We’ve come to the end of Alyssa Milano Month here at B-Movie Enema and ladies and gents, I have saved the biggest treat for last – Embrace of the Vampire.
Go back twenty some years. You’re a guy roughly my age. You also work at a video store. You remember watching a little show on TV called Who’s the Boss and you very likely had a major crush on Tony’s daughter, Samantha (Milano, no duh). She was spunky, she was cute, she was awesome. She was your girlfriend each week when the show came on. Continue reading “Embrace of the Vampire (1995)”
Oh ho, yessir! Things are really starting to heat up here in our Alyssa Milano Month tribute at B-Movie Enema with the arrival of Poison Ivy II: Lily.
We started out the month seeing her as a pixie-haired street revolutionary with wild clothes and men fixated on her ass (rightfully so) with Double Dragon. We then saw her play a sorta-nun in Deadly Sins. Last week we heard the Confessions of Sorority Girls. Now, we start to dive into her more sultry roles with the queen bee of all her sultry roles to come next week. Continue reading “Poison Ivy II: Lily (1996)”
Alyssa Milano Month continues on B-Movie Enema. For our third installment, we hop over to Showtime to listen in on some Confessions of Sorority Girls.
This movie is actually also known as Confessions of a Sorority Girl as it was originally released. If that sounds familiar to some exploitation fans out there, it’s because it was part of a series of made for TV movies produced by Showtime that acted as loose remakes of 1950s movies of the same title. Now, a producer on this series of remakes and a co-writer of this movie is Debra Hill. She’s best known for producing several John Carpenter movies. So this is coming from a certain amount of talent. Continue reading “Confessions of Sorority Girls (1994)”
Welcome back to Alyssa Milano Month here at B-Movie Enema. Today, we’re going to look at Deadly Sins – a Catholic thriller/slasher flick.
Back when I worked at a video store, I know I saw this movie on the shelf and thought to myself, “I like what I’m seeing here with Alyssa’s face and that little hint of cleavage. I’ll have to check this out.” Well, twenty years later, I’m finally checking it out. I guess better late than never, eh? Continue reading “Deadly Sins (1995)”
It’s December and it is a time of giving. That said, I’d like to dedicate this month to a specific actress that has given not only me, but all of us so so much. And since her birthday is also in December, well… Yeah, I put a lot of thought into this theme.
So without further ado, welcome to Alyssa Milano Month on B-Movie Enema! We have five, count ’em FIVE, movies from one of the most productive, and crushed upon, girls of the 90s. Not one who got mixed up in booze or drugs, but a legit amazingly hot woman who, to this day, still commands her sexuality and better judgment to be a hell of a person. Continue reading “Double Dragon (1994)”
Happy Thanksgiving, jerkwads!
With today being the official start to the mad dash to the finish line that is the Christmas shopping season, I figured I’d feature a Christmas themed movie to celebrate the occasion. I will admit that I pretty much did not want to do anything Christmas themed for December because there are a LOT of bad Christmas movies out there – none of which I want to watch. Continue reading “Don’t Open Till Christmas (1984)”
This week’s B-Movie Enema is going to take a look at 1964’s The Last Man on Earth starring the great Vincent Price.
Based on Richard Matheson’s 1954 novel I Am Legend, this film puts a new spin on the post-apocalyptic wasteland type of story by featuring a man who is trying to stay alive not against zombies or crazed bad guys (see any post-Romero zombie movie or Mad Max for reference), and not strictly mutants of that wasteland (see… Judge Dredd… I guess? And not the good one either). Instead, our hero is fighting off people who have mutated into vampires. Continue reading “The Last Man on Earth (1964)”
Whoa-ho boy. It’s been far too long since I last talked about a Cannon Films/Chuck Norris action flick, and I think now’s as good a time as any to revisit the 80s’ greatest hero.
For this week, I decided to cover the one Chuck Norris movie I’ve seen more than any other – Firewalker. When I was a kid, this movie was on HBO or some other cable channel ALL THE TIME. It’s just a good old fashioned Chuck Norris flick that tries so hard to be Indiana Jones. Also Academy Award Winner Lou Gossett is there too. And Melody Anderson who I think almost every guy my age had a crush on, thanks in no small part to Flash Gordon. Continue reading “Firewalker (1986)”