Security (2017) Review
There used to be a time in which Antonio Banderas was really cool. Movies like Desperado and Assassins showed that the guy was excellent and a breath of fresh air in Hollywood. Then he suddenly didn’t appear in cool movies, but a lot of crap. I never understood why... Read more
The Con is on! SDCC Comic Con 2017: Picks n Pans
Okay, it’s that tome of the year where all the guys and gals get to live out their fantasies by dressing up as their favorite fictional characters for a “Comic book convention” that is more focused on Movies, Toys and TV shows than comic books? In light of our... Read more
RIP Godfather of The Dead George A, Romero (1940-2017)
      It’s been well over half of a year and now 2017 has claimed yet another legend within the annuals of pop culture. George A. Romero, Director, Writer and most notably, Father of the modern Zombie genre has made the transition to the other side. Ironically, Romero’s... Read more
War for The Planet of the Apes
  Director: Matt Reeves Writers: Mark Bomback and Matt Reeves Starring: Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn   Guns out for Harambe Usually I’m very skeptic whenever I hear of a well-known film franchise getting the reboot treatment. This is especially true in regard to the Planet of the... Read more
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Black Panther teaser trailer
Ladies and gentlemen, behold the Black Panther teaser trailer. Discuss.   Read more
Podcast, stardate fifty three and a half: Da MUMMY
The Guardians (2017) review
I have a superhero movie fatique. I really do. When I needed superhero comic movies they were nowhere to be found, but since Hollywood found out that it makes lots of money they sure did their best to ram it down our throats. Now, if they were at least... Read more
Wonder Woman: Savior of the DC Entertainment Universe?
  Director: Patty Jenkins Writers: Allan Heinberg (screenplay), Zack Snyder (story) After a string of disappointments coming from the newly established DC related Warner Bros studios, (Well, I liked Man of Steel so fuck you!) So now comes the latest project from the House of Steel.Since making her debut in... Read more
Boyka : Undisputed (2016) review
Certain actors and actresses get their significant role, that they are forever remembered by. Stallone is Rambo and Rocky. Statham is The Transporter and Chev Chelios, Vin Diesel is Dominic Torretto and Riddick, Al Leong is the Asian thug, Riccardo Pizzuti is always that guy that gets beat up... Read more
Forgetting Alien Covenant
Tosses some SPOILERS into this smoothie.   They wanted to do Alien, er, Awakening – Neill Blomkamp… I said fine. I was going to be the producer. If I could have, I would have. Except I do question,  why have both out there? It seems like shooting your big toe... Read more
In Defense Of Prometheus: The Big Issues
Hello again. After dealing with the nitpicks in my other article, it’s time to get into the things that really seem to set Prometheus critics into a frenzy. I’m talking about mythology expansion, bigger themes and scientific theories people don’t seem to like. This is a where a lot... Read more
In Defense Of Prometheus: The Nitpicks
Ah Prometheus, the film that divided a million nerds, at least on the internet. I say this because outside of the cyberworld, I really haven’t met anyone who hasn’t liked the film. And I’m not talking about just a close padre of friends. I’m talking about people from all... Read more
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 (A Mixtape of Might, Mirth and Melancholy!)
      Minor spoilers ahead! Also, when discussing the film and story details, please be considerate of others who have yet to see the sequel via adding spoiler tags (e.g. <spoiler>spoiler</spoiler>) in the comment section down below. After the huge box office success from yet another movie based... Read more
Fire in the Sky (1993)

Me and Stu from themanwhosavedmovies.com decided to revisit this “alien abduction” classic from the 90s. Here are my thoughts!

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The Big Giallo Roundup, Part 3

More Giallo goodness! Slightly NSFW due to the fuzzy depiction of a femal breast, you protestant prudes.

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Movie Night: Son Of Frankenstein (1939)
By the late 30’s, Universal Studios was not on good financial ground. The Laemmle’s, who founded the studio; had been sent packing after defaulting on their loans and the new studio head, Charles R. Rogers; was not at all interested in making anymore horror films. And he probably wouldn’t... Read more
IAB’s Night Terrors: “Eyes Without a Face”(1960) & “The Skin I Live In”(2011)

A double-feature of “plastic surgery gone mad”-thrillers were on the menu this time in “Night Terrors”.

