Update!For the first time on home video, you can experience Clive Barker’s original director’s cut of Nightbreed with over 40 minutes of new footage, all mastered in high definition from the original camera negative!“Night Breed” director’s cut. That’s what the people involved in the “Occupy Midian” want. They are the 99% who demand the Clive Baker film released on Blu-ray the way the director planned it. We talk to one of the members of this determined group of youngsters. Russell Cherrington tells us why this cut is so important.
Philip Davies spotted this site and wanted to know more. So he went to Midian. Not a smart move. We haven’t heard from him since. His shrink said he’s fine and not to look for him. So I say we just leave well enough alone. I know nothing will go wrong when I do this interview.
Listen to the interview here: Michael C Williams talks about his role in “The Blair Witch Project.”
It’s a movie musical about the devil, disco and elements stolen from better films like “Tommy,” “Rocky Horror” and “Xanadu.”
This 1980 movie takes place in the way future date or 1994. The whole world is run by disco music, angular clothing, rectangle glasses and entertainment. I guess they didn’t know that Napster was only 5 years away. Read More
Before Stallone was nominated for playing Rocky in “Creed” and way after he won an Oscar for Rocky Stallone made this violent mess. Stallone’s “Cobra” — “Conan” writer Todd Levin, film expert Peter Avellino, and Adam Spiegelman (Host “Proudly Resents”) celebrate this 80’s classic.
It’s the 30th anniversary of Cobra!
Listen as Peter admits to seeing this movie last year in the theater! How many girls were there?
Be amazed when Todd says why this is Stallone’s best film!
Be Befuddled when Eric says the 80’s was the best decade.
Ask “What did he say?” When Adam gets to the mic.
Also discussed – Todd’s Emmy nomination, Peter’s addition to the revival house and it’s secret famous owner, how great “Meatballs 2” was and Todd’s favorite line from that movie.
“Cobra” was a blast. It’s available on iTunes, so check it out and leave a comment below.