Retro Film Review- Soylent Green

‘Soylent Green’ was a 1973 dystopian science fiction film taking place in the year 2022. It was directed by the late-great Richard Fleischer and released through MGM Studios. New York Police Detective Frank Thorn (Charlton Heston) is assigned to investigate the death of wealthy Soylent Industries executive William R. Simonson (Joseph Cotten). The city is…

Pro-Life Film ‘Roe v. Wade’ Premiers!

‘Roe v. Wade,’ a new film documenting the Supreme Court case that legalized abortion in the United States, has been released via video-on-demand, streaming, and on through various screenings. The movie had its premiere at CPAC 2021 where it was well-received by the audience. “Finally,” director Nick Loeb told StudioJake. “…the truth about what really…

My Top 10 Best Films Of 2020

When it came to 2020, several movies were delayed or affected by the pandemic lockdowns. This made it a strange year where you could either saw one before lockdowns, saw it in a drive-in, or streamed it. For this list of my favorites, I had to go with what I had, so take that into…

Movie Review Flashback- Stepfather 3

The 1992 direct-to-video sequel ‘Stepfather 3,’ also known as ‘Stepfather III: Father’s Day,’ is part of the horror trilogy that follows a vicious serial killer stepdad. It is directed by Guy Magar who co-wrote it with Marc B. Ray. Gene Clifford escapes from the asylum a second time and finds a shady plastic surgeon to…

Movies Stuck In Development Limbo We Want To See (UPDATE)

What is Development Limbo? Pretty much, it is when a film gets through scripting, casting, and even a few stages, but for whatever reason, loss of funding, a production company backs out, an actor or actress quit, they are put on hold. Several entries on my previous lists have been made, but many still linger…

Retro Film Review- Asylum (1972)

Released by Amicus Productions, “Asylum” also known as “House of Crazies,” is a horror anthology film directed by Roy Ward Baker and released in 1972. It was produced by Milton Subotsky and written by Robert Bloch, a popular horror writer at the time. Dr. Martin (Robert Powell) arrives as an asylum for the “incurably insane.”…