“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: no one does borderline psychotic military commanders quite like the South Africans.”
Category: Movie Review
The Horror Guru completes the Slumber Party Saga by reviewing the straight-to-video sequel Slumber Party Massacre III.
“We’re really only seeing a woman being forced to strip naked in the woods because the writer wanted to see a woman forced to strip naked in the woods.”
“It takes a lot of gall on the part of the filmmakers to reenact both the Rodney King beating and the Rodney King riots here. It’s embarrassingly heavy-handed in 2014; I can’t imagine how it played three years after the actual riots.”
Joey and the Animated Heroine present their different takes on the DreamWorks sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2.
“After watching The Social Network, I’m more inspired to unplug my computer than I am to create the next online sensation, especially if it means meeting one of these characters.”
One of the early Full Moon movies.
“Contains just a bit more cannibalism than one would expect from a Disney-produced Lone Ranger movie.”
In this episode, the Fear Fan takes on the first film of the current found footage craze: The Blair Witch Project. Does it deserve its reputation, or was it just a flash in the pan?
Joey takes a journey down to Robot City, where he discovers a movie that walks a fine line between great, and fair at best.
“Without the hook of the internet-famous ad, it’s doubtful that many people would have heard or cared about this sporadically funny and rather unassuming film.”
Cecil reviews the inventive zombie horror comedy Dead Heat.
It’s here! The long-awaited sequel that nobody wanted. The Baby Squad continues their mission as Big Baby escapes from prison to commit exactly the same crimes as before. Will they finally stop him for good? And why is Jon Voight still in these movies?
“The whole thing comes off like a highlight reel of action set pieces until we’re well into the final stretch of the movie. ”
The Fear Fan takes a look at the 2014 remake of Godzilla! Was it a titanic success, or just a colossal bore?
The Unusual Suspect reviews the 1999 family adventure movie Stuart Little in full.
Joey relives a nightmare from January, as he takes another look at one of the laziest, uninspired animated movies to come out this year.
“Cruise tackles the role of an action antihero well, even though at age fifty, he’s probably getting too old for this.”
“It appears a significant amount of footage has been put back in just to explain continuity gaffes in the Lester Cut that only hardcore OCD Superman fans ever cared about.”
Cecil takes a look at the 2013 Superman reboot Man of Steel, and talks about why it doesn’t deserve the negative attention it gets, going into the most common complaints about the film and offering counterpoints to them.