The 13th Floor

Films 

When Dracula Discovered Kung Fu: LEGEND OF THE SEVEN DEADLY VAMPIRES

When Christopher Lee finally decided to hang up his cape and fangs at Hammer after the box office flops, DRACULA A.D. 1972 and THE SATANTIC RITES OF DRACULA, things got really weird. For the second time Hammer decided to make a Dracula film sans Lee — the first being BRIDES OF DRACULA — the immediate […]

Films 

A Surreal, Grotesque, and Dazzling Adventure into THE BOXER’S OMEN

When I was a kid, my Sunday mornings were owned by the USA Network. It began at about six o’clock in the morning with USA Cartoon express, then it continued into the late morning with WWF Superstars of Wrestling, then in the afternoon it folded neatly into the coup de grace, Kung Fu Theatre. Bruceploitation […]