A respectable number of reviews and my much-delayed contribution to November’s roundtable:

Battle Beyond the Sun (1963), in which Francis Ford Copolla somehow makes The Heavens Call less interesting by trimming it down to just over an hour and throwing in a couple of gleefully obscene hand-puppet monsters…

Cheeky! (2000), in which you could attempt to engage with Tinto Brass’s extremely eccentric notions of what romance ought to look like, or you could just sit there for 100 minutes drooling over Yuliya Mayarchuck’s butt…

Chopping Mall (1986), in which a terrible career sustains its deceptively promising start…

Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977), in which… crap, I don’t even know where to begin…

Monster from the Ocean Floor (1954), in which Roger Corman literally makes a whole movie┬ájust to prove to himself how far one can stretch a buck, and makes history doing it…

and…

Monstrosity (1987), but you already knew that.
 
 
 



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