If you like your movies with as much Emilio Estevez blowing up trucks with rocket launchers set to the wailing audio-nectar of AC/DC as possible, then boy howdy, are you in for a treat with this one. See how well it all comes together by hitting that link.
There comes a time in every man’s life when he has to choose between the earthquakes and hustle of the Bay Area and the cross-bred Venezuelan murder arachnids of the countryside. It’s a time of introspection and self-doubt that will inevitably swallow all of us. Jeff Daniels explores this sensitive topic in this examination of an extremely common mid-life-crisis challenge. Click through to read our review of 1990’s Arachnophobia.
You know that feeling when you’re suuuuper close to your next milestone in followers as you grow your brilliant idea into a media goliath? Yeah, neither do we, and judging by Sadie and McKayla’s strategy, they have a very different idea of being proactive than you. Click that button to find out why.
The holidays are here (or at least they were if you are reading this in the future), and that means the risk of crossing paths with a mutant killer snowman has risen exponentially. If you are as concerned about this as we are, then click through to our review of 1997's Jack Frost and arm yourself with knowledge.
Ever wonder how shopping mall Santas got their jobs? Well, here comes a movie that answers that question with aplomb. Read on, dear friends, to get the dig on this criminally misunderstood cottage industry and better appreciate all the work that goes into making that bearded gent sitting outside the Auntie Anne’s a true professional.
Mark chose this as his “blindspot” movie because he’s a jabroni that’s never seen this classic. If you also fall into the category of people who hasn’t seen this “classic” click through to see how it stands up to a first time viewing. If you are the type of person who has seen this twenty times you should also probably click through. Everyone should click through. It’s a party in this review.