Tag: Frankenstein

HIS SOUL’S STILL DANCING

In the course of making The Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call: New Orleans, Werner Herzog seems to have discovered how to save Nicolas Cage: let him drown. Why am I writing about Nicolas Cage again, after effectively writing him off in a previous column? Maybe because, with his […]

Ghostly Voices from the Past

Old Time Radio has a collection of old horror shows just in time for Halloween.  You can find the Mercury Theater of the Air’s “War of the Worlds” and “Dracula,” a collection of Australian Frankenstein shows and some Dark Fantasy, too. Aren’t you glad they aren’t “spooktacular” or […]

Confessions of the B-Masters Cabal

The B-masters confess movies they haven’t seen. “My viewing of Zombie Lake was one of those events that lead you to question everything in your life that has lead up to it. I wouldn’t necessarily say that it was a “where did I go wrong” moment, because many […]

Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl

Average Babycart Assassin/Lone Wolf and Cub movie not have enough arterial spray for you? Not enough mutilation in Ichi the Killer? Neither of them have enough Japanese schoolgirls? Try Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl, from the makers of Tokyo Gore Police and RoboGeisha.