Tagged: Movies

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Nerds on the Rocks: Franchise Resurrection

The 2nd part of our untimely sequels podcast focus on actors stepping into their old shoes again

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Movie Review: April Fools Day (1986)

April Fools Day (1986) is not what you would expect from an ‘80s “slasher” flick. With names like Frank Mancuso, Jr (producer of the Friday the 13th sequels) attached, one would expect April Fools Day to be average, run-of-the-mill  horror...

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Movie Review: Leprechaun (1993)

Poor Warwick Davis. After being cast to play the Ewok Wicket in Return of the Jedi at a very young age, the talented “little person” actor just couldn’t get much of a break in Hollywood. Davis...

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Movie Review – Bloodrayne: The Third Reich

  To fans and detractors alike, the Bloodrayne film trilogy is most indicative of infamous director Uwe Boll’s talent (or lack thereof). The first Bloodrayne – an adaptation of a mediocre Playstation 2 game...

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Review: My Bloody Valentine 3D (2009)

Happy Valentine’s Day! 2009’s My Bloody Valentine 3D is notable for being one of the first theatrical films to try to bring back 3D shortly before it became a short-lived phenomenon with the release...

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Nerds on the Rocks 199: The 2014 Rockies

It’s the one time a year where we put on our Sunday best to award all the great movies, comics, television and video games of the previous year. And we honor some great ones...

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Top 7: Post-Apocalyptic Movies

With a new and incredible-looking Mad Max film just around the corner, now is a good time to reflect on the greatest cinematic depictions of the world after society just stops functioning correctly. Despite...

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Review: New Year’s Evil (1980)

1980’s New Year’s Evil is without a doubt the most bizarre holiday-themed slasher flick I have seen yet. It’s a grimy little piece of “punksploitation” that is clearly from an era before filmmakers cracked...

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Review: Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2

Just as Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer pierced through a veil of fog to help Santa Claus deliver joy to children, 1987’s Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 slashed its way through countless uninspired holiday-themed slasher flicks...