Author: Cecil Trachenburg
This week’s selection of Netflix Instant movies.
The return of the Netflix recommendation videos. Much more quick and condensed this time around.
Updated on Jan. 6, 2015 with Part Two! The survival horror game Cold Fear has the feel of the old Resident Evil games, while mixing it up in a completely unique environment.
Cecil gives the remake of Black Christmas the full “exploring treatment”, with a comprehensive look at a little of the 1974 original and a lot of the 2006 remake.
Cecil begins a new series called “Vs.”, where he’ll take two movies that have a major similarity, and talk about what they have in common and what they do differently. This episode goes into the legal battle between the makers of Parts: The Clonus Horror and The Island, and breaks down some of the major similarities between the films.
G4 TV 4 Gamers was the first all gaming television channel. Cecil takes a look at its history, what it did right, and the many things it did wrong.
Long live PM Entertainment! This week, Cecil takes a look at the Karate Kid knockoff A Dangerous Place. Good times.
One of the most notorious movies of the ’90s is still one of the most fun films of the time.
For Halloween, Cecil dissects the film The Cabin in the Woods and points out as many movie/video game references as possible.
Animals attack! Cecil reviews the giant killer bear movie Grizzly.
To liven up your Halloween, here are the ten bloodiest foreign horror films ever.
It’s time for some good old fashioned obscure horror for Halloween! To start things off is the rare cannibal horror comedy Terror at Red Wolf Inn.
Cecil recommends some hard to find Halloween TV specials.
Cecil takes a look at the often forgotten entry in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle franchise, TMNT.
In this episode, Cecil takes an exhaustive look at just how watered down the formerly edgy PG-13 rating has become, and why it’s ruining movies.
“One of the few Full Moon features that didn’t go on to become a franchise.”
5 more wonderful moments in movie history.
One of the most ridiculous B-movies ever. The metal band Psychostick helps Cecil tackle this one by giving the episode an awesome intro tune.
Some new stuff to watch on Netflix.