It’s a special Valentines Day episode of Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon! Love drama abounds! Some bratty kid shows up! Tuxedo Mask might be a creepy pedophile! And they really should give the turtle guy his own spin-off, ’cause he holds this show together.
Solkir presents his own abridged version of Spawn, the movie version of the Image Comics character that personified the dark/edgy superhero aesthetic of the ’90s. A military assassin is murdered by Martin Sheen and sent to hell, but makes a deal with the devil to come back as a powerful “Hellspawn”. But no hell could possibly be worse than this movie’s piss-poor CGI.
The video game adaptation of Quentin Tarantino’s debut film… is one of “those” games. It sucks (goddamn, does it suck), but Roland just can’t help but like it.
Ever wonder what Mendo’s show would be like if he had to think of a movie to review, watch the movie, film his review, and edit it, all in less than two days because he has to go out of town for a few weeks? Because, if you did… that’s strangely specific. Regardless, for his 49th episode, Mendo decides to go out of his comfort zone and review a classic bad movie!
Solkir reviews one of the stupidest superhero movies ever made, Batman & Robin. But instead of screaming for twenty minutes about the terrible puns, he attempts to analyze this film in a more logical, detached way, and discovers… it’s still horrible.
The Animated Heroine looks at Shrek and Monsters, Inc., two of the first films to be nominated for Best Animated Film at the 2002 Academy Awards. Spoiler alert: Shrek won the Oscar!
Tom struggles to find positive things to say about
Blade: Trinity, the third installment in the vampire hunter franchise starring Wesley Snipes, Jessica Biel, and Ryan Reynolds. He delves into the making of the film, its two alternate endings, and answers more questions from the public!
In this monumental episode, the DVD Shelf celebrates the lighter side of the Dark Knight by delving deep into the 1966 Batman movie starring Adam West and Burt Ward, including lots of insight into the classic TV series and the dire state of comic books at the time. Also, David reveals additional DVD titles that no ’60s Bat-fan should be without!
Count Jackula tackles the ever-present accusation that horror films are misogynistic. In this first entry in his four-part Misogyny in Horror series, Jackula analyzes a film so notorious that it was banned in several countries: I Spit on Your Grave, directed by Meir Zarchi and starring Camille Keaton.
It’s the 5th of May, and everybody and their mothers keep calling the Renegado because they think it’s the most important holiday to Mexicans. To put a stop to it, he presents this video where he looks at the history of Cinco de Mayo and puts the holiday in its proper context.
The first movie from Priest director Scott Stewart. It’s an interesting take on the apocalypse, with lots of action and Paul Bettany once again kicking ass.
Disney villains range from intimidating to goofy, and in this video, Joey presents his list of the top five Disney villains on the goofy side. Which does not include Goofy. But it does include villains from The Great Mouse Detective, Robin Hood, and a few more that may surprise you.
Rei and Minako are competing to see who’s better, and Makoto snoops into Mamorou’s love life. Monsters also happen.
The anime series jumps to the big screen in Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, featuring Egyptian pharaohs, evil sorcerers, and the fate of the universe resting on a children’s trading card game. It’s just another episode of What We Had to Watch!
We know what you’re thinking: Superman: The Movie has a great cast, an iconic score, and awesome special effects. Isn’t this movie too good to make fun of, and obsessively nitpick over? To that we say: Welcome to the Agony Booth! Is this your first time here?
This week, Ursa delves into the pretty-but-bleak world of Holly Golightly. Featuring Audrey Hepburn, little black dresses, pearls, and an unsettling parallel with Anastasia Steele (can you spot it?), this review covers books, movies, and iconic images.
The Lara Croft porn parody Womb Raider gets the Porn Critic treatment, and he wonders: Why spoof an action film if you can’t shoot a gunfight? This could have been a decent flick, if something actually happened in it! Unfortunately, it doesn’t and it isn’t.
We look at the criminally underrated and unloved monster mash that is Hugh Jackman and Kate Beckinsale in Van Helsing! With the help of his friend Harold and questions from the public, Tom delves into the history of the Van Helsing character, the various attempts at a sequel, and why Van Helsing is the archangel version of James Bond. Featuring a special guest appearance by Dracula!
The Blockbuster Chick looks at a film that really makes her want to erase the memory of her watching it! So sit back, relax, and enjoy her take on Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Joey looks at Enchanted, the movie where Disney skewers the princess movies that made Disney famous! Unfortunately, this wildly overrated movie came along 20 years too late, and mostly parodies the same old fairy tale clichés that have already been parodied to death.