Zeder aka Revenge of the Dead 1983
An usual Italian movie, not your general zombie flick but more on psychological horror and mystery. script problems aside,
this movie is weird and different enough to captivate and entertain. Dealing with the dead coming back to life because of
the discoveries of a scientist named Zeder, this is a must see classic horror film. The score used is pretty rad too.
3 outta 5
Director: Pupi Avati
Stars: Gabriele Lavia, Anne Canovas, Paola Tanziani
Altered States 1980
Another unusual item, however the story builds up the intensity and loses all its gas in the end. Playing around with
hallucinogens trying to unlock repressed memories but genetically regressing, the story is kinda missing some crucial
linking. The most disturbing thing in this movie is Blair Brown showing off her armpit hair yuck!
Good to go if you are in weird!
2 outta 5
Director: Ken Russell
Stars: William Hurt, Blair Brown, Bob Balaban
Damnation Alley 1977
B-movie sci-fi fun, with cheesy visuals and good acting however lacks a bit in terms of punch but considering this is a
pretty unsung story that influenced a lot of the post-apocalyptia thing like giant scorpions and all terrain vehicles, its
a fun watch for those who like the genre and original the A-team.
2.5 outta 5
Director: Jack Smight
Stars: Jan-Michael Vincent, George Peppard, Dominique Sanda
The Warriors 1979
Campy, Cheesy, Fun to watch and no serious punchline. Reminds me of Michael Jackson’s Beat It! And an awkward looking James
Remar. Enjoy but don’t expect much for story.
2.5 outta 5.
Director: Walter Hill
Stars: Michael Beck, James Remar, Dorsey Wright
Hausu aka House 1977
This movie proves that J-Movie Makers are weird man! Not to mention the strange.
This movie about a haunted house and how 7
girls named after their attributes and roles go about the whole haunting scenario. This is a must see movie for anyone who
has been of the genre. The weirdness, twists and strange dilemmas in this flick are to die for :P. Rotten Tomatoes rates
this 90% for a reason.
Don’t mind the old school effects as time has certainly flown by, shear cheesy fun.
4 outta 5
Director: Nobuhiko Ôbayashi
Stars: Kimiko Ikegami, Miki Jinbo, Kumiko Ohba