The adventures of Horror Dad.
Donovan Laird sends word from the future on the historical significance of When In Rome. Meanwhile, Slvbarek takes on Mel Gibson revenge-flick Edge of Darkness.
Jay Dub and Macrame_God face the onslaught of Hollywood's angels and fairies. Herein they review Legion and The Tooth Fairy and neither prove impressive.
Macrame_God offers moviegoers some Basic Instructions Before Leaving for 'Eli.'
New vampire cash-in Daybreakers proves too silly for its own good and Michael Cera vehicle Youth in Revolt offers nothing new.
This week we take a look at Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes and present some of the best films of the past year.
Sean "bad movie knight" Hanson finally goes off the deep end while the other Eights go on vacation.
Avatar: The most expensive Spore game ever played? Also, Santa Claus and The Santa Clause 1-3 get righteous drubbings.
Comedies, dramas, action flicks and horror yarns all sucked in a decade that, like all decades before, was primarily concerned with the guilt and suffering of white people.
Matt "the" Gronke needs drugs to review Armored, and Robert "Macrame_God" Seeders needs therapy after Everybody's Fine. They'll make quite a pair in Narc-Anon.
Kevin Nealon's smiling face was the best thing we saw this week, as both Ninja Assassin and Old Dogs proved to be utter pieces of shit.
Robert "Macrame_God" Seeders tears New Moon a new asshole.
2012 may suck (both as a year and a movie), but Precious, Fantastic Mr. Fox and A Serious Man prove the best movies stay in limited release.
A Christmas Carol is pretty cool, The Men Who Stare at Goats is pretty wack and we present two Movies That Don't Suck.
This Is It is a fitting send-off, The House of the Devil is a diamond in the rough, Ong Bak 2 is a miserable failure and...Halloween Movies That Don't Suck!
Amelia sucks, I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell sucks, The Vampire's Assistant sucks (get it?), Saw VI's OK and Astro Boy's slightly better than OK. Also, Movies That Don't Suck.
The Crazy Eights fall in love with Where the Wild Things Are, Paranormal Activity AND The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus -- a bit generous, aren't we? Meanwhile, Law Abiding Citizen gets panned, we review this week's DVDs and inform you of Movies That Don't Suck. Phew.
The Crazy Eights catch up on Fame, tear St. Trinian's a new one (the whole student body!) and praise the hell out of The Damned United. Also, Movies That Don't Suck and Awful DVDs.
The Crazy Eights adopt a new format, Expectations vs. Reality, as they review Capitalism: A Love Story, Zombieland, The Invention of Lying, Toy Story 3-D Double Feature, Trick 'r Treat, Surrogates and a slew of DVDs!
This autumn, Drew Barrymore plays a teenager, Michael Jackson plays dead and Michael Moore plays a documentarian!
Also reviewed: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, The Informant! and a handful of theatrical and DVD releases.
9; Sorority Row; I Can Do Bad All By Myself
Gamer comes up short, Extract comes up shorter and every other movie at your multiplex is boring.
Goons trash The Final Destination and round up this week's DVD/Blu-Ray releases.
It's shiny, it's new: Current reviews from the crack guest critics in Cinema Discusso. This week, NewtonFig and Data Core Devil review Tarantino's latest film, which he calls his "masterpiece." But is it that good, or is it just more hyperbole from the crown king of movie geeks?
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