Happy belated April Fools’! Sybil thinks she’s found an early, never before screened cut of The Avengers, but it’s actually the infamous Avengers porn parody released in 2012. Yes, we realize the Porn Critic reviewed this one back in the day, but can you really have enough Avengers porn?
Sofie takes a break from the actual Miyazaki movies to talk about one of the people who never gets enough praise in making Miyazaki’s movies what they are. She discusses the music of Joe Hisaishi, and movie music in general, before we return to her regularly scheduled Miyazaki March… er, March-ish.
Nycea’s back with the birth of Sailor V, updates on Hina, and Tuxedo Mask’s childhood memories!
Following that super-secret review of The Lego Movie that, going by the views, you didn’t watch because you were too busy actually watching The Lego Movie, Mendo returns with the first of a possible trilogy in which he watches porn and somehow gets paid for it. Enjoy!
This week is the paranoia that surrounded the made for TV movie Mazes and Monsters.
The death of Fred Phelps, leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, inspires Count Jackula to review a movie he inspired, which also happens to be the first horror movie by Kevin Smith. Will Red State starring Michael Parks have you seeing red, or will it just give you the blues?
Elle is going to be the greatest and most uniquely dressed lawyer ever. In this episode, Ursa talks objectification, feminism, sex objects, and why Elle Woods is brilliant. Stay tuned for a teaser for Ursa’s new series after the credits!
Cecil talks about what it takes to make a solid video game movie adaptation!
Yes, pigs do fly, and so does Sofie… While watching this, movie that is.
The Huntress meets Darkstrike, a new superhero with the same terrible fashion sense as her, as Birds of Prey recycles plots from four episodes ago.
Sofie’s Miyazaki March continues with Kiki’s Delivery Service, which features cats, which makes Sofie happy.
In this special Retrotorial, Tom follows up his previous Retrotorial about what makes a great villain. This time, he looks at what makes a bad villain by looking at one of Star Trek’s most overrated villains, Gul Dukat from the most overrated Star Trek series, Deep Space Nine.
The Animated Heroine finally finishes her countdown! After six long months, get ready to find out what her all-time favorite animated movies are!
It’s the direct to video prequel to 1995’s Casper, starring Steve Guttenberg, Rodney Dangerfield, Lori Loughlin, and James Earl Jones as the voice of the bad guy, in one of the weirdest ensembles ever.
Sofie’s Miyazaki March continues with the most insanely cute, innocent movie ever. Also, the Film Renegado is in this video!
The Horror Guru takes on the infamous cult classic Slumber Party Massacre, a slasher film so vile, so ugly, and so disgustingly sexist, that it could only be brought to you by two women!
The Huntress goes undercover for some reason, and Sybil talks about the importance of a good intro.
Cecil reviews the sci-fi Oz-ploitation flick The Time Guardian!
Sofie’s Miyazaki March continues with the first Miyazaki movie in the Studio Ghibli era. And yes, before you say it, she knows what “Laputa” means in Spanish.
How do you introduce a whole new generation to your long-running sci-fi show? Ursa takes a look at Nu-Who’s first Doctor, his first story arc, and why some companions just don’t cut it.