Stunt Rock might’ve been an interesting idea on paper and admittedly Grant Page has a great personality to the point I wish this was a documentary on the man instead of mixing a fictionalized storyline.
Savage Sisters is a passable but pretty forgettable 1970s-era female-led action flick but Gloria Hendry, Sid Haig and John Ashley are highlights.
Love Slaves of the Amazons may have an eye-catching title (not to mention the lovely lady on the cover), but the movie itself is pretty bland and downright boring, a chore to sit through even with the short 81-minute running time.
Two Men in Town comes to Blu-ray through Kino Lorber and Cohen Media Group, starring Forest Whitaker, Harvey Keitel, Luis Guzman and Ellen Burstyn.
Treasure of the Four Crowns comes to Blu-ray courtesy of Kino Lorber Studio Classics presented in both BD3D Polorized and Anaglyphic (Red/Cyan) 3-D Versions and the 2-D Version.
Dirty O’Neil is an interesting crime-drama to say the least, a bit slow early on and the central character isn’t terribly interesting, not helped by Morgan Paul who doesn’t have a whole lot of charisma.
Tenetacles comes to Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics and stars John Huston, Shelley Winters, Bo Hopkins, Henry Fonda and comes out April 12th.
New Year’s Evil is a ho-hum horror movie with little horror and the kills pretty standard. Save for the finale, this is a bore of a film that might have a minor following but for myself, little about this was enjoyable outside of Kip Niven’s creepy but fun performance.
The French suspense-thriller film Armageddon arrives on Blu-ray from KL Studio Classics and stars Alain Delon and Jean Yanne, and comes out April 5th.
The Final Option comes to Blu-ray from Kino Lorber and includes an audio commentary, featurette and theatrical trailer. The Blu-ray was released on February 15th.
Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins probably has a decent concept but the execution wasn’t the best and Fred Ward, as fine of a character he might be, doesn’t quite work in the lead. Still, there is some entertainment value.
Village of the Giants is sort of your typical fantasy-comedy from the 1960s and easy to see why it was mocked on Mystery Science Theater 3000, but without them, watching on its own is kind of a chore as for the most part it’s fairly dull.