Tag Archives: Comedy
Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey Review
Greetings, my excellent friends. EvildeadInks here with another outside the box review for ya. Today, I tackle a comedy with some elements of creepy — Bill and Ted’s Bogus Journey… of the original title, Bill and Ted Go to Hell… that’s a metal title, huh?
We pick up with Bill and Ted post-high school, their living on their own and still trying to get the band Wyld Stallions off the ground. I love how messy their place is [...]
The Creeps Review
It’s no secret, at this point, that one of my biggest guilty pleasures is watching the films of Charles Band and his Full Moon imprint. While they aren’t the best films in the genre, by any means, they do manage to be highly entertaining every single time I press play. The most recent Full Moon feature I can cross off my watch list is the 1997 Charles Band-directed The Creeps.
Dr. Winston Berber (Bill Moynihan, Double Trouble) has [...]
Gremlins 2: The New Batch Video Review
It’s a takeover tonight, as Jock Lindsey hijacks Rottin’ Roger’s video room and does a brand new video review of his own! His movie of choice…? Joe Dante’s 1990 Gremlins sequel, Gremlins 2: The New Batch.
More comedic than the original 1984 flick, Gremlins 2 has, well, a whole new batch of Gremlins — the smart one, the spider Gremlin, the eerily sexy female Gremlin, etc. Which one is Jock’s favorite and what is his final Repulsive Rating? Click [...]
Death Race 2050 Review
A few days ago, I made it a point to watch the Roger Corman-produced, Paul Bartel-directed Death Race 2000. It was quite different from I had built up in my mind, but pretty enjoyable, nonetheless. The reason I wanted to watch the ’75 flick was really to prepare myself for what I thought was a sequel that had just been released. It turns out G.J. Echternkamp’s Death Race 2050 isn’t a sequel, but instead a brand new re-imagining of [...]
Ernest Scared Stupid Mini-Review
Ernest Scared Stupid is the horror installment of the Ernest franchise. Although it is very much an Ernest movie, it does contain elements of creepy fun and is a gateway film for the young.
The movie takes place in Briarville, Missouri, so points for the home-state hero, being a MO native, myself. Ernest works as apparently the only garbage man in this whole town who is also a descendant of the family that put Trantor the Troll in the ground, [...]
Night of the Living Deb Review
When I was younger, you could not get me to watch a horror film that was laced with comedy. To me, it was impossible to meld the two distinctive genres together successfully. Sure, there was The Evil Dead and Peter Jackson’s Dead Alive, but those were on another level. I have changed my stance on the matter since then, however; Filmmakers have made leaps and bounds in their genre-infusing abilities, especially when it comes to zombie comedies — zom-coms, [...]
The last few films that I’ve seen starring Elijah Wood have been some of the most original genre films I’ve witnessed in a very long time. Needless to say, when his project about a virus outbreak at an elementary school was announced, I was more excited than words can describe. When I started spotting initial reviews of the film, however, the opinions didn’t seem to coincide with what I had come to expect. I heard some pretty negative things, but [...]
I used to seriously hate almost all made-for-television, more specifically made-for-the-syfy-channel, movies. That all changed, however, when I finally caved into the Sharknado craze and watched Sharknado 2 last year. I had a blast watching that flick and since then have changed my tune when it comes to the low-budget monster/natural disaster mash-up movies. Luckily for fans of this type of thing, it doesn’t look like these kind of flicks are going to go away anytime soon. The latest one [...]