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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 Feb. 1, 2013! In the bonus video, Count Jackula and Horror Guru provide commentary on their review of The Possession!
5 lies anime taught me
“No matter what Yu-Gi-Oh tries to push, believing in yourself isn’t enough. Beg pardon, Inuyasha, but you can’t just swing Tessaiga around like a drunken baseball player. Hey, Naruto, sometimes you have to do more than say ‘believe it’ and punch.”Captain America: Civil War (2016): A bit too familiar
“It’s a bit depressing to look at this film and all previous entries and realize that our heroes have spent just as much time fighting each other as they have saving the world, often from threats that somehow connected back to them anyway.”The Return of the Living Dead (1985)
Count Jackula's three-part analysis and riff on the '80s zombie classic The Return of the Living Dead, starring Linnea Quigley, James Karen, Clu Gulager and of course, Scuz's Mohawk.Skidoo (1968), the lost recap (part 12 of 14): A garbage musical number
“This is the first time I can say that a writer probably got his lyrics out of a trash can, and be completely accurate.”High-Rise (2015)
Tom Hiddleston stars in the long-delayed adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s darkly comical class warfare allegory in which a tower block’s problems with power failures, nocturnal disturbances, and petty neighbor disputes escalate into all-out tribal warfare.Jupiter Ascending (2015), a recap (part 8 of 12): Aquarela do Bureaucracy
Two writer-directors entrusted with a $175 million budget decide to bring their sci-fi/action film to a dead stop for no good reason. But hey, they got Terry Gilliam to do a cameo!
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