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The Stallone action cheesefest of awesome.
“Basically The Invisible Man redone as a slasher film, containing all the stupidity that this genre (unfairly or not) is associated with.”
Nostalgia ain't what it used to be... and neither is The Last Starfighter if this TV reboot ever sees the light of day.
“My confidence in British intelligence is dropping by the minute.”
A look into the atmospheric horror film The Relic.
Look Ma, no puns! Instead, we've got prequels, sequels, mythology, prophecy, and when it's better Not To Know.
The Horror Guru lists the top 10 hottest moms in horror he'd like to fuck, from least to most sexy. But will such MILFs featured in films like Mother's Day, Rosemary's Baby, or even The Babadook be included? What about Inside, Black Swan, or Friday the 13th?
The action maxsploitation post apocalyptic goodness of Exterminators of the Year 3000.
“It’s my personal view that Attack of the Clones gets a bad rap, so here are some reasons why I think it’s underrated and deserves some reconsideration.”
“So there you have it, folks. James Bond, secret agent: killed by a video game.”
Sofia Vergara’s Frozen Embryos to Wacky Egg-Tivist Nutbars, “LET IT GOOOO! Let it Go!”
“Was this another scene specifically written so as to avoid a potential lawsuit? Does Eon hold the copyright on interesting gadgets?”
By special request, Sofie reviews something she's actually kind of looked forward to.
With Jurassic World breaking records at the box office, lets take a look at the most divisive entry in the series.
During MAGFest, Mikey and Mr. Mendo watched the made-for-TV movie Scooby-Doo! in Arabian Nights and then decided to do an unscripted review of it.
“The second act is a prolonged science lesson with some first-year philosophy thrown in for good measure, albeit a visually stunning lesson with some good action pieces and special effects.”
Universal is developing a new TV series based on the (semi) beloved, (not particularly) timeless movie about Ahnald, precocious tots, brutal drug dealers, tumors, and tragically underfunded public school systems.
“As always: James Bond, the world’s most famous secret agent.”