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Rated-R Resident Evil: The Final Chapter
      Director: Paul W.S. Anderson Writer: Paul W.S. Anderson Starring: Milla Jovovich, Iain Glen, Ali Larter Beating the dead horse where sleeping dogs lie.   Okay, so here’s yet another franchised oriented film that begins with the letter “R” as in Resident Evil! (Loosely) Based on the... Read more
Kong: Skull Island (Planet of the Ape)
  Starring: Tom Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson Writers: Dan Gilroy and Max Borenstein Director: Jordan Vogt-Roberts   Now that Marvel has established their very own cinematic universe, it seems like other world renowned pop culture mediums such as DC and soon, Hasbro are in the process of... Read more
Rated-R: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story
    As of this coming May, Star Wars will officially reach the big “Four-Oh”! And to help commemorate the anniversary of the world-renowned Science Fantasy franchise, I have a long-awaited review of the latest epic which is now available via home video distribution. The Half Dirty Dozen Directed... Read more
Netpix (My Netflix picks and pans!)
  “Heyaaaah”! I have a few recommendations courtesy if the world’s largest video streaming service, Netflix.   While listening to Jack’s Random reviews that consist of Movies streamed via Netflix, a few suggestions of my own often come to mind and finally, here they are some nice and one... Read more
Revisited: Sleepy Hollow (1999)
Recently, me and a friend of the site, Stu from themanwhosavedmovies.com, decided to do a retro  “twin” review. We agreed on a movie we would both write about, so we and our readers can then compare our thoughts and discuss them! The movie we chose is the 1999 Tim... Read more
Logan (2017) “The Last X-Man”
Starring: Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Richard E. Grant and Dafne Keen. Written and Directed by James Mangold    After 20 years of portraying the infamous, yet iconic Mutant Antihero, from previous X-Men film franchise, Hugh Jackman takes his final bow as Wolverine Aka Logan. But is Logan a worthy... Read more
A Cure For Wellness (2017) alleviates the ailment you did not know you have!

This movie year is starting out very promising.

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Movie Night: Dracula’s Daughter (1936)
After the success of Bride of Frankenstein in 1935, Universal Studios was in full swing with sequels to the emerging Monster franchise it had stumbled upon due to the insistence of one particular horror movie geek who also just happened to be the son of the studio’s owner as... Read more
The Big Giallo Roundup, Part 2

More Europeans getting killed, with style.

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The Obligatory 89th Academy Awards-Thread

The obligatory Oscar-thread for live updates of the winners during tonight’s live broadcast and just random Oscar-chatter.

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RIP Bill Paxton: Game Over, Not Forgotten, Man
The sudden death of actor Bill Paxton has stunned his fans, and left the world a far less artistic place to reside. Known for his roles in ALiens, Near Dark, Twister and Apollo 13, for me it’s hisa turn in his directorial debut Frailty that I’ll remember his most... Read more
The Big Giallo Roundup, Part 1

Gloves, knives and nudity from Southern Europe. Magnifico!

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5 Random Movies I would not mind being remade

If at first you don’t succeed…

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xXx The Return Of Xander Cage review

Bop answers the burning question if XXX Part tres is any good.

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Movie Night: Werewolf Of London (1935)
In 1941, Universal released another of their big Monster Movie hits. It was a werewolf tale called The Wolfman. What a lot of people don’t realize, is that 6 years earlier; there was a first attempt at the werewolf story. It would be in the form of this obscure... Read more
Dee’s selection of the Worst Movies of 2016

Where is your god now?

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Glorious Year 1990: “Robocop 2”

IAB continues his “1990” series with a look at the best movie ever made featuring an acrobatic violin-player performing “Born to be Wild”.

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The 10 Commandments of How To Make A Frustratingly Mediocre Movie

How to become the next Chris Columbus… in case somebody wants to know.

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Movie Night: Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
Almost as soon as Frankenstein became an even bigger hit than Dracula, the studio announced its first sequel in their now burgeoning series of monster films. It would take 4 long years before the sequel came along but when it did, audiences were treated to one of the greatest... Read more
IAB’s 2016 in Movies

The obligatory end-of-the-year List from IAB.

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Movie Night: The Mummy (1932)
    After the success of Dracula and Frankenstein, Universal decided to continue it’s foray into monster movies. In 1931, Carl Laemmle Jr. who championed those two films; wanted to find a literary source to base an Egyptian-themed horror film on. When none was found to his liking, Nina... Read more
How about releasing THAT “Director’s Cut”…?!!?

In a tangent, that went completely off of “Rogue One”, that started it, IAB digs the history for some movies that were VERY different until very late in the post-production.

