Eerie, Indiana is the center of weirdness for the entire planet. It's also a cult TV show that was way ahead of its time. Let's review all 19 episodes, shall we?
I want to believe that the first episode of The X-Files revival could have been better. Here's my review of "My Struggle".
Listen up, toots. I've got a bunch of Ash Vs. Evil Dead episode reviews sittin' around here. You better get to readin' them, or the zombie demon thing gets it. Ya hear?
In Part 3 of the most ambitious X-Files ranking series ever, we finally get into the top 100 episodes to discover that the truth really is out there, and we want it to come back for good!
In part two of the most comprehensive (and ambitious) X-Files listing ever, we make our way through the next 50 classic episodes of this pop culture phenonmemon about, um, unexplained phenomena.
On the final day of the 7 Days of Jackie Chan, we actually wind up spending 80 days traveling around the world just so we can run into some very strange and borderline culturally offensive celebrity cameos. We also might wish we chose a different movie to end our week long series on. But shh.
Watch out, NYC. Jackie Chan is here to take a bite out of your figurative big apple. (He really needs more fiber in his diet.)
For the 6th day of Jackie Chan my true love gave to me: the Armour of God. No, not 6 pairs of them. Just one. What? It wasn't cheap.
Day 4 of a week full of Jackie Chan flicks tells us a story. A Police Story. There's going to be plenty of action and some broken glass and maybe a few gunshots. But it's all in good fun, I promise.
Why does everyone hate on Buffy The Vampire Slayer Season 6? Because it's one of the riskiest, edgiest and most psychologically complex seasons of any television show ever. So, of course it's going to make some people a little bit uncomfortable. (SPOILERS)
For Day 3 of the 7 Days of Jackie Chan, we gonna turn up with Drunken Master (1978). Do you have a rice wine bong by chance? I can't find mine.
Day 2 of the 7 Days of Jackie Chan is spent sparring with a