It’s the Porn Critic vs the Cinema Slob in the world’s very first Agony Booth Rap Battle, brought to you by Mr. Mendo! Who’s the winner? You decide!
It’s the first video of Sofie’s Twilight Month (which will probably now last into April) as she reviews the final Twilight film, Breaking Dawn: Part 2. It’s the end of a saga… Yeah, a saga, sure.
The Animated Heroine goes under the sea for Disney and Pixar’s Finding Nemo and Dreamworks’ Shark Tale. Is there really even any point to calling out a winner? Watch this episode of Reel vs. Reel anyway!
Usagi goes all Belieber on everybody when her favorite pop idol Aino Minako (better known to us as Sailor Venus) ends up in the hospital, and she sneaks into see her.
A video recorded last month where Joey reviews a recent movie that shows how true love will always prevail, even in the zombie apocalypse. Trust us, it’s better than it sounds!
The vampires are back, and more sparkly than ever. Will Bella be able to get over Edward? Will Jacob give up shirts altogether? Do you even care? Il Neige sure doesn’t, but that’s not gonna stop him from sitting through this two-hour mess of a sequel.
This episode, the Cinema Slob gets enchanted by Nicolas Cage and Jay Baruchel in The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. Find out what the Slob thinks of Disney’s modern take on the classic Fantasia short!
It’s finally here! Mendo’s long awaited Requested Review of The Sword and the Sorcerer!
In this episode, we take a look at the classic ’80s horror/comedy An American Werewolf in London, directed by John Landis. We’ll look at the Landis’s inspirations and what effect the film had on his future directing career, including Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”. We’ll also look at the Oscar-winning makeup effects by Rick Baker, and why they make the film so unforgettable.
A pseudo-remake of the Herschell Gordon Lewis classic Blood Feast, and one of the most ridiculous horror comedies of all time. Two brothers (and their uncle, who’s just a brain and eyes in a jar) open a restaurant that serves the best food in town, and the secret ingredient is all the people they killed in sacrifice to resurrect the goddess Shitaar.
NOTE: This review is in Spanish with English subtitles. In 2011, Eddie Murphy signed on to voice Hong Kong Phooey, based on the cartoon about a dog who knows kung fu, but the project fell through. The same director was working on a Marvin the Martian film which also never happened, and now he’s leaked footage from both projects to show us how we dodged two bullets!
Phil Buni follows up his look at the first season of House with this look at the show’s final (and worst) season. And remember: It’s never lupus.
Sofie went off to see Oz the Great and Powerful while crossing her fingers, hoping that just one movie in her favorite genre would deliver. Did it? Check out the review and see.
Seeing Bryan Singer’s Jack and the Giant Slayer inspires Joey to watch a much better adaptation of the Jack and the Beanstalk story, namely, this Mickey Mouse short that was originally released as part of the film Fun and Fancy Free, and would be the last time Walt Disney would ever voice Mickey Mouse.
Usagi runs away from home and learns the true value of non-dead moms. Zoisite unleashes his terrifying plan to destroy all princesses, but luckily, Usagi is able to cure Kate Middleton of morning sickness. But then Queen Beryl shows up to reveal a (not very) epic plot point.
Softcore queen Misty Mundae stars as Patricia Porker, a shy high school girl who gets bitten by a genetically engineered spider and becomes an oversexed, crime-fighting superhero. The Porn Critic explains why SpiderBabe is a total piece of shit, with absolutely no talent or creativity going into the making of it.
Sofie and Ursa (er, I mean Holmes and Watson…) take on Guy Ritchie’s second great Holmesian blockbuster, A Game of Shadows: now with even more explosions, fighting, cross-dressing, and really blue slo-mo!
The Horror Guru lists his favorite episodes from the Kripke era (AKA the first five seasons) of CW’s Supernatural, the long-running show about two brothers who hunt demons, ghosts, and monsters.
Roland takes a look back at the original cover-based shooters, and how they’ve evolved into the industry standard that’s used for so many games today. Then he lays out three of the big issues that seem to plague these games, using Spec Ops: The Line, Max Payne 3, and several older games as examples.
As part of his special March Medical Madness, Phil looks at the first season of the hit FOX show House! Make sure to tune in next time, when House gets condemned in Phil’s review of season 8.