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Dee’s Christmas List #2: A Chinese Ghost Story (1987)
This is the second chapter of a short series of articles featuring a personal selection of “alternative” movie and TV- recommendations for the “most wonderful time of the year”. My idea is to eschew the usual works that are brought up during the season every year. The presented selections... Read more
Movie Night: Frankenstein (1931)
With the release of Dracula, Universal had a hit on it’s hands in 1931 and knew they were on to something. Carl Laemmle Jr., the horror fan who pushed it through, immediately made plans for the next logical follow up: Frankenstein. Like Dracula, this story had also been around... Read more
Dee’s Christmas List #1: D.O.A. (1988)

First entry of a series of personally recommended alternatives to the usual X-Mas themed movies and TV-shows.

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WHY DOES MODERN CINEMA/ENTERTAINMENT SUCK?!?FACT!!!

An opinion piece on why the quality of movies declined in the eyes of the author. Disclaimer: Potentially controversial content, does not necessarily reflect the opinion of all contributors to this site.

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Booger and Denzel go to Arrival
Includes spoilers. And to the heavily religious, please avoid. Read more
BT/DJ’s Doctor Strange Review and Podcast (100)
Ayyyyyy. caution: contains cusses. Read more
“Kong: Skull Island” New Trailer Hits The Web

The latest trailer gives the first CLEAR look at the gigantic ape.

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Rock DJ -Robbie Williams(2001)
in 2001 Robbie Williams, former Take That member, sparked controversy with his multi platinum single “Rock DJ” that in the R-rated music video features the stoke on Trent- born Robbie treating a group of young attractive girls to a striptease by taking off his clothes as he sings. As... Read more
Can’t they just die already? A triple rant about Don’t Breathe, The Shallows and Green Room

The survival genre has to die! (clickbait tagline)

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Escape From LA (1996) Now more relevant than ever!
Back during 1996, the Year that gave us Michael Bay’s The Rock and Independence Day, there was this one Movie that I had the biggest anticipation for, and that was the sequel to one of my favorite beloved films, ever! Within August of that year, John Carpenter, Kurt Russell had finally continued... Read more
Happy, Happy Halloween: Halloween Resurrection
No sequels are ever really necessary, and those that are equal to the original are usually as rare as hen’s teeth. Nowhere is this truer, and as applicable as it is with Halloween: Resurrection. I suppose it’s appropriate that director Rick Rosenthal, who helmed H2, also helms the last... Read more
One More Day ’til Halloween: Halloween: H20
Halloween: H20 is perhaps the strongest of the MM infused Halloween sequels. It also does something very smart, and pretends that 4-6 never happened, which is an amazing coincidence as most moviegoers did the same thing.  In the original script for H20, they do include them, including the death... Read more
Horror Movie Roundup: The Mephisto Waltz (1971) and The Church (1989)

Two underseen horror movies reviewed!

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Trick O’ Treats Pt. 4 Movies: Something Old, something Ghoul
    Let’s face it, today’s horror genre as far as modern cinema is concerned is dying off slowly due to shitty remakes, sequels and uninspired concepts which had begun since the noughties. That said, I, the “Black Irish hath discovered a few somewhat recent picks o’ the litter that may... Read more
Movie Night: Dracula and the Spanish Version (1931)
Well, it’s almost Halloween and this year, my friend and I have decided to make our way through the original Big Four Universal Monster Films and their sequels in release order. Of course, this will go well beyond the month of October but that’s fine with me as I... Read more
Tricks O’ Treats Pt. 3 Horror Anime
    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 it’s a dying media. Fortunately, that is not the case since Anime is still thriving thanks to streaming services like... Read more
8 More days ’til Halloween: Halloween (1978)
This isn’t a review I expected to write. Well, I knew I would be writing it, but I hadn’t expected my opinion to change so radically.  Last year I reviewed all the Elm Street movies, and in thinking what to do for this Halloween, it seemed rather obvious that... Read more
Movie Night: Tarantula (1955)
Since the era of silent film, Universal Studios had been making a tidy profit with horror films, particularly the monster genre. This would explode in the 30’s and 40’s with a series of films centered around what would become known as The Universal Classic Monsters which would primarily be... Read more
IAB’s Night Terrors: “Race With the Devil”(1975), “Pumpkinhead”(1988), “We Are What We Are”(2013)

Satanic cults on the highway, revenge demons, families with questionable diets – oh my!

