Gas up the chainsaw, because Army of Darkness is the Greatest Movie EVER!
Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring M.O.M., the Mistress of Malapropisms.
Review in a Nutshell: Although the theatrical cut of Army of Darkness suffers from the choppy final edit foisted upon the film by the studio, the 3rd movie in The Evil Dead series is still the funniest and most easily accessible entry, and it stands out as a fun throwback to an age of practical special effects from the days before the ascension of CG.
June is here, and we’re all ready to begin our rose-colored campus life with a look at The Tatami Galaxy, a 2010 anime with series direction by Masaaki Yuasa of Mind Game and Kick-Heart fame. CLICK HERE or on the poster above to download our review of the film, featuring guest host Daryl Surat of Anime World Order. The discussion includes topics such as the difficulties of finding artistic recognition and the power of mature story-telling in a medium dominated by a focus on youth and nostalgia. Spoilers abound, so listen with caution.
“You complete me.”
Fire up the rocket-sled, because TIMECOP is the greatest movie EVER!
Click on the movie poster or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring Sean “Hollywood” Hunting.
Review in a Nutshell: Ridiculous nudity, bad physics, henchmen with villainous hair, Ron Silver stealing every scene he’s in, and Jean Claude doing the splits. Truly, TIMECOP is the apex of Western film.
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ERRATA: I meant Joel Schumacher, not Jerry Bruckheimer, when discussing Flatliners.
Fire up the afterburners, because The Final Countdown is the Greatest Movie EVER!
Click on the DVD cover or the title above to download our review of the film, featuring Celebrity Translator Neil Nadelman.
Review in a Nutshell: A military documentary masquerading as a time travel film, The Final Countdown has some amazing visuals of modern technology in action. Don’t expect a deep exploration of alternative histories or time paradoxes, though.