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!
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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!
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!
Some films are so groundbreaking and original that their like can never been recreated again. Some films feature groundbreaking performances, nuanced prose and stellar cinematography. That is a description of some films. Join us on a retro journey back in time as we do a RETRO REVIEW for Stephen King’s Maximum Overdrive! Only on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Hold on to your butts! The Jurassic Girls are back at it again, rompin’ and a stompin’ and geneticizin’ up the whole neighborhood? Is Jurassic World 2 worth the price of admission? Find out on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
A podcast 14 years in the making, Join Ben and Damien to see if this incredible family is up to Parr. Will they giggle with glee, or disenfranchise all of their child-owning fans? Find out! Only on the Alan Smithee Film Review!
SMASHING! Ben and Damien monkeyshine about RAMPAGE on this episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!
Strap on your haptic body suit, we’re going on an adventure with Ready Player One on this episode of the Alan Smithee Film Review!