The World Sinks Except Japan. How could I NOT check this movie out, with a title like that? And then there was this poster…
This is a movie that does live up to its title. Indeed, all the world sinks except Japan. However, the movie doesn’t follow the course of the world sinking and Japan emerging victorious. Everything sinks right as the movie begins and the story told is how Japan carries on being the only civilization in the world. The result is a sci-fi comedy that has [...]
I go over my favorite horror movie, Return of The Living Dead!
More Brains! A Return To The Living Dead Doc
This week, the crew discusses the 1995 martial arts action-comedy “Rumble in the Bronx”, starring Jackie Chan and directed by Stanley Tong. Hosted by Ashley Miller and starring Alex Endes and Mark Gledhill.
Kristen D. reporting in, just in time for the Holidays.
There has only been one movie I can say I have seen at least once a year, every year since I was born. And that movie is A Christmas Story. I don’t think I have ever seen another film stay with us for so long, and still be as good as it was the first time we saw it. The cult following is incredible and I am glad it’s still a part of many of our Christmas traditions.
Empire Records has been around for two decades and, yeah, it’s not very good. From a contemporary perspective so long after the fact it’s so incredibly dated that even its meager entertainment value becomes laughable and ridiculous. But…. We love it – we being that segment of a generation. Us children, now adults, born in the early half of the 1980s – wedged between Generation X and The Millenials, unable to really identify with either. We love Empire [...]