Trolling for Trailers: Paranormal Activity

I’m a sucker for paranormal investigation. Maybe it was growing up with Ghostbusters as one of my favorite movies, but the idea of ghosts and spirits fascinates me. Now I’m not talking Ghost Hunters or that kids show where the teenagers walk around cemetaries with flashlights. I’m talking REAL paranormal investigation, and I know Dan…

Posted by Mike in Trolling for Trailers / September 18, 2009 /View all 2 comments

014 Fangcore The Vam-pirate Radio

Lions and Tigers and Vampires, oh my! This week we try to pin down some classic vampire movies, from some well known to hopefully some unknown, fun and cool flicks. Mike and Rovin join me, each picking three personal choices to share with you. We also talk about the newest kid on the block; Let…

Posted by Jonny in Horror, Podcasts, Reviews / September 18, 2009 /View all 2 comments
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X-Men Origins: Wolverine DVD Review

The GOOD X-men Origins: Wolverine is a well paced movie that doesn’t really ever get boring. Unfortunately it doesn’t ever really get exciting either. One thing I did like however was that all the mutants in this movie were just that. Mutants. No superheroes or super villains. No costumes, tights or capes. They’re just good…

Posted by Dana in Reviews / September 14, 2009 /Leave a comment
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A long time ago…

Regardless of his latest films, you have to admit that at one time, George Lucas was at the top of his game, and revolutionized the way films are made today. The following film, found on YouTube.com is evidence that the guy has never been one for dialogue. This student film from 1966, Freiheit, is Lucas”…

Posted by Mike in Uncategorized / September 13, 2009
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Jedi Mike's Holocrons: A long time ago…

Regardless of his latest films, you have to admit that at one time, George Lucas was at the top of his game, and revolutionized the way films are made today. The following film, found on YouTube.com is evidence that the guy has never been one for dialogue. This student film from 1966, Freiheit, is Lucas’…

Posted by Mike in Uncategorized / September 13, 2009 /Leave a comment

The Final Word On: Sorority Row

The newest horror slasher on the block is a remake of “House on Sorority Row“, now shortened like “Fast and Furious” or “Black X-Mas“. Of course there should only be griping from the most hardcore and old school horror buffs for this film, because the original isn’t currently in print on DVD and ebay copies…

Posted by Jonny in Horror, Jonny's Final Word, Reviews / September 12, 2009 /Leave a comment
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013 Whiteout Review

Whiteout premieres and the world wonders whether it’ll be any good. Well wonder no longer friends. With Jordan on the cast and on the case, no topic is safe, no rock will go unturned through this odyssey of a review. No one is safe! I’m telling you! We got Brett Ratner on the table, gutted…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Comics, Podcasts, Reviews / September 11, 2009 /One comment so far
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The Final Word On: Ponyo

Sitting in the theatre as the previews flashed across the screen, I realised I had no idea what I was about to watch. I knew that Ponyo was the newest Miyazaki film and that in itself meant that I was in for something special. I’ve seen most of his previous movies and have a real…

Posted by Jonny in Animation, Jonny's Final Word, Reviews / September 5, 2009 /View all 3 comments

Deadly Cines: The Final Destination 3D

I suppose I should preface this review with my feelings for the preceding three Final Destination films. I thoroughly enjoyed Final Destination 1. I’m more into scary movies than gory movies, but I found the intricate death scenes really entertaining. To be honest I can’t remember if the sequels were as good as Final Destination…

Posted by Dana in Reviews / September 4, 2009 /View all 3 comments

012 Eli Roth Interview

Eli Roth; the man behind Cabin Fever and the Hostel films is tied to a chair and grilled like a character in one of his movies! Jordan sat down with the star of Inglourious Basterds to talk about his work. The conversation quickly turns from the Basterds and working with Quentin into the bizarre world…

Posted by Jonny in Horror, Interviews, Podcasts / September 3, 2009
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