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Phil Buni is back and looking a little different as he reviews the violent Spanish satire The Last Circus (original title: Balada triste de trompeta).
“It’s rather obvious this sequence was added in just to prove that 45-year-old Aniston still has rock hard glutes.”
In this episode: Umbridge, Snape, Dumbledore, how good priorities go bad, and the importance of forgiveness.
“The new RoboCop is a starkly dramatic tale of a man-machine hybrid struggling to retain his humanity. This is actually a pretty interesting concept for a movie. But it doesn’t feel much like RoboCop.”
Mendo closes out his trilogy of porn reviews with a look at a series of Blair Witch Project spoofs that are a lot better than the actual films, but still incredibly weird in their own right. Keep an eye out for That '70s Girl's A.J. Khan!
Sofie teams up with the Film Renegado one more time for yet another DreamWorks movie, and hey, look! It has Mexicans in it! That makes the Renegado a happy man indeed! And as always, Sofie is never ever sarcastic about anything.
“I’m guessing concession sales suffered a bit during the theatrical run of this movie.”
Cecil looks at the erotic nunspoitation thriller Deadly Sins, starring Alyssa Milano.
Time to roll out and watch explosions, stereotypes, and awkward bathroom humor galore!
In this follow-up to the super-smash hit, the Fear Fan encounters unusual townsfolk, a burglar alarm that frankly could be worse, a thoroughly confused owl, and the cosmetic magic of Wicca.
“There’s so much downtime between events that it takes an eternity to get to the action we’re supposed to be getting immersed in.”
Obscurus Lupa helps Cecil tackle the wonderfully cheesy cliché-fest Lethal.
A new Transformers movie has come out, and Mr. Mendo very passionately has no idea what to make of it!
“Will people look back on Django Unchained as Tarantino's masterwork? Most likely not, as Pulp Fiction is so culturally ingrained, and Inglourious Basterds is much more daring. However, Django is that rare film that just works on every level.”
“I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: no one does borderline psychotic military commanders quite like the South Africans.”
The Horror Guru completes the Slumber Party Saga by reviewing the straight-to-video sequel Slumber Party Massacre III.
“We’re really only seeing a woman being forced to strip naked in the woods because the writer wanted to see a woman forced to strip naked in the woods.”
“It takes a lot of gall on the part of the filmmakers to reenact both the Rodney King beating and the Rodney King riots here. It’s embarrassingly heavy-handed in 2014; I can’t imagine how it played three years after the actual riots.”
Joey and the Animated Heroine present their different takes on the DreamWorks sequel How to Train Your Dragon 2.
“After watching The Social Network, I’m more inspired to unplug my computer than I am to create the next online sensation, especially if it means meeting one of these characters.”