On a special Fright Bites episode of Terror Obscura, Fear Fan takes a bite out of Pacific Rim, the latest from director Guillermo del Toro!
Phil will be spending his next (few? several?) reviews on a scene-by-scene breakdown of Edison Death Machine, a super low budget sci-fi heist film where a band of thieves locate Thomas Edison’s machine for bringing back the dead, and use the newly reanimated to find lost treasure.
The Animated Heroine reviews Illumination’s new animated film, Despicable Me 2!
Ami grapples with her terrible misdeeds as Dark Mercury.
Cecil goes back to horror with Death Spa AKA Witch Bitch, a blood soaked tribute to the glorious health spa fad of the ’80s!
The Animated Heroine looks at Pixar’s latest animated film, the prequel to 2001’s Monsters, Inc., to find out if it’s up to their usual standards!
Did you know the Harry Potter series is now sixteen years old? No? Feel old yet? Never mind, because Harry and friends were Ursa’s Very First Fandom, and she’d like to take you on a trip down memory lane. Movies, books, and fandom ahoy: it’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Themes!
After a six month hiatus, the Fear Fan is back! And this time, he’s taking on the Crapmaster General of cinema: Uwe Boll. Watch as the Fear Fan takes on what is quite possibly the worst film he’s ever seen, with plenty of bad acting, special effects-induced continuity errors, and a heaping helping of idiotic characters!
Christopher Reeve quit the Superman franchise (temporarily, alas) leaving the Salkinds with only one option: find a Superman side character to fuck up just as bad.
Renegado reviews the inevitable Asylum rip-off of the much-anticipated Pacific Rim, creatively titled Atlantic Rim! In this film, a team of scientists operate giant robots to battle monsters rising up from the Atlantic Ocean, not the Pacific Ocean. See? Totally different!
The Animated Heroine discovers a small door in her apartment that leads to a magical land of Coraline cosplay, green screens, and talking cats! She also looks at two of her favorite animated films to find out which one is superior.
In the latest chapter of the nefarious web-show-within-a-show Baker Street Adventures, Sofie… I mean, Sherlock Holmes, and Sursum… er, John Watson join forces (in person!) to review one of Steven Moffat’s favorite movies, and a big inspiration for BBC’s Sherlock. It’s the 1970 Billy Wilder comedy The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes!
Cecil reviews yet another in a long line of awesome post-apocalyptic action flicks!
That 70’s Girl stars Misty Mundae in a softcore lesbian porn parody of That ’70s Show that bears no resemblance whatsoever to That ’70s Show!
Horribleness all around, as we’re introduced to a terrible new character, and Ami challenges Usagi to a fight.
After a three month absence, the Cinema Slob returns with an all-new installment of Superhero Month! And what better way to kick off a month of superhero movies than by taking a look at an origin story? Find out how everyone’s favorite adamantium-clawed mutant got his start in X-Men Origins: Wolverine!
Renegado returns to Mexican cinema with Brijes 3D (English title: Guardians of the Lost Code), an animated feature where humans are bonded to animal spirits called “brijes” that give them magical powers. The film wasn’t really successful, which had nothing at all to do with it being a total Digimon rip-off.
Joey lists the five most disturbing, jacked up moments from The Ren & Stimpy Show! To find out what they are, watch the video, you eeediots!
David enters another dimension, not only of sight and sound but of mind, to review the 1983 anthology film Twilight Zone: The Movie, featuring four separate stories brought to life by four of the era’s most sought-after filmmakers, including Steven Spielberg and John Landis. He also briefly touches on the history of the classic TV series and its legendary creator, Rod Serling.
Cecil reviews Ring of Steel, a fun, lighthearted look at sword-fighting combat and kidnapping, starring Robert Chapin, Carol Alt, and Joe Don Baker.