Crandall gets Bieber fever over the original theatrical cut of Never Say Never, while Mercy tells all about the new super ultra special-wecial Fan Director’s Fan Ultimate Edition.
Archive for February, 2011
In our most intense, pulse-pounding and exciting Tony Scott-inspired review yet, we take a look at Unstoppable, featuring Denzel & Captain Kirk against a runaway train.
Your move, creep! As Detroit gets ready to erect a statue of this futuristic hero, Crandall & Mercy take a look at the classic sci-fi revenge flick, Robocop! We’d buy that for a dollar!
This week we take a look at two classics from Robocop alumni Peter Weller & Paul Verhoeven. Peter Weller and his cool voice star in Screamers, and Paul Verhoeven and his quirky sense of humor directs Starship Troopers.
Episode 12 features a review of Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never 3D. Crandall saw it and was surprised to find it a fairly decent doc – Mercy saw an alternate super secret fan edition, so they compare the two versions. Also, the Farrelly brothers return with Hall Pass.
Episode 11 which features our 100th upload, a review of Paul Verhoeven’s classic Robocop. We also take a look at Denzel’s umpteenth team up with Tony Scott, the out of control train thriller Unstoppable.
In Episode 10 we review the much hype but deeply flawed I Am Number Four along with a handful of cool new teasers that ran during the Superbowl. Plus we flashback to a time when Michael Bay didn’t suck.
Jason Statham is Stathamazing in the remake of the Charles Bronson classic, “The Mechanic.”
We go back to the vault and review the sequel to Carpenter & Russell’s amazing futuristic actioner “Escape from New York,” the laughably bad “Escape from L.A.”
We dust off a pair of John Carpenter & Kurt Russell classics: the 80′s masterpiece remake of “The Thing,” and the campy but still fun “Big Trouble in Little China,” thanks largely to ol’ Jack Burton of the Porkchop Express. Have ya paid your dues? Yessir, the check is in the mail.