It’s Deadly Premonition Part 2: Deadlier Premonition! Tom continues his walkthrough of the psychological horror game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 that has just a bit too much in common with Twin Peaks.
Sofie covers a somewhat neglected subject here at the Agony Booth, and counts down her top ten favorite anime series.
Cecil finally reviews the much requested Hulk Hogan wrestling movie No Holds Barred!
The expansion pack to MechWarrior 2 was released in the same year, and adds a couple of things, most of which are broken. As you might be able to tell from this review, Roland’s not really a fan.
Solkir reviews a film starring Willem Dafoe, and some other people.
In this episode: fashion, entry-level jobs, entitlement, ambition, the impeccable Miranda Priestly, and the price of success. Also: Anne Hathaway, impractical shoes, and how to get fired from NerdQuest.
The Animated Heroine continues to count down her favorite animated films!
Moonbase is an entertaining but very overlooked action sci-fi movie from the late ’90s. The movie is cheesy, but it’s the good kind of cheese.
Sofie takes a look at two new DC shows currently airing on Cartoon Network.
To celebrate the birthday of El Santo on September 23, Renegado takes a look at the most recent iteration of the character, Santo vs. The Clones AKA Santo Contra Los Clones, an animated series of shorts produced in 2004 by the Mexican version of Cartoon Network!
Tom recaps another first season episode of Space: 1999, the British sci-fi show where the moon gets knocked out of orbit and somehow becomes capable of interstellar travel! In this episode, special guest star Christopher Lee is an alien who brings the Winger hair and a possible way home for the crew of Moonbase Alpha.
Cecil reviews one of the most notorious intentionally “bad” films to come along in a while, and takes a look at the company behind it.
The Animated Heroine continues her countdown of her favorite animated films, with the next five movies on her list, including two entries from Studio Ghibli, an Oscar nominee, and more!
Joey watches the wacky adaptation of one of his favorite children’s books growing up. We suggest not watching this review on an empty stomach, though, because you might get really hungry!
The Unusual Suspect finishes off the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy with a review of Spider-Man 3! Often regarded as one of the worst superhero films of all time, the Suspect looks at what rubbed people the wrong way.
Ursa reviews a podcast posing as news, ads, and announcements for a fictional desert community where the sun is hot, the gay love interest is beautiful, and strange fangirlish notions pass through our heads as we try to sleep. Also, there’s a floating cat. Welcome to Night Vale…
Part two of Roland’s MechWarrior retrospective covers 1995’s MechWarrior 2: 31st Century Combat, the real codifier of the series and one of the best remembered, with good reason.
Blade and the gang stumble upon a groovy mystery. Can they figure out who the monster really is?
Joey finds out if the second movie is just as good as the first, and how many wee-wee jokes they can fit in along the way!
It’s the first of a five-part series, as the Animated Heroine counts down her favorite animated films of all time, starting with numbers 25 to 21.