Here’s the eleventh ever episode of Critapocalypse: the Podcast: The Movie: The Game! To be honest, it’s just a podcast. But we do review movies and games. Also various other stuffs. This week we reviewed David Cronenberg’s Shivers, WWE NXT Rival, Running Shadow, Better Call Saul, Turtle power, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate, Friday the 13th on the NES and The Xbox Ultimate Sale. Above is the Youtube version and after the link is the Soundcloud version which you can download and listen to whilst having a poo!
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Back in September last year I finally got around to reviewing Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure. It was one of those films on my to do list. Not that I have an actual list of films I’m meant to be reviewing… well… apart from the one linked at the top that I don’t think I’ve updated for a year. I should do that. Anyway, Excellent Adventure’s sequel, Bogus Journey, was also a film that I’ve been meaning to cover. And today is that day! Which I’d guess you’ve figured out already. Anyway, let’s get on with this.
I don’t write these Weekend Dumps as often as I used to. Was finding that I was often just resorting to making listicles, which I’m not a fan of. Not because their often just clickbait, but because the name is fucking stupid and I feel unclean for doing them. I’ve been thinking that, from now on, Weekend Dump’s should be primarily either discussion of the craft of film or, possibly more often, a rambling train of thought on some, likely, nerdy nonsense I have been thinking about recently. You may already know which of those this is. Click below to read on! You won’t believe what the fourth paragraphs says…. ugh… think I just vommed.
After reviewing that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film from last year, which has the odd distinction of being a film that “didn’t make me angry”, I pledged to review the older TMNT films at some point. I still haven’t done that. But I have watched the documentary about the creation of those Mutant Turtles and my review of that is right here… so… that let’s me off, right?
Here’s episode 10 of that bloody podcast thing I do with Matt from Cinemageddon. Films reviewed this week include The Theory of Everything, Wolves and The Interview. We also reviewed a couple of games and the WWE Royal Rumble event. If you click the link below you’ll be able to listen to the audio only version which you can also download. We’re on itunes too if you’d rather use that.
Occasionally a friend will thrust a film upon me to review on this site. Dependant on the friend it is either going to be something worthwhile (The Rocket, Uncle Boonmee) or something I probably shouldn’t have watched (Kung Fu Cannibals). Thankfully, Excision is in amongst the former. Click the jump thing below to find out why. Or just scroll down cos there’s a good chance you found this review by a random search and, are therefore, already in the review.
So this film had some controversy surrounding it. By which I mean someone who may or may not be tied to North Korea didn’t like the look of the film and so they hacked Sony and proceeded to distribute emails and films galore. Oddly, Sony actually cancelled the release of the film, and then everyone pointed out how they probably shouldn’t and the film got released as planned along with a bonus online distribution model. If I was a cynic I’d say it was probably all one elaborate marketing scam. I mean, it would fit in with the film’s constant themes of deception… might not be though. Click the jump for my review thing.