Fairly new to Blu-Ray is Roland Emmerich’s latest film, 10,000 B.C. Barry generously braves through the movie for us…
I don’t know how, but I made it. Thirty minutes into it I almost bailed. I really did. But my thoughts dwelled upon the poor souls who may accidentally rent or purchase this film without reading my review first. I couldn’t let them down. It is my given mission, my destiny, to step up and take one for the team so they won’t have to. I gnashed my teeth, bared-down and endured. Continue here
Check our Barry’s astute comparison of Hulk and this Summer’s film The Incredible Hulk. He examines the differences…
The difficulty in reviewing The Incredible Hulk (or Hulk 2.0) is that the first Hulk film (Hulk 1.0) set the bar so appallingly low that the only real expectation was for the second Hulk movie not to suck quite as bad. In essence, we have a built-in curve rating system that I’m unable to ignore. Read the rest of the review here
Barry Dawson explains why Super Troopers nearly killed him in this brand new review of the 2002 movie.
This film has earned a special place in the pantheon of the worst films in the history of mankind, easily topping Berry Gordy’s The Last Dragon, Showgirls, Glitter, and anything directed by Prince or starring Jennifer Lopez. Read the rest of the review here.
Rambo is now released on Blu-Ray, check out Barry’s review here
“Look, I’m going to level with you here. I am a huge fan of the Rambo genre, especially Rambo: First Blood part II — the film that unofficially brought about the top-scrolling, first-person shooter video game era, as well as the bad-guy body-count drinking game.” continue reading