Good Bad Flicks presents a serious episode about a silly movie, as Cecil looks into what happened with the hilariously over the top Gremlins 2: The New Batch!
In this episode from the Blood Splattered Archives, the Horror Guru takes on Wishmaster, a Wes Craven Presents joint that hearkens back to the glory days of Hellraiser, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Candyman. Oh, and did we mention this film stars Robert Englund, Kane Hodder, Tony Todd, Angus Scrimm, Reggie Bannister and Ted Raimi?
For all the adults and teenagers who have walked into a theater of toddlers and tried to enjoy a movie while feeling judged by their parents: this editorial is for you!
As it turns out, Ursa was wrong about the finale, and she’s kind of glad about it. Spoilers, y’all; we’re diving into the series 3 finale of Sherlock, before returning to our regularly scheduled hiatus. Let’s hope it’s less than two years this time.
In Sofie’s first game review, she reviews the puzzle game adventures series Professor Layton, created for the Nintendo DS and 3DS, about a professor and his apprentice who go on adventures and solve puzzles as well as mysteries.
Solkir reviews a movie that hates everyone and everything. And… what’s this? A new host for the Graphic Novel Picture Show has suddenly appeared!
Cecil reviews one of his most requested films! Howard the Duck is one of the most notorious flops in cinema history, but in Cecil’s opinion, it doesn’t deserve its reputation, and is incredibly unique and massively entertaining.
Back in May, the Horror Guru took on the second installment of Lucio Fulci’s Gates of Hell trilogy, The Beyond, AKA Seven Doors of Death. But as the film rolls on, the real question becomes not whether The Beyond will survive the review, but whether the Guru will survive The Beyond!
Joey looks at the cartoon short based on the Little Red Riding Hood fairy tale, directed by Tex Avery. You know, the one where the Wolf wants to have sex with Little Red Riding Hood?
The Fear Fan takes a swipe at the little known demonic horror movie The Unholy, featuring Ben Cross, Ned Beatty, and Hal Holbrook.
It’s been two years in the making, but Sherlock is back for series three! What did Ursa make of “The Empty Hearse”? Was there love, hate, or total indifference for “The Sign of Three”? And can we expect to see more Molly Hooper this time around? The answer to the last one is “yes”. For the answers to the others, you’ll need to watch the episode.
Enjoy this delayed episode of Minority Report Reviews where Tom tries his best to deal with a grumpy Harold and talk about 2008’s The Incredible Hulk!
Cecil begins a spin-off called Good Bad Games where he highlights lesser known games, forgotten series, or games that are unfairly rated.
Christmas is over, and Ursa has a message for Matt Smith: you deserved better. She talks “The Time of the Doctor”, consequences, stirring speeches, and hollow threats. Oh, and wooden Cybermen. Can’t forget those.
Watch and find out which characters from TV and theatrical shorts made the cut. Joey’s list includes some no-brainers, and some surprises!
Tom recaps the second season Space: 1999 episode “The Exiles”, featuring an incredibly original plot where Moonbase Alpha is surrounded by missiles that turn out to contain alien outlaws who have been frozen in suspended animation for centuries.
After an awesomely successful Kickstarter campaign, the Fear Fan is back! This time, he’s reviewing the lesser-known 1981 film Wolfen. What do you get when you take a a police procedural, Native American mysticism, and a feral, nude Edward James Olmos, and put them in a blender? We have no idea, but we’re about to find out!
Count Jackula enters the wretched hive of Invasion of the Bee Girls, also known as Graveyard Tramps, written by future Star Trek director Nicholas Meyer!
The Horror Guru celebrates Christmas a week late by reviewing Jack Frost 2: The Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman! This film is absolutely nuts–It’s got everything from mutant killer snowmen, to Doug Jones, to a douche named Captain Fun. It’s totally bananas!
Cecil talks about the hysterical Santa’s Slay, a great movie that takes itself just seriously enough. It’s a holiday classic that should be watched every year, along with A Christmas Story and Black Christmas.