The Taint The Meat Eighties Fantasy Movie Season rolls ever onward with this week’s entry, the disappointing Red Sonja from 1985. Continue reading Red Sonja (1985)
It’s Sword and Sorcery Movie Season here at Taint The Meat, and this week it’s the turn of this humdinger from 1980. Get your neon ping-pong balls ready, it’s Hawk the Slayer. Continue reading Hawk the Slayer (1980)
It’s 1980’s fantasy movie season here at Taint The Meat, and this time it’s the turn of this classic from 1982: The Sword and The Sorcerer. Continue reading The Sword and The Sorcerer (1982)
It’s 1980’s Fantasy Movie Season here at TTM, and this week it’s the turn of Disney’s Dragonslayer from 1981.
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Ahhh, Beastmaster. I’m a great fan of cheesy fantasy flicks, especially those from the 1980’s, and this cult classic was one of my favourites when I was a teen. It’s got everything: an avenging hero; sword fights; monsters; black tigers; witches. And Tanya Roberts gets her tits out.
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I’m a big fan of boisterous 80’s fantasy cinema, and Krull (1983) is one of my favourites. Continue reading Krull (1983)
Over the last decade or so Lego has experienced an impressive upswing of popularity in modern culture. Those small multicoloured building blocks have spawned theme parks, cartoons, computer games and a surprisingly existential movie, released in 2014. Thanks mainly to some canny licensing deals — such as Star Wars, Marvel and DC Comics, to name a few — the Lego brand is now one of the most recognisable in the world. So when the company announced a few months ago that it was going to release a set featuring The Beatles Yellow Submarine, the reaction of fans wasn’t so much why, as when? Continue reading Lego: The Beatles Yellow Submarine