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Deep in the Woods (2000): The Big Bad Wolf is out to get You

Oh lala! The French know a thing or two about horror.

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Movie Night: Food Of The Gods (1976)
In 1976, one year before Star Wars would be released, Drive-In movies were still king and American International Pictures (the same studio that gave Roger Corman his start) was pumping out B-Movie fare for it’s third decade in a row. The effects had slightly improved but the stories still... Read more
Corpse Mania (1981): …loving you was like loving the Dead [NSFW]
Slightly NSFW due to imagery of implied nudity and potentially disturbing content *** Corpse Mania aka Si Yiu (1981) directed by Chih-Hung Kuei I have been reviewing a few Giallos lately and I decided to explore what influence this proto-Italian genre had on film makers not native of the... Read more
Movie Night: Captain Kronos: Vampire Hunter (1974)
  In the early 70’s, Hammer Studios was in deep financial trouble and about to shut it’s doors. In this troubled climate, the studio decided to take a chance and gave Avengers scriptwriter Brain Clemens free reign to both write and direct his own project. The result would become... Read more
Movie Night: Yor, The Hunter From The Future (1983)
What can one say about Yor? This is classic B-Movie, 80’s cheese and if you like these kinds of films then as far as I’m concerned, any discussion of Yor has to start with the director. Listed in the credits as Anthony M. Dawson, this is really an American... Read more
Movie Review: Rapt Up And Ready To Roll
In April of 2015, my Weekday Matinee co host Jerry Janda sent me a script to read. This was right after he had been on the Imaginarium and I had gushed like a schoolgirl over how much I had liked Painkiller. I remember it took me awhile to get... Read more
Movie Night: Night of the Lepus (1972)

A review of “Night of the Lepus”, the infamous “giant killer bunny” movie.

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De Palma (2015) is a must for fans of the Master

Happy 76th Birthday, Brian De Palma!

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The Exorcist 2: The Heretic (1977)
Following the success of the high-grossing original The Exorcist, along came an follow up sequel that takes place four years after Regan McNeil, once again played by Linda Blair, became possessed.  She is 16 by now and under the care of Sharon Spencer, played by Kitty Winn, another Exorcist... Read more
Why I Don’t Like Home Invasion Movies…. and My Top 5 Home Invasion Movies!

Dee tries to extract a Top 5 out of one of his least favourite horror movie subgenres. Including a rant!

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows (2016): Life is great as a human-animal hybrid
In a summer filled with disappointments, TMNT 2 might not stand out as a gem, but can at least live up to its predecessor, delivering what it promises. Shredder (Brian Tee) is back with a vengeance, after he escaped prison with the help of a teleportation device created by... Read more
Delirium aka Le Foto di Gioia (1987) [NSFW]

NSFW: Images showing nudity.
A review of an obscure 80s Giallo by Lamberto Bava.

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Suicide Squad? You mean Suicide Squat.

Bop does not like Suicide Squad. At all.

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Suicide Squad (2016): Chaotic, frustrating… and very watchable

Dee shares his opinion on the third movie entry into the DCEU.

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Magnum Opus (Magnum Force, a RETROspective)
Featuring; With “Green Screen”, you can jump to a pivotal scene just by clicking the green text. It’s that simple but be warned, spoilers ahead! What happens when the law fails to uphold and enact justice? Why, take it within your own hands of course. In Written by Harry... Read more
Nightmare Beach (1989) is a fun Summer- Giallo Slasher

Newsflash! Masked killer chases dumb and horny teens during their Spring Break.

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Movie Night: The Big Cube (1969)
Ah, this movie. It’s hard to sum this film up simply but let me give it a shot…. Lana Turner trips balls. Okay, maybe that wasn’t so hard. From that description, you may have guessed that this movie takes place in the late 60’s, (1969 to be exact) and... Read more
Jared Leto Mystified by PG-13 Rating, Lost Performance

A think piece about Suicide Squad and its Joker, Jared Leto.

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Lights Out (2016) Review

A review of the movie based on the eponymous short film.

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Indiana Jones 5 – Ford/Spielberg/Lucas/Williams (2019)

Speculations about and hopes for the next Indiana Jones movie.

