“Will make anyone who loves to watch demi-gods jumping onto the backs of large computer-generated beasts giddy.”
Category: Movie Review
“It’s an enrapturing, pulse-pounding film that elevates trashy, sensationalistic material to an artistic expression of primal sensuality. It’s also one of the most nakedly transphobic films ever made.”
Had no idea Alan Arkin would appear in a Tim Burton movie! Seriously!
Another classic JCVD action flick.
Say his name three times, and you get one of Joey’s favorite comedies!
Ursa talks Snake People/Millennials, the inevitable revolution where robots take all our jobs, and a movie about women in a quiet, dystopian future where everything done got screwed up.
The troubled history of the sequel to The Crow.
The first part of Joey’s retrospective of all the feature films Tim Burton has directed, starting with a big adventure!
In yet another “You Asked For It” episode, the Fear Fan tackles Twixt, the misbegotten creation of Francis Ford Coppola that proves that some ideas should have a stake put in them from the start.
Join the Suspect as he takes a look at the divisive Star Wars Episode I. Prequel defenders unite! Features cameos by Cubix, Joey Tedesco, and Il Neige.
We’re setting sail for adventure! Boldly going where no one has gone before! And dealing with Jim Hawkins and his daddy issues while we’re at it! Also: singing! And greenscreen and Tim Curry!
Cecil takes a deeper look into the production of the horror film Sinister.
“Gods and Monsters is explicitly a ‘what if?’ story, made by someone who loves these characters and wants to play around with them a little.”
Taking fashion seriously, Queen Bees, Miranda Priestly, and Getting What You Want: Ursa takes a look at how the women win in The Devil Wears Prada.
Renegado went to see the new Dragon Ball Z movie in the theaters and can still hardly process it. Here’s his quick review of the movie.
The post-apocalyptic Road House.
The balls are in there. Or are they? Il Neige re-opens the book on one of the most hated adaptations of all time to see if it’s really that bad.
One of the best and scariest sci-fi horror films of all time.
“It feels like there’s no reason for this movie to have even been made, apart from the first film becoming a cult hit, and comic book adaptations now being even bigger business than they were in 2005.”
Does the legend of Robin Hood work with talking animals and recycled animation?