The comedy/horror flick All Cheerleaders Die misses the mark on all counts
Sushi Girl is an oddball crime caper mixing over-the-top archetypes, copious violence and nudity to create an instant exploitation cult classic.
Get a major dose of 1980s B-movie cheese in this so bad it’s laughably good martial arts cult classic, complete with bad grindhouse transfer from Drafthouse Films.
Hot strippers, werewolves, violence, gore, and quirky comedy — what more could you ask for from a flick with a title like this?
This infamous 1980 cult classic comes to Blu-ray looking about as good as it can, which isn’t saying much.
This campy, exploitation franchise sequel just offers up more of the same, only more predictably.
Drugs, dirty cops, and a sexually assaulted stripper out for vengeance; where have I seen this before? Oh, I know — every other direct-to-video B-grade exploitation flick ever made! Skip this uninspired 1980s “homage”…please.
This throwback to the grindhouse days of the 60s and 70s may find an audience in fans of exploitation flicks and has a good chance of becoming a cult classic, but everyone else may want to steer clear.
This wonderfully campy, bloody, and riotous homage to 80s exploitation films got its start as a faux “trailer” in the Tarantino/Rodriguez Grindhouse double bill, but it could have held its own as part of a triple billing on that marquee.
This 2010 remake of I Spit on Your Grave feels pointless, but the Blu-ray is decent enough.