Part 1 of the epic conclusion of the Harry Potter series begins! But is this movie just a glorified setup for the next one?
Cecil reviews an action copsploitation film from the '70s, with an awesome lead actress.
This movie about crawling slugs that turn the local townsfolk into mindless space zombies is the latest review from the Horror Guru! Or... is it?
The Cinema Slob gets infected by the symbiote from his Spider-Man 3 review and decides to turn his hate on a movie that a lot of people like. So what problems does he have with Ghostbusters? Check out this video and find out!
You've probably been wondering where the hell the Blockbuster Chick's been! Well, this review of Cars 2 requested by Suzie's fan U.N. Owen will answer all of your questions.
More turtle shenanigans lead to Usagi and Mamorou teaming up to help an amnesiac find his lost identity.
The Porn Critic takes a look at Clerks XXX: A Porn Parody, and... it turns out it's amazing! How can he do the angry reviewer shtick now?
It's the madhouse of life! The Return of Cartoon Palooza's Batman Chronicles continues as the Joker takes on the edgier, hipper Batman from Batman Beyond!
Jackula and the Guru review Park Chan-wook's masterpiece of psychological horror Stoker, starring Nicole Kidman, Mia Wasikowska, and Matthew Goode.
In this kaiju-sized episode of the DVD Shelf Movie Reviews, we delve deep into the creation of one of the most famous giant monsters in movie history, Godzilla! Born out of World War II's impact on Japan, Godzilla has gone on to star in nearly thirty movies over the years, but none are as dark, ominous, and captivating as the original 1954 black-and-white film that started it all.
Renegado takes a break from his usual format with a music review! In this case, he talks about a little-known song from the '90s that may or may not have had its own dance craze. And somehow, he convinces several of his fellow Agony Booth reviewers to dance the Macarena for him. On camera.
Jump scare! Phil Buni's March Medical Madness continues with this very meta sequel, where a group of film students break into a mental hospital to investigate whether the events of the first film actually happened. Because we all know how well Blair Witch 2 turned out!
The first installment of Cartoon Palooza's second round of The Batman Chronicles covers this direct-to-video compilation of three episodes of Superman: The Animated Series.
Usagi helps Aino Minako escape from her manager and her fans, and then big things happen.
It's time once again to roll out the barrel! The Budget Barrel, that is! Sci-fi tactical shooters are a rare beast, but every genre has a budget game or two if you look hard enough. In this episode, Roland reviews Alpha Black Zero, the first, last, and only game made by the Dutch (as far as anyone knows).
Jackula refuses to see The Last Exorcism Part II starring Ashley Bell and produced by Eli Roth. Turns out he and the Guru are going to need a real exorcist.
Sofie digs a little deeper into the phenomena of Twilight, and tries to figure out what makes this franchise so loved (and hated), and what its popularity could potentially lead to.
Take one sports movie, add Chaucer, comedy, the hits of Queen, and anachronistic metalworking, and serve with a side of naked Paul Bettany. Also on today's episode: Palamon, Arcite, Emily, and the Bessemer process. Not necessarily in that order.
The Cinema Slob gets around to watching Push, the super-powered action thriller starring Chris Evans and Dakota Fanning. So what does the Slob think of this stylish entry into the world of superhero movies? Test your psychic abilities, and check out the Slob's review to find out!
Renegado takes a look at Chinango, allegedly the first Latin American martial arts movie ever made. Filmed in Mexico in 2006, and not released until 2009, Renegado finds out if this movie measures up with other entries in the martial arts genre, or if he has another Undefeatable on his hands.