Subspecies Month marches on!
With Subspecies being another hit for Full Moon Features, it was clear that a sequel was indeed needed. So, two years later, Full Moon released Bloodstone: Subspecies II picking up directly after the conclusion of the first chapter. Because this is being featured on this blog, and the dreaded specter of the Angel series still haunting me, you better believe there are casting changes here.
(And yes, that Angel specter is still constantly reminding me there is a fourth film I have yet to cover. It haunts my dreams, man. It’s a constant reminder of my failings in life. This devilish Angel will not be appeased until I finally cover it. Just hold tight and I will get there in time. In fact, sooner than you know.) Continue reading “Bloodstone: Subspecies II (1993)”
It’s been a little bit since I really dug deep into some vampires for an extended period of time. It’s also been a while since I looked at a movie from Full Moon Features. So, how do I propose to fix that? BOOM! A whole month of Subspecies movies!
So here we are, the 1991 Full Moon feature, Subspecies, starring Anders Hove, Laura Tate, and the beloved Angus Scrimm.
Let’s think of the title of this series for a moment – Subspecies. As a word, it indicates that there is a species that are, I dunno, like living below other species. You know, SUBspecies? Well, yes, this is a vampire movie. Yes, it mostly takes place in the Carpathian Mountains. That means this nebulously revolves around the legend of Dracula. But what makes this movie a little different is the title creatures themselves – the Subspecies. These are little goblin guys who serve our lead vampire, Radu (Hove). Continue reading “Subspecies (1991)”
Mercifully, Full Moon Fever February is coming to an end.
All month, I had to deal with Charles Band. I thought we started nicely with Puppet Master. Then things went downhill with The Gingerdead Man and Killer Eye: Halloween Haunt. So I spent my birth month begging for sweet release from this cursed existence. Thank fuck it’s here…
In the form of Tim Thomerson…
As Jack Deth. Continue reading “Trancers (1984)”
Well, because the sweet embrace of death didn’t come to pass last week, I guess I have to continue Full Moon Fever. At least there’s a chick in her bra and panties on the cover of this week’s movie!
Er… I mean. That had zero bearing on me choosing this movie – Killer Eye: Halloween Haunt. No, that was the $2.95 price tag at the local Dollar General.
And the promise of tits. Lots and lots of tits. Continue reading “Killer Eye: Halloween Haunt (2011)”
Godshitting monkeyfucker nutdick.
Full Moon Fever continues. Last week, I had a good time watching the cult classic Puppet Master. I felt like I really got to see something good for the first time in 2017. But I just couldn’t stop there, could I? Continue reading “The Gingerdead Man (2005)”
It’s February, and that can mean only one thing… It’s Full Moon Fever, bitches!
That’s right, for the month of February, B-Movie Enema is getting the Full Moon treatment – which is probably going to be about the same as being perpetually mooned by some fat asshole. But why would that be? What’s with “Full Moon Fever”, anyway? Am I going to be spending a month talking about the marvelous pieces of filmed art that were the videos shot for Tom Petty’s first solo album, Full Moon Fever? Continue reading “Puppet Master (1989)”
Woopidee doo! You know that brand new Marvel Studios movie coming out today??? Yeah, Doctor Something or Another?!? I’m going to talk about it today for B-Movie Enema! What exciteme…
Wait. What the shit is this? Doctor Mordrid? I’m fairly certain that isn’t the name of the new Marvel movie. I’m about 99.9% sure the character’s name is Doctor STRANGE. I mean, he looks like Doctor Strange. He’s got that tunic thing and that amulet business. He’s doing magic lightning stuff with his hands. There is a trippy, weird shit thing going on with the universe in there. This is Doctor Strange, right? I mean that’s Benedict Cumberbatch there playing this wizard dude, yeah? No. Wait, that says Jeffrey Combs. Huh. Continue reading “Doctor Mordrid (1992)”