It maybe a cliché to review this during Halloween but Whatever time to spotlight the Tim Burton written Henry Selick directed classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. ENJOY!
In this episode, Attack Slug attempts to teach Grim how to play The Last Guardian for the PS4.View full post
Halloween may be long over but Pinhead still lingers over us.View full post
Welcome back to the Disney Debate, where Kat Mac, Y2Staller, and I discuss Disney films and Disney in general. Today, Y2Staller and I dive into one of the worst films we’ve ever seen: The Light In The Forest while Kat bows out for the episode.View full post
Team Gothic Kid recaps the story of Dragon Ball….again! (Parts 2 – 4 below)View full post
Welcome back to History Of One Piece, where I analyze each individual arc of One Piece. Today is a bit special because here we take a look at Defeat Him: The Pirate Ganzack, an OVA that was made as a pilot for One Piece.View full post
Thirty years ago, horror master Stephen King created one of pop culture’s scariest clowns in his terrifying 1986 novel, It, and in this episode, David revisits the original 1990 made-for-TV miniseries that has since become a cult classic, and briefly discusses the development of the brand new remake coming in 2017.View full post
I’ve been playing a lot of Star Wars: Edge of the Empire, and as a consequence, I’ve been thinking a lot about the world of the space trader.View full post
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Sofie goes down the rabbit hole for Alice in Wonderland, another visually impressive yet incoherent mess from Tim Burton, starring Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter, Helena Bonham Carter as the Red Queen, Anne Hathaway as the White Queen, and Mia Wasikowska as Alice.
As a follow-up to my movie review of Tim Burton’s “Ed Wood”, I’ll take 90 seconds to look at his next film, the 1996 sci-fi spoof, Mars Attacks! The DVD Shelf Mini Reviews is hosted by David Rose.
Join Mr. Mendo and special guest Sofie Liv of Agony Booth’s “Red Suitcase Adventures” as they take on Tim Burton’s Batman Returns, starring Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman, Danny DeVito as the Penguin, Christopher Walken as Gotham City department store mogul Max Shreck, and Michael Keaton as Batman!