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Mendo joins the ranks of fellow reviewers who've reviewed short porno films, but unlike Anal Dwarf or Chirpy, this one is less erotic and more just... silly!
Zorro de Mayo continues as Renegado takes a look at the different adaptations of the character in animated form. In part 1, he's covering The New Adventures of Zorro (1981) and The New Adventures of Zorro (1997). Wait... What?
Joey doubts that Nigel would think this crossover was "Smashing!" Let's see how this insanity unfolds with the last theatrical movie featuring the Rugrats.
In the second video of Sofie's "Who is...?" series, she takes a look at Gotham City's one and only Dark Knight.
India, America, England, Bollywood music, Aishwarya Rai, and Gurinder Chadha directing: what more could you want? Well... maybe a Darcy who actually appeals. But we can't have everything, right?
The Horror Guru tackles the rockabilly sequel to the infamous '80s slasher classic Slumber Party Massacre, simply titled Slumber Party Massacre II. Hold on to your butts, kids, it's going to be a wild ride!
Cecil takes a look at the history of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre franchise, and what led up to the 2013 sequel, Texas Chainsaw 3D.
Introducing the new summary series: You're Beautiful. We meet our protagonist, Go Mi Nyu, and all sorts of shenanigans ensue as the pilot episode unfolds. Hope you all enjoy this series!
The King of the Monsters is back, this time under the wing of Gareth Edwards, known for his other critically acclaimed movie about giant monsters. Is this finally a worthy adaptation of Gojira? Or is it worse than Roland Emmerich's disaster?
In the first video of Sofie's new segment "Who is...?", she decides to talk about the Man of Tomorrow, and about who he is as a person and a character. What does he stand for? And what is the one "keyword" that sums him up?
Mr. Mendo brings you a blast from the past with this follow-up to his final review from his army days! Check it out if you wanna be ready for the final film of the trilogy, out later this year!
Cecil's Mainstream May continues with the 2013 film The Host.
Joey has a question to ask, while drinking from his minion coffee mug and wearing a vintage minion t-shirt.
Now updated with Part Two! How many corpses are in that house really? The Count takes a look at House of 1000 Corpses, directed by rock star Rob Zombie and starring Sid Haig, Bill Moseley, Sherrie Moon and Rainn Wilson.
Nonsense ensues when the Birds are forced to protect a mob boss (Mitch Pileggi) who killed one of their own. It's not nearly as cool as it sounds.
On this episode of Stuff You Like: "You must allow me to tell you how ardently I admire and love you," weddings, rom-coms, wet and shirtless Colin Firth, villains running off to marry quasi-legal young women, the 1995 BBC miniseries, and why Darcy is so damn hard to get right (hint: Frosty but competent).
One of the best first-person shooters makes it way to the big screen.
Tom follows up his previous Retrotorials about what makes a great (or bad!) villain with a look at another great one: Scorpius from Farscape.
Welcome to Zorro De Mayo, an entire month dedicated to the Spanish swashbuckler! In this first video, Renegado takes a look at the follow-up to The Mask of Zorro, which is a sequel that probably shouldn't have been made.
In this episode, the Fear Fan begins paying his fans back with an all new segment: You Asked for It! To celebrate, he's picked not only the show's first "anthology" film, but also one of the best Halloween horror films that doesn't include a spray-painted Shatner mask!