Classic Who Only – The Edge of Destruction

After avoid cavemen and defeating the Daleks, the Doctor and his companions take on….nothing. Will Morgan find anything salvageable here?


ICFTDI: Fred Week – Fred: The Movie

In the early years of the internet, Youtube pretty much was used for cat videos and things you’d find on AFV. As the years went by, there was a new concept that arose from the website: Internet Celebrities.  With flash animators, Let’s Plays and film reviewers, it seemed like the average joe could be come a sensation over night. With that in mind, there’s one that did stand out for a long time with affections of love and annoyance at the same time…Fred.


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Wrestling Mark Show: Rowdy Reviews St Valentines Day Massacre 1999

Cartoon Corner: The REAL Frozen Review

It’s the true Frozen movie, made by Reader’s Digest. ENJOY

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Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction Review(The Mounty Presents)

Here is my review of Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction.

Now onto the Questions.

1)What’s with the border?

My Manaphy review got hit with Content ID, so I thought this might help reduce that risk.

2) What’s with the storyline segments?
World-building for the series and also to advance the characters.

3)Why not compare the two versions?
Because I tried to do that before and it failed.

4)What’s with the picture of Amber?
During my RWBY Volume 3 review, I called Amber: Autumn. Ergo, I missed something.

5)What is the map/music you used?

Suburb House:

As for the music, I used the following:

Hopes and Dreams – Undertale [Piano Tutorial] (Synthesia) – Marioverehrer

PMD2 – PRIMAL DIALGA – Orchestral Remix~ Own Eye Music

Also included:


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The Great Wall Movie Review



A review of the Chinese/American action epic, The Great Wall.

Starring Matt Damon, Pedro Pascal and Jing Tian.

Directed by Zhang Yimou.

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Twelve Years a Slave Movie Review

I would love to thank my great reviewer friend, Tony Whatley II aka The Black Critic Guy, for giving this film the highest recommendation it deserves and for somehow inspiring me to watch this for myself. I never regretted anything after this.

House of Love: Buckaroo Banzai

So, let’s take a look at another movie that seems to be a perfect fit for my show…


And that’s it for today!

Movie Curiosities: The Great Wall

It’s exceedingly difficult to overstate the growing importance of China with regard to our film industry. With a population of over 1.3 billion people, it’s the crown jewel of the international market, and therefore the potential savior to turn a domestic flop into a box office hit. Conversely, it could also mean the difference between an active franchise and a failed investment. Read more

The Literary Lair: M*A*S*H Goes to New Orleans

This week, Michael returns to the 4077th to take a look at the 3rd M*A*S*H book, featuring Hawkeye, Trapper and the gang heading to a medical convention in New Orleans. Naturally , hi-jinks ensue.

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The Space-Time Loop (Short Film)

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Phantom of the Paradise Review

Michael France’s Superhero Scripts – Part 3: The Punisher

Released in 2004, Jonathan Hensleigh’s The Punisher was and is a divisive film. Die hard comic fans decried the changes made to the character, and critics derided it for being mindlessly and sadistically violent. Over the years, though, it developed a loyal cult following, and eventually landed an unofficial continuation in the form of a short film called Dirty Laundry. It was also the last Marvel Comics adaptation to be co-credited to Michael France, as well as his last produced writing credit. As usual, his drafts featured many differences from the final film. Read more

Movie Curiosities — John Wick: Chapter 2

I can understand the temptation for a sequel to John Wick. Like any other right-thinking person who left the movie, I immediately wanted more of that unbelievably awesome action goodness with born-again badass Keanu Reeves at the center. To say nothing of the gold coins and the Continental, both of which hinted at a deeper mythology just waiting to be explored. On the other hand, it looked like the story of John Wick had come to a rather conclusive end, and it’s hard to think of any way his story could be continued without some pitiful contrivance.

But wait. Wasn’t there some legend about John Wick leaving the mob for the woman he loved? So the goddamn Baba Yaga had to take on an impossible task — killing all of his crime boss’ competitors in a single night — before he could be allowed his happily ever after? Seriously, forget the sequel — show me a prequel. Because THAT story sounds fucking awesome. Read more

John Wick: Chapter 2 Movie Review



A review of the action sequel, John Wick: Chapter 2.

Starring Keanu Reeves, Ian McShane, Ruby Rose, Laurence Fishburne, Common and Lance Reddick.

Directed by Chad Stahelski.

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Classic Who Only – The Daleks

In this installment, we take a look at the First Doctor’s earliest appearance of what would later become on of the biggest enemies and biggest icons of science fiction as well as save Doctor Who from cancellation in its first season.

Movie Curiosities: Lion

I have to admit, this one took me by surprise. I did not even remotely expect a film with so little buzz, so thoroughly drowned out by all the last-minute Oscar contenders, to rack up so many nominations including Best Picture. I had to see this movie, if only to see how I could have guessed so spectacularly wrong.

And the very first thing I saw was the logo for the Weinstein Company. Question answered. Read more

Angry Internet Personality: American Dragula

What do you get when you take the 1978 XXX horror film Dracula Sucks and replace all the racy material with scenes from the 1984 horror-comedy Ghoulies? A really crappy Indian horror flick called AMERICAN DRAGULA.