Bobby Dillard

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (22 of 27)
Location: Indiana, USA
In My Own Words:
I collect military things.
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 397,121 - Total Helpful Votes: 22 of 27
Fangoria: Blood Drive - DVD <b>DVD</b> ~ Clive Barker
Fangoria: Blood Drive - DVD DVD ~ Clive Barker
3.0 out of 5 stars So-So Horror Anthology, July 14 2004
Blood Drive is a collection of short horror films made by regular people complied by Fangoria magazine. Supposedly only the best were used, but I find it hard to believe after viewing all of them. There are some very good films in the batch ("The Hitch" comes to mind as does "Inside") and some not so good films ("Song of the Zombie" stands out). For a so-so collection of horror shorts, this one is worth viewing.
No Substitute for Victory [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ John Wayne
For some curious reason, the Vietnam War was largely absent from US cultural outlets like cinema, comic books, television shows, etc. even though it was one of the most important issues of the time. In the movies, only two films actually dealt with Vietnam as a primary focus when the war was still raging. The two were To the Shores of Hell (1964) and The Green Berets (1968). Both films were pro-US and pro-US involvement in Vietnam. Perhaps it was fitting that the fellow (John Wayne) involved with bringing to the silver screen the most well-known of the two Vietnam films (The Green Berets) was also responsible for the documentary that argued not only for the US effort in Vietnam but also… Read more
House of 1000 Corpses [Import] <b>DVD</b> ~ Sid Haig
1.0 out of 5 stars Horrible Horror Film, June 7 2004
I, like many others, was anxiously awaiting the release of Zombie's House of 1,000 Corpses. What horror buff wasn't given that the film was REFUSED release due to explicit carnage scenes? However, what was finally released was a massive disappointment. Zombie dropped the ball in two big ways: 1) He tried to cram too many villains into the film. With Spalding, with the family of weirdos and with the mysterious subterranean Dr. Satan, there were too many bad guys for the viewer to effectively loathe. I got the feeling that Zombie had three films in mind and yet pushed all of them together. 2) There was hardly any real gore effects. A major reason fear film fanatics were going to see… Read more