Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Turtles is a great mash-up for any fan but as someone who grew up in the late 80s and early 90s, this was a lot of fun even if the Turtles’ designs weren’t my favorite, but was able to ignore as the humor was on point.
The Entity to say the least is a unique and pretty graphic supernatural-thriller that features a brave performance from Barbara Hershey and although it’s far from perfect, definitely worth checking out.
Double Face is normally the kind of movie up my alley. The murder-mystery is a bit uneven with the pacing and editing, but even so, I did like Klaus Kinski’s performance and it did at least keep my attention through the end.
A Vigilante had good intentions but thanks to the slow and awkward delivery of a familiar story, that it was tough to sit through but for the wrong reasons. The only redeeming value I could find was Olivia Wilde’s emotional performance.
General Commander is just another poorly made and all around lazy action-thriller from Steven Seagal who gave up on quality work in well over a decade, this one is no different where he seems to sit around most of the time.
Trapped Alive is a middling and ultimately dull horror-fantasy-thriller and it’s really not hard to see why this didn’t really see the light of day over the past 20+ years, still fans of the subterranean monster film might get something out of this.
Double Team is a poorly made, half-baked action-thriller though the biggest sin was how some producer or studio head thought it was a good idea to pair up an action falling star with a rainbow colored ex-NBA player.
My Nights with Susan, Sandra, Olga & Julie is a very interesting 1970s-era erotic-suspense-drama out of the Netherlands and features some decent enough performances, particularly from Willeke van Ammelrooy.
Crypto isn’t a terrible movie but like most films in the Grindstone Entertainment portfolio might have a kernel of an interesting story, just not materialized thanks to the script writing, pedestrian direction and relatively cheap budget.
Satan’s Slave is a pretty laughably bad movie that at times was bewildering at times and features Michael Gough in a villainous role, though the performances from Potter and Glendenning was wildly on one end or the other.
Spunk’s Not Dead is one of those movies with a fun yet horrific front cover that doesn’t really match with some of the more cheap production of the film itself. The acting is so-so at best though it’s not altogether terrible.
The New Scooby-Doo Movies: The (Almost) Complete Collection is a great set from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, a must for any big Scooby-Doo fans as you get the long-awaited lost episodes… save for one unfortunately.