Toronto After Dark: Evil Feed (2013) – Kimani Ray Smith

Gory Night continued last night with the second extreme feature, following the coming-of-age, serial-killer is my brother film, Found, with Evil Feed. The film centers on a Chinese restaurant that kidnaps martial artists, forces them to fight in a cage match, and the loser, properly tenderized by the beating, is served up as dinner to the…

Slaughterhouse Five (1972) – George Roy Hill

Kurt Vonnegut’s unfilmmable novel is brought to the screen by George Roy Hill, who directed two of my favorite films, Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid and The Sting. This entry on the 101 Sci-Fi Movies list was a new one, and I’ve never read the original novel either, so am unable to compare and…

A Clockwork Orange (1971) – Stanley Kubrick

How about a little of the ole ultra-violence early in the new year? The 101 Sci-Fi movies list is happy to give it to you with Kubrick’s classic view of a dystopian future. The film is still bold, frightening, thought-provoking and of course, much like 2001 has a wonderful classical soundtrack. Kubrick adapted the screenplay from Michael Burgess’…