Professional troubleshooter Mike Colby is sent to the remote planet Xarbia, where a rogue genetics laboratory has created a new life form based on its synthetic DNA, Proto B. What follows is a low-budget rip off of Alien, with the addition of frontal nudity.
In England, ‘bird,’ is a slang term for woman, kind of like a less generic ‘chick.’ The Big Bird Cage, then, is something of a double entendre. On the surface it is is a large sugar cane mill that vaguely resembles a bird cage, but it is also a figurative cage for ‘birds.’ Continue reading →
Big Doll House The Women in Cages Collection Shout Factory The tag line for Big Doll House is, ‘Their bodies were caged, but not their desires.’ That pretty much sums up the fantasy on display in this … Continue reading →
Barbarian Queen Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Sword and Sorcery Collection Shout Factory Barbarian Queen Amathea is preparing for her wedding when her small, grass-hut village is raided by Roman soldiers. Most of her subjects are killed, while … Continue reading →
The Warrior and the Sorceress Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Sword and Sorcery Collection David Carridine stars as Kain. He’s the titular ‘warrior,’ though he doesn’t do much fighting. Instead, his primary weapon is manipulation. One day, he … Continue reading →
Deathstalker II Roger Corman’s Cult Classics Sword and Sorcery Collection Shout Factory Deathstalker was not a good film in terms of story, character, or production value; but it was entertaining. What worked in its favor was the … Continue reading →
Deathstalker Roger Corman’s Cult Classics: Sword and Sorcery Collection Shout Factory Deathstalker is a completely uninhibited take on the sword and sorcery fantasy genre. From start to finish, the film is filled with graphic, gory violence and … Continue reading →
Battle Beyond the Stars Shout! Factory It’s the Seven Samurai in Outer Space, according to Roger Corman, and that’s a fair assessment of it’s plot set up. Akir is a planet of pacifist farmers, caught … Continue reading →