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Opera aka Terror at the Opera (1987): An appreciation of Dario Argento’s probably last great movie
This is an attempt to re-evaluate Opera aka Terror at the Opera, a “Giallo” from 1987, written and directed by Dario Argento, starring Christina Marsillach, Daria Nicolodi, Ian Charleston and others. The Plot (that there is) The new MacBeth adaptation at the opera in Rome is shaping up to... Read more
Dee’s Top 9 Guilty Pleasure movies from 2000-2015
What defines a “Guilty Pleasure”? The notion that the concept of a “Guilty Pleasure” should be dropped altogether, has become popular lately, as it indicates that one is supposed to feel shame about something he/she likes, which is hypocritical. While I, as someone who is against the strict separation... Read more
Star Trek Beyond (2016) is a solid, but generic space adventure

….and not one lens flare in sight!

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Battlefield Earth Review (2000)
After years of being in development hell, Battlefield Earth debuted in theatres worldwide on May 21st 2000 and it was met with mixed to negative reviews by critics and Sci-Fi fans. It was a project that star and producer John Travolta had been attempting to realize for years, as... Read more
Hardcore Henry review

Bop claims that “Hardcore Henry” is the movie of the year so far!

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Movie Night: I Married A Monster From Outer Space (1958)
  Today’s movie is the surprisingly original and effective Paramount science fiction horror film from the 50’s. Tensely directed by Gene Fowler, Jr. who helmed I Was A Teenage Werewolf the previous year, this is one of the best and most well made of the 50’s sci-fi B-Movies and... Read more
Extraordinarily Bad
Booger T breaks his podcast silence to address the grand insult to cinema that is Ghostbusters (2016). featuring Denzel Jefferson, of course. Read more
ALIENS (1986)
    As of July 18 2016, this date marks the 30th Anniversary of not only one of the best sequels of a iconic franchise, but also one of the best Action Horror films, evah! Fresh from coming off the huge success of his breakout film, (The Terminator) Director James Cameron... Read more
Movie Night: The Sword And The Sorcerer
Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, like most people who love film; I have a particular fondness for the zeitgeist of imaginative filmmaking that exploded in pop culture at the time. Films still being imitated and revered to this day. But along with that movement, as well as... Read more
GIJoe: The Movie (1987)
      Happy 4th of July! The time that many go on Summer vacations, Barbecues and lighting fireworks! Speaking of “fireworks”, I thought I’d give a RETROspective of those real American Heroes; G.I.Joe in their first animated feature; G.I. Joe the Movie.   What happens when the most... Read more
JAWS(1975) The Greatest Drinking Blockbuster Ever (PART II)
The first part of this bucket of chopped up bait fish is here. Alcohol has given me a few nights when my memory was about as clear as a politician’s during a debate. That damned, delicious Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey can make you forget what planet you are on.... Read more
R.I.P. Bud Spencer: An Homage

A tribute to a European movie legend.

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School’s out: Last American Virgin and Class of 1984
  Ah, School is finally over now that Summer has finally arrived! So while all the brats are now enjoying their summer break or searching for a job to pay off their expensive Student Loans, lets a look at a few picks of my favorite School themed movies shall... Read more
Human Lanterns (1982): Not your average Kung Fu- serial killer

Shaw Bros. meets Silence of the Lambs.

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JAWS(1975) The Greatest Drinking Blockbuster Ever.  PART I
  Steven Spielberg’s  Jaws is my favorite movie. I have easily seen it five hundred times, maybe more if you add in the countless late night drunk viewings. It even helped me get laid a few times. As my friend, a reckless Lothario , once told me “Chicks dig... Read more
X-Men: Apocalypse (2016): The Mutants face their worst foe (hint: It’s Bryan Singer)

A review of the latest X-Men movie and some thoughts about the status of the franchise in general.

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Tetris: The Movie – What the f*ck?!?

IAB trying to make the pieces fit together in his head.

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Tim Burton Paving Company
Tim Burton is god! A director in season. Most have one work in their life, others can keep that going for eternity with no new DNA, or nothing anyone wants to see injected into the corpse they insist is still alive. How many rock bands in zombie pose do... Read more
Captain America: Civil War has thrown down the gauntlet. Accept no challenges!

Stalks reviews Captain America: Civil War

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Bop’s Top 10 German movies

Bop crowns his favourite German movies.

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The Supernaughts pick the Worst Movies from 2000-2015
Where there is light, there is darkness… After we published our official Supernaughts- list of the Best Movies from 2000-2015 a few weeks ago, we once again colluded to create the Yang to the Yin, the list of the Worst of the Worst, a Flop 10! The time frame... Read more