BLOOD DRIVE
2017, Syfy, 91 min, USA, Dir: David Straiton

Welcome to BLOOD DRIVE, a new grindhouse-inspired series soaked in high-octane chaos and just barely approved for television. After Los Angeles’ last good cop is forced to join a twisted cross-country death race, his only hope of survival is a dangerous femme fatale. Oh, and forget gasoline … these cars run on human blood. Together the unlikely pair embark on this dangerous competition where either you’re first … or you’re fuel. The series, starring Christina Ochoa (“Animal Kingdom”) and Alan Ritchson (“Smallville”), is from Universal Cable Productions and executive producers John Hlavin (“Underworld: Awakening”) and David Straiton (“Bates Motel”). BLOOD DRIVE premieres on Syfy June 14 at 10/9c.


WOLF GUY
URUFU GAI: MOERO ÔKAMI-OTOKO
1975, AGFA, 86 min, Japan, Dir: Kazuhiko Yamaguchi

This Toei Studios-produced adaptation of the Kazumasa Hirai manga features action star Shinichi "Sonny" Chiba in the title role, an enraged, last-of-his-kind lycanthrope who uses his powers to solve crimes. Justly legendary, WOLF GUY mashes up horror, martial arts and cop movies to daze viewers into submission with a barrage of spectral tiger attacks, surgical experiments, government conspiracies and ’70s funk sounds.


PSYCHO III
1986, Universal, 93 min, USA, Dir: Anthony Perkins

Anthony Perkins directs and stars in this final theatrical installment of the PSYCHO saga. As Norman Bates, he’s still dealing with the fallout from the last group of killings in the form of a nosy journalist and a disgruntled motel employee. On the plus side, he’s fallen in love with a suicidal nun (Diana Scarwid) - but Norman’s over-protective mother never did think much of his taste in women.


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