WOLFMAN’S GOT NARDS Review: This Doc Has Nards!

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I really like The Monster Squad. I don't know if I "love" it, but I do enjoy it a lot. This is largely due to nostalgia. I didn't see it in...

JOHN BRONCO Is Here…To Disappoint.

Ever have one of those movies that you really WANT to like but just can't? That for me is John Bronco. Let's get into this review. I love Walt Goggins, I liked...

LMO’s Aldo Reviews Russell Crowe’s UNHINGED

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Unhinged is a very weak sauce. Watery. The trailer is all one needs to see and the poster. Period. It is a cynical watered-down retread of vastly superior films from the 80s and...
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Hallow Fest: Taken! Abduction Live! Then Again!

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When I was younger my family would go camping in the beautiful Arizona desert. My father and his friends are big train nerds and there's a perfect spot to see them...

Hallow Fest: USSR VS. Alien In SPUTNIK

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Hey Guys! I have watched a lot of movies in my life. I have lost count on the actual number years ago. The problem I am finding is the quality of new...

Hallow Fest: Blair Endures THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES

Howdy folks, Blair here. I gotta say, the first official day of my 31 Days of Halloween/Hallow Fest (I did a preview night of sorts for Poltergeist II: The Other Side, which...

Welcome Back To The Movies Yoda! TENET Review

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After over 7 months since being in a movie theater, I finally stepped into my local AMC Studio 28 megaplex. How would I describe it? Empty. Seriously, it was a ghost town. Surprising...

LMO Review — Disney’s MULAN

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Who just spent $32.63 on Mulan from Disney+ Premier? This gal! Disney had planned to have Mulan to have a theatrical release this spring. COVID-19 changed the plans much like the virus...

The New Mutants Review

Remember in 1994 when Roger Corman made a Fantastic Four movie and it was terrible because they didn't have any money to spend on a decent action sequence/special effects? That's exactly...

Review — BILL AND TED’s Non-Non-Non-Non Heinous Midlife Crisis

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Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey, the 1991 sequel to a comedy about two time-traveling teenaged garage-band idiots from San Dimas, was notable in that it didn't content itself to simply retread...
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