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One of the best, most overlooked films in Carpenter's catalog.
“It never really amounts to a great cinematic experience, which it easily could have been, and it never replicates the spirit of the comic book because, well, it’s not a comic book.”
“It’s all very bland, especially when so much more could have been done with her agelessness.”
The troubled history of what was once the most expensive movie ever made.
Is one of the movie's biggest plot holes an intentional metaphor for that uncomfortable time for boys and girls?
“It’s only two hours long, which is about standard for today, but it’s two hours that drag on longer than the last 15 minutes of class before summer vacation.”
Ursa's new year's resolution? Be a bit more like the ladies in Sister Act. Minus the nunning. That said, more singing (and developing my posse of kick-butt lady friends) seem like good goals.
Strap in for 90 minutes of Lucario's shrieking, shape-shifting cousin from the Unova region. It's Zoroark: Master of Illusions on Pokémonth.
A look at the Ghostbusters series, with a focus on the underrated part 2.
Transcending the confines of time and space, Ash comes face to face with God. Turns out he looks like a reindeer and sounds like a whiny, teenage anime protagonist.
Birdemic with bugs?
“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.