Let’s take things back to the more innocent time of 2004, when the idea that the media might be lying to us was still just a sexy, sexy fantasy! The Hack Attack is back,...
In this episode, David revisits one of his favorite comedies of all time, Groundhog Day starring Bill Murray!
I think we all know the number one movie, but let’s discuss last year’s animated bottom dwellers.
Cecil investigates the story behind the horror comedy The Stuff. Enough is never enough!
How is it one of the most insane years in recent memory managed to have mostly great animated movies?
Joey rants about why he can’t stand the Best Animated Feature category at the Oscars.
The Fear Fan is officially finished clowning around as he takes on Amusement, the pseudo-anthology that the website Bloody Disgusting labeled a disaster.
In this episode, the Horror Guru reviews Brain Damage, written/directed by Frank Henenlotter and starring Rick Hearst, Gordon MacDonald, Jennifer Lowry, and John Zacherle.
Let’s get down to business… to perform our designated gender role. HUH!
Cecil takes a look at the MST3k favorite insane Christmas movie from 1959, Santa Claus, directed by René Cardona.
Count Jackula rails against Rankin/Bass’s ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas.
Thirty years ago, horror master Stephen King created one of pop culture’s scariest clowns in his terrifying 1986 novel It, and in this episode, David revisits the original 1990 made-for-TV miniseries that has since become a cult classic, and briefly discusses the development of the brand new remake coming in 2017.
Here’s a requested review that’s zany to the max!
After a two-movie hiatus, Jean-Claude Van Damme returns to the Universal Soldier series.
Why are we living in the past, and why is that a bad thing?
This episode, Ursa tackles an entirely forgettable Will Smith comedy vehicle and asks: is there such a thing as an ethical pickup artist? And if not, why not?
Let’s not dilly-dally! It’s time to talk about the sequel to that one game that totally holds up.
Hicks-ploitation from the Great White North.
Count Jackula returns from a long absence only to discover that Rob Zombie’s Halloween II is waiting for him. Can he review what many consider to be the worst Halloween film in the entire franchise?
David returns from an extended hiatus with a rather appropriate review of Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, the epic animated adaptation of Frank Miller’s seminal graphic novel where a seasoned Batman comes out of retirement