Advertisements

Category Archive: Retrogeek

Retro Review: ‘An American Werewolf in London’

by

Werewolves can be a difficult monster to translate to the big screen. Filmmakers are constantly running the risk with these furry creatures of making it too campy or having make-up effects which look… Continue reading

Fast and Furious Retrospective: Part 7

by

It’s…it’s almost over. So many neon cars. So much bad music. So much confusion of characters dying and turning up again. The past couple of movies have definitely stepped up the game by… Continue reading

Fast and Furious Retrospective: Part 6

by

Fast 5 was pretty radical (there’s no other word for it) so at this point my sanity relies on them maintaining this course. Just keep doing what you’re doing and we’ll be fine.… Continue reading

Fast and Furious Retrospective: Part 5

by

Everything is beginning to blur together into neon colours and shitty hip hop music…I don’t know if I can make it… To recap: The Fast and the Furious: A cheap knock-off from Point Break.… Continue reading

Fast and Furious Retrospective: Part 4

by

Still here, still watching this marathon. Just recap… The Fast and the Furious: A cheap knock-off from Point Break. 3/10 stars. 2 Fast 2 Furious: Live action Whacky Races but less fun. 2/10 stars. The… Continue reading

Fast and Furious Retrospective: Part 3

by

I am not enjoying this so far. The first movie was a cheap Point Break knock-off and the second one a pale imitation of the first. At this point I have no idea what the… Continue reading

The Fast and Furious Retrospective: Part 2

by

Ok, things didn’t get off to a great start with the first movie. But given the staying power of the franchise I can assume that it took just a little while to find… Continue reading

Fast and Furious Retrospective: Part 1

by

So here’s the thing…I’ve been invited to the local premiere of The Fate of the Furious. To many people this would be a joyous occasion but for me it’s not a big deal. I… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Heavy Metal’

by

Movies are such a powerful and visual medium that many movies become ingrained in the memories of fans. This could be for a multitude of reasons; strong characters, great action, thrilling scares, or… Continue reading

Retro Review: ‘Targets’

by

In the 1960’s many things in the world were changing as social unrest and violence became more commonplace. The changes society was experiencing were naturally reflected by the horror films of the era… Continue reading