Author: Cinema Slob

VIDEO: Joe's Apartment (1996)

After returning from a bit of a hiatus, the Cinema Slob returns to find his apartment crawling with pests (voiced by fellow Agony Booth reviewers Joey Tedesco and Mr. Mendo)! He bugs out and reviews Joe’s Apartment, the first movie from MTV Films. Does this creepy crawly comedy still have wings? Or does it deserve to be squashed?

VIDEO: Lost in Space (1998)

This episode, the Slob looks back at his childhood to take on the 1998 sci-fi classic Lost in Space! Does the film still hold up, or is the Slob just another space cadet? Watch and find out, and enjoy a special cameo from our own Count Jackula!

VIDEO: The Losers (2010)

Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, and Zoe Saldana, The Losers is about a military unit framed for a crime they didn’t commit, and their mission to take down the man who set them up. Be a winner, and watch this review of The Losers!

VIDEO: The Scorpion King (2002)

The Cinema Slob is ready to rock (hah!) as he reviews The Scorpion King, a spin-off film from the popular Mummy franchise. Often looked down upon for simply being a cheap attempt to prove Dwayne Johnson could be believable as an action star, the Slob finds that there’s a lot more going on in this movie. And most of it involves a perpetually half-naked Kelly Hu.

VIDEO: The Cinema Slob Christmas Special

It’s the beginning of an annual holiday tradition! Come spend Christmas with the Cinema Slob and all of his friends, including Brad Jones AKA the Cinema Snob, the Last Angry Geek, “Steve”, and the entire Agony Booth crew (plus or minus 17 reviewers).

VIDEO: The Happening (2008)

The M. Night Before Christmas continues! There’s something in the air as the Cinema Slob takes a look at Shyamalan’s The Happening, starring Mark Wahlberg and Zooey Deschanel as a couple on the run from vengeful, suicide-inducing plants.

VIDEO: Lady in the Water (2006)

The Slob begins a special series of reviews called The M. Night Before Christmas, where he looks at the films of the internet’s favorite punching bag, M. Night Shyamalan! First up, Lady in the Water, starring Paul Giamatti as a crazy super who finds Bryce Dallas Howard in a pool, and discovers she’s a mythical mermaid-thing who’s come to protect the savior of humanity, cleverly played by Shyamalan himself!

VIDEO: Green Lantern (2011)

Now equipped with an alien ring, the Cinema Slob heads to Chicago’s sci-fi convention Cyphan, to get help from the only man who knows comics, the Last Angry Geek! It’s a fitting end to Superhero Month, and the first proper “crossover” from the Slob.

VIDEO: Catwoman (2004)

In his ongoing look at superhero films, the Cinema Slob takes a look at DC’s effort to make a Catwoman film. Find out just how many lives this kitty has, as the Slob sinks his claws into this purrrrfect action movie.

VIDEO: Elektra (2005)

After last week’s encounter with an alien symbiote, the Slob offers an apology to his female viewers by taking a look at Jennifer Garner as Elektra. So how does Marvel’s first female-centric film hold up? Check out this week’s episode of the Cinema Slob to find out!

VIDEO: Spider-Man 3 (2007)

Continuing his look at superhero movies, the Slob checks out Sam Raimi’s finale to his Spider-Man trilogy! Unfortunately, something dark and mysterious lurks in the shadows of this review, as the Slob is transformed by a strange goo. What does this mean for his defense of Spider-Man 3? Watch and find out!

VIDEO: Daredevil (2003)

Since the amazing special effects of Speed Racer has left the Slob blind, he’s decided to take a look (no pun intended) at a movie featuring a man with the same disability. Check out the Slob’s state-appointed defense of Daredevil!

VIDEO: Speed Racer (2008)

The Cinema Slob takes a look at the Wachowski siblings’ 2008 adaptation of the anime classic Speed Racer! Get ready for fast cars, insane stunts, hot girls, and special effects so intense that… well, you’ll see.

VIDEO: The A-Team (2010)

In 2010, a great action movie adaptation of a hit 1980s action TV show was panned by critics for a crime it didn’t commit. It promptly went to DVD, where it remained mostly forgotten. Today, still disliked by a majority of major film “critics”, it survives as a movie loved by true fans of action-adventure and comedy. If you never saw it, if you had only heard bad things, and if you didn’t know any better than to blindly trust the critics, maybe you should watch: The Cinema Slob’s review of The A-Team!