I hate traffic accidents as much as that little girl from that Gamera movie, but even I have to admit that without them we’d probably all be snatched away by now.
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Fair Use, Criticism: One of the best scenes from ‘Braveheart’.
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Lots of calm, indifferent narration and third-person.
Very silly, too; more of a comedy except that I don’t find it that funny because it’s SO over-the-top.
Sort of borderline.
A man dies but apparently comes back to life out of sheer stubbornness. His body, however, disagrees with his mind’s decision.
Pretty amusing and intelligent, actually. And a bit dark of course.
Boring “action-adventure” flick. A few bad-funny parts and a few good riffs.
Space Mutiny warmup
Herc’s enjoyable violence
Inspirational Quote: “…and under the evil influence of Uranus…”
Based on a Stephen King story.
Pre-Post-‘NeedfulThings’, so it doesn’t inherently kinda suck.
…Oh my Lord that’s a big disk.
GREAT premise: a word processor that can make anything happen while looking horribly cheezy.
An interesting episode.
A Tom Savini project, if you can’t get enough of him. Also semi-featuring fellow ‘Living Dead’ alums George A. Romero and Patricia Tallman (the Savini remake).
Kinda creepy, actually. But the mystery turns out kinda cheezy and unexplained.
A decent if somewhat boring documentary about cat de-clawing.
I already knew what the procedure was and I’m decidedly against it, but there were some things that I learned about its effects. If you want to know all about it, you can watch this…or you can just research it online. It’s not particularly exciting, although there are some cute cat pics, so pick your media I guess.
Decently written. Kinda amusing and interesting.
Danny Aiello really helps.
If you can get by the ultra-cringeworthy MST/’Black Eagle’ opening credits/DRAMATIC MUSIC, this is a decent version of the story.
Donald Sutherland and Mr. Spock’s is better, though.
I like the lead, and it’s different enough to make it worth watching if you saw (and liked) that (later) one. If you didn’t like it, you probably won’t like this.
If you can’t enjoy something that’s a LITTLE cheezy and dated, whatever the subject/ideas/acting/script, you won’t like this either.
8/21/14: Upped a notch for extra-creepy, despite limitations. Grade: C+
7/14/18: The Great Grade Update. I care enough to compare with the original for a few seconds. It’s better. Grade: B-
Seems decent and weird from the start. A drama around a somewhat horrific brief series of events more than a true horror film.
The “monster”‘s appearance on the scene is certainly interesting, and makes me think this may be in the vein of ‘Jenifer’.
Brief feelings of ‘Lo’, ‘The Devil’s Rock’, and ‘Hellboy’ surface as well…but this isn’t as good as any of those. The acting is pretty good and it seems authentic enough to be creepy and interesting at first, but once the intro is done it just sort of meanders the rest of the way.
Too much mood and too little story; not enough actually happens as you wait expectantly for it to.
Effects, once they arise, are below par.
Interesting, though, if disappointing after the setup. Perhaps I’m overrating it slightly for reminders of so many better movies.
A lot of tedium, a few good jokes, a bunch of ok ones. Most of the riffs pretty much completely provide themselves.
NO! time to lose
T. Servo’s rant
horrendous fish argument
Another Gamera movie. A few good jokes and a sh1t film.
the itchy angle
More of a comedy (on purpose) than the previous ones. Still horrible, but the riffing is noticeably better.
the Gamera song
Gamera’s brief exercise routine
Basically one good joke and Joel doing some palooka talk.
And the rest is useless.
Parts are kinda cute, a couple parts are amusing, and the message is great.
But again, noone who didn’t give a sh1t before will give a sh1t after watching this. And too often it’s just dull and boring.
And I hate the songs.
On Netflix Streaming until 7/7/14.
Stats are beginning somewhere around late June/early July 2014.
Previous stats are unavailable, hits from 8/2010 until this list exceeded one million. Not by much, but still.
1 – The United States
2 – China
3 – Germany
4 – France
5 – Canada
6 – Russia
7 – Ukraine
8 – Israel
9 – The United Kingdom
10 – Romania
Last Updated: 12/25/15
4/14/16: FINAL UPDATE: Irrelevant since I’m counting total hits. Or maybe I just don’t want to update this. Or maybe something else. Or who cares?
A giant spinning fire-turtle with split personalities confuses the general public.
Movie’s boring, riffing isn’t so great. Took me three tries to get through this awake.
the occasional decent riff
the theme song, on attempt 3
Skipping mediocre number 105, there are only 8 more available on Netflix Streaming at the moment, and the titles don’t match what I find for the episode names.
So, since this hasn’t been the MOST exciting experience, and since I have no desire to research over 200 more for the sake of completeness, here ends my reviews of this show. Good Evening.
Arsenic and Old Maid(s). Kind of cute, which is interesting as it turns creepy.
I’ve decided, since a few of the few I haven’t watched are on NF
streaming, that I’ll watch a bit more MST3K and review ’em.
Absolutely no Elvis sightings, though.
Not the most exciting, but with an interesting/somewhat macabre twist.
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