Not much good can come from a mental patient on the lam. You’re either gonna hear about them standing in a busy intersection, swinging a samurai sword and getting subdued by pepper spray, or they’re putting themselves or someone else in some pretty big danger. You gotta feel bad for them, especially if it’s something that happened in their childhood that caused such emotional harm – and that’s exactly George Tatum’s problem in Romano Scavolini‘s 1981 film Nightmare (aka Nightmare in a Damaged Brain).
Rudy Ray Moore is the Tucker Williams, the Disco Godfather – the owner of the very popular Blueberry Hill disco. He dances a mean game, and spins an even meaner game from the DJ booth. When his nephew Bucky gets mixed up in some bad business, Tucker takes it upon himself to rid the streets of that bad stuff!
For this week’s Trailer Tuesday check out Michael Jai White in the upcoming DVD release of Black Dynamite!
Black Dynamite hits Internal Bleeding right in its sweet-spot: a comedy laced, jive-turkey havin’, kick-ass Blaxploitation movie set in the 70’s but made in the 2000’s! It had a very limited release in the States, but we were lucky enough to catch it. If you like the trailer check back next week for the full review.
We dig deep in the our Sci-Fi vault to bring you this week’s Trailer Tuesday… 1987’s Mutant Hunt
So after some in-depth analysis, what can we say about this week’s trailer?
- Robots and Cyborgs are interchangeable terms, and in this case they aren’t programmed to be violent or attack people
- Somebody is feeding these cyborgs some drugs that are mutating them into ruthless killers of mostly scantily clad women.
- Matt Riker is a mercenary that’s gonna stop these crazy robot/zombies from breaking apart cheap shelves and surgical tubing. Oh, and stop them from killing people too, or something.
Also, an interesting tidbit about the director, Tim Kincaid: He’s also a very accomplished gay erotica movie writer and director! But besides that, the films he’s made that are not adult in nature are fine z-grade trash in their own right. I have a feeling we’ll be going to the Tim Kincaid well frequently in the future…
As always, keep your eyes peeled on InternalBleeding for an upcoming review of Mutant Hunt!