The “Twinkie Weiner Sandwich” is the single most repulsive thing I have ever seen in my life. UHF is a comedy starring “Weird” Al Yankovic that came out in 1989 … Continue Reading Review: UHF-Undiscovered Treasure
I had to see a priest after watching this. I am not a theater person. I have seen maybe 3 plays in my life and I’m pretty sure two of … Continue Reading Review-Cats (2019)
– THERE WILL BE SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW Eraserhead has always been an elusive anomaly to me. I never saw it growing up and none of the video stores … Continue Reading Spiderslashers-Eraserhead
I haven’t gotten the chance to really mention it, but I’m a very big fan of the Karen Rider franchise. It’s by far the Tokusatsu series I’m the most familiar … Continue Reading Spiderslashers-Shin Kamen Rider: Prologue
Much like Jason Voorhees, Freddy Krueger was a character that I always knew about but I could never bring myself to watch any of his movies. However unlike Jason I … Continue Reading Spiderslashers-A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
WARNING: THERE WILL BE SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW. Gore has always been a touchy subject for me in media. I’m squeamish about it in real life, really everyone is, but … Continue Reading Spiderslashers-The Fly (1986)
WARNING: THERE WILL BE SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW. Friday the 13th is a horror franchise that always fascinated me as a kid. I remember thinking Jason Voorhees as an imposing wall … Continue Reading Spiderslashers-Friday the 13th (1980)
A quick PSA before we begin, if you’re the type of person that laughs at a joke and then immediately repeats it out loud in a movie theater, just do … Continue Reading Review-Deadpool 2
I should start this off by saying I have little to no experience with documentaries. Sure I’ve watched some in the past, many of which I liked, but it’s not … Continue Reading Review-Won’t You Be My Neighbor?
Ant-Man & Wasp wasn’t a film I was particularly excited to see when it was first announced. Around the time it was revealed “superhero fatigue” was hitting me very hard … Continue Reading Review-Ant-Man & Wasp
Let me preface this review by saying that I have no nostalgic ties to Rampage, at all. Sure I played the arcade game when I was younger and maybe a … Continue Reading Review-Rampage
Godzilla Planet of the Monsters is a 2017 animated film released by Toho and is the 30th entry into the companies ongoing film series. Along with being the 30th film it’s also the first Godzilla movie to be entirely animated, not using a single physical actor. It was directed by Kobun Shizuno and Hiroyuki Sashita and was written by Gen Urobuchi, who is known for his works on shows such as Madoka Magica, Psycho Pass, and Kamen Rider Gaim.