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A Foxs Tale Review!

110 ViewsIntro: Have you guys been to the imdb bottom 100 lately? I have! And that’s how I know about this movie! “A Foxs Tale” is a 2008 Hungarian film, that’s supposedly a sequel to a 1981 Hungarian animated film named “Vuk der Kleine Fuchs,”

Don’t Think About It Review!

80 Views Intro: Ah boy here we go. We’re at week three of spook month, and today we’re doing an R.L.Stine story! No we’re not talking about the cheesy ass classic goosebumps, nor the genuinely nightmarish haunting hour television series, we’re talking about a made for

Cujo Review!

116 ViewsIntro: Hey I told ya guys we’d be doing something actually scary this week. Stephen king is known as an amazing writer and a lot of his books have become incredible movies. And no the idea for this review wasn’t inspired by the nostalgia

Creature Review!

85 ViewsIntro: Happy spook month mother fuckers! As you can tell I am really excited for halloween, rightfully so! October is, of course, the second best month of the year, and halloween is the second best holiday of the year! Yeah I love christmas more,

Graduation Day Review!

103 ViewsIntro: Oh boy am I excited to talk about this one! For the unaware, I’ve called actress Linda Shayne the cinematic kiss of death, since basically everything she acts in suddenly becomes a steaming hot mess, so we’ve made it our mission to watch

Airbud Spikes Back Review.

77 ViewsIntro: Who doesn’t love dogs? Nobody! Even Hitler loved dogs, meaning if you don’t love dogs you’re worse than Hitler. Back in the 90’s and early 2000’s, Hollywood knew this, and milked the shit out of it. There are were SO many dog movies,

The Jungle King Review.

97 ViewsIntro: Oh boy this ones gonna be a doozy. This film isn’t any average animated film, if you can’t tell by the title,this film is a rip off of the lion king. However this movie was created by infamous Golden films. These guys have

91 ViewsIntro: Aw shit we’re going old school boys. This movie actually has a rather interesting history, after filming the 1963 movie “The Raven,” a few days earlier than scheduled, Roger Corman decided to try and make a new film in the short amount of

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