Sabotage Review – Total Garbage

Arnold Schwarzenegger said he’d be back, and when Arnold speaks, our butts are in the seats. And for every miss like The Last Stand, there’s some good quotable Arnie in Escape Plan… and then there’s Sabotage, the DEA cop thriller by David “End of Watch” Ayers. The film opens strongly enough with some gun violence, […]

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300: Rise Of An Empire Review – FOR SPARTA!!

While not as good or as revolutionary as its predecessor, this prequel/sequel/side-story has enough action, boobs and violence to make any boy happy. The story is fairly straightforward, without any real twists or turns, but it’s all there to move us from one slo-mo fight sequence to the next one. Actors and characters are largely […]

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The Raid 2 Review – When Story Met Pencak Silat

I really loved the original Raid. It caught me completely off-guard and was such a simple movie with wild action. The Raid 2: Berandal is almost the complete opposite: a film with lofty goals in which I had high expectations of more wild action. To keep it simple: Expectations made. Sure, you have a 2+ […]

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Non-Stop Review – Liam Neeson And The Plot Are Up In The Air

I love Liam Neesons, but even he can’t get me into a theater to see Unknown or Taken 2. That said, I was curious about Non-Stop as it takes place entirely onboard a plane and I’m always interested in how movies handle one set thrillers… plus the one-two punch of LEGO Movie and Non-Stop seemed […]

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‘Legends: A Haunting at Old Town’ – Offering a new type of experience.

Business has been booming at Ashdown and Sons Undertaking Establishment since 1889, but rumors of the owner, Archibald Ashdown, have started to spread. It seems that he has taken extreme measures to keep his business high, even if he has to produce the bodies himself. “You see, death is how the Ashdowns make a living, […]

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Monsters BLUniversity! — MU Hits Blu-ray And It’s A Great Education!

Sequels and prequels are a tricky thing. When a classic film becomes so beloved by so many, no follow-up can be all things to all people. This is why so many follow-ups fail. Pixar is well-aware of this, and instead of merely rushing out a lazy product with the sole goal of keeping a franchise […]

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Pacific Rim Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

Giant monsters. Giant robots. The warped mind of Guillermo Del Toro. Ron Perlman. All of these things sound wonderful on their own, but combining them into one movie seems like paradise. That movie has now arrived as PACIFIC RIM.  Did the Jaeger vs. Kaiju battling blow away our expectations? Tell us more about monsters! We […]

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After Earth Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

The sci fi action thriller starring Will and Jaden Smith has been unleashed! From director M. Night Shyamalan to boot. Will there be twists? What kind of strange alien creatures will we meet? Will this all be a parable for some wacky Scientology teaching? Everything is answered in this After Earth review, and be warned, […]

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Fast & Furious 6 Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

FAST FIVE was probably one of our top 5 films in 2012. A total surprise, a hoot and with twists and turns and characters we absolutely loved. How did this racing franchise go from ZERO to 60?? The legendary Justin Lin! So when FURIOUS 6 (the official title) reared its head, we had to see […]

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Star Trek Into Darkness Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

Our boy JJ is back, and taking the Trek crew on another… errr… journey. Caught the Star Trek Into Darkness IMAX 3D screening at the Citiwalk in Los Angeles (one of the best IMAX screens in the city) and had some impressions from the new sci-fi sequel.  How are our old friends Kirk and Spock? […]

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They Live, Halloween, Independence Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly RETRO Podcast

Thanks to the lovely folks at Los Angeles Times Hero Complex, we were able to see some flicks that we consider classics: a John Carpenter double feature THEY LIVE and HALLOWEEN, and Roland Emmerich’s alien invasion blockbuster INDEPENDENCE DAY. A wonderful experience with interesting Q&As with both Carpenter and Emmerich, but it helps set perspective […]

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Iron Man 3 Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

The man of iron has returned, and so has Robert Downey Jr. We’re talking about Shane Black, the director of Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, the writer of The Long Kiss Goodnight, the actor in Predator who tells a story about a vagina that’s as big as a house. Honestly, neither of us were huge Iron […]

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Pain & Gain Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

    Despised this movie. Not going to write too much about it, but if you want to hear about it, we rant and rave for far too long about what this was supposed to be, why it failed, why Dwayne The Rock Johnson should be embarrassed, why Michael Bay’s sense of humor sucks…. on and […]

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Oblivion Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

People always lament that there isn’t any good sci fi out there, but OBLIVION tries to change that up. The director of EG favorite TRON LEGACY returns with his post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventure, OBLIVION, and brings the legendary Tom Cruise along for the ride. We’ll cut to the chase, our views were mixed on this one, […]

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Jurassic Park 3D Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? Much more, who doesn’t love dinosaurs in 3D??? As one of our favorite films, we had to return to Isla Nublar to see JURASSIC PARK 3D in theaters one more time… or in Cybergosh’s case, two more times. The AMC Citiwalk’s IMAX 3D was the venue, and this edition was spread […]

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Evil Dead Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

As big fans of Sam Raimi and the original Evil Dead saga, we were pumped to see the remake which we had read was getting good press from the horror community. We even convinced the legendary BAKE SNAKER to join us as a special guest as we toured a different kind of cabin in the […]

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G.I. Joe Retaliation Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

So many forces have come together for G.I. Joe Retaliation: the director of Fast Five, one of our favorite action/driving movies of all time, the mega-star and Scorpion King himself, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the comic and animated might of a childhood favorite, G.I. Joe. We didn’t hate the first movie, G.I. Joe: The Rise […]

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Oz The Great And Powerful Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

We traveled far and wide to witness OZ THE GREAT AND POWERFUL, Sam Raimi’s family friendly entry into the world that Alice In Wonderland built. You know the classic story of the Wizard of Oz, but here you find out what happened before Dorothy left Kansas. Expectations were low, as we are not Alice fans, […]

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Jack The Giant Slayer Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

Sorry for the delay on this one, folks, but the wait is over. We visited the lovely TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood to experience the majesty of Bryan Singer’s return to the silver screen with JACK THE GIANT SLAYER! It’s the classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk, told in a different more epic way, […]

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A Good Day To Die Hard Movie Review – An EntertainmentGeekly Podcast

Wow. Usually, we do our best to mask our final opinions before you give the podcast a listen, but in the case of A GOOD DAY TO DIE HARD, we’ve got to cut to the chase. Don’t see it. Don’t buy a ticket to see it. Don’t add it to your Netflix queue as an […]

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