“I don’t know what I expected from a movie about a guy speaking through a beaver puppet, exactly, but I’m pretty sure it wasn’t a sobering message about the debilitating effects of depression.”
Category: Movie Review
The Fear Fan’s back, and this time he’s taking on another classic slasher franchise! Having already explored the Nightmare on Elm Street series, it’s Jason’s turn, as we take a look at the original Friday the 13th!
Pokémonth continues with a sequel so big, Warner Bros. couldn’t even wait a full year to take your money–I mean, bring it to you!
Mendo returns from his latest long absence to follow up on his previous, short review of My Little Pony: Equestria Girls, and castratedly give into his fans’ demands to make a full review of the Damn Pony Movie. Keep an eye out for the Horror Guru, and the return of a very special friend!
Ursa kicks off October with Unbreakable, one of the few M. Night Shyamalan movies with a twist that makes sense. Come for the Bruce Willis, stay for Samuel L. Jackson, deconstruction of the superhero genre, and “Ohhh…how did I not see that coming?”
“Who would have thought a movie about kids killing kids would be this family-friendly?”
Il Neige kicks off Pokémonth, a month-long series of reviews looking back at the eight Pokémon movies dubbed by 4Kids! So grab your popcorn and a big bottle of Pokémon tears to wash it down!
The Horror Guru celebrates the start of October with the 1988 cult classic Night of the Demons, starring scream queen Linnea Quigley. This episode also marks the first ever Blood Splattered Halloween Special, and it’s got everything from heavy metal to gore galore. Oh yeah!
“You’re constantly waiting for one errant bullet or one bit of shrapnel to end the entire human race as we know it. As far as action movies go, the stakes don’t get any higher.”
It’s the official “true story” behind Little Red Riding Hood, brought to us by the Weinsteins, which in no way is riding off the success of Shrek!
“It’s safe to say that with its stilted acting, clumsy dialogue, and TV movie-level cinematography, Atlas Shrugged II is Objectively bad.”
Cecil finally reviews the much requested Hulk Hogan wrestling movie No Holds Barred!
Solkir reviews a film starring Willem Dafoe, and some other people.
In this episode: fashion, entry-level jobs, entitlement, ambition, the impeccable Miranda Priestly, and the price of success. Also: Anne Hathaway, impractical shoes, and how to get fired from NerdQuest.
“Neveldine/Taylor inject the Ghost Rider sequel with enough energy to keep it from being a total washout; But not even they can counteract the direct-to-video, anything-for-a-paycheck vibe that pervades this whole thing.”
Moonbase is an entertaining but very overlooked action sci-fi movie from the late ’90s. The movie is cheesy, but it’s the good kind of cheese.
“As he points his gun at Packer’s head, I felt like he was also pointing a monologue gun at my own head, softly and rapidly firing word bullets into my brain.”
“It’s clear the filmmakers saw Donnie Darko, and literally no other movie ever made.”
Cecil reviews one of the most notorious intentionally “bad” films to come along in a while, and takes a look at the company behind it.
Joey watches the wacky adaptation of one of his favorite children’s books growing up. We suggest not watching this review on an empty stomach, though, because you might get really hungry!