Cecil reviews the inventive zombie horror comedy Dead Heat.
Bursting at the seams with colorful footage filmed on-location in Hawaii, this virtual vacation will jet you off to the beautiful island of Oahu, where you’ll learn all about Hawaiian history and culture while discovering numerous filming locations seen in a handful of great movies that filmed in the islands, including The Descendants, 50 First Dates, From Here to Eternity, Elvis Presley’s Hawaii Trilogy, and even the mega-blockbuster Jurassic Park
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 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.
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.
In this edition of the Minority Report Reviews, we go back in time (not literally) to 2008 to take a long look at the second X-Files film. Does it deserve the hate? Is it a hidden gem? Join us as we dive in to the snow and spell Billy Connoly’s name wrong on more than one occasion!
Time for another trip to Camp Crystal Lake with your host the Fear Fan! This time, we explore the horrors of drinking games, inappropriate handstands, and barns that are entirely too sinister for their own good. Enjoy!
In this badly animated film featuring the voices of Lea Michele, Dan Aykroyd, Jim Belushi, and Kelsey Grammer, Dorothy is brought back to Oz to save her old friends from a villain called the Jester. It’s Oz without any of the charm, imagination, or talent!
Mendo joins the ranks of fellow reviewers who’ve reviewed short porno films, but unlike Anal Dwarf or Chirpy, this one is less erotic and more just… silly!
Joey doubts that Nigel would think this crossover was “Smashing!” Let’s see how this insanity unfolds with the last theatrical movie featuring the Rugrats.
India, America, England, Bollywood music, Aishwarya Rai, and Gurinder Chadha directing: what more could you want? Well… maybe a Darcy who actually appeals. But we can’t have everything, right?
The Horror Guru tackles the rockabilly sequel to the infamous ’80s slasher classic Slumber Party Massacre, simply titled Slumber Party Massacre II. Hold on to your butts, kids, it’s going to be a wild ride!
Cecil takes a look at the history of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, and what led up to the 2013 sequel, Texas Chainsaw 3D.
The King of the Monsters is back, this time under the wing of Gareth Edwards, known for his other critically acclaimed movie about giant monsters. Is this finally a worthy adaptation of Gojira? Or is it worse than Roland Emmerich’s disaster?
Mr. Mendo brings you a blast from the past with this follow-up to his final review from his army days! Check it out if you wanna be ready for the final film of the trilogy, out later this year!
Cecil’s Mainstream May continues with the 2013 film The Host.
Joey has a question to ask, while drinking from his minion coffee mug and wearing a vintage minion t-shirt.
Now updated with Part Two! How many corpses are in that house really? The Count takes a look at House of 1000 Corpses, directed by rock star Rob Zombie and starring Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sherrie Moon and Rainn Wilson.