One of the most notorious movies of the ’90s is still one of the most fun films of the time.
Ursa’s not the keenest on Thor: The Dark World, so she’s getting it out of the way before getting onto the good Avenger movies of MCU Phase 2. We talk Loki, being good in bits and pieces, and why cruelty to the shell-shocked isn’t funny.
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of this genre essential, David digs deep under the skin to see why this film still packs a punch after four decades and countless imitators.
Joey reviews the CGI motion capture horror/comedy Monster House.
Count Jackula discusses the nature of Halloween and asks a simple question: Trick or treat?
For Halloween, Cecil dissects the film The Cabin in the Woods and points out as many movie/video game references as possible.
Prepare yourself. Sybil is about to take you to the Punisher Bone Zone!
This episode: Galaxy Quest! Which is to say: belief, placebo, Thermians, Jason Nesmith as totally-not-William-Shatner, and the most affectionate Star Trek parody ever.
Animals attack! Cecil reviews the giant killer bear movie Grizzly.
Renegado gets into the Halloween spirit by reviewing Twilight. But it’s not the Twilight you’re expecting…
Joey sees if the follow up to Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island deserves a Scooby Snack!
Taking a break from Crystal Lake, the Fear Fan takes a minute to contemplate one of the stranger entries in one of his other favorite series, also known as Godzilla vs. Hedorah. An undeniably odd entry in an era known for its strangeness, is Godzilla vs. the Smog Monster as weird as its reputation suggests? Yes. God, yes.
This latest porn review covers that brief moment in time when anyone cared about Sarah Palin. Rejoice as Mendo reviews a film you’ve most likely seen, for once!
To liven up your Halloween, here are the ten bloodiest foreign horror films ever.
It’s time for some good old fashioned obscure horror for Halloween! To start things off is the rare cannibal horror comedy Terror at Red Wolf Inn.
Is this movie a graveyard smash, or an undead turkey starring the Happy Madison goons?
The Horror Guru reviews the “ultimate experience in grueling terror”, otherwise known as The Evil Dead.
We all knew this one was coming, alright?
The ongoing trend of big budget comic book movies has had its ups and downs, and one major down for many fans has been the 2011 reboot of the ’30s-era pulp crimefighter the Green Hornet, starring comedic actor Seth Rogen as a much goofier Green Hornet than we’ve ever seen before.