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  • Sailor Moon S the Movie: Hearts in Ice

    Sailor Moon S the Movie: Hearts in Ice

    The best part about this movie is explaining the plot to other people:
    "It's about a talking space cat who falls in love with a space scientist who is totally 100% crazy. He has a hot astronaut girlfriend but keeps giving her the cold shoulder [rimshot] because he is convinced there is an even hotter lady living on the moon!"
    "Huh..."
    "Oh yeah there's another talking space cat in the movie and at the end he hooks up with the…

  • Powaqqatsi

    Powaqqatsi

    From the studio that brought you NINJA III THE DOMINATION, MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE, and ROBOTECH THE MOVIE comes a movie from the same producing team that brought you CAPTAIN EO and TUCKER: A MAN AND HIS DREAMS.  Basically Godfrey Reggio sells out and gives us a more LAMEstream sequel to KOYAANISQATSI.  While not as good a sequel as, say, BLADE II, DAWN OF THE DEAD, FROM RUSSIA WTH LOVE, TRANSPORTER 2, FRIDAY THE 13th PART 2, or even Canon’s…

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  • Avengers: Endgame

    Avengers: Endgame

    This past weekend a popular show ended and prompted a bunch of talk about how it told its story and ended. I'm, of course, talking about STAR VS THE FORCES OF EVIL. A cartoon show I came to greatly enjoy. Especially because many kept ribbing me about how the male lead was my accidental avatar. Overall I was happy with the final season and episode but it did do this one thing I wasn't too wild about so I hope…

  • Rats: Night of Terror

    Rats: Night of Terror

    What happens when you take two absolute masters of the artform together? Cinema. That's what. And a masterpiece at that.

    Anyone can make a movie where a bunch of assholes get trapped in a place and then munched on by rats. It takes two aeuters at the absolute top of their game to do what they did here. This one takes place in a MAD MAX 2-like post-apocalyptic world. That's not remarkable in itself but they go the extra mile…