Animals attack! Cecil reviews the giant killer bear movie Grizzly.
“These shy boys don’t just not understand women, they don’t understand people.”
Renegado gets into the Halloween spirit by reviewing Twilight. But it’s not the Twilight you’re expecting…
Joey sees if the follow up to Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island deserves a Scooby Snack!
Taking a break from Crystal Lake, the Fear Fan takes a minute to contemplate one of the stranger entries in one of his other favorite series, also known as Godzilla vs. Hedorah. An undeniably odd entry in an era known for its strangeness, is Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster as weird as its reputation suggests? Yes. God, yes.
This latest porn review covers that brief moment in time when anyone cared about Sarah Palin. Rejoice as Mendo reviews a film you’ve most likely seen, for once!
“Unfortunately, all the film’s attempts to be cheesy, trashy fun never go anywhere, and it ultimately doesn’t stray far from the star-crossed lovers’ vibe that permeated the Twilight pentalogy.”
“By the time we get to Elijah Wood with all his limbs chopped off being eaten alive by a wolf, it’s just tiresome.”
To liven up your Halloween, here are the ten bloodiest foreign horror films ever.
“Dark City represents Proyas’s ‘difficult second album’ in many ways, with a detailed, introspective plot seemingly designed to ensure the masses would shrug.”
It’s time for some good old fashioned obscure horror for Halloween! To start things off is the rare cannibal horror comedy Terror at Red Wolf Inn.
Is this movie a graveyard smash, or an undead turkey starring the Happy Madison goons?
The Horror Guru reviews the “ultimate experience in grueling terror”, otherwise known as The Evil Dead.
“Just like with Christopher Nolan’s films, the action isn’t very exciting, and it feels forced into the story because the filmmakers were afraid no one would care about a sci-fi movie without explosions and shootouts.”
We all knew this one was coming, alright?
“The film itself is an odd mixture of witty humor, forced pop culture references, and tiresome gags. In short, it’s everything you’d expect from a movie written and directed by Seth MacFarlane.”
The ongoing trend of big budget comic book movies has had its ups and downs, and one major down for many fans has been the 2011 reboot of the ’30s-era pulp crimefighter the Green Hornet, starring comedic actor Seth Rogen as a much goofier Green Hornet than we’ve ever seen before.
The Unusual Suspect reviews Andrew Garfield’s debut as our favorite web-slinging superhero. This is The Amazing Spider-Man!
Ursa takes you once more into the magic dance of adolescent metaphors, dear friends. Ever just want to go back and talk about stuff again? Stuff, perhaps, that You Like? Well, this is a second look at Labyrinth, and Ursa’s feeling metaphorical.
Cecil takes a look at the often forgotten entry in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle franchise, TMNT.