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Peter’s Retro Reviews: The Salute of the Jugger (1989)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen “People no longer remembered the Golden Age of the 20th Century. They didn’t remember the miraculous technology or the cruel wars that followed. They didn’t remember when Juggers first played The Game or how it came to be played with a dog skull…” The world in which the movie is set is a barren and bleak…


Peter’s Retro Rewind: Night Hawks (1981)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen Memory is a funny thing, wouldn’t you agree? And I don’t mean the children’s game where you’re supposed to find pairs among scattered picture cards on a table. No, I mean memories stored inside that weird and wonderful thing called your brain. And this being a site about movies, I’m talking movie-related memories, of course. Sometimes…


Peter’s Retro Movie Review: Split Second (1992)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen ”After forty days and nights of torrential rain, the city is largely submerged below water, a result of the devastating effects of continued global warming. The warnings ignored for decades have now resulted in undreamed-of levels of pollution where day has become almost endless night.” We’re in London! It’s 2008! It’s the future… or at least…


070 – TFFP: Ladyhawke (1985)

Tweet In this episode of The Forgotten Flix Podcast, we’re struggling with a curse. Apparently, Jason turns into poop tossing primate by day and Joel turns into a slightly used douche bag by night. Oh wait… that’s not a curse, that’s how we’ve always been. Nevermind. Because this week we’re talking about that fantasy flick from 1985, Ladyhawke! Directed by:…


Peter’s Retro Reviews: Wanted: Dead or Alive (1987)

Tweet by Peter Nielsen During the 80’s there seemed to be a slew of good Rutger Hauer-movies being released at regular intervals. Nighthawks, Blade Runner, The Hitcher, Flesh & Blood, Ladyhawke, Blind Fury and of course Wanted: Dead or Alive… Take your pick! He had a good stint in the 90’s too with Split Second and Wedlock for instance, and…