An Obsession – Review

June 6, 2006

A cop loses his gun to a mentally-unbalanced criminal, and his search for it becomes a search for meaning in his life. Yes, it’s one of THOSE movies.

Mushroomhead – Volume 1 – Review

April 28, 2006

They have the decency to keep it under an hour. If you’re not already on board with Mushroomhead’s slightly-above-bad nü-metal, nothing here will convince you.

Manowar – Hell on Earth IV – Review

April 28, 2006

A video of the band’s over-the-top concert and behind-the-scenes behavior was a welcome arrival in 2001, the original Hell on Earth. We didn’t need the sequels.

Jesus Christ: Serial Rapist – Review

April 28, 2006

The film consists of 75 minutes of continuous rape. Those with a rape fantasy whose Hentai is out of reach will be well served. Most will be disgusted.

High Tension – Review

April 28, 2006

Lion’s Gate has released this foreign gem the way it was meant to be seen: With all the depravity and violence that help the story hit its high marks.

Gone in 60 Seconds – Review

April 28, 2006

Old school action sequences, laughable acting, and serious sideburns are the order of the day. An amazing collector’s edition including over 500 crashes.

Doomed Nation – Issue Two – Review

April 28, 2006

If you’re into animal torture, human carnage, and dozens of horror movie death clips sandwiched between stoner/doom/unintelligible metal videos, you’re in luck.

Devo – Live 1980 – Review

April 28, 2006

25 years and a million desensitizing news events, movies, records, and stage shows later, and Devo is still fucking weird.

Bad Acid – Review

April 28, 2006

Normally, egotistical Z-movie trainwrecks like this have just enough to make it worth playing, on mute, at a party. This doesn’t rise to that level.

Dirtbags: Armpits of Metal – Review

April 28, 2006

New Jersey metalhead Bill Zebub and his gang of homophobic, sexist, racist, drug addled, alcoholic buddies scam on chicks and brew homemade date rape drugs in this tediously slow, unfunny, Z-level turd.

Dawn of the Dead – Review

April 28, 2006

I wanted to hate this update, but I can’t. It rocks. It’s funny, gory, explosive, and full of characters you can relate to either in companionship or hatred.

Wild Life – Review

April 28, 2006

Shinji Aoyama’s Wild Life revolves around Hiroki (Kosuke Toyohara) a retired boxer who seems kind of, uh, slow. Turns out he’s just not particularly excitable.

Assemblage V1.0 – Review

April 28, 2006

Assemblage V1.0 is Grey Two-Eleven’s first step toward the label/new media company’s goal of creating an innovative home for music, visual art, and multimedia.

X – The Unheard Music – Review

April 28, 2006

Hands down my favorite rock bio/movie. Even if you’re not a fan, this’ll tell you a ton about the record industry, rock music, punk rock, and the spirit of DIY.

The Day After Tomorrow – Review

April 28, 2006

This movie is 123 minute rollercoaster ride through tornadoes, hail, tsunamis, rain, snow, and, of course, ice. Did I mention rabid wolves on the loose?

The Crucifier – Review

April 28, 2006

Z-movie king Bill Zebub plops out another no budget shock flick, this one centering around an LSD party gone wrong.

That ’70s Show: Season Two – Review

April 28, 2006

The jokes are funny, but the playful sensibility that includes the liberal use of fantasy sequences and riffs on other genres keeps the laughs coming as well.

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