There are rumblings from the underbelly of the internet that Michael Eisner, after having acquired Topps Co., is making a new Garbage Pail Kids movie. I stumbled on the news from two of my favorite sites, Strange Kids Club and Topless Robot. As far as gossip goes, the rule of thumb is if you hear [...]
Archive for March, 2012
Freaked: Gleefully Warped Carnival Mayhem from Bill S. Preston, Esquire. Also: What Hath Randy Quaid Wrought?
It’s curious, the way things work out. About the second or third time I saw Freaked I was maybe 13 or 14 years old, and Randy Quaid, who masterfully portrayed the villainous Elijah C. Skuggs in the film, was lurking around my tiny corner of the world. He was in Huntingburg, Indiana, shooting a different [...]
Now Begins A Lovingly Parasitic Symbiotic Relationship. Here at Cinemaglob, we love movies. Mostly insane, berzerk movies, but movies nonetheless. More importantly, we love bizarre cinema addicted freaks people who love movies, and people that make things. Are you a filmmaker, artist, writer, or generally maladjusted human being that is way too into what you do? [...]
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Brain Damage: A Boy and his Parasite Encounter Cheap Thrills, Bad Habits and Total Cerebral Meltdown. Bad Taste and Black Humor Abound.
Brain Damage is the kind of movie that I sometimes have to justify to myself after viewing. It does feel like a guilty pleasure, and it’s perhaps a little self indulgent on my part to willfully put myself through it, kind of like an all night bar crawl, or vegging out in front of the [...]
Basket Case: Two Brothers, Separated by Fear, United by Revenge. Blood, Bad Acting and Hilarity Ensue on the Filthy Streets of Times Square.
I once saw a t-shirt that read “If you had reservations, you’re in the wrong place”. That mantra has resounded countless times while serving up slabs of meat at the restaurant I cook for. Now that I’m serving gooey chunks of film goodness, it pops right back into my head as I review Basket Case. [...]