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Review in a Nutshell: Shamelessly cribbing from numerous other films such as Mad Max and Star Wars, Metalstorm: The Destruction of Jared-Syn is an inappropriately named piece of low-budget science fantasy. Originally released in stereoscopic 3-D, this ambitious but incomprehensible little gem has been rescued from obscurity by a terrible DVD release. (It’s also on Netflix Instant at the time of this writing.)
Review in a Nutshell: Few action movies encapsulate the anti-drug anxieties of the Eighties quite like Death Wish 4: The Crackdown, which also features roller skating arcades, fish-smuggling, and multiple exploding villains.
Remember to eat your fruit and vegetables, because Cobra is the Greatest Movie EVER!
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Review in a Nutshell: There are some movies that define an era, embedding themselves in the fabric of popular media and influencing later films for decades to come. And there are films like Cobra, which encapsulate the craziest elements of an entire period in film and then are promptly, tragically forgotten.
Prepare to lurk in public restroom stalls and playgrounds, because Revenge of the Ninja is the Greatest Movie EVER!
Review in a Nutshell: The second film in the unofficial “Ninja Trilogy”, Revenge of the Ninja is a real-deal ninja movie starring real-deal ninja, Sho Kosugi. Be prepared for skullduggery and lots of dirty tricks in this slice of eighties goodness.