Blu Review: Vinegar Syndrome’s Malibu High (Irvin Berwick)

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Kim is a hard bitten 70’s schoolgirl, living with her trashy widower mother in a typical California single level ranch house. She smokes, drinks, cusses and wears tops that make her look like Lookee from She-Ra…and she’s not exactly eye candy, either.

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Blu Review: Joe Sarno’s Vampire Ecstasy / Sin You Sinners

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Sarno discovery and brief-careered Swedish cult starlet Marie Forsa (Justine and Juliette, Butterfly, Immoral Tales) heads a cast of Teutonic dolly birds and more or less unknowns in a much needed, greatly improved upgrade of Joe Sarno’s atmospheric softcore horror opus Vampire Ecstasy.

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Jumpin’ Jehosaphat! Stop Jerking around with those unjustifiably Jejune Review sources…it’s time for another Judiciously perspicacious June Roundup!

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Well, this has been an interesting month.

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DVD Review: Vinegar Syndrome’s Hot Flashes (Leonard Kirtman)

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A decidedly Minneapolis sound / Prince protégée-style theme song sets the mood for this Purple Rain contemporaneous satirical exposee of the television news scene, hardcore style.  Welcome to the wonderful world of Leonard Kirtman’s Hot Flashes…

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More! More! More! Another Marvelously Magnanimous May Roundup

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You know, sometimes getting burned out on crap leads to better things.

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Blu Review: Vinegar Syndrome’s Psycho Cop Returns (aka Psycho Cop 2) (Adam Rifkin)

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“You have the right to remain dead. Anything you say can and will be considered extremely strange, because…you’re dead. You have the right to an attorney…a fat lot of good it’ll do ya, because you’re dead.”

It’s probably no surprise to Third Eye regulars, or listeners to Weird Scenes, or anyone who’d heard the April Fools Day Slasherama I did with SOV slasher director Tim Ritter on the Third Eye podcast half a decade ago…but alongside the many cult and arthouse film genres I gravitate towards and adore, I am also a slasher film fan.

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Blu Review: Vinegar Syndrome’s Double Exposure ( William Byron Hillman)

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Director/writer William Byron Hillman (also of David Heavener vehicle Ragin’ Cajun) brings us Double Exposure, a film that positively reeks 1970’s (possibly very early 80’s) TV movie, from the hammy casting and hollow yet in your face foley work right down to the score by Jack Goga.

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