Based on Dan Bentley-Bakers' cult film checklist, this is an analysis of Stanley Kubricks' 'A Clockwork Orange' as a cult classic.
A short history of the Italian Cannibal genre.
Roger Corman became a Hollywood legend by cranking out tons of low-budget fare for the 50s drive-in circuit, and he's still one of the most successful independent producers in Tinseltown today!
An overview of the development of alternative cinema, from the silent era to the current underground.
Lets find out which one is the better film of the two, indeed they are very similar but also very different.
Just because something is animated doesn't mean it's made for children... Relive some of these cinematic horrors in this deeply sarcastic article.
A comedic, yet horrific story of the complications that can occur when a middle-class, suburban family finds itself in league with an underwater demigod named Dagon and his numerous fish-like cohorts.
In the decade of retro electronics, one robotic band entertained millions of children as they ate pizza and played arcade games. Remember who they are?
"Let's all go to the looooobby! Let's all go to the looooobby! Let's all go to the looooobby, to get ourselves a treat!" On the grainy theater screen the chocolate bar, popcorn, candy, and soda cup danced along singing...
This is a review of Jim Henson's 'Labyrinth' as a cult film using Dan Bentley Baker's criteria.