Posted On 15 Jan 2012 By Bartleby. Under 2.5 Stars (Noteworthy), Action, Action-Adventure, Foreign, Horror, Monster Madness, Reviews.
Chaw (NR) Running Time: 121 min. Directed by: Jeong-Won Shin Starring: Tae-Woong Eom, Yoon Jae-Moon, Yu-mi Jeong, Earl Wayne Ording Cinematography: Barry Stone Mobster's Rating: Before launching into Jeong-Won Shin’s B-movie bonanza Chaw, I believe a word of caution is in order. For those expecting a schlocky horror film like Razorback or possibly ... Read More
Posted On 11 Jan 2012 By Bartleby. Under 1.5 Stars (Insignificant), 2012, Action, By The Year, Horror, Reviews, Science Fiction, SyFy Originals.
Written by: Nathan Bartlebaugh Camel Spiders (Not rated) 2012 Running time:80 min Directed by: Jim Wynorski Written by: Jim Wynorski, J. Brad Wilke Starring: Brian Krause, C. Thomas Howell, GiGi Erneta, Diana Terranova, Michael Swan When one sits down to review a movie like Roger Corman’s Camel Spiders it’s helpful to be honest about your expectations. I have ... Read More
Giant monsters. Has-been acting and singing sensations coming back for one more pop culture groping. Plots so hole-ridden they might as well be a donut factory. 'Science' that would make a grade-schooler blush. And scads of ropey CGI that looks like it was banged out on an 1983 Texas Instruments ... Read More
Check out the demon in Heather's computer again, be serenaded by Steve Bush, frightened by Jason Soto, wooed by Scotty Do, feel intellectually inferior to Univarn, and of course feel compelled to take off all your clothes by the sound of Kai's sexy man voice.
MILFcast (aka: the Man, I Love Films podcast) – Episode 15
For the 15th Episode of MILFcast, I am joined by my co-host Heather Roddy of Movie Mobsters and Pablo Pappano, director of the documentary Clickin’ For Love, to discuss the following: - What we’ve been watching. - We discuss Pablo’s documentary and he tells us all about it! - Movie News. - We play a game of ... Read More
Here are the films I am looking forward to see the most in 2011!
So, yes I have been MIA as of late, but I'm still trying to keep up with the bi-weekly and epically awesome MILFcast with Kai Parker from The List.
Slim picking this week unless you're a HP fan and (un)fortunately, I'm not.
The first weekend in November is ushering in some interesting high profile releases, as well as way more interesting limited ones. And a Tyler Perry movie...so it's not the BEST weekend ever, but I'll take it over last weekend no problem.
One major release, infinity limited release. Okay not infinity, I just like to hyperbolize.
A light weekend coming up sadly, and two movies that look...well...blah.