I’ve just finished watching Nicolas Cage’s latest offering, JOE. Let me tell you, he’s weird.
WILD AT HEART, LEAVING LAS VEGAS, 8mm, then, err, KNOWING, SEASON OF THE WITCH, THE WICKER MAN… I’d lost a whole lotta faith in Mr… Continue reading
– By Damian Thomas
WARNING : The activities depicted in this video are strenuous and highly physical in nature. They should not be attempted without first consulting your doctor. Since they can also become violent, you might also seek… Continue reading
– By Bryan Stumpf
“His glassy essence, like an angry ape, Plays such fantastic tricks before high heaven, As makes the angels weep.”
Measure for Measure, Shakespeare
“I’m very ape and very nice.”
Very Ape, Nirvana
Was… Continue reading
This is gonna be brief. As brief as I’ve ever been.
I fucking LOVE THIS!
Plot? There’s a supermarket and,… Continue reading
– By Damian Thomas
Three friends out to disprove cannibalism meet two men on the run who tortured and enslaved a cannibal tribe to find emeralds, and now the tribe is out for revenge.
“Cannibal Ferox” was derived from Umberto… Continue reading
Fuck, my day job’s shit.
It’s SO shit that I can’t even bear to describe it to you.
Remember that scene in Labyrinth when Hoggle’s banging on about The Bog Of Eternal Stench? Well I’d happily take a holiday to… Continue reading
As disease wipes out almost all of mankind in a post-apocalyptic world, survivors flee to remote locations to avoid infection.
Are you with us so far?
Of course you are.
BUT, writer/director Doug Roos then chucks shadowy, massive-handed, sinister,… Continue reading
Tom Slick’s ‘Rock Radio The Blitz’ recently gave The Bird an Amazing shout out from across the pond.
Our good friend Tom Slick (Canada’s Favourite DJ) gave us a truly wonderful shout out on his radio show ‘92.6… Continue reading
Jennifer’s Body meets TV’s Charmed is the only way I can describe ‘All Cheerleaders Die’.
I’ll be perfectly honest; I’m still on the fence when it comes to director Lucky McKee. On one hand he has delivered us the truly… Continue reading
“Every childhood is normal to the child who lives it. For Meredith that means an enchanted seclusion that is shattered when she is deprived of her mother. Desperate and alone, Meredith must join a household with other women and their… Continue reading