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In this review, Horror Guru convinces Count Jackula that sacrificing the bustacular Queen of Trash and taping the ensuing haunting will make them just as much money as Paranormal Activity 4.
NOTE: This review is in Spanish with English subtitles. In this edition of the Movie Skewer, the Film Renegado enlists the help of two Latino friends to take on Dragonball Evolution, the long-anticipated big screen adaption of a popular anime/manga, directed by James Wong (Final Destination).
Ah, Tony Stark. How Ursa loves you, even if you're sometimes kind of a jerk. So much so that she's going to try and explain why. (Then again, she enjoyed Iron Man 2, so what does that tell you?)
The Porn Critic reviews Jim Wynorski's Cleavagefield, a porno of epic proportions, which completely fails to comprehend the concept of a found footage movie!
Yeah... The Final Destination. Unfortunately, it wasn't quite as final as Final Destination 5. But in terms of quality, it is the lowest point in the franchise (so far)!
After last week's encounter with an alien symbiote, the Slob offers an apology to his female viewers by taking a look at Jennifer Garner as Elektra. So how does Marvel's first female-centric film hold up? Check out this week's episode of the Cinema Slob to find out!
Cheapus works out repressed emotional trauma from his youth by reviewing The Master of Disguise, a kids' film starring Dana Carvey as an Italian waiter who battles a farting Brent Spiner using his magical powers of disguise that he inherited from dad James Brolin. And yes, the Turtle Guy is in this.
A look at the sci-fi horror comedy that oozes '80s goodness.
Get ready for some forced silliness! Casa de Mi Padre stars Will Ferrell in a role that requires him to speak perfect Spanish, and it's as stupid as you think it is.
It's Halloween, and Sofie has decided to exploit the horror classics... in more ways than one. First up, it's a special black and white episode as she takes on the classic that started it all, 1931's Dracula, starring horror legend Bela Lugosi in his iconic role as Count Dracula. Featuring special guest appearances by all your favorite Agony Booth reviewers!
The Masked Slasher takes over for Count Jackula this week, and the Horror Guru has to deal with a new co-host for this review of Sinister, starring Ethan Hawke as a true-crime author who uses home movies to find out why an entire family was murdered in his new house.
It's Joey's latest Halloween review, Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island, starring everyone's favorite talking canine and those meddling kids who ride around in a hippie van solving mysteries. This time, however, the monsters are real, because what kids really want to see is the Mystery Gang dealing with voodoo mysticism.
The Lunatic Fringe takes a look at Bryan Singer's The Usual Suspects, a mystery/crime thriller about a heist gone wrong that became famous for its big twist ending. Unfortunately, Joshua has some major problems with that ending. Naturally, this review contains major SPOILERS! for a 17 year old movie. And also, Bruce Willis is a ghost.
Continuing his look at superhero movies, the Slob checks out Sam Raimi's finale to his Spider-Man trilogy! Unfortunately, something dark and mysterious lurks in the shadows of this review, as the Slob is transformed by a strange goo. What does this mean for his defense of Spider-Man 3? Watch and find out!
Joey's Final Celebration continues with a review of Final Destination 3, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead. In this installment, two beautiful ladies go tanning, but then get burned alive! And then there's the infamous roller-coaster scene. How can you go wrong?
Melting Astronauts! Bad detective work! Crackers!
Dr. O'Boogie dares to follow up his legendary recap of High School Musical, the Disney Channel Original Movie where Zac What's-his-face and Vanessa Something-or-other joined forces to save their school from being torn down, or something. Look, it's been four years since that recap. Cut him some slack, okay?
A Mexican drug lord embarks upon an epic suicide mission to Iraq to rescue his brother and bring him back home. A parody of the drug lord lifestyle and action movies in general, Saving Private Perez is a movie you can't miss, and the Renegado is here to tell you why!
Despite being just as goofy as the original, a lot of people thought this was the best superhero movie ever at the time. Were they right? Watch the review and find out!
A young priest is sent to a church in a small town. His arrival sets off a chain reaction of thorny politics, sexual relationships, and betrayal, after he falls in love with an underage girl. Renegado dives in to find out if the controversy is enough to make the film worth watching.