Hey folks! Here is my Review/comparison of 1987’s Robocop versus 2014’s Robocop. I loved the original and was a little (okay, more than a little)…nervous…yeah, nervous about the reboot. Well, it’s pretty good. Better than the original? Chaeck out my video review below and find out.
Also, when you are done that, go to colexions.com to check out all the retro gaming goodness there.
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So, my fine feathered friends, I have a little news for you all. Not only will I continue writing my reviews for this blog, but I have also been asked to supply movie reviews for my favourite gaming community over at colexions.com. If haven’t been there and are a fan of retro gaming and collecting, then I suggest you go NOW. Check out other collectors and all their goodies, and get yourself registered and share your own collection.
I’m pretty excited to start contributing my reviews over there. I think I may go with video reviews, something that I am considering for this site also, though I haven’t made a firm decision on that as of yet. Check out the really short (and really cheezy), intro video I created for colexions.com below:
Just thought I’d share the fact that for the first time since I set this blog up, I have had more visitors from Spain than any other country, today.
Welcome and please tell your friends that they are welcome here also!
Okay folks, we have a WINNER!!!
Congrats to Scott T. of Calgary, Alberta, Canada for being the one that is first to respond. You sir, will have yourself a copy of Manborg.
Watch the Video, then email me at email@example.com
It was worse than Zombie Babies (which I also hated).
Everyone attached to this movie should have been banned from ever attempting to create anything artistic. And guess what? They made a sequel.
So… What’s wrong with the movie? It’s boring and poorly made. Oh, did I mention that it was boring?
Don’t watch this piece of shit.
Trailer? Oh, why the hell not:
Alright folks, I’ve moved the blog from Tumblr due to some formatting options that Tumblr seemed to do away with. Eventually I will be moving it over to Squarespace, but since that’s a paid service, it might be a little while before I can justify that move.
Anyway, let me know what you think, pro or con about the blog on the host.
THE CHEEZY MOVIE DVD GIVE AWAY CONTEST!!!
Okay, it’s this easy: Answer the two really easy questions below (feel free to use Google), and you can win some cheezy movie (title not decided yet but it’ll be cheezy). Just email your answers (and your mailing address) and the first four correct answers will get…some cheezy movie sent to them in the mail. That’s it and that’s all.
Here are the questions:
1. Who wrote and directed the infamous crappy movie, Plan 9 From Outer Space?
2. Robert Beltran played the title character, Raoul from the movie, Eating Raoul. He went on to play what character on the Star Trek Voyager television series?
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Elvira (Cassandra Peterson) got her start on a TV station, introducing campy horror movies on a late night TV show. Dressed as a sexy, large breasted raven haired sex-vamp, she rose to the top of Pop culture in the 1980s and 1990s and her posters covered countless walls of teenage boys lusting after that fantastic figure (especially those boobs…especially those boobs).
Well this is Elvira’s movie. It tells the story of Elvira, fresh from quitting her TV job and planning on starting a Las Vegas show, but finding herself $70,000 short. Suddenly she gets word that her great Aunt has passed away and she has inherited her estate, a run down house and a “cook book.” Her appearance in this small town creates quite a ruckus, as the town have very strict rules on what is and what is not allowed: no sex and no violence in media… Just a boring little place. Elvira drives the powers to be crazy with her sexy appearance. Trying to make the best of things she gets to work on sprucing up the house with the help of the local youths. At the same time, her Great Uncle is trying to get that cook book of her aunt’s.
Well, it turns out that things in Elvira’s family are not as they seem, and she is part of a magical, ancient family that control the darkness. Her uncle wants the cookbook as is really a book of magic and spells, and possessing it during the upcoming Lunar Eclipse would seal his power as master of the dark. Of course Elvira has to stop this.
So, this is a stupid, silly movie and at times it seems like Elvira is trying to be Rodney Dangerfield with her delivery of her lines. That said, this is good, cheezy fun and I enjoyed every minute of this terrible film. Should you watch it? Damn straight you should.
Check out the trailer: