Here’s a fascinating documentary on Tom Sullivan and his oeuvre of low budget horror films that remade the genre in the 1980s. Carl F. Gauze reviews Invaluable: The True Story of an Epic Artist.
Here’s the film festival for the underfinanced film-maker. The quality is amazingly high!
Outrageously over-the-top homage to ’70s grindhouse movies, Disco Exorcist is loaded with nudity, gore and disco.
A low budget rip on Team America that forgets to include the wry humor and clever social commentary of the original. Carl F Gauze is unamused.
A 1989 VHS horror flick with big hair, big boobs and some decent late New Wave music. Al Pergande wonders if this is Elvira-fodder yet.
Mr. Sasquatch terrorizes a small town – and perhaps Carl F Gauze – after a poacher traps him by mistake.
Obsessive indie film makers will stop at nothing to complete a low budget horror film before their cast quits or dies.
Call me a dork if you must, but I can’t wait to ogle Wayne Coyne’s backyard space ship and get infected with the alien spirit of Christmas. Carl F Gauze considers Christmas on Mars required watching for the 12-sided dice crowd.
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