Franchise with Me: Home Alone w/ Ty and Ella Turdsby

Initially for December, I wanted to do a really shitty Holiday franchise. A franchise where no entry is redeemable and/or it really dumps on the idea of Christmas. Something like Silent Night, Deadly Night or a Die Hard 1 & 2 + Lethal Weapon 1 Special. The reason for this is that I mostly hateContinue reading “Franchise with Me: Home Alone w/ Ty and Ella Turdsby”

2020 Movie Reviews: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom / The Vast of Night / Wild Mountain Thyme

With Covid-19 and everything, it’s easy to forget new movies are still being released and while the current stress of the situation has driven me to plunge into the home-y comforts of classic movies I’ve seen a jillion times, I took some time this past weekend to catch three 2020 releases. Ma Rainey’s Black BottomContinue reading “2020 Movie Reviews: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom / The Vast of Night / Wild Mountain Thyme”

Reviewing My Childhood Reviews: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith

Back when it came out I thought George Lucas‘ Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith was the 131st best film ever made. Oh my word, what an idiot. In this review, I fawn over mediocre crap. I was 15 at the time. The Best Since ‘Empire’ – An Absolute Triumph in Filmmaking!Continue reading “Reviewing My Childhood Reviews: Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith”

2020 Movie Reviews: Black Bear/The Nest/The Prom

With Covid-19 and everything, it’s easy to forget new movies are still being released and while the current stress of the situation has driven me to plunge into the home-y comforts of classic movies I’ve seen a jillion times, I took some time this past weekend to catch three 2020 releases. Black Bear Every yearContinue reading “2020 Movie Reviews: Black Bear/The Nest/The Prom”

Reviewing My Childhood Reviews: Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

This is a segment where I review movie reviews written by me as a child. This one is pretty bad, but I’m sure Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous ages even worse. Maybe not worse than the opening line of the review. Yikes guys, I’m on a first class ticket to Cancelled Town. Written AugustContinue reading “Reviewing My Childhood Reviews: Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous”

2020 Reviews: Mank/Sound of Metal/Shithouse

With Covid-19 and everything, it’s easy to forget new movies are still being released and while the current stress of the situation has driven me to plunge into the home-y comforts of classic movies I’ve seen a jillion times, I took some time this past weekend to catch three 2020 releases. Mank David Fincher‘s loveContinue reading “2020 Reviews: Mank/Sound of Metal/Shithouse”

2020 Movie Reviews – His House/Possessor/Money Plane

With Covid-19 and everything, it’s easy to forget new movies are still being released and while the current stress of the situation has driven me to plunge into the home-y comforts of classic movies I’ve seen a jillion times, I took some time this past week to catch three 2020 releases. His House Remi Weekes’Continue reading “2020 Movie Reviews – His House/Possessor/Money Plane”

Reviewing My Childhood Screenplays: “Christopher”

Last week I brought you a movie review from my childhood of the M. Night Shyamalan catastrophe Lady in the Water. It was positive and tone-deaf, exactly what you’d expect out of a 16-year-old jackass like myself. This week I was going to bring you another tone-deaf review, this time on Best Picture winner CrashContinue reading “Reviewing My Childhood Screenplays: “Christopher””

I paid someone $11 to Watch and Review the new American Pie and then I also watched it

Two weeks ago, I began a goof on here asking if anybody would watch this sure to wretched eighth American Pie sequel and nobody responded. A week ago, I asked again and still nothing. Finally over Thanksgiving weekend I get a DM from an old acquaintance of mine from high school up to the challenge.Continue reading “I paid someone $11 to Watch and Review the new American Pie and then I also watched it”

Franchise with Me: Tremors w/ Michael Kohn

They don’t make monster movies like they used to in the Golden Age of Hollywood, but back in 1990, S.S. Wilson and Brent Maddock brought back that lost genre with the insanely fun and stupid romp, Tremors. It was a throwback to an earlier time when monster movies could exist solely as entertainment without havingContinue reading “Franchise with Me: Tremors w/ Michael Kohn”