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“For all of the criticisms of what the prequel trilogy did to the backstory of the original trilogy, it didn’t wipe away the accomplishments of the original trilogy in the way that The Force Awakens does.”
A brief look at the Weird Al movie.
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.
For Christmas this year, the Suspect takes a look at the definitive holiday picture... that features guns, terrorists, and a fuck-ton of explosions. This is Die Hard!
Is this movie as perfect as people make it out to be?
Our reviewers share their initial thoughts about the first of many new Star Wars movies.
“Needless to say, it fails to match the grandeur of that time Elmer Fudd played the giant in a vain, desperate attempt to avoid typecasting.”
“This movie got a pretty good reception, but I think that’s just the result of looking good in comparison to Batman & Robin, in the same way that a mediocre baseball team looks good compared to the 1899 Cleveland Spiders.”
A look at the movie inspired by the folk song.
Giant dragons, a parallel dimension, and a wisecracking hedgehog. Sounds like a Sonic game from the mid 2000s, but it's actually another Pokémon movie. Pokémonth continues with Giratina and the Sky Warrior.
It's a traditionally animated television movie about kids turning into fish with a bad CG DVD cover and Alan Rickman... So it has to be good, right?
“Bubble Boy is such a misfire all around that it should be considered a medical nightmare.”
Or: Faith, Kindness and Luke. For our last episode before The Force Awakens (eeeeeee!!!) let's discuss Return of the Jedi, trusting other people to do their jobs, following your conscience, and generally Being A Stubborn Idealistic Twerp.
By popular demand, it's the return of Pokémonth! Join Il Neige as he subjects himself—er, examines another batch of Pokémon movies, starting with Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea.
A look at the much improved sequel to The Rise of Cobra.
The Horror Guru tackles Frank Henenlotter's most titillating film to date: Frankenhooker, starring former Penthouse Pet Patty Mullen.
Go-Go-Gadget Bargain Bin!
Cecil looks at the making of the giant bug movie Mosquito.
The yin and yang of arcade-inspired movies. Lets see how they match up!
The sequel to the not-so-liked movie.