Slaughterhouse… The mere mention of that word can strike up a lot of negative and ghastly connotations. It’s literally a housing for lives to be slaughtered (and it took quite a stretch for me to come up with that!), so a horror flick with that word as the title would indicate that it’s gory, bloody and disgusting. At least that was my first impression when I decided to watch and review the 1987 comedy/horror film “Slaughterhouse“. Does it live up to expectations? Read on to find out.
This week on the Weekly Crapup, we take a look at the Godfrey Ho masterpiece “Undefeatable”. This was one of our favorite movies when we watched it originally, and it still stands up today. We have a discussion about Godfrey Ho’s history, his very unique spin on editing, and stunts. We also discuss some movies we’ve watched within the last week including The Battery and Electric Dreams.
So it’s finally here, and just in time for Valentine’s Day…
Let me start out by saying that this podcast is the result of years of hemming and hawing over discussion between Dave and I about putting together a podcast. We went back and forth over how we’d do it, logistically how we’d record it, and what we’d talk about. Well, for some reason the bug finally bit us and we figured we’d start by talking about some of the reviews of movies that we both really loved. Hence, “The Weekly Crapup” (which, just to save time, in the future will be known as “IBWC“) was born.
This inaugural episode is on one of our favorite films that we’ve seen – The Stabilizer, featuring New Zealand’s own Peter O’Brian. Continue reading “InternalBleeding Presets: The Weekly Crapup – Episode 001 – The Stabilizer”
In a not too distant future, which eerily looks very similar to the late 1980’s, cyborg drones will be needed to fill a gap in the workforce for some reason or another. Inteltrax is a company that’s filling that void. A mysterious person in the company that goes by the name of Z has decided that money and glory are much more important than creating more worker bees, so he’s taken it upon himself to drug the cyborgs in order to make them perfect killing machines that get their jollys by killing the innocent people of our fair land. When Z goes to far and takes one of the scientists responsible for creating the cyborgs as a hostage, the scientist’s sister escapes so that she can get the only man on earth that can save the day – and that man is Matt Riker (Rick Gianasi). All of this plays against a subplot of the ambitious and mysterious Domina, who only wants to see Z go down in flames by the hands of her own uber cyborg. Continue reading “Mutant Hunt”