Though not as gory or over-the-top as Stuart Gordon’s previous films, Dolls is still worthwhile thanks to its moody atmosphere and some impressive effects.
While not as well-made as the original, Trancers II: The Return of Jack Deth still succeeds thanks to its strong performances, fun action, and funny quips.
While the acting is mostly uninspired and the film is clearly influenced by much better films, Ghoulies is still a fun bit of 80s schlock.
Though elements of the story are problematic, Meridian: Kiss of the Beast still benefits from great production design and decent performances.
Though lacking in acting, plot, and pacing, Laserblast still provides enough B-movie entertainment for any cult film aficionados.
With even more puppet action than before, some fun kills, and a good continuation of the last film, Puppet Master II is an improvement over its predecessor.
Thanks to some amazing creature effects, a compelling and out-there story, and memorable performances, From Beyond is another Stuart Gordon classic.
While hampered by budgetary limitations, Doctor Mordrid works as a fun fantasy film thanks to its lead characters, simple story, and decent visuals.
Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama may have mediocre acting, a ridiculous story, and hokey effects, but it still succeeds at being a fun B-movie.
Though many of the visual effects haven’t aged well, Dollman is still a solidly entertaining film thanks to its strong leads, good story, and fun action.