• Bill & Ted Face the Music

    Bill & Ted Face the Music


    Not the greatest, but I still enjoyed it enough.

    Now that I think about it, I've been a fan of these movies since I was a kid, yet I never saw a single one in theaters.

    Edit: Ok, I just saw the after credit scene. A truly fitting ending. Bump it up half a star.

  • A Creepshow Animated Special

    A Creepshow Animated Special


    The animation leaves a bit to be desired but overall, I thought it was alright.

  • House



    That was about as weak an ending as I've ever seen.

  • American Pie Presents: Girls' Rules

    American Pie Presents: Girls' Rules


    Surprisingly, not entirely terrible. Probably woulda liked it more about 20 years ago.

  • Hubie Halloween

    Hubie Halloween


    I had low expectations, but fuuuck...were they even really trying?

  • WNUF Halloween Special

    WNUF Halloween Special


    To be honest, I was underwhelmed by this one.

  • Problem Child 2

    Problem Child 2


    The rare sequel that is superior to the original but not by much.
    Amy Yasbeck is a total babe, but in all honesty, I'dve given Martha Quinn another shot.
    My brothers and I have been making Chow Down jokes/references for 29 years. Holy shit (no pun intended).

  • Polyester



    The movie is delightful.

    The scratch 'n sniff card...not so much.

  • Slugs



    Surprisingly better than a movie about killer slugs has any right to be...

  • A Simple Favor

    A Simple Favor


    Starts strong, doesn't quite stick the landing.

  • VHYes



    This is supposed to be happening in 1987, but Joan's painting has Rodman in a Bulls jersey and with green hair.
    Joan's prescription has got her seeing into the future.

  • Grizzly


    Arms go flying. A horse's head goes flying. A kid gets mauled. And the grizzly gets blown to hell by a goddam bazooka.
    And it still managed to be lame as fuck.

    Kickass poster, though. A personal favorite.