What’s better than one Predator? Two Predators? What’s better than two Predators? Forced jokes and bad directing. Find out more in the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Who doesn’t love a good movie about piracy on the high seas? I said a GOOD movie. On the latest Alan Smithee Retro Review, Hugo Glasier joins Ben Hunt to review this Geena Davis classic!
Fun for the whole family, except your kids, parents, nieces, nephews, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and you. On the latest Alan Smithee Retro Review, we harken back to the simpler times of 1984 and visit the denizens of Tromaville!
Do you know one thing heartwarming movies that preach the value of family needs? A LAZER GUN! PEW PEW on the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Rhymes that keep their secrets / Will unfold behind the clouds / And there upon a rainbow / Is the answer to a never ending story. On the latest Alan Smithee Retro Review!
Hoo boy, this isn’t your typical Alan Smithee fare! Join Ben & Damien as they do a review that tries its best, but probably fails to do any of the subject matter any justice! It’s a Spike Lee joint!
You’re going to need 1.21 jiggawatts in order to travel back to 1955 in order to enjoy this micro-retro-review of Back to the Future, coming from our new home at Epikos Comics & Cards in Hixson, Tennessee!
My hat is like a shark’s fin, as we join us with Jason Statham as he fights off a prehistoric MEGa shark on the latest episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Joining us from across the pond is special guest Hugo Glasier, as we travel back in time for yet another Alan Smithee Retro Review, as we discuss the 1988 horror masterpiece, The Blob! Can Kevin Dillon stake his claim as Hollywood’s leading man, while fighting off both the mysterious all-consuming monster and his addiction to hairspray based CFCs? Find out, on this episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!