Pilot: “Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp”

  
An opening should be here. Something interesting, not necessarily funny, but there should be something. I’ve got nothing. After what I went through, there’s not really anything that can be used to make this any better. Even that sentence was painful. Just skip ahead. Continue reading

10 Years: “Sky High”

  
Family films or kids films are great, when you’re a kid or younger. As you get older some do manage to maintain an entertaining level that was there when you first saw it, and others don’t. It’s a weird thing that some can and some can’t, even though you know you liked a given film so much that you watched umpteen times as a kid. Continue reading

At First Glance: “Tremors 5: Bloodlines”

Sequels are typically films I fear. Sometimes I may be hesitant when I hear about it or see footage, but the general rule of thumb is, stay away, it’s going to suck. Certainly don’t get your hopes up. However, there comes a time, once in a blue moon, or a moon of any color, when that general doesn’t apply. Continue reading

TV Movie: “Lavalantula”

  
When it comes to creature features, nothing works better than a movie about insects. It doesn’t matter what type or how many, if insects are the enemy, it’s bound to be an interesting time. If the film takes an insect and makes it a much bigger creature, a monster basically, then the mayhem will be even bigger and the level of fun that much higher. Continue reading

TV Movie: “Zombie Shark”

  
Shark films are nothing new. With a plethora of them coming out each year it’s difficult to really take notice on the good ones. Everything begins to blur together. There are some that do manage to sneak through, and they tend to be the ones that are special to a certain kind of movie watcher. Continue reading

At First Glance: “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2”

The end of a film series is an exciting and sad time for long time fans. The build upThe amount of time invested in one series will hopefully be rewarded with a satisfying ending. If not, then the only thing this achieved was make money for the studio. Fans aren’t asking for much. Continue reading