Also one with a has-been athlete, for those of you who can’t get enough of sportsball guys making asses of themselves.  A bunch of other stuff, too, as you can see:

 

Blood and Black Lace (1964), in which eating disorders are the least of these models’ worries…

Destroyer (1988), in which I call your attention to the frigging laser sight on the jackhammer in the poster art, which sadly has no basis in the reality of this feeble little film…

The Evil Eye (1963), in which an obsession with paperback murder mysteries occasionally comes in handy…

Hercules (2014), in which Herc isn’t the son of a god, and never really fought a monster, but the movie somehow turns out okay anyway…

The Man from Beyond (1922), in which Harry Houdini’s plan to carve out a new niche for himself in the movies continues not to pan out…

Snowpiercer (2013), in which an impressively international cast, crew, and creative team deliver a timely piss-take on Atlas Shrugged

and…

The Warriors (1979), in which a street gang’s commute from the Bronx back to Coney Island manages to pack in as much danger and adventure as the Great Wanderings of Odysseus.

 
 
 

El Santo rules the wasteland-- and also 1000 Misspent Hours and Counting.


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