to know about this creepy variant of Clue.
Revisit some of the most memorable martial arts movies of the kung fu era with this 12-film box set from legendary Hong Kong film studio, Shaw Brothers.
A documentary on gun violence in urban America through the eyes of our nation’s leading trauma surgeons.
With a new edition of “Dune” out in the galaxy, let’s check out this snazzy reissue from Arrow MVD.
Yokai, Japan’s friendly monsters get the love in Arrow’s new Blu-ray box set and Phil Bailey isn’t spooked.
Lily and Generoso select and review their ten favorite features, seven supplemental films, and two prized repertory releases of 2021.
Synapse Films reissues Lamberto Bava’s epic ’80s gore-filled movies Demons and Demons 2 in beautiful new editions.
The notorious Naziploitation “classic” The Gestapo’s Last Orgy arrives on Blu-ray from 88 Films.
Italy’s first color horror film, Mill of the Stone Women returns as a lush 2 disc Blu-ray release from Arrow Video.
A quartet of producer Sam Katzman’s black and white monster flicks from the ’50s make the jump from the drive-in to Blu-ray.
A sweet time capsule of the days when we kept our music on audio cassettes.
From the maker of Gamera comes a thrilling J-Horror movie for kids on a lush Blu-ray from Arrow Video.