Deadsight is just another apocalyptic, end-of-the-world, zombie movie with I guess the added measure of starring a main character who is pregnant helping a mysterious blind man around, otherwise this is throwaway horror at best.
The Intruder seems like the kind of “old school” thriller that would come out of the 1990s back in the day but nowadays probably would be featured as a Lifetime made-for-TV feature, just with a more recognizable and respectable cast.
Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie is more or less the same quality of entertainment as the first movie and the various television series with over-the-top performances and a thin plot, though I guess if you’re a fan, you might find it to be fun.
Savage Harbor at times is your run-of-the-mill bad thrillers from the 80s but there are moments that were truly (unintentionally) hilarious with bad acting, writing, editing and direction, all the elements to make a good bad movie.
Corvette Summer is a fun coming-of-age film that probably not many remember or know about. Mark Hamill and Annie Potts certainly make an interesting and non-conventional pairing aiding well in the romantic aspect of the movie.
Gaslight is a well made 1940s-era suspense-thriller featuring wonderful performances from Ingrid Bergman (who won an Oscar) as well as Charles Boyer and Angela Lansbury in her first feature film (and she was nominated for an Academy Award).
The Universal Horror Collection: Volume 1 set is a great release from Shout Factory includes four Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi starring films, all of varying quality but any fan of either actor or just the era, will find this collection well worth picking up.
Under the Silver Lake is certainly not for everybody and after a great outing with It Follows, this one just didn’t do it for me, rambling with no real direction for over two hours though at least Andrew Garfield wasn’t bad.
How to Stuff a Wild Bikini is a time capsule of the beach party movies of the 1960s that made names of Frankie Avalon and Annette Funicello. It’s not very good but still pretty safe and does have a certain innocent charm.
NASA: A Journey Through Space is a disappointing and frankly amateurish documentary series that merely utilizes public domain archive footage and sound bites rather than putting in the work and conduct actual interviews.
Double Impact isn’t top-shelf Jean-Claude Van Damme, though compared with his action-hero counterparts like Schwarzenegger and Stallone, had the briefest of careers, but his films are a lot of fun and this was no exception.
I really hate Sharknado and its popularity giving green light to so many terrible copycats that tried to be as tongue-in-cheek but miserably failed. Here we get six of these awful movies that only masochists could truly enjoy.