Matty looks back at a peach of a werewolf movie with its director John Callas.Read More Who’s Afraid of the Big Bad Lone Wolf (1988)?
Matty gets to the surprisingly sweet and relatable centre of David DeCoteau’s bawdy, Charles Band-produced sci-fi sex comedy.Read More I Was a Teenage Sex Mutant: Dr. Alien (1988)
Matty takes the cult auteur’s typically poised action/horror hybrid for a retrospective spin.Read More Rules of the Road: David DeCoteau’s Speed Demon (2003)
Matty reflects on the Commando director’s first two films for his post American World Pictures company, Titan Global Entertainment.Read More Jurassic Attack (2013) & Poseidon Rex (2013): A Paean to Mark L. Lester’s Prehistoric Double Feature
Dave catches up with helmer Richard Munchkin and gets the dirt on his distinguished ’80s thriller.Read More Dancing Through City Lights: Richard Munchkin Chats Dance or Die (1987)
Matty takes a deeper look at Fred Olen Ray’s classic CineTel actioners.Read More Strength Together, Strength Alone: Armed Response (1986) & Cyclone (1987)
A slightly reworked version of Matty’s archival 2014 chat with helmer Anthony Hickox, who dishes the dirt on his ace action horror hybrid Full Eclipse, and several other lesser discussed titles from his resume.Read More Cops & Werewolves: A Full Eclipse (1993) Retrospective with Director Anthony Hickox
The Screwballs trilogy, Recruits (1986), State Park (1988) and of course Valet Girls (1987): a perfect cross-section of low-brow, direct-to-video ‘80s comedy. All directed by Rafal Zielinski, a Canadian journeyman who Dave was convinced would be thrilled to look back on his early career…Read More Into the Valet: Rafal Zielinski’s Scruples with Screwballs (1983) & Co.
From the vault of Zombie Hamster: Matty’s epic 2015 chinwag with cult filmmaker David DeCoteau, who discusses his underrated thriller in this unprecedented, career-encompassing interview.Read More The Bones of It: Skeletons (1997) in Conversation with David DeCoteau