Are you ready to zig a zig ahhh"? Today we get way out ion our comfort zone and check out a film that like, 2 people recommend we cover! it's Spice World from 1997. Back in the 90's The Spice Girls were THE biggest girl band on the planet and as a result we ended up with Spice World the Movie, However it's not available to but or stream anywhere th…
Well it's Christmas time so we thought we take a look at something festive and our first TV movie to drink to.. It's the Star Wars Holiday special from 1978. You won't ever find this on Disney Plus as everyone involved is deeply embarrassed and likes to pretend it doesn't exist. and for good reason, it's easily one of the worst things we've ever sa…
Today we're taking a trip down the Amazon in search of an unrealistically big snake. Its Anaconda from 1997 starring Jennifer Lopez, Ice Cube and Oscar winning veteran Jon Voight in the the worst performance of his career.
Top Gun was one of the biggest films of the 1980's and is nothing short of iconic. so, with the release of Top Gun: Maverick just round the corner we thought now would be a good time for us to sit down and make fun of it.
Stephen King is one the of the most famous novelists in the world but in 1986 the master of horror was given the opportunity to write and and direct his own film. The result was the complete mess known as Maximum Overdrive.
Before Scream, before A Nightmare on Elm Street Wes Craven wrote and directed the lesser known, lesser watched and frankly lesser good Swamp Thing in 1982. Haven't seen it? Don't worry, we've watched it for you.
Run out of ideas? Send ‘em to space. Today we take a look at The 10th instalment in the Friday the 13th franchise, Jason X. We also talk about the current legal situation of the franchise and what is “Hollywood accounting”?
Concluding our Timothy Dalton as Bond Episodes, get ready for a Bond film unlike any other. Licence to Kill from 1989. He’s not even a MI6 agent in this one, he’s just a highly skilled individual out for revenge and on a murderous rampage!
We’ve got a couple more Jaws ripoffs to take a look at today. Both produced by Dino De Laurentiis and Both from 1977. First up is The White Buffalo starring Charles Bronson followed by Orca, starring Richard Harris.Oleh Fin Hamilton
Today we take a look at Grizzly a shameless jaws ripoff from 1976 and it’s sequel, an incoherent mess stitched together 37 years after it was filmed and was probably only put out to try and make some money off the names of its then unknown cast, George Clooney, Laura Dern and Charlie Sheen.Oleh Fin Hamilton
Remember how great Blade was? Remember how bad The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen was? Today we’re taking a look at the career of Director Stephen Norrington and where it all went wrong.Oleh Fin Hamilton