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A Halloween special from the '90s that combines Leonard Nimoy and Ray Bradbury? How did Joey manage to miss that?
“All of these plot points could be used to write three good Superman films. It is a waste that we didn’t even get one.”
“If you held a gun to my head and forced me to pick the Bond movie that rises to the top, I would have to say it’s From Russia with Love.”
“Are there people who were convinced up until this moment that bees are questioning, doubtful liars?”
Joey takes a look through button-eyes to see if this is worth calling a new Halloween classic!
A look into the history of the '90s witchcraft movie.
“Will make anyone who loves to watch demi-gods jumping onto the backs of large computer-generated beasts giddy.”
“So many villains since Blofeld have copied his iconography that he’s somehow become overshadowed by his own legacy.”
“It’s an enrapturing, pulse-pounding film that elevates trashy, sensationalistic material to an artistic expression of primal sensuality. It’s also one of the most nakedly transphobic films ever made.”
Had no idea Alan Arkin would appear in a Tim Burton movie! Seriously!
Another classic JCVD action flick.
“The internet has made watching movies easier, and made distribution easier, but the internet has also played a large role in the decline in quality of mainstream American movies, especially among blockbusters.”
“And this is what this movie has finally degenerated to: jokes on the level of someone yelling ‘ching chong, ching chong’ to imitate Chinese people.”
Say his name three times, and you get one of Joey's favorite comedies!
Ursa talks Snake People/Millennials, the inevitable revolution where robots take all our jobs, and a movie about women in a quiet, dystopian future where everything done got screwed up.
The troubled history of the sequel to The Crow.
“Thanks a lot, Skidoo. One day, I’m going to flash back to this scene, something in my brain will snap, and I’ll kill a busload of kids.”
The first part of Joey's retrospective of all the feature films Tim Burton has directed, starting with a big adventure!
In yet another "You Asked For It" episode, the Fear Fan tackles Twixt, the misbegotten creation of Francis Ford Coppola that proves that some ideas should have a stake put in them from the start.
“Caine’s just surfing the deferential equation slopes, broham!”