Sofie takes a break from the actual Miyazaki movies to talk about one of the people who never gets enough praise in making Miyazaki’s movies what they are. She discusses the music of Joe Hisaishi, and movie music in general, before we return to her regularly scheduled Miyazaki March… er, March-ish.
Nycea’s back with the birth of Sailor V, updates on Hina, and Tuxedo Mask’s childhood memories!
Following that super-secret review of The Lego Movie that, going by the views, you didn’t watch because you were too busy actually watching The Lego Movie, Mendo returns with the first of a possible trilogy in which he watches porn and somehow gets paid for it. Enjoy!
This week is the paranoia that surrounded the made for TV movie Mazes and Monsters.
The death of Fred Phelps, leader of the Westboro Baptist Church, inspires Count Jackula to review a movie he inspired, which also happens to be the first horror movie by Kevin Smith. Will Red State starring Michael Parks have you seeing red, or will it just give you the blues?
Elle is going to be the greatest and most uniquely dressed lawyer ever. In this episode, Ursa talks objectification, feminism, sex objects, and why Elle Woods is brilliant. Stay tuned for a teaser for Ursa’s new series after the credits!
Yes, pigs do fly, and so does Sofie… While watching this, movie that is.
Sofie’s Miyazaki March continues with Kiki’s Delivery Service, which features cats, which makes Sofie happy.
It’s the direct to video prequel to 1995’s Casper, starring Steve Guttenberg, Rodney Dangerfield, Lori Loughlin, and James Earl Jones as the voice of the bad guy, in one of the weirdest ensembles ever.
Sofie’s Miyazaki March continues with the most insanely cute, innocent movie ever. Also, the Film Renegado is in this video!
The Horror Guru takes on the infamous cult classic Slumber Party Massacre, a slasher film so vile, so ugly, and so disgustingly sexist, that it could only be brought to you by two women!
Cecil reviews the sci-fi Oz-ploitation flick The Time Guardian!
Sofie’s Miyazaki March continues with the first Miyazaki movie in the Studio Ghibli era. And yes, before you say it, she knows what “Laputa” means in Spanish.
It instantly became a cult classic on social media, and now there’s not a single person on the Internet who hasn’t talked about this movie. But since some people are still on the fence about watching it, what the hell, here’s a review!
Sofie’s Miyazaki March continues in this second installment of the month.
Sofie has decided to make March 2014 into Miyazaki March, where she reviews the films of acclaimed Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki, starting with his very first feature Lupin the III: The Castle of Cagliostro.
Cecils reviews the sequel to the Conan ripoff that plays more like slapstick comedy.
It’s judgment time as Joey reviews a comic book movie (because we haven’t had enough of those in recent years)!
Join Renegado and Obscurus Lupa as they delve into a Chupacabra “movie” with a plot that has nothing to do with a Chupacabra. But it does have a stupid fucking twist!
A post-apocalyptic film from Cannon Films? Yes, please!