The 2018 Vinegar Syndrome dual-format release is going to be a fresh experience for most viewers and looks superb, with the new 2K scan of the original 35mm camera negative up there with some of their finest work on '80s titles. They should have focused on the far more interesting heavy metal serial killer aspects since the procedural stuff is a little boring. Christian Ingvordsen, who also co-directed and co-wrote the loopy script and brash punk photographer Tiffany O'Brian a winningly spunky portrayal by fetching redhead Garland Hunter to stop Trex. Some moments in the movie also seem to have been inspired by the giallo genre. It isn't long before Mickey and Tiffany are on their own with no one else helping them find Trax. But the only problem that this movie has is the lacking of blood and gore.
It was produced by Shapiro Glickenhaus Entertainment. I think that Blood Hook is definitely a top ten slasher for me, and watching it in such a great quality easily cemented that for me. August 31st, 2012 by Aaron Neuwirth When it comes to the hit Starz television series Spartacus, Why So Blu is all over it. With all of these characters in play, it will come down to which of these groups is more determined to reach their ultimate goal; though something tells me that Spartacus will learn that gaining vengeance and making sacrifices may need to go hand in hand in order to achieve success. It really took a long time for me to get comfortable with him and towards the end I did, but quite honestly…I did not find the ending of the season satisfying.
He was friends with one of the bands. McCardle knows that's not the case but he can't prove it to anyone so he quickly loses his mind while trying to track the killer down. By the end of the season, I would say that I found McIntyre to be compelling enough, as it seemed like he felt more comfortable in the role at that point in filming, but he did not quite ascend to the level that Whifield firmly established. Ingvordsen talks about his appreciation for Conan the Barbarian. He is on a mission that leads him to New York City to find his favorite band Warriors of the Inferno. Larry: This has been the answer the park has needed since Maverick was built. What was something that really surprised you about the ride? Finding another ride he leaves that driver behind as well, incinerating the car with the body inside to make everyone believe he's dead.
Its very apparent at the beginning of the film, but its watchable in the sense your eyes will adjust to it. In the present day, Trax breaks out of his mental hospital but he is believed to have been killed. . Ingvordsen chats about his working experience with Larry Cohen. It's up to loose cannon detective Mickey McCardle a solid performance by J. It only helps that the Blu-ray format is perfect to show off the fantastic video and audio presentation transferred onto the disc, along with a strong selection of extras.
This transfer definitely helps show off all of the visual diversity going on in this series, such as the presence of heavy earth tones, with Spartacus and his men out in the land and forest, or the more colorful times spent with the Romans and their lavish surroundings and costumes. Those interested in learning more about the film's origins, production history, backgrounds on those who worked on it, etc. How did you feel after your first ride? The various episodes all have their own great assets as well, whether it is the thunderous sounds taking place in the arena or the isolated actions sequences taking place in the woods. I particularly enjoyed all of the flickering lanterns along the lift hill, especially at night. This coaster has driven the coaster community bonkers over the past year and now it is just days away from opening to the public. I should also note that the packaging is quite nice, with a colorful book format that is compact, but assembled well. One of those leads to a young female photographer named Tiffany Garland Hunter who took Trax' picture at the club the night of the first murder.
Blue vengeance is a failed crime flick about a cop who chases a serial killer who's obsessed with a rock band, there's only a small amount of blood. Mostly though, it's a strong transfer of inconsistent film elements. The movie focuses on two characters. This coaster has a bit of everything enthusiasts love; the only thing I think that might hinder its chances is the level of intensity it has. The first is Mark Trax John Weiner , a psychopath locked up long ago who escapes from the mental institute during the opening sequence.
Close ups and static mid-range shots lend a good look to detail like stubble, facial blemishes , sweat beads, wrinkles and makeup. After the vanity logo letting me know this was a Troma release and the movie started proper, something surprising happened, it grabbed me. As I said, there were some elements that I did like and that includes the two lead performances. Starz Studios — Spartacus: Vengeance — A large preview of this season of the show. Blue Vengeance Color, 1989, 103 mins. It clocks in at 99 minutes, a real long time for an independent.
But slasher flick fans, die-hard anything horror fans, fans of Abel Ferrara, fans of low budget film making and fans of the film will want to add this one to their collection. Out of all the boutique blu-ray labels currently pumping out content, Vinegar Syndrome has been consistently putting out some of the most crazy and interesting stuff. Its worth noting that during this time, the popularity of Django was like Bruce Lee after Bruce Lee passed away. Getting to understand Lucretia, given her constant switches involving motive, kept things moving along, not to mention the new dimensions added to her character, following the events of last season. Not only are you completely engulfed by the structure at this point, but it feels like you are launched out of this turn as you come down from it. Most of these movies are far more interesting than any of those brain dead mainstream movies for the masses which you get shoved down your throat, when i say far more interesting. His lawyer is the real villain in the film, not the mindlessly crude caricatures that sexually assault the woman and act like props to push the plot forward.