A review of the ‘Ninja Trilogy’ – the three early ninja-focused films from 1980s production company Cannon Films that all featured Sho Kosugi.
Film reviews focused on Steven Seagal’s ‘Golden’ era and including part of his higher-profile ‘Silver’ era. This period spanned from 1988 thru 1995.
A look back at Jim Wynorski’s 1985 film “The Lost Empire,” with particular attention paid to some of Wynorski’s comments regarding the making of the film.
“The Boy and his Tiger” was a Bill Watterson biopic screenplay by writer Dan Dollar that made the 2013 Black List. The story focused on Watterson’s Calvin & Hobbes.
A look back at the films “The Land That Time Forgot,” “At the Earth’s Core,” “The People That Time Forgot,” and “Warlords of Atlantis.”
A detailed examination of the development, production, and aftermath surrounding the making of Michael Cimino’s film, “Heaven’s Gate.”
A comprehensive history of films based on Robert E. Howard’s “Conan,” analyzing the Arnold Schwarzenegger films, John Milius’s “King Conan,” and the 2011 remake.
Analysis of Christopher Nolan’s Batman films. In particular, how the trilogy – because of “Dark Knight Rises” – fell just short of a perfection.
A look at the best of the 1980s and 1990s films produced by Charles Band. Band’s production companies included Empire Pictures and Full Moon Entertainment.
A look back at the most enduring films of summer of 1987 – “Predator” and “Robocop.” The legacy of both films is examined and contrasted.