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.
Mark has spent the last year and a half trying to get the guys to watch this movie. A classic reverse-slasher, this movie follows two lovable rednecks being harassed by douchebag camping teenagers. How well does it all come together to form a horror comedy soup? Click through to the main review to find out.
Could you possibly come up with more quintessentially 90’s movie than Scream? A bunch of melodramatic 20 somethings playing high school students get hunted down by a masked killer, all while commenting on the very rules that keep people in alive in traditional slasher movies like Halloween and Nightmare on Elm Street. Click through to see how well it stands up today.
There is much more than meets the eye in this Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard joint. If this one has somehow flown under your radar or you’ve been neglecting watching it for some other reason, then do yourself a favor and give it a watch. Also do us a favor and click through to read our review. But only after watching, because spoilers.
This is a Troma movie. Troma is a production house that makes incredibly childish low budget movies full of poop jokes and other blue humor. In this case, they made a movie about a haunted knockoff KFC franchise. If any of that sounds appealing then you can watch the entire thing online for free. If you’re on the fence and would like to see what we thought about it, click through to the review.
The Monster Squad is a time machine that will take you back to when monsters were cool, bullies were proper bullies, every group of friends had a fat kid, and movies were summarized with hip hop recaps. Want a movie that is a quotable masterpiece and will be objectively perfect at your next Halloween party? Check out the review to see if this checks all the boxes.
John Dies at the End is a 2012 horror-y, comedy-y, sci-fi-y, psychological-y, completely bananas movie about too many things to sum it up succinctly. We sure are good a this huh? Just click through and read our review, and all your questions will be answered. Or maybe not, but we'll have fun together!