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Cecil takes a look back at the 1990 Captain America.
This week is the paranoia that surrounded the made for TV movie Mazes and Monsters.
Cecil talks about what it takes to make a solid video game movie adaptation!
Cecil reviews the sci-fi Oz-ploitation flick The Time Guardian!
Cecils reviews the sequel to the Conan ripoff that plays more like slapstick comedy.
A post-apocalyptic film from Cannon Films? Yes, please!
For the second installment of Good Bad Games, Cecil takes a look at the vastly underrated Golden Axe: Beast Rider.
Cecil lists his favorite and least favorite films of 2013! FYI, the list of the ten best films comes first. This being Good Bad Flicks, it may be hard to tell.
Cecil takes a look at John Carpenter's classic sci-fi horror film They Live.
Cecil reviews one of the most iconic horror films of all time.
Good Bad Flicks presents a serious episode about a silly movie, as Cecil looks into what happened with the hilariously over the top Gremlins 2: The New Batch!
Cecil reviews one of his most requested films! Howard the Duck is one of the most notorious flops in cinema history, but in Cecil's opinion, it doesn't deserve its reputation, and is incredibly unique and massively entertaining.
Cecil begins a spin-off called Good Bad Games where he highlights lesser known games, forgotten series, or games that are unfairly rated.
Cecil talks about the hysterical Santa's Slay, a great movie that takes itself just seriously enough. It's a holiday classic that should be watched every year, along with A Christmas Story and Black Christmas.
The sequel to the intentionally bad Jack Frost has lots of gore and lots of laughs.
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