Matty gives the thumbs-up to Jim Wynorski’s thrilling, female-fronted shoot-’em-up.Read More Girl Power: The Assault (1996)
Matty bows down before Jim Wynorski’s rollicking comic book adap.Read More Vampirella (1996): A Fang-Bangin’ Good Time
Saddled with dodgy CGI but never sunk, Matty dives into the Chopping Mall wizard’s charismatic monster movie.Read More Jim Wynorski’s Underdog: The Thing Below (2004) Triumphant
Matty gives some love to Jim Wynorski’s thrilling cut of B-action.Read More Militia (2000): Character, Excitement & Slickly Utilised Stock Footage
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.
Matty takes a moment to mull over Jim Wynorski’s much derided dino-schlocker, looking at its place within the Carnosaur series and contextualising the film as part of its maker’s resume.Read More Ruminatin’ on Raptor (2001)
“John… John… I just sold a movie to this company, and I told ‘em I had a script, and erm… Can you write a script in two weeks?” It was the New York lilt of Jim Wynorski that guided John Terlesky into what would be his first credited screenplay, which in turn lead to his […]Read More From Swords to Schlockery: John Terlesky On His Path To The Director’s Chair