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Film Review No.359: The Interview

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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.

Turns out Kim isn’t a Cockroach in a robot body like his father was.


Critapocalypse Podcast 9

Hello there. It’s that time of the month where I post the latest Critapocalypse Podcast. Well, that one of 2 times in a month because the podcast is fortnightly. Anyway, this week we review all sorts of stuff like American Sniper, Crash (the good one) and the WWE network. There’s other stuff too but you’ll just have to watch to find out. Or go to either the Youtube of Soundcloud page where there’s a list in the description. By the way, Critapocalypse is on itunes now. Feel free to have a listen there or something. Soundcloud version after the link below.

We’re on itunes and stuff now.


Film Review No.358: Doom

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Why did I decide to watch Doom? I found myself perusing the various films Netflix has to offer on Saturday night with no idea what I should settle on. Jackie Chan films are now ruled out because they appear to all be dubbed… ick. Not much new that could be watched in under 2 hours was appealing. Eventually I just stumbled across Doom and thought “I haven’t watched that all the way through before” and suddenly I was watching it. Well… that wasn’t a great decision. I mean, the film isn’t the worst thing ever. It’s not even the worst game adaptation. It just, kinda, is. It exists. Allow me to go into detail right after that link below.

Hurt me plenty


Film Review No.357: The People Vs George Lucas

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Remember George Lucas? He was that guy that messed up Star Wars like a jerk and should be hated for it. Also, he made Star Wars so he’s pretty cool. He also made Howard: A New Breed of Hero which was terrible and so he’s terrible. Oh, and he wrote raiders of the Lost Ark which is fecking awesome. And thus you see the conflict at the heart of many a nerd and the subject of today’s film, The People vs George Lucas. Click the link below for an awesome review… or the worst bloody thing you’ve ever read.

In a few years I’ll remaster this with, like, way more digital Jawas or something


Critapocalypse Podcast 8 – The Reviewening!

Hello boys and girls. Here’s episode 8 of the Critapocalypse podcast what I do with that Matt from Cinemageddon. This week we review and discuss The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies, Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Chinese Zodiac, Grown Ups 2, 13 Assassins, Worms Battlegrounds, Total Overdose and Infamous: First light. The video version is up above and if you click the link below you’ll find the Soundcloud audio only version which you can also download and listen to whilst sat on the toilet. Or anywhere else. But we recommend the toilet. The acoustics are great in there.

Plop.


Film Review No.356: Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus

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So, yeah, I backed this film on Kickstarter. If you think that will effect my opinion of the film then, whatevs. That’s up to you. I see backing something on Kickstarter as being no different to buying a DVD. I’m just paying for it early. Anywho, Da Sweet Blood of Jesus is the latest Spike Lee joint, as he calls them… and so do many people. It’s a remake, of sorts, of Ganja & Hess. Which I’ve never seen because I can’t watch everything. Is the film any good though? Click below to find out.

Ya Dig?


Film Review No.355: Chinese Zodiac (CZ12)

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I like Jackie Chan. Actually, I really like Jackie Chan. My favourites aren’t the films many would pick though. I tend to lean more towards his traditional kung fu films than is stunt focused action flicks. That said, I have a huge amount of respect for how well shot, edited and choreographed his action films are. I grew up watching films like Police Story, Project A and Armour of God and they all feature the master at his best. So yeah, I prefer Snake in the Eagle’s Shadow and Drunken Master but have a lot of love for just how well made the 80’s and 90’s Chan films were. In the mid to late 90s he moved over to making American films primarily. He then aged and slowed down, as was probably likely, assuming my theory of him being immortal isn’t true. Not too long ago he returned to China and made, what’s been touted, as his last action film. That is this film, Chinese Zodiac. A reboot, of sorts, of the Armour of God series. How did the film turn out? Click the link below for my words on this matter.

Chinese BORE-diac more like!


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