Mr. Mendo returns (thanks to his loyal and very awesome fans!), only to find out that the infamous Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball Z porn parody Sailor and the 7 Ballz has a sequel! With no Hagan to help him through it, it’s up to the Film Renegado to help make sense out of this… thing… p
On this special Halloween episode of The Lunatic Fringe, Josh talks about a film from Tim Burton’s so called “Golden Age”. Beware the movie with no protagonist! The movie that’s hates its characters with a passion! The movie… known as Mars Attacks!
It’s the final installment of The Final Celebration, where Joey discusses why Final Destination 5 redeems the series after the tedious The Final Destination. This includes watching Champ from the Ron Burgundy movie melting in molten tar!
the final installment in her three-part classic horror special, Sofie takes a
look at what might be the most influential classic of them all: James
Whale’s Frankenstein, starring Colin Clive as the mad scientist that
started it all, and horror legend Boris Karloff in his iconic role as the
Accused by some of being little more than the bastard offspring of J.J. Abrams, Godzilla, and the Blair Witch, is this a true classic, or just a sad case of mass hysteria?
Stretching the definition of “mystery”, Full of Questions looks at the first feature film from director Darren Aronofsky (Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan, The Fountain). In a complex plot involving a lot of shaky-cam and hip-hop montages, Max Cohen (Sean Gulette) works to discover a number and uncover the truth about why the people he encounters would kill to get it.
It’s the first episode of Fright Bites, a new weekly series from the Fear Fan where he provides brief horror reviews. Here, he looks at the horror novel This Book Is Full of Spiders: Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It by David Wong, author of John Dies at the End, soon to be a major motion picture starring Paul Giamatti.
On this episode of Movie Madhouse, Josh sings the praises of the baffling yet brilliant Cloud Atlas. Some will love it, some will hate it, but one way or another, you should definitely watch it!
It’s Halloween, and per the Renegado’s made-up tradition, it’s time to talk about everyone’s favorite lucha libre superhero, El Santo! This time, he tackles Santo vs. Las Mujeres Vampiro, which would later be dubbed into English, retitled Samson vs. The Vampire Women, and mocked mercilessly on Mystery Science Theater 3000. Featuring cameos from all your favorite Agony Booth contributors, and the Blue Demon!
Exploitation? Robots? Kung-fu? Guns? Emily Browning, Abbie Cornish, Jena Malone, Vanessa Hudgens, and Jamie Chung in sexy outfits? Normally, those would all be ingredients for the perfect movie, but when Zack Snyder is the chef, the only thing being served is a shit sandwich.
Sofie is joined by the Fear Fan, who gets a bit uncomfortable with her… eccentric behavior. But that doesn’t stop the two from reviewing The Wolf Man starring Lon Chaney, Jr as the poor cursed soul who becomes a werewolf, and Claude Rains as his strict father.
It promised to be “not your little brother’s animation”, but instead, we got Tim Burton-style action figures acting out The Terminator.
In this review, Horror Guru convinces Count Jackula that sacrificing the bustacular Queen of Trash and taping the ensuing haunting will make them just as much money as Paranormal Activity 4.
NOTE: This review is in Spanish with English subtitles. In this edition of the Movie Skewer, the Film Renegado enlists the help of two Latino friends to take on Dragonball Evolution, the long-anticipated big screen adaption of a popular anime/manga, directed by James Wong
Ah, Tony Stark. How Ursa loves you, even if you’re sometimes kind of a jerk. So much so that she’s going to try and explain why. (Then again, she enjoyed Iron Man 2, so what does that tell you?)
The Porn Critic reviews Jim Wynorski’s Cleavagefield, a porno of epic proportions, which completely fails to comprehend the concept of a found footage movie!
Yeah… The Final Destination. Unfortunately, it wasn’t quite as final as Final Destination 5. But in terms of quality, it is the lowest point in the franchise (so far)!
After last week’s encounter with an alien symbiote, the Slob offers an apology to his female viewers by taking a look at Jennifer Garner as Elektra. So how does Marvel’s first female-centric film hold up? Check out this week’s episode of the Cinema Slob to find out!
Cheapus works out repressed emotional trauma from his youth by reviewing The Master of Disguise, a kids’ film starring Dana Carvey as an Italian waiter who battles a farting Brent Spiner using his magical powers of disguise that he inherited from dad James Brolin. And yes, the Turtle Guy is in this.
Secret Service: In Harm’s Way was pretty good. For a budget game, that is. But FUN Labs took the same game engine and most of the assets and made… another one.