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on Thursday, October 25, 2012
The Porn Critic reviews Jim Wynorski's Cleavagefield, a porno of epic
fails to comprehend the concept of a found footage
movie. Find out what it would have looked like if J.J. Abrams modeled the Cloverfield monster after Pete's Dragon, and enjoy a brand new installment of Does It Make Sense? with your host Bane!
Star Ballz (2001)
Not only does it reference Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z, Star Wars, and literally every movie ever made, but it also got the attention of George Lucas, who (unsuccessfully) filed a federal lawsuit against the makers of this movie. The Porn Critic checks it out to see if there's any chance in hell he might confuse it with the real Star Wars.Italian Stallion (1970)
It's the infamous softcore porno starring Sylvester Stallone that was re-released when he hit it big with Rocky. A New York City couple have sex, engage in light S&M, then invite some of their friends over for an orgy. The end. Features a special guest appearance by our own Cheap-Arse Film Critic!Sailor and the 7 Ballz 2: Return of the Ballz (2001)
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... pBusty Cops 2 (2006)
“MikeJ helps the Porn Critic review Busty Cops 2! Will it answer all the unanswered questions from the first Busty Cops? We don't know, but the talking llama is back, and this time there's a CGI whale! Also in this episode: special cameos from Welshy, Film Brain, and the entire Agony Booth crew!”Deanna Troi’s role on Star Trek: The Next Generation: What’s so bad about a therapist on the bridge?
“It’s been written that what dates Star Trek: The Next Generation as an ‘80s show more than anything is the presence of a therapist on the bridge. But what does that mean? Does it mean that therapy became chic in the ‘80s, but is going to fade in importance?”Jane Blond DD7 (2006)
The Porn Critic celebrates the release of the new Bond film with Jane Blond DD7, a "parody" of James Bond, but only in the sense that they both vaguely have something to do with secret agents.
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