Sky: Ello, you sorry sods, this is your pal Sky with ya and on my left side is the always annoying and verbose Ollie. And as you can see “We are still here“….in 2016….at The Supernaughts! Ollie: A site that as Mr. Scott Colbert said, many had... Read more
During the recording of Bop’s first Podcast a few weeks back, he asked me what was the first favorite Movie I liked as a kid. As a Gen-X guy in my mid-forties, I would easily say Star Wars: A New Hope however, as much as I loved the... Read more
So once again the Holidays have arrived and with it, an assortment of fun games to not only distract one’s mind from real world problems, but help pass the time during the last weeks of the wretched 2016! Note: All of the footage shown below, is based... Read more
When polled, most people especially within developed nations would say that December is the most festive Month of the Year (Because it’s fucking Christmas, duh!) but me being the contrarian bastid I’m known and loved for, cites mid-November as the favorite Month of the Year ever since-say, 1991;... Read more
Back duringÂ 1996, the Year that gave us Michael Bay’s The Rock and Independence Day, there was this one MovieÂ that I had the biggest anticipation for, and that was the sequel to one of my favoriteÂ beloved films, ever! Within August of that year, John Carpenter, Kurt Russell had finally continued... Read more
Satire! Doesn’t necessarily reflect the stance of all members of this site. Days of Future Present And there came a day, while I was relaxing in the Beach with a six-pack oâ€™ Guinness stout, a sudden tide appeared and had swept me under. Actually, I was drawn into some... Read more
I thought Iâ€™d Candy wrap the rest of these topics off with a proper sendoff, here are the leftovers based on my recommendations. This piece o’ pieces, is what I would call the “Rough Cut”. Although each section will not be as “fleshed out” as my previous ToTs... Read more
Let’s face it, today’s horror genre as far as modern cinema is concerned is dying off slowly due to shitty remakes, sequelsÂ and uninspired concepts which had begun since the noughties. That said, I, the “Black Irish hath discovered a few somewhat recentÂ picks o’ the litter that may... Read more
Welcome back to Stalks’ Trick O’ Treats. For this segment, Horror Anime is the hot topic. Controversial, artistic and if you ask the wrong person, they would say itâ€™s a dying media.Â Fortunately, that is not the case since Anime is still thriving thanks to streaming services like... Read more
â€œGentleman, ladies: what if Superman had decided to fly down, rip off the roof of the White House, and grab the president right out of the Oval Office. Who would’a stopped him?â€-Suicide Squad (2016) There’s an old proverb; “With great power comes great responsibility “. Now many of... Read more
I remember how excited I was upon learning of DCWB’s upcoming project that will pit their two iconic characters -Batman and Superman, up against one another. Of course the trailers sparked further interests. So now, here we are. In BvS, (or as I would refer to the film... Read more
Daredevil (2003) 20th Century Fox Director: Mark Steven Johnson The Cutting Floor is a series dedicated to films that had a major or dismal success at the Box office but thanks to the magic of home video, the viewer can experience what important scenes were left... Read more
20 Years ago around this time, my life was forever changed. After One Year of owning the first Playstation console, there was this game that not only redefined Survival Horror, but reintroduced the Zombie Sub-genre to the gaming and Movie going public in general. That Game... Read more
Now that the hotly anticipated second season of Netflix’s Daredevil has arrived, everyone has set aside 2-13 hours to watch its premiere on March 18. I was a bit concerned when Season one showrunner, Steven K. Knight (Spartacus) dropped out of the project and in his place were Doug... Read more
In honor of the upcoming Batman vs Superman film and even Â of more importance, March of 2016 marks the tenth anniversary’s unfortunate cancellation of one of the best animated series on television-Justice League Unlimited! JLU served as a continuation of the original Justice League series which debuted in 2002... Read more
This is your boyo Ollie here to raise a pint and give a shout out to Saint Paddy’s Day by honoring my fellow Irish folk not only in film or music but also icons of pop culture!
Ever had one of those days when you just need a break from day to day stress be it an irate boss, traffic jams,Â internet tolls, unruly commuters or your spouse significant other has gotten on your last nerve? Well if you canâ€™t afford to pay for... Read more
With Black History Month coming to a close, I dedicate this segment of MMP to the first Black Superhero of Comicdom, Tchalla, mostly known as The Black Panther who shall make his cinematic debut in Captain America: Civil War! Also of note; July of 2016 will mark the... Read more
Stalks, Dee and Bop crown their favourite black movie characters! #BlackHistoryMonth
Stalks says: “Deadpool” is taking no prisoners!
Itâ€™s February and you know what that means. No Iâ€™m not talking about some silly commercialized holiday where couples chose that one day to express their love toward one another, Iâ€™m talkin bout Black History Month, â€œsuckaâ€! Now that Black History Month has officially arrived I thought I’d give... Read more
â€œThat’s inspired by a great Marvel comic, Deathlok, a guy whose brain and lungs were stuck into a cyborg’s body. See, he was to be used as this ultimate killing machine and something backfired.” -Dave Mustaine of Megadeth who wrote and performed the song PSYCHOTRON. Todayâ€™s MMP recommendation... Read more
Welcome to my first installment of MMP, a series that focuses on highly recommended comic trade paperbacks, be it print or nowadays, digital. My pick for this segment goes to an absolute favorite of mine- Warlock The Complete collection! Ever wondered where Gamora made her very first appearance? Thanos... Read more
It is here! The Best and Worst of movies and TV of the last year, selected by various Supernaughts contributors! Feel free to agree and disagree!
David Bowie has been resurrected many time throughout his music career and despite his very unfortunate demise, he still lives on! And should you doubt his never ending legacy,Â just give David Bowie’s final album Blackstar a listen and youâ€™ll exactly know why. Blackstar is a... Read more
A very belated Christmas satire from Ollie and Sky!
Stalkeye takes a look at the Good, the Mediocre and the Bad of the new “Star Wars” movie in his spoiler-heavy review.
I once heard of internet rumors that there might be a film based on the classic toyline-Â Major Matt Mason, (Written by Tom Hanks and directed by Robert Zemeckis,) Â in development. The synopsis of the Mattel-based toyÂ revolves around Major Matt Mason and fellow astronauts as they fight for survival... Read more
Stalks REvisits Resident Evil 5 and gives and honest critique of why its very underrated.
Ho, ho, ho and a Yo, Joe! With Christmas approaching fast, I decided to spit out a limited series from now to Dec 25th. I shall shine a spotlight on some of my favorite Toys as a Generation X kid, like many if not most of you. This specific... Read more
In this Opinionated Piece, Stalkeye offers his summations of how and why Star Wars became the undisputed king of Pop culture cinema as well as “Force” to be reckoned with when it came to merchandising.
After the success of Microsoft’s first video game platform the Xbox, the company that Bill Gates built had decided to one up themselves while competing against the likes of Sony and Nintendo with the successor to their first console. The Xbox 360 was not only 3x as powerful... Read more
Our contributors and guest author Ernest Rister reveal their favourite characters from the “Star Wars”- saga!
Four writers discuss the old question “The Godfather vs. Goodfellas”. Which one of those classic gangster movies held up better?
“Did you ever walk out of a movie?” Four of our writers answer this question.
Stalks delivers a not so encouraging review of what is considered a cult classic to many horror enthusiasts.
Stalks review explains why not all of Hammer’s Films are instant classics and “Satanic Rites of Dracula” is the (un)living proof!
A review of Lucio Fulci’s “The Black Cat” (1981)- from the perspective of a black cat!
Back in the late 70’s George A. Romeo’s iconic sequel Dawn of the Dead (1978) premiered to raving reviews along with a huge cult following. In order to capitalize off the success of Romeo’s classic, Italian Horror Director Lucio Fulci created what is known as the unofficial sequel to... Read more
A Classic British Horror Film involving a pair of twins-one good and the other..Evil!
NSFW: Battle of the Japanese Zombie movies: “Battle Girl” (1991) vs. “Junk” (2000) – which one will win?
Synopsis: What did the world look like as it was transforming into the horrifying apocalypse depicted in “The Walking Dead”? This spin-off set in Los Angeles, following new characters as they face the beginning of the end of the world, will answer that question. Welcome to another installment of... Read more
Stalkeye takes a look at the key scenes of the very first Star Wars movie!
Kurt Sutter is often known as the man who wrote and directed some, if not most, of the best and most memorable episodes of FX’s The Shield (which helped set the standards for adult content regarding non premium cable television shows). And of course, there’s his modern age Hamlet... Read more
Dead Celebrity Holograms! Racial Profiling! Pokemon Massacre attempt and Deez Nuts! All in the World thatâ€™s coming! A Mad, Mad, Madworld!
Unless you have been living under a rock, in the sewers, or you’re one of those individuals who was born during the 90’s (goddamn Millennials!), you may have not been aware of the infamous date – September 9, 1995.
Got an Apple or Android device and an Amazon Prime subscription? If so, boy do I have good news for you! Instead of relying heavily on Wifi or cell data, which can be very expensive depending on your carrier’s plan, you willÂ now be able to watch Amazon Prime movies... Read more
The influence of Jack Kirby, genius comic book creator, is bigger than you might think.
Honouring Jack Kirby, who would have turned 98 today, Stalks takes a look at one of his more unusual creations.
A second, more favourable review of the hotly anticipated live-action adaptation of “Attack on Titan” (2015).
“On my business card, I am a corporate president. In my mind, I am a game developer. But in my heart, I am a gamer.” Satoru Iwata, 1959-2015 I have this love/hate thing for Nintendo. I admire the fact that the Japanese based company not only revived the gaming... Read more
What does the success of Batman The Animated Series,Â Superman: The Animated Series, and Justice League Unlimited have in common? They all can be attributed to the talents and contributions of character designer, animator, and producer Bruce Timm. After a two year hiatus from Warner Brothers Animation (Timm had stepped... Read more
In this new series I will cover various bands from one of my favorite genres. Some are well-known while others may seem a bit obscure. Along with a retrospective, I’ll be kind enough to throw in some music clips so that you can witness the hard hitting sound and... Read more
When I was but a young lad, I had always looked forward to some of my favorite cartoons that ranged from the usual Saturday morning schedule on major networks to series produced for syndication distribution, mostly aired through local stations such as NYCâ€™s WPIX. The first thing that would... Read more
I love art. Even as a kid I could find appreciation from a painting, sketch, comic book or even merchandise packaging. Shit, I even attended art class during my college days. Which reminds me of all those nekkid women models being paraded about for the sake of sketching! Ah,... Read more
WARNING: The Following contains footage that may shock, offend or suspend your disbelief.
Not Safe For Work!
To commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the 32 Bit platform’s official release, this retrospective covers the highs, lows and low blows of Sega’s potentially great console: The Sega Saturn.
For a very short low budgeted film, Kung Fury delivers with all bells and whistles! The special effects surpass what I have seen from bigger budgeted TV shows and the action sequences outdate anything done by Mikey Bay!
Continuing the trend of live action television shows based on their comic book intellectual properties, WBDC, (thatâ€™s Warner Brothers and DC comics for the uninitiated) has produced a third entry series following the success from both Arrow and The Flash now comes Supergirl. Itâ€™s apparently obvious that this series... Read more
Before Cannon pictures and a few other “modest” budgeted studios, there was this little movie company that had huge ambitions. Founded in 1967, Avco Embassy went on to make some memorable hit genre films during the early 80’s.
Why choose Devilman for this segment? Well, with a concept such as this, itâ€™s quite obvious isnâ€™t it?Â A boy transformed into a superhero demon to fight other demons reeks of blasphemy, ergo controversial. 2015 marks the 25th Anniversary of the more popular OVA of the Devilman saga; Siren the... Read more
To celebrate the great Avco Embassy Films of old, here’s a retrospective (i.e. “Stalkback”) of one of my favorites from the film production company’s catalog: The Exterminator. Cult films, also commonly referred to as cult classics, are films that have acquired a cult following. Cult films are known for... Read more
In honor of Memorial Day, your Bruh Stalks here is giving a shout-out to a pop culture icon that was “killed off” too quickly and before its time. Here is yet another retrospective of a show that got the ax. Ergo, I present to you, The Chopping Block. G.I.... Read more
Home video has come a long way since the 80’s when VCRs and rental chains like Blockbuster were all the rage.Â Now fast forward (pun intended) to the age of Wi-Fi where digital movies can be broadcast not only by the means of game consoles, tablets, but even smartphones and... Read more
Welcome to yet another installment of Anime Amok in which Stalks here, endures the chaos from watching these insane and very controversial Anime shows and OVAs.
Welcome to yet another chapter of Anime Amok in which I unearth the most controversial Anime OVAs, films and TV series of yesteryear. In this segment, Iâ€™m going with Violence Jack.
Welcome to yet another “episode” of Anime (gone) Amok in which I provide a brief retrospect of the most controversial Anime (Original Video Animations) I have ever seen. My pick of the litter for this segment, is Mad Bull 34 originally based on a Shueishaâ€™s Young Jump Manga. It... Read more
Stalkeye looks at the recent decision by Marvel to bring the character of Iceman out of the closet.
Anime Amok: Angel Cop; Blood, Bullets and Bionics! Stalkeye reviews the ultraviolent and offensive anime miniseries from 1989.
In honor of the upcoming and hotly anticipated sequel Avengers: Age of Ultron, Stalkeye would like to dedicate this segment of Chopping Block to one of the best Superhero animated series which lifespan was cut way too short.