Sofie went to the theater once again, and now feels very, very conflicted about the new Superman movie.
For the next 24 hours, all crime is legal, but the most shocking part is Michael Bay’s studio Platinum Dunes produced something that’s not a wretched, unnecessary remake of an ’80s horror classic! Count Jackula and Horror Guru review their newest release The Purge, starring Ethan Hawke, Lena Headey, and Rhys Wakefield.
In the long-awaited 50th episode/third year anniversary/continuation of that delightful changing shirt gag, Mendo presents a tribute to the amazing TV series Twin Peaks, and its infamous flop of a movie prequel/sequel Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me. Look for cameos from some of your favorite internet personalities! And then tell us where you found them.
The Porn Critic steps out of his Porn Critic persona for his very first non-porn, totally safe-for-work movie review! Superman III is widely considered one of the worst Superman films, but in actuality, it’s comedy genius. Watch the review and find out why!
Solkir reviews one of his favorite movies, Superman vs. The Elite, an animated film where Superman takes a stand against a team of anti-heroes who brutally kill their enemies. He also talks about why, contrary to the opinions of many, Superman is f*cking awesome!
It had to happen eventually, right? Ursa and the Porn Critic team up (in person!!) to review Zombie Strippers!, starring Jenna Jameson and Robert Englund, where undead boobs meet existentialism, George W. Bush jokes, and contempt for the audience! Wait, what?
What do Robert Louis Stevenson and aliens destroying the Earth have in common? A lot more than you might think. The Animated Heroine looks at two animated space adventure films that were box office disappointments, Disney’s Treasure Planet and Don Bluth’s Titan A.E.
Recently, Hollywood made an attempt to wipe the original Total Recall from your memory, but The DVD Shelf is here to remember it for you—wholesale! We’ll delve into the Schwarzenegger classic, beginning with the original Philip K. Dick short story that inspired it, the film’s lengthy development, and how they pulled it all together. And, yes, we’ll even look at that remake.
Is I Spit on Your Grave a modern retelling of ancient goddess myths? Join Count Jackula as he finishes up his analysis, which includes this film’s infamous rape scenes.
In Pokémon: The Movie 2000, AKA Pocket Monsters the Movie: Revelation Lugia, AKA Mirage Pokémon: Lugia’s Explosive Birth, AKA Herman Cain’s favorite film, Ash, Misty and the guy that isn’t Brock face their greatest challenge yet: the criticism of a recovering fan.
Before Samuel L. Jackson, Marvel’s Avengers, and ABC’s upcoming Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., there was an attempt to bring a live-action Nick Fury to life, starring none other than the Hoff himself. This pilot never became a series, but we did get David Hasselhoff being David Hasselhoff for 90 minutes. What more do you need?
Nazis on the moon invading earth? Does this movie really need any more description than that? Well, Sofie’s going to give it to you anyway, as she wholeheartedly recommends the overlooked 2012 satire Iron Sky!
For a Friday Night Fright Flicks special, the Horror Guru takes on the infamous Herschell Gordon Lewis splatter flick The Wizard of Gore, starring Ray Sager as a sinister magician who commits horrible murders on stage.
Joey reviews DreamWorks’ Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas, featuring the voices of Brad Pitt, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Wait… a trendy, forgettable DreamWorks movie? Those sure don’t come along every day!
The DVD Shelf takes a look at Lars and the Real Girl, a charming story about a boy and his doll. Ryan Gosling plays Lars, a delusional man who orders a love doll off the internet and develops a romantic relationship with her, much to the chagrin of his family and acquaintances. David takes a look at the DVD and its special features, and all the while, he surfs the web to find out how to order a Real Doll of his own.
When Dreamworks teamed up with the quirky British animation studio Aardman, they might have made good competition for Disney and Pixar… but they didn’t. Find out why when the Animated Heroine compares two movies starring rats, Flushed Away and Ratatouille.
Il Neige watches the painfully dumb comedy Kangaroo Jack, featuring Jerry O’Connell, Christopher Walken, and a kangaroo that has about as much to do with the plot as the title suggests: Jack.
Cecil does something way out of the ordinary for the last week of Mainstream May! Prom may be a Disney film, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t a charming little drama/comedy. If you like movies like She’s All That, you really should give this one a chance.
Solkir reviews Wesley Snipes as the vampire hunter Blade, based on the Marvel Comics character who first appeared in the Tomb of Dracula series. So, it’s a story about killing vampires, but the slayer is a dude? Weird.
Joey goes to da movies and sees the new CG animated fantasy flick Epic, featuring the voices of Beyonce and Colin Farrell. Does this movie deserve its title, or has the internet robbed the word of all meaning?