Part of what bothers me about the current iteration of zombie – popularized (and ruined) by Zach Snyder, which is par for the course – is that they veer from the blueprint, the Bible, written by George Romero, who proclaimed from the mount that was Night of the Living Dead (1968) that ‘Zombies don’t run, […]
Peter Hyams’ 1997’s creature-feature, The Relic, was a pretty good movie. It featured Tom Sizemore (despite his personal foibles, the man’s a damn good actor) as Lt. Vincent D’Agosta, who had to stop a mysterious killer who’s MO was beheading. He follows the bodies to–if I recall–The Museum of Natural History, where something monstrous has returned home. And it’s a good movie, […]
I admit that when I first saw Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey I thought that it was almost unwatchable.
Luke Hyams’ (no relation to Peter Hyams) The Beast of Xmoor (X Moor) at first glance reminded me of Daniel Nettheim’s far superior The Hunter
I recently read a review, that claimed that John Hyams’ “Universal Soldier: Day Of Reckoning” was better than most of the ‘Universal Soldier’ films that were released theatrically (‘Day of Reckoning’ was direct to video). I am not sure if that’s the case, though it is more violent. And by ‘violent’ I mean lots of […]