It’s a cruel, cruel, cruel summer…… We reviewed the second season of Cobra Kai now streaming on the YouTube Premium service!
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“Cobra Kai may have won the battle, but the war has just begun. Watch Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso pick up where they left off in Season 1, and train a new generation in the way of karate. But will their past get in the way of what truly matters?”
One summer can change everything… Check out our Stranger Things Season 3 trailer reaction and review. The show returns to Netflix on July 4th!
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“When an unlikely gang of thieves attempt to steal $30 million in illegal campaign contributions from President Richard Nixon’s secret fund, the plan quickly goes sideways, prompting the biggest manhunt in FBI history.”
Logan Myerz returns from Camp Crystal Meth to review Matt Frame’s horror parody film Camp Death III in 2D! The film will be released on Amazon Prime on February 15th.
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”Camp Death III in 2D’ is a comedy/horror parody of ‘Friday the 13th Part III in 3D’ and is proudly presented in two dimensions.”
Choose your own path in the new interactive adventure! We reviewed Black Mirror: Bandersnatch that is now streaming on Netflix.
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“In 1984, a young programmer begins to question reality as he works to adapt a fantasy novel into a video game.”
We’re going back to the 80’s to review The Dead Zone, directed by David Cronenberg and starring Christopher Walken.
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by Old King Clancy
Movies like Slice are part of a genre that I’m now trade-marking as “Kitchen Sink Movies,” films like Detention and Freaks Of Nature that take wildly outlandish concepts, throw the kitchen sink at the screen, and pray to god that it’s entertaining because it’s sure as hell not gonna make any sense. It’s a difficult genre to pull off since you run the risk of going too far and blurring out any attempt at story, or you don’t go far enough and your wild concept just feels flimsy and unfocused. In the case of Slice, it unfortunately suffers from the latter issue.