- Music Reviews
- July 29, 2021
9th and Walnut (Epitaph). Review by Scott Adams.
The hard-boiled Italian cop film genre known as Poliziotteschi gets its due in a five film Blu-ray box set
Stylish Japanese tale of vengeance with samurais and geishas.
L.A. Exes go Skinny Dipping in Kate Micucci’s swimming pool (Literally)
A quick look at how everyday sounds heighten the tension in Zola (2021)
Dir: Yasuzô Masumura (Arrow Video). Review by Phil Bailey.
Jill Gevargizian’s lush horror film The Stylist shines in a great new Blu-ray release.
Low budget mogul Bill Rebane gets the box set treatment from Arrow Video.
Motel (Tiki Sounds). Review by Phil Bailey.
Despite being denied theatrical release, Adam Stovall’s striking debut feature gets an amazing Blu-ray release from Arrow Video.
The early Nico Mastorakis giallo/sci-fi/comedy hybrid cult classic Death Has Blue Eyes looks great on Blu-ray.
Moonlight Gram. Review by Phil Bailey.
Jack Hill’s girl-gang classic Switchblade Sisters gets an overdue deluxe Blu-ray release.
Teruo Ishii’s first torture film gets the love from Arrow Video on a lush new Blu-ray.
6x (New Single from the forthcoming album BEVERLEE). Review by Phil Bailey.
Saving Disco Songs from Demolition
Modern update of Fall of the House of Usher where all may not be as it seems.
A pair of Japanese takes on The Invisible Man make their first appearance in the U.S.
Dir: Richard Kelly (Arrow Video). Review by Phil Bailey.
Kôji Wakamatsu’s 1967 horror film inspired by the Richard Speck nurse murders is still shocking decades later.
Phil Bailey gets contrarian about Hammer Film’s Lust for a Vampire