In the interest of spreading festive cheer, Matty gives the thumbs-up to the cult helmer’s nifty pre-teen caper.… Read More Little Miss Millions (1993): Jim Wynorski’s Surprisingly Family-Friendly Xmas
Matty gets jiggy-jiggy with Jim Wynorski’s sexy shocker. … Read More Hex Appeal: Sorceress (1995)
Ahead of the first film’s U.K. Blu-ray bow, Matty urges you to revisit Jim Wynorski’s vastly superior sequel. … Read More 976-EVIL II (1991): Dial, Dial, My Darling!
Matty takes a look at Jim Wynorski’s eclectic, genre-hopping delight. … Read More Storm Trooper (1998): Oh, What a Night
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.