Virus Shark (2021) Plot and Review

Things may be going too far. Virus Shark, from SRS Cinema, is a low-budget attempt to merge the rampaging COVID virus and the perennial favorite: Sharks. How does SRS sum up this film? A shark bite spreads a virus across the globe, turning the world upside down. Deep below the ocean, a group of researchers…

Godzilla vs. Kong: Trailer Released

Who can’t wait to see these iconic giants battle it out? Godzilla vs. Kong ? Sell me a ticket now. Take my money! Please! I have been a Godzilla fan since a small child (when that was, I refuse to say). When we were lucky the local station’s post-school afternoon movie was a monster flick….

The most disturbing photos on the internet

There’s no end to the terrifying photos you can find on the internet. Some of the most disturbing photos are those of Regina Kay Walters taken by serial killer Robert Ben Rhoades.  The haunting images of Walters, in a black dress and shoes – provided by Rhoades – are among the most disturbing photos because…

Julie Strain dead at 58

Famed B-movie actor and scream queen Julie Strain dead at 58. She passed away January 10, it has been reported. Strain, died after a 10-year battle with dementia. The imposing 6’1″ tall Strain is remembered for many things – Penthouse Pet, B-movie actor, her 10-year association with Heavy Metal magazine, and her stint on the…

Sharks in Hong Hong

Hong Kong was the world’s shark attack capital in the early 90s Between 1991 and 1995 the sharks in Hong Kong were the most dangerous in the world. Ten people were killed or went missing in the sea around Sai Kung in eastern Kowloon, and the fear of a large, man-eating shark was real. The…

The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms Review

One of the first Atomic Bomb-related Kaiju films The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms was a ground-breaking film. It was one of the first to link atomic bombs to giant monsters appearing and destroying cities. In this 1953 black and white classic, The Beast wreaks most of its havoc on New York City (which will always…

Blood of Dracula’s Castle Film Review

I’m a big fan of vampires. Blood of Dracula’s Castle fits the bill, in an exploitation/campy way. From books to films, I love vampires, maybe more than Sharks. (except those Twilight vampires, don’t even get me started on that shite).  In this 1970 release by Crown International Pictures, we see The Count Dracula, named Count…