After a two-movie hiatus, Jean-Claude Van Damme returns to the Universal Soldier series.
Category: Movie Review
Welcome to the first in a series of reviews we’re calling Movies that Predicted Trump, where we discuss the films that foretold (in ways both large and small) the election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States.
This episode, Ursa tackles an entirely forgettable Will Smith comedy vehicle and asks: is there such a thing as an ethical pickup artist? And if not, why not?
I’m about to write a sentence that I (and most of you) would have never imagined that I would write: I think Rules Don’t Apply is a good movie… because it reminds me of The Room.
Let’s not dilly-dally! It’s time to talk about the sequel to that one game that totally holds up.
Hicks-ploitation from the Great White North.
Count Jackula returns from a long absence only to discover that Rob Zombie’s Halloween II is waiting for him. Can he review what many consider to be the worst Halloween film in the entire franchise?
Considering their earlier efforts to downplay or explain away any and all “supernatural” characters and occurrences in the MCU as simply “aliens” or “really advanced science”, I do get the impression that Marvel made this movie less because they wanted to than because the fans wanted them to.
David returns from an extended hiatus with a rather appropriate review of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, the epic animated adaptation of Frank Miller’s seminal graphic novel where a seasoned Batman comes out of retirement
Part 2 of the Fear Fan’s in depth examination of what happens when you mix Carrie with Friday the 13th!
Happy birthday, Carrie Fisher! Also in this episode: The Force Awakens, the reality of time passing and mortality, and approaches to progress.
One of the best werewolf movies in recent years.
So The Phantom Menace was a disappointment, to say the least. But no matter; Lucas will have learned from his mistakes, and Episode II’s gonna be awesome! Right?….. right?
Need a little something extra to spice up Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice? Or perhaps you’d love to see some of the characters eaten by zombies after a bad experience in English Lit 101?…
A deeper look into the groundbreaking film that changed cinema.
It may not be one of the best film posters ever designed, but there’s no denying its eloquence: Surrounded by green leaves and thick roots, a severed human hand lies on the ground. In the grip of its bloody fingers, an iPhone displays Twitter’s latest trends: #JungleGate, #ACTnowUN, #SocialJusticeForAll, #NativeLivesMatter, and #IndigenousLivesMatter…
It’s an experience I’m sure we’re all familiar with. It’s the middle of the night and you’ve just snuck out of your room for a quick snack. Everyone else is asleep, so you move carefully so as not to wake anyone up—yet every step you take is done in quick tippy-toe sprints, just so you don’t have to stay in the dark too long…
In the first half of this first 2-part episode, the Fear Fan takes a look at the follow up to his favorite Paramount-era Friday the 13th! Does lightning strike twice, or will the series sink to the bottom of Crystal Lake?