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A review of the latest found-footage masterpiece, and a few words about some upcoming horror releases.
Is this the end? Not even remotely.
Mark Dindal's directorial debut, featuring singing felines and 5-year-old insane villains!
“This is the mythology-inspired sword and sandals movie genre, and it’s not that far removed from its cape-and-tights cousin.”
This week: Cher as proto-Elle Woods, struggling through Emma, class struggle in Emma, and overuse of the word "curmudgeon".
Renegado found a terrible remake in the Walmart bargain bin, but before he can review it, he has to talk about the original: Coming from Australia, this is Marco Polo Junior Versus the Red Dragon.
“I realize he has to take these kind of gigs thanks to his current financial situation, but that shouldn’t be an excuse for a total lack of effort.”
“One of the few Full Moon features that didn't go on to become a franchise.”
The Animated Heroine returns with a movie she nabbed on its way to the garbage.
“Oh, the places you’ll be dragged, dear viewer.”
“I came for robots, and I left with a migraine.”
In this episode: princesses, knights and queens, Linkara, Count Jackula, and some of the reasons Frozen was so insanely popular. Also, Ursa breaks into song. Because how else would you expect her to celebrate her 100th episode?
One of the most ridiculous B-movies ever. The metal band Psychostick helps Cecil tackle this one by giving the episode an awesome intro tune.
“Only once is the idea even brought up that maybe the world ‘isn’t ready for this’, which is immediately shot down with a line that made me want to stand up and cheer: ‘Knowledge doesn’t cause chaos; ignorance does.’”
A brief editorial about the recent Ninja Turtles film, and why you should just give it a freaking break, already!
“Even though they add the mathematically necessary amount of action scenes, it just didn’t stand out as something I’d care to watch again.”
In this episode of Fright Bites, the Fear Fan takes a look at the recent slasher movie musical Stage Fright, a gory good time that receives his fullest recommendation.
The Horror Guru enters the gore-tastic realm of independent splatter films with the 1983 cult classic The Deadly Spawn, also known as Return of the Aliens.
“It’s really amusing to watch each character get slowly dumbed down before our eyes. It’s like watching the history of slasher films itself, as each sequel becomes stupider, more clichéd, and less human and enjoyable.”
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