– (1982) – A man uses psychic powers to catch a murderer who happens to be his twin brother. An intriguing idea worth following to the end, and has many brushes with great nudity along the way. The main problem is the pace, which is entirely too slow and keeps excitement from ever creeping in.
– (1978) – A magical author and a vampire manipulate the minds and necks of women. A second version of Lucifer’s Women that adds new scenes of horror hokum and in turn loses the smutty highlights of the initial version. Still doesn’t make much sense, but has enough going on to not consider a complete failure.
– (2016) – A troubled woman learns her role in monster attacks that are befalling Seoul. A unique and refreshing spin on giant creature movies, complete with highly involving characters and a plethora of surprises. Some of the dramatics are on the stiff side, but when all is said and done there’s nothing quite like this, which is a great thing.
– (2017) – A mute woman falls for a creature the government is holding captive as a means to win the space race. Certainly unusual, and does a great job creating sympathy for the central characters. For every moment of wonder, however, there are those of silliness and predictability. A B-movie with art house sensibilities.
– (1973) – A man with the power to extract souls from the living and put them in the dead helps resurrect someone’s wife. Though the premise is far from ordinary (unless you’ve seen The Asphyx) the handling of some serious conditions too often come across as hammy. A breeze to watch, but does succumb to silliness and repetition.