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From the Jackula archives: Count Jackula reviews Deathbed, also known as Stuart Gordon Presents Deathbed, which has no relation to that other movie he reviewed called Deathbed, because this isn't about a bed that eats people, but rather a bed that possesses people. Watching this movie is essentially assisted suicide.
The Fear Fan continues his look at the Friday the 13th franchise with Friday the 13th Part 2! Will Jason be successful on his hitchhiking holiday? Can the unspeakable love between a man and a shih tzu ever be fully understood? Does pretending to be someone's dead parents aid in their psychological health? All of these questions and more will be answered in this episode!
The Film Renegado teams up with Obscurus Lupa as a cast of ten thousand people goes looking for the legendary Chupacabra(s)!
From the Jackula archives: Count Jackula reviews the lost '70s cult film made famous by a Patton Oswalt routine, Death Bed: The Bed That Eats! It's about a bed, that eats people. But the weirdness doesn't stop there, because the bed also has mommy issues. Don't believe us? Then watch and learn.
Three more reviewers present their three different takes on The Lego Movie.
Sofie reviews the original cult classic RoboCop from 1987!
From the Blood Splattered Archives: The Guru takes on the sequel to a film about a killer gingerbread man. Yes, this film also exists... and it's glorious!
Yes, the one time Sofie goes to the theaters expecting to see a terrible remake, and it turns out to be bloody competent! The RoboCop remake is a decent flick. It has some flaws to be sure, but it's a fun watch with some genuinely clever moments and decent action.
The Film Renegado and Mr. Mendo present their different takes on The Lego Movie.
Cecil takes a look at John Carpenter's classic sci-fi horror film They Live.
...it's Power Rangers Turbo-tastic TIIME!!!! Yeah, who saw that joke coming?
The Fear Fan continues his look at movies that just happened to be packaged together in an 8-pack of horror DVDs he once bought, with Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College! How can a movie where the characters go to college be this stupid? Tune in and find out!
From 2011: Jackula reviews Brian De Palma's Raising Cain starring John Lithgow, a movie that really, really wishes it were a Dario Argento film. Can the Count survive this awkward entry into De Palma's fimography? Can he survive the sight of John Lithgow in drag... again?
Ursa's never really been aware of the "giant robots punching giant monsters" genre up to now, but... Rinko Kikuchi, optimism, two Science Guys, Idris Elba, Guillermo del Toro's visual storytelling of pretty, and Charlie Hunnam's abs? Yeah, I think she's sold.
Cecil reviews one of the most iconic horror films of all time.
In this video from the Blood Splattered Archives, the Guru takes on a film where Gary Busey plays a killer gingerbread man. Yes, this film exists!
Mendo takes on last year's controversial flop, which recently joined the hallowed ranks of films that have been nominated for both Razzies and Oscars. Also, there's some stuff about MAGFest at the beginning, and a bunch of absurd silliness scattered throughout that makes very little sense. In retrospect, Mendo may not have been the best person to tackle this film, but tackle it he shall!
Good Bad Flicks presents a serious episode about a silly movie, as Cecil looks into what happened with the hilariously over the top Gremlins 2: The New Batch!
In this episode from the Blood Splattered Archives, the Horror Guru takes on Wishmaster, a Wes Craven Presents joint that hearkens back to the glory days of Hellraiser, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Candyman. Oh, and did we mention this film stars Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Tony Todd, Angus Scrimm, Reggie Bannister and Ted Raimi?
Solkir reviews a movie that hates everyone and everything. And... what's this? A new host for the Graphic Novel Picture Show has suddenly appeared!