When the holidays come around, there’s only thing Mr. Mendo can do. Make a cake, eat it and pray he lives to see another holiday.
Okay picture this an alien that resembles an octopus with a smiley face for a head comes down to Earth to blow it up after destroying the moon.View full post
Jaimetud answers a viewer question using a recent anxiety streak as an example and follows that up with a look at the hit game “Octodad: Dadliest Catch.”View full post
In this episode Attack Slug attempts to teach Grim how to play Spelunky for the PS4. Episode 100!View full post
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To celebrate Thanksgiving, as well as the release of the new Super Mario Bros. game, Mendo recalls the moment where a vestigial offshoot of a beloved kids’ TV classic collided with the soon-to-be most controversial pop act in history!
Mendo returns from his latest long absence to castratedly give into his fans’ demands to make a full review out of the Damn Pony Movie. Keep an eye out for the Horror Guru, and the return of a very special friend!
For the 54th episode, which, mathematically, is the most important episode of all, Mendo finally finishes what he started by bringing you the last bits of horror to be scraped from the worst hentai of all time!
Mr. Warmth and Sunshine himself reviews the limited release My Little Pony film, Equestria Girls. (Or, as Mendo called it when he walked up to the ticket counter, “The Damn Pony Movie”.) This can’t end well…
In the long-awaited 50th episode/third year anniversary/continuation of that delightful changing shirt gag, Mendo presents a tribute to the amazing TV series Twin Peaks, and its infamous flop of a movie prequel/sequel Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.
Mendo discusses alcoholism.
Ever wonder what Mendo’s show would be like if he had to think of a movie to review, watch the movie, film his review, and edit it, all in less than two days because he has to go out of town for a few weeks?
In the latest installment of Mendopiece Fanfic Theatre, we take a look at the ultimate form of fan fiction: an early ’90s Nintendo platform-based licensed game, or rather, the manual that came with it!