Blu-ray Review - The Wild Eye
Minnesota Movie Ads - June 1982

Blu-ray Review - Joysticks


Teen horndog cinema of the 1980s visits the arcade in 1983's "Joysticks," with writer/director Greydon Clark aiming to mastermind his own "Porky's" with this ode to token-fingering juvenile pursuits, bare breasts, and the underdog spirit. It's supremely goofy work, featuring a supporting turn from Joe Don Baker (joining Jon Gries, John Diehl, and Corinne Bohrer), merely out to service its intended demographic of sedated adolescent boys, never rising above sophomoric humor and screamed performances. It's junk, but there's one element of the movie that consistently holds attention: video games. Read the rest at


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