Tag Archive for 'Eric Bogosian'

Uncut Gems (Blu-ray Review)

The Safdie Brothers made a nice jump onto the scene a couple years back with their rough and tumble thriller, GoodTime. Not only did they make someone what of a critical cult hit, the film also took note for its outstanding performance from Robert Pattinson (Adding such humor to the people who don’t seem to […]


King Cohen (Blu-ray Review)

Schlocky filmmaking is seriously my cup of tea. That should come as no surprise, considering I host and produce my podcast Cult Cinema Cavalcade. Funny enough, I’ve yet to tackle the filmmaker who is the subject of this documentary even though I have many planned on the docket. Larry Cohen is one of the best […]


Forgotten Friday Flick – “Talk Radio”

Currently watching Fences, a play turned movie that feels a tad stagnate, it reminds me that this week’s current stage to screen hidden gem is once again due to delight – welcome to Forgotten Friday Flick!  Today’s selection is a great example of how to take a former piece of theater and make it cinematic. […]


Special Effects (Blu-ray Review)

Larry Cohen is no stranger to B-movie cinema geeks like myself.  He’s mostly known for all kinds of genre fare, like Q: The Winged Serpent, The Stuff, the It’s Alive movies and even a sequel to Salem’s Lot.  But, the man really got his start in Blaxploitation cinema, crafting a couple of Fred “The Hammer” […]