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.
Long live PM Entertainment! This week, Cecil takes a look at the Karate Kid knockoff A Dangerous Place. Good times.
Kirk Cameron Is Saving Christmas from… Sarah Palin??
“And there you have it: an organization that could have prevented the Holocaust is now putting its top people to work stopping a congressman from hooking up with a dancer.”
Joey discusses factors and tastes that contribute to the lack of hand-drawn films in the mainstream market.
“Take away the bipolar disorder, OCD, and neuroses, and you’ve basically got yourself a typical romantic comedy.”
One of the most notorious movies of the ’90s is still one of the most fun films of the time.
“While it’s obvious a lot of thought was put into the teleportation effects, and they’re pretty great when they actually happen, the script itself seems like it could have used a few more revisions.”
A review of the Vincent Price film.
Ursa’s not the keenest on Thor: The Dark World, so she’s getting it out of the way before getting onto the good Avenger movies of MCU Phase 2. We talk Loki, being good in bits and pieces, and why cruelty to the shell-shocked isn’t funny.
“It tells you what it’s going to show you, then it shows you what it just told you. Understanding this movie doesn’t require intelligence, but rather rote memorization.”
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this genre essential, David digs deep under the skin to see why this film still packs a punch after four decades and countless imitators.
Election Day Fun: Researchers Reveal Democrats and Republicans’ Most Favoritest TV Shows
“Generally speaking, an audience should never be this aware of the filmmaking tricks of the trade being deployed to artificially amp up suspense.”
Joey reviews the CGI motion capture horror/comedy Monster House.
Count Jackula discusses the nature of Halloween and asks a simple question: Trick or treat?
For Halloween, Cecil dissects the film The Cabin in the Woods and points out as many movie/video game references as possible.
“While the film will be lost on those unfamiliar with Dune or Jodorowsky, it provides enough wacky food-for-thought to warrant a watch, but it doesn’t inspire much faith that this adaptation would have been any good.”