Monthly Archives: May 2012

dvd review – THE MAN ON THE TRAIN

Some people get ridiculously bent out of shapes when American versions of foreign films get made. Sure, it seems silly that some people won’t watch a movie because it has subtitles. I’ve always laughed at anyone who says, “I watch … Continue reading

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Overcoming Homophobia in 5 Steps

Earlier today I was interviewed by a writer for the Associated Press about my “evolution” from being a homophobic jackass to being somewhat enlightened and accepting same-sex marriage. The AP was referred to me by a friend who had read … Continue reading

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BAMF’s Movie Poster Hall of Fame – THE PEOPLE THAT TIME FORGOT

From the company that brought us The Land that Time Forgot, as well as the same director, comes this far inferior sequel. The third Edgar Rice Burroughs’s book to be adapted by Amicus—Land that Time Forgot and At the Earth’s … Continue reading

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BAMF’s Movie Poster Hall of Fame – THE LAND THAT TIME FORGOT

I saw this in the theaters when I was a kid back in 1975, and I thought it was just about the best movie I’d ever seen. Thankfully, my cinematic tastes have developed over the years (though not that much). … Continue reading

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The BEST OF BAMF – dvd review – SPECIAL

George Romero’s 1977 film Martin remains one of the greatest vampire movies of all time. A brooding deconstruction of the genre and mythology of vampires, Martin raised the burning question of whether or not the title character was really a … Continue reading

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BAMF’s Movie Poster Hall of Fame – ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK

Many of the movie posters that I’ll be highlighting here are for films of questionable quality (and some just plain suck). But then there’s those that, quite simply, totally kickass. Case in point: John Carpenter’s Escape from New York. As … Continue reading

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The Death of MCA and What the Beastie Boys Mean to Me

Somewhere in my vast archives—though I’m not sure where—I have an interview with Adam Yauch, best known to the world as MCA of the Beastie Boys. Earlier today news broke that Yauch has died at age 47 after a long … Continue reading

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BAMF’s Movie Poster Hall of Fame – ESCAPE FROM THE BRONX

And here we have Escape from the Bronx (a.k.a. The Bronx Warriors 2), the sequel to director Enzo G. Castellari’s 1990: The Bronx Warriors. As bad as the first installment of this Italian exploitation rip-off of Escape from New York … Continue reading

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Much Older Attempt at Being an Artist

And here’s something I drew back in 1989…

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Trying to Be An Artist

Later this year I plan on releasing a special edition mini-comic of Black Santa’s Revenge, which was a short comic story that was first published in BadAzz MoFo #7 (which can be purchased here), and was then turned into a … Continue reading

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