006 Ong Bak 2 Review

Following our review of Chocolate and the female Tony Jaa that leads the film, it seemed only good timing to take a look at what the original Thai sensation has been up to. His new movie, a sequel to his first North American success has some intriguing issues attached to it. While elbows and knees…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Martial Arts, Podcasts, Reviews / July 8, 2009 /Leave a comment

005 Chocolate Review

Hot on the heels of Thai sensation Tony Jaa, JeeJa Yanin stomps her way to the forefront of action cinema using only her elbows and knees! Using Jaa as inspiration in the film and his crew of movie makers in real life, Yanin defies all expectation and soars above and beyond what any spectator could…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Martial Arts, Podcasts, Reviews / July 1, 2009 /Leave a comment

003 Drag Me To Hell Review

After the questionable monument that was Spiderman 3and rumors that he”ll be heading up Spiderman 4, we all have to wonder whether director Sam Raimi has lost it completely. Are the days of Evil Dead and A Simple Plan gone to the history books? His new flick, “Drag Me To Hell” has all the promise…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Horror, Podcasts, Reviews / June 9, 2009

002 Terminator Salvation Review

Let’s start mud slinging! While this may be a thoughtful and no doubt insightful overview of the Terminator movie, it also goes off the rails in various places to sling a little poopie towards various parties, both affiliated with the film and and completely disconnected. Of course our random tracks of verbal diarrhea is why…

Posted by Jonny in Action, Podcasts, Reviews, Sci-Fi / May 31, 2009 /View all 2 comments

001 The Wrestler Review

Here it is at long last, the very first episode of Fancore Pirate Radio! For our innaugural send off, we’re waxing on about Mickey Rourke‘s “The Wrestler“, a fantastic movie that hit DVD recently. There’s a bunch of analyzing and discussion between the crew here on what the movie was saying… so this is a…

Posted by Jonny in Podcasts, Reviews / May 21, 2009 /View all 2 comments