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Sofie got lucky, because a certain big blockbuster was released a little bit earlier in Denmark: Namely, the long anticipated Marvel film Iron Man 3, which marks the end of a trilogy... for now.
Arachnia is a classic, old school homage to the stop motion monster films of the '50s and '60s.
The Cinema Slob checks out what has luckily turned out not to be the final movie in the extraordinary Michael Bay four-part Transformers trilogy. Watch as the Slob learns about the moon landing, ponders the evil-ness of goatees, sees his beloved home town get blown to hell, and reenacts clips too awesome to actually include in the review!
It's the debut of Minority Report Reviews! This episode, Tom takes a look at Jurassic Park III and showcases the movie's positives, which mostly consist of the action scenes and the dinosaurs, and definitely not the rehash of a plot or Téa Leoni being useless and annoying.
Count Jackula and Horror Guru have a religious experience on the way to see Rob Zombie's newest film The Lords of Salem starring his wife Sherri Moon Zombie.
It's 4/20 (or so) and Phil celebrates with Amanda, a so-bad-it's-good movie that goes great with a bong. This romantic comedy about a guy who discovers his wife was born a man is a laugh riot for all the wrong reasons, and Phil even gets a visit from someone who worked on the movie.
This review is in Spanish with English subtitles! The Renegado looks at "Cybertron", the forgotten, rejected original pilot for VR Troopers, starring Jason David Frank, AKA the Green Ranger, as Adam Steele, a guy who merges with a cyborg in footage recycled from the Japanese series Choujinki Metalder.
Brendan Fraser and Jenna Elfman team up with Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck in the vastly superior follow-up to Space Jam!
The Suspect brings you an epic review of The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, a worthy follow-up to The Fellowship of the Ring, and one of the greatest "middle films" of a movie trilogy ever made!
Il Neige reviews Pokémon 3! Is Ash and Pikachu's final appearance on the big screen also their best? Even if it is, that isn't saying much.
Mind Ripper is a cool little sci-fi action film that entertains, but doesn't tax your brain all that much.
Phil Buni reviews Troll 2. And Birdemic. And The Room. And Evil Dead and The Great Muppet Caper and Best Worst Movie and Troll Hunter...
We mark the release of Upstream Color by looking at writer-director Shane Carruth's debut Primer, the dense and confusing story of two scientists who accidentally create a time machine in their garage. Dr. O'Boogie takes a deeper look at the twisted tale of multiple timelines that sent scores of people to the internet desperately searching for an explanation of the plot.
Renegado wants to build his own giant robot, so he sneaks into a giant robot building facility, of course, and takes a look at a movie with similar themes. Features appearances from Cecil from Good Bad Flicks, and a robot with a chainsaw penis!
A short film from the '90s, with spooky imagery and an ill-fitting soundtrack!
Count Jackula and Horror Guru discuss Bong Man-dae's Korean horror film Cinderella.
The Animated Heroine reviews the new DreamWorks release The Croods, featuring the voices of Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone as members of a Neanderthal family.
Once you've sunk low enough to send your horror franchise into space, the only place left to go is the hood, apparently, as Warwick Davis faces off against rappers (namely, Ice-T and a guy who was on Star Trek for four seasons and only had ten lines) in Leprechaun: In the Hood, the fifth movie in the Leprechaun saga.
Mario Van Peebles is a robot designed by the military to be the ultimate soldier. Goofy? Yes. A ripoff of better movies? Yes. A fun, sci-fi action film to entertain you on a lazy Saturday afternoon? Yes.
“Horror remakes are not generally well-liked. I realize that’s about as obvious an observation as noting that some people aren’t terribly fond of puppy-killing, but it’s true all the same.”