Loot of the Week: Yatsu

Thrusting its frenzied way onto the international scene at the close of the eighties, Shinya Tsukamoto’s genre redefining 1989 Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a 16-mm underground horror that helped bring live-action Japanese cyberpunk to a much wider audience. Yatsu is a metal fetishist who is the literal embodiment of modern man’s delirious obsession with all things technological … Continue reading Loot of the Week: Yatsu

Monster of the Week: Yatsu

Together, we can turn this fucking world to rust! Thrusting its frenzied way onto the international scene at the close of the eighties, Shinya Tsukamoto's genre redefining 1989 Tetsuo: The Iron Man is a 16-mm underground horror that helped bring live-action Japanese cyberpunk to a much wider audience. With some truly bizarre scenes (like a gyrating … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Yatsu

Monster of the Week: Brightburn

What if Superman was a bad guy? That was the basic concept to this year's superhero horror flick, Brightburn (2019), produced by Kenneth Huang and James Gunn (Guardian's of the Galaxy). An origin story to a teenage alien who turns out to have nearly god-like powers, Brightburn tells the tale of Brandon Breyer, a surrogate for … Continue reading Monster of the Week: Brightburn