The sequel to one of the John Carpenter’s best films.
Which films ranged from blowing Joey away, to being worth seeing on TV again?
In this episode, the Fear Fan examines the rebirth of the Friday the 13th franchise! This bold, exciting new take on the series had the working title of Repetition, and that tells you just about all you need to know.
The Suspect takes a look at the last theatrical release of the Home Alone series: Home Alone 3. Is it really as bad as everyone makes it out to be?
Which ones made it to the top… of the worst?
It’s the fourth annual Blood Splattered Christmas Special, as the Horror Guru tackles Bob Clark’s sorority slaying slashterpiece Black Christmas.
Count Jackula starts off 2015 with a bang!
Cecil gives the remake of Black Christmas the full “exploring treatment”, with a comprehensive look at a little of the 1974 original and a lot of the 2006 remake.
This might as well be the 34583rd film adaptation of A Christmas Carol, now brought to us from the schmucks at Image Movers! Bah, Humbug!
Cecil begins a new series called “Vs.”, where he’ll take two movies that have a major similarity, and talk about what they have in common and what they do differently. This episode goes into the legal battle between the makers of Parts: The Clonus Horror and The Island, and breaks down some of the major similarities between the films.
In this special holiday episode, we sit on the lap of the 2003 dark comedy Bad Santa, which stars Billy Bob Thornton as an embittered veteran con artist who spends his Christmases burglarize shopping malls with his short-of-stature business partner, played by Tony Cox, while in the guise of a department store Santa Claus and his helper elf.
The Discworld! Terry Pratchett! Sky One! Visuals that are (mostly) gorgeous, main characters who are (mostly) brilliant, and a three-hour miniseries that should have been shorter. But still, Death is in it. And he’s wonderful. Also, Ursa talks about hero/villain shipping.
It’s become a bit of tradition by now for Sofie to post early reviews of the Hobbit movies, so let’s look at the last one and finish this thing.
To celebrate the 86th anniversary of one of his favorite cartoon characters, Joey counts down some of his most memorable moments!
Sybil judges Dredd! Get it?!
The Horror Guru celebrates Lancegiving by reviewing Stan Winston’s directorial debut Pumpkinhead, the 1988 cult classic starring Lance Henriksen of Aliens fame.
The Animated Heroine reviews Disney’s Big Hero 6. Does it live up to the hype?
Tony Stark: Not just Iron Man any more. In this episode, Ursa discusses the crumbling of Tony’s hyper-masculine ideal to reveal someone who’s actually… kind of great.