Lesbian Vampire Killers | Trailer Park

"Girls! Girls! Girls!"? Okay, I'm sold!

The Prodigy : Invaders Must Die | Music Review

British Invasion
By
Michael C. Riedlinger
Editor-In-Chief

            The last time The Prodigy really hit it big in the United States, a Democrat was in the Oval Office, and the band consisted of three main members: Liam Howlett, Maxim Reality, and Keith Flint. Now, the stars seem have realigned for something of an American comeback, and their latest record, Invaders Must Die, is absolutely as fulfilling as their efforts from the late 90s.

Funny People | Trailer Park

Sincere and funny? Now this I have to see...

Batman R.I.P. | Graphic Novel Review

Damaged Goods
By
Michael C. Riedlinger
Editor-In-Chief

            Grant Morrison is perhaps one of the most interesting writers to take on the Batman mythos in the modern era since Frank Miller used the Caped Crusader to prove graphic novels were more than just a child’s medium in The Dark Knight Returns. This latest effort, Batman: R.I.P., delves into the realm of psychology to explore what makes a person who they are. More importantly, Morrison tells an intriguing story while doing it, and we reap the benefits.

Inglorious Bastards | Trailer Park

Der Fuhrer in you is saying "NEIN NEIN NEIN NEIN!", but the jingoist capitalist American in you is stronger, and he's saying "Thank you Quentin Tarantino, for making a war movie that makes me want to kill people instead of the crap where you just want to cry, and hug a lot!"

Repo! The Genetic Opera | DVD Review

I Rob GRRAAAVVVEESSSS
by
J. Sternberg
Staff Writer

            Okay kids, lets get our imagination hats on. Alright, picture the 2000's version of Moulin Rouge as a woman, you got it? Cool, Now picture Tim Burton's Sweeney Todd as a man (not the characters themselves, but put a face on the film, oh and for the hell of it, give it a hot body) got that? Great! Now picture them fucking like mad, and Moulin Rouge forgets her pill, and becomes pregnant. Oh no! What do Rouge and Todd do? Its simply really, get an abortion. They both go their merry way as this abortion has torn them apart, but that is not the end of the story. No! The fetus somehow survived and was raised by Robocop (the original X rated cut). That half aborted bastard, would be 2008's Repo! The Genetic Opera.

Repo!: The Genetic Opera | DVD Review

A Second Opinion
by
Kenneth Holm
Senior Staff Writer

            Now, I am fully aware that our erstwhile cub reporter J has already posted his review of Repo!: The Genetic Opera, but I will also chime in on this subject. See, I like J's review, and am happy that he had fun with it, even though I do think that the movie is much better than he gave it credit for. Let's look at this from the beginning...

Friday the 13th (2009) | Film Review

Three for One
By
Michael C. Riedlinger
Editor-In-Chief

            Back in 1980, Sean Cunningham and some friends decided to capitalize on the success of John Carpenter’s Halloween. The plan was simple; make a movie about teenagers who are hunted down by a psycho killer, but amp-up the gratuitous sex and violence to attract the same demographic as the fictional victims. Two years later, Cunningham and crew were releasing the third sequel, and the hockey mask would become synonymous with Jason Voorhees. Now, almost thirty years later, Marcus Nispel (Pathfinder) has crunched the first three films in the eponymous Friday the 13th series into one, with few new surprises thrown in the mix.

Coraline | Film Review

Behind The Small Door
 By
 Kenneth Holm
 Senior Staff Writer

            There are good movie adaptations of books, and there are bad movie adaptations. However, every once in a while, there are superb movie adaptations of books. While most literary adaptations leave the book as the superior, Coraline is the rare movie that not only brings the book to life properly, but also adds to the charm and story of the original.

Dear Michael Bay

Dear Mr. Bay

I would like to ask you to please handle your mining of my childhood with a little more tact in the future. The 1980's were good times for me, and I'd really prefer if you handle the Transformers, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Friday the 13th, with a little more finesse than your average carjacker.

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