I love you, Jane.
"Awesome Skateboard Riding, Pizza Eating Group of Mini Ninjas!"
Why is "From Hell it Came" not on here? Tabonga would be displeased.
I had the pleasure of meeting this wonderful man tonight <3
The digital restoration really takes you out of it.
What an unfortunate misuse of Bud Cort's talent.
"Witches and rainbows and shit"
^ "A film about a woman who talks about sex with a man."
Stylish and stupid.
A proverbial David Lynch casting call.
You know when Baron Samedi is the male lead in a blaxploitation movie that it's going to be incredible.
The Troma re-dub is hysterical!
No Samurai Kizzu?
My meeting her was by far the most fulfilling encounter I've had with a celebrity. I had shaggy blonde hair at the time she loved it so much she wanted to know who did my hair. My best friend who was with me happened to be my hair dresser. So not only did she give us a bunch of cool photos and books, we got to hang out in her hotel room while my friend gave her MY haircut. Best day ever...
I spotted Andy Richter, Giovanni Ribisi, Max Headroom, Mr. Ernst from Hey Dude, Z.Z. from Salute your shorts and the landlord from Big Lebowski.
The teleplay of "Marty" should be on here. Teleplays are movies right? Early made for TV movies. Totally.
An elaborately hand made steampunk masterpiece. Zeman was definitely channeling Georges Melies when he made this.
Matt Dillon does not seem like he wants to be there. Awk.
"Go forth and thrash."
That ending! Be still my heart <3
Surprisingly enjoyable. Felt like Troma.
This movie is completely gonzo! Makes anarchy of the typical teen beach comedy that was so popular at the time. I think Roddy McDowall must have based his portrayal of the Mad Hatter in Batman the Animated series from his role in this film. "Lord Love a Duck" would make an excellent double feature with "The Loved One".
So over the top. Mansfield is insane. I'm convinced she was a method actress.
The first time I saw this I had taken hallucinogenic mushrooms. Loved it ever since.
I used to attribute my enjoyment to the mushrooms but I've watched it many times since and still think it's an excellent fantasy film. Every scene is highly saturated and looks hand painted. Almost like Greg Hildebrandt's illustrations. It's also the closest adaptation so far. All things considered, I'm not really sure what the stigma against this version is...
This movie's pretty insubstantial but all the little 80's stylized details make me continue to revisit it. The clothes and decor are out of control!
The equivalent of a Charles Band produced Jetsons movie. Terrorvision meets Pee Wee's Playhouse. "Parents" meets Heartbeeps. I find everything about this film agreeable.
"You see, a girl CAN understand Rem Lezar."
Surprisingly few vampires on this planet