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This episode, the Slob looks back at his childhood to take on the 1998 sci-fi classic Lost in Space! Does the film still hold up, or is the Slob just another space cadet? Watch and find out, and enjoy a special cameo from our own Count Jackula!
In the debut episode of the Minority Report Reviews, Tom Marriott, with the help of emails sent into his assistant Harold, delve into the history of the troubled production of Ghostbusters II. Along the way, he uncovers some trivia and explain why he shouldn't be in the minority for loving this film.
Yes, there's a much-too-accurate porn parody of Star Trek: The Next Generation, where Riker bones Troi, Data bones Tasha Yar, Dr. Crusher does a special favor for Picard (played by Patrick Stewart's long-lost clone), and Dr. Winston O'Boogie is the only reviewer with enough useless knowledge of TNG to bring it to you!
It's a mega Saturday morning crossover as Bugs Bunny, the Smurfs, Baby Kermit, Slimer, Winnie the Pooh, Garfield, ALF, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle (singular) team up to tell you that drugs are bad. This is your brain after watching your favorite cartoon characters turn into major narcs!
The Porn Critic continues his quest to prove Rule 34, and this time he's joined by our very own J.T. (AKA Joey Tedesco) for The Flintstones: A XXX Parody, where Betty is sexy, Pebbles is hot (and 18), and we learn how Wilma got her pearl necklace. They'll have a straight old time!
In this episode, David tries to shake off the cold weather (and a head cold) by looking at the classic summer vacation comedy The Great Outdoors starring Dan Aykroyd and John Candy. This episode includes a brief look at the careers of Aykroyd and Candy, along with legendary writer-producer-director John Hughes, who wrote the screenplay.
Krull is a grand mix of fantasy and sci-fi, the likes of which doesn't come around too often. This is a film overflowing with ideas that could have filled three movies.
Nicolas Cage is the sorcerer and Jay Baruchel is the apprentice in a feature-length adaptation of that one segment from Fantasia. Watch as Disney screws up a franchise based on something that only lasts a few minutes. That never always happens!
Starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Chris Evans, and Zoe Saldana, The Losers is about a military unit framed for a crime they didn't commit, and their mission to take down the man who set them up. Be a winner, and watch this review of The Losers!
This time, Sofie looks at a movie a little closer to home, meaning... all the way home. She reviews a very Danish movie: the 2011 animated fantasy parody Ronal the Barbarian!
The sequel to 1989's All Dogs Go to Heaven has a new director, a new set of writers, no Don Bluth, and the German Shepherd originally voiced by Burt Reynolds is now being voiced by, of all people, Charlie Sheen. Because sequels where a majority of the cast and crew from the original aren't involved work out well, right?
UPDATED Feb. 1, 2013 with commentary from Count Jackula and Horror Guru! Jealousy abounds as Count Jackula (inspired by The Possession, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick) finds love in an unexpected and dangerous place. Can the Horror Guru break them up before it's too late, or will Jackula's wayward romance end their friendship for good?
We're now up to the fifth entry in the Harry Potter series! What happens when the longest book gets adapted into the shortest film in the franchise? The Suspect finds out!
The Masked Slasher has lost his mojo and can't slash anymore. While Horror Guru and Count Jackula are out watching Texas Chainsaw 3D, special guest star Queen of Trash lends Masked Slasher a hand.
Go ninja, go ninja, go! Cecil reviews the sequel to one of his all-time favorite films.
The Horror Guru does an epic comparison of Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece The Birds and British author Daphne du Maurier's original short story. Featuring passages from the short story as read by our own Blockbuster Chick!
The Renegado ain't afraid of no underrated movies! In this special series of short reviews, he covers movies that he doesn't have a lot to say about, but he can tell you why he likes them (or dislikes them). First up, he explains why Ghostbusters II is underrated!
It's time to take a look at one of Don Bluth's strangest films! Set in the late 1930s, the movie is about a German shepherd voiced by Burt Reynolds who gets killed by his business partner, but leaves Heaven and goes back to Earth to exact his brutal, violent revenge. With the help of a cute orphan!
While you wait for Renegado's upcoming 50th episode spectacular, here's another crossover special! Renegado's home is invaded by two unexpected guests: Stephan and a cartoon ball named Nootrac (get it?). To kill time until they figure out just what the heck happened, they review The Road To El Dorado, the movie that killed DreamWorks 2-D animation.
Cheapus reviews the one and only feature film starring S Club (née S Club 7), in which the wildly successful UK pop group finds themselves being cloned by a mad scientist for reasons that certainly must have made sense to the screenwriters.