Documentary filmmaker Steve Hoover’s sophomore feature effort “Crocodile Gennadiy” is a riveting film with an equally riveting subject at its core. Gennadiy Mokhnenko is a man of the cloth, but that doesn’t stop him from going outside the law to do what he believes is right. Pastor Gennadiy began his one-man crusade to help the […]
“Blood Surf” is neither “Big Wednesday" nor "The Endless Summer,” but for Schlock lovers it’s a movie that rides high on a wave of blood and gore. Gnarly, dude.
Filled with sexuality, eerie Gothic imagery and a ghost-on-girl love scene, "The Legend of Hell House" is a top-notch horror classic.
"Where the Road Runs Out" features a message of transformation and returning to one's roots to find their core self will resonate with many of the audience.
"Violet" is a departure for director Luiso Berdejo. But it clearly embodies his distinctive style, and his voice resonates loudly with this indie gem.
“Uzumasa Limelight" is a moving piece of cinema that charms and shines the spotlight on one of Japan’s premier Kirareyaku artists, and its ending is beautiful.
Everything about "Journey to the Seventh Planet" would land it on most people's "worst of" list, but those aspects make it right at home in the Schlock Vault.
In the final film of the Showa era, Godzilla returns to display the badassery that earned him the moniker "The King of the Monsters."