Outside the Mainstream Update

Some “outside the mainstream” films our members are watching:

Anton Bitel reviews Harpoon: The Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre and Peppermint Candy at Little White Lies

A.J. Hakari reviews Nang Nak at Passport Cinema

James Wegg reviews David Wants to Fly at JWR

Amber Wilkinson reviews The Arbor, Birth Of Big Air, and The Two Escobars at Eye for Film

Classics Update

Some classic films our members are watching this week:

Glenn Erickson reviews Matinee, No Time for Sergeants, Spartacus, Term of Trial, and Walkabout at DVD Savant

William Goss reviews Modern Romance at Cinematical

A.J. Hakari reviews Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man and Under Capricorn at Classic Movie Guide

Phil Hall reviews The Duke is Tops on Film Threat

Roderick Health reviews The Sargasso Manuscript at Ferdy on Films

Michael W. Phillips Jr. reviews Tale of the Fox at Goatdog’s Movies

Dennis Schwartz reviews Black Robe, Breaker Morant, and Nighttide at Ozus’ World Movie Reviews

Nathan Shumate reviews Robinson Crusoe at Cold Fusion Video Reviews

Cole Smithey reviews Mean Streets at ColeSmithey.com

Felix Vasquez Jr. reviews The Girl Can’t Help It at Cinema Crazed

OFCS Member Nathan Shumate Publishes Book on B-Movies

The Golden Age of Crap: 77 B-Movies From the Glory Days of VHS, the new book from OFCS member Nathan Shumate, is now available to purchase online.

From the book’s website:

The Golden Age of Crap serves up a sampling of junk-food flicks that gained their audiences on videocassette rental shelves during the ’80s and ’90s, a time when one couldn’t visit the video rental store without being tempted by Italian post-apocalyptic adventures, ninja revenge yarns, and zombie-filled “camcorder epics.” The movies covered here run from sleeper hits (Phantasm II) to cult favorites (The Dead Next Door), from unknown stinkers (Plutonium Baby) to undiscovered gems (America’s Deadliest Home Video), all examined with a critical but fun-loving eye.

The OFCS congratulates Nathan on the publication of his new book.

TV Update

TV shows our members are watching:

Sean Axmaker reviews Daria: The Complete Animated Series and Hamlet at seanax.com

David Cornelius reviews Doctor Who: Flesh and Stone at Popcornworld

Phil Hall reviews The Honeymooners: Valentine Special for FilmSnobbery.com

International Update

Films our members outside the U.S. are watching:

Anton Bitel reviews 1, Drones, Eraser Children, Fish Story, Meat Grinder, and Vengeance at EyeforFilm

Rich Cline reviews Four Lions and One Night in Turin at Shadows on the Wall

Outside the Mainstream Update

Some “outside the mainstream” films our members are watching:

Sean Axmaker reviews California Dreamin’ and Tidal Wave (Haeundae) at seanax.com

Steve Biodrowski reviews Three (a.k.a. Three Extremes II) at Cinefantastique

Dustin Putman reviews Fraternity Massacre at Hell Island at DustinPutman.com

Kent Turner reviews the best of the Tribeca Film Festival at Film-Forward.com

Classics Update

Classic films our members are watching:

Sean Axmaker reviews At Sword’s Point, The Bandit of Sherwood Forest, Miyamoto Musashi: The Ultimate Samurai, Rock ‘n’ Roll High School, Sword of Sherwood Forest, and Spaghetti Western Double Features, Vols. I and II at seanax.com

Steve Biodrowski discusses three Fritz Lang classics (Woman in the Moon, The Testament of Dr. Mabuse, and M) at Cinefantastique

Michael E. Grost discusses the works of Edgar G. Ulmer at Classic Film and Television

A.J. Hakari reviews Dracula’s Daughter, For Your Eyes Only, and Green for Danger at ReelTalk Movie Reviews

Phil Hall reviews Chimes at Midnight for Film Threat

James Kendrick reviews Dillinger is Dead and Vivre sa vie at The QNetwork

John J. Puccio reviews K-19: The Widowmaker at DVDTown

Dennis Schwartz reviews The Emperor’s Naked Army Marches On, Hitler, and Monika at Ozus’ World Movie Reviews

Nathan Shumate reviews Hideous! at Cold Fusion Video Reviews

Cole Smithey reviews Vertigo at ColeSmithey.com

TV Update

TV shows our members are watching:

MaryAnn Johanson reviews Doctor Who: The Time of Angels and Doctor Who: Flesh and Stone at FlickFilosopher.com

James O’Ehley reviews Invader Zim Seasons 1 & 2 at the Sci-Fi Movie Page

International Update

Films our members outside the U.S. are watching:

Anton Bitel reviews Depositarios, Transmission, and Valhalla Rising at EyeforFilm

Rich Cline reviews The Disappearance of Alice Creed, Erasing David, The Milk of Sorrow, Revanche, and 24 City at Shadows on the Wall

Classics Update

Classic films our members are watching:

Glenn Erickson reviews Central Airport, The Last Flight, and Vivra sa vie at DVD Savant

Phil Hall reviews Doctor Zhivago and The Fantasticks at FilmSnobbery.com

James Kendrick reviews The Fugitive Kind and Ride With the Devil at The QNetwork

Christopher Long reviews M Ride with the Devil and Vivre sa vie at DVDTown.com

John J. Puccio reviews Escape from L.A. and Saving Private Ryan at DVDTown

Dennis Schwartz reviews Girl With A Suitcase, Mother and Son, and Three Songs About Lenin at Ozus’ World Movie Reviews

Nathan Shumate reviews The Bloody Judge and The Giant Gila Monster at Cold Fusion Video Reviews

Cole Smithey reviews The Shining at ColeSmithey.com

Eric D. Snider discusses The Blues Brothers at Cinematical and Vertigo at Film.com

Also, Steve Biodrowski takes a look at movies villains from years past whose deaths have provoked a tear at Cinefantastique

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