Category Archives: Lee’s Pick A Flick Video

Every week Lee gives you a video rental gem to check out.

A Bittersweet life ( 2005 )

Master genre filmmaker Jee-woon Kim’s second film “A Bittersweet Life ” is the story of a lovestuck hitman who will do anything to protect to woman he loves, even though he’s only met her once. You can stream this beast on Amazon prime!

Color out of Space ( 2020)

In the mid 90’s Director Richard Stanley attempted to film his dream project a R rated adaptation of H.G. Wells “The Island of Dr. Moreau” . If you’ve seen the great documentary ” Lost Soul: The Doomed Journey of Richard Stanley’s Island of Dr. Moreau ” you know it didn’t go well. Now after a […]

Darker than Amber ( 1970 )

Its strange to think of a film from 1970 as being lost , but that’s just what has Happened to Director Robert Clouse’s, Darker than Amber. In the late 1960’s the crime novels written by John D. MacDonald and staring his ” salvage consultant ” Travis McGee, we’re very popular. McGee wasn’t a P.I. in […]

1980’s Sword and Sorcery movies , Streaming now!

Since we’re covering Sword and Sorcery movies this month , here is a quick list of films that you can watch online now . 1- SORCERESS If an article about movies that were inspired by the success, or just outright ripped off another film , doesn’t include at least one movie produced by the great […]

1981, the year of the slasher!

While the Slasher sub-genre got kicked off properly in 1978 with the release of John Carpenters Halloween, and Kicked into high gear in 1980 when Friday the 13th Hit theaters. It wasn’t until one year later when the Slasher cemented itself as the Horror Sub-genre of the Decade. By the end of the year 25 […]

80’s Horror Gems on Amazon Prime

In the 1980’s Video stores were everywhere, and if you were a horror fan . There was no greater thrill than roaming the aisle of your local rental place and searching for that awesome scary movie ( with equally awesome box art ) that you’ve never seen before , or that you’ve seen 100 times […]

The Last Minute ( 2001 )

In 1998 British special effects artists/ filmmaker Stephen Norrington directed Blade, The First successful Live action adaptation of a Marvel Comics Character. I’d imagine after that he had his pick of big budget projects to chose from. Instead he went back to England and made the Last Minute. This isn’t a film that lends itself […]