Mikey Insanity and Mr. Mendo team up again to watch The Jetsons Meet The Flintstones!
Tagged: Commentary Tracks
UPDATED Feb. 1, 2013 with commentary from Count Jackula and Horror Guru!
Jealousy abounds as Count Jackula (inspired by The Possession, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick) finds love in an unexpected and dangerous place. Can the Horror Guru break them up before it’s too late, or will Jackula’s wayward romance end their friendship for good?
UPDATED Dec. 9, 2012 with commentary from Full of Questions!
Vera Farmiga and Peter Sarsgaard adopt a little Russian girl (Hunger Games‘s Clove) who seems sweet and innocent, but soon she’s killing small animals, dropping F bombs, and seducing her adoptive father. Luckily, it’s all explained away by an utterly bonkers twist ending.
UPDATED Nov. 23, 2012 with commentary from Count Jackula and Horror Guru!
You know what’s awesome? Resurrecting dead pets. All this happens and more on this special black and white episode of Friday Night Fright Flicks, as Horror Guru and Count Jackula review Tim Burton’s Frankenweenie!
It’s the first video Yulia (the artist formerly known as Full of Questions) ever posted online, where she debunked misconceptions that a lot of people have about the Sherlock Holmes books, while wearing a silly hat. Now including a brand-new audio commentary!
UPDATED Nov. 7, 2012 with commentary from Sofie!
Sofie revisits the movie that started a billion-dollar sparkly vampire franchise, 2008’s Twilight! Join her as she relives those first magical moments when codependency true love blossomed between Edward and Bella!strong
A completely unlicensed and unauthorized porn parody of Sailor Moon and Dragon Ball Z and lots of other anime, complete with horrible animation, cartoon jizz flying everywhere, the sailor girls growing cocks, and a plot too puerile for ten year old boys.
Mr. Mendo revisits his Forrest Gump review, one of his most-watched reviews ever, to provide behind-the-scenes insight into how and why it was made.
It’s the two-part BBC mini series from 2007 with Jonathan Pryce in the title role, and costarring the Irregulars, a ragtag group of street kids who do all the work while Holmes gets all the credit. Meanwhile, our Watson (Sursum Ursa) ends up having to do most of the reviewing herself as our Holmes (Sofie Liv) gets lost on the streets of London.
Mr. Mendo returns to one of his earliest episodes to provide behind-the-scenes insight into what made it so hilarious and successful! Or not. It’s the special bonus commentary track for his review of the Degrassi High episode “The All Nighter”!