Spanish director Juan Piquer Simon had quite the ambivalent career when it came to the type of films he helmed. Two of his movies, Pieces (1983) and Slugs (1988), were both hard-R gore fests that, in my humble opinion, Simon really seemed to excel at. Then there was his attempts near the end of his trade in what I can only describe as bland, vanilla-horror: The Rift (1990) and Cthulhu Mansion (1992) which I addressed in length before.
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Thursday, September 4, 2014
Been very busy lately at work. It's hard begging for change at the Interstate on-ramp during these summer months. I use most of my "earnings" on Big Gulp refills. My ex-wives have demanded more alimony leaving me little time to devote to my movie collection — a collection that has been gathering quite a bit of dust these last few months. But fear not. I have recently gotten back into an old, bad habit and viewed a Superman knockoff from Spanish director Juan Piquer Simon (Pieces, Slugs and Pod People)...Supersonic Man!!!
The girls in high school used to call me...hey wait a second!
Yeah, that's a fucking action figure flying through space. See you real soon.