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The sequel to one of the John Carpenter's best films.
Which films ranged from blowing Joey away, to being worth seeing on TV again?
“Director Doug Liman channels Harold Ramis, albeit taking things in a very different direction (less Andie MacDowell, more Alien MindControl).”
Hey, GLAAD: 10 nominees for “Outstanding Drama Series” is too damn many!
“Sci-fi fans looking for boilerplate action might be bored by the long stretches of exposition and introspection, but that’s precisely what makes the movie memorable.”
In this episode, the Fear Fan examines the rebirth of the Friday the 13th franchise! This bold, exciting new take on the series had the working title of Repetition, and that tells you just about all you need to know.
The Suspect takes a look at the last theatrical release of the Home Alone series: Home Alone 3. Is it really as bad as everyone makes it out to be?
“This sequel to the reboot of the TV series 21 Jump Street is about as meta as a film can get.”
“I think the hardcore Sucker Punch fans are giving the film and its director way too much credit, especially considering how Zack Snyder would completely mishandle Superman just a couple of years later.”
Which ones made it to the top... of the worst?
It's the fourth annual Blood Splattered Christmas Special, as the Horror Guru tackles Bob Clark's sorority slaying slashterpiece Black Christmas.
Count Jackula starts off 2015 with a bang!
Cecil gives the remake of Black Christmas the full “exploring treatment”, with a comprehensive look at a little of the 1974 original and a lot of the 2006 remake.
“2014 was a great year for movies. So much so that making my top ten list this year was torturous (well, more torturous than usual).”
Top 10 Most Embarrassing TV Moments of 2014
“21 Jump Street is a meta-film that laughs at its very existence.”
“The hunted are mostly one-dimensional, but the hunters are shown in all their glory and look fearsome as they track their prey.”
This might as well be the 34583rd film adaptation of A Christmas Carol, now brought to us from the schmucks at Image Movers! Bah, Humbug!
“When people complain about adaptations of a work, it’s because they like the things that end up getting lost in translation, and the classic superhero/supervillain dynamic is one of those things that’s gotten lost in a lot of these Marvel flicks.”
Cecil begins a new series called "Vs.", where he'll take two movies that have a major similarity, and talk about what they have in common and what they do differently. This episode goes into the legal battle between the makers of Parts: The Clonus Horror and The Island, and breaks down some of the major similarities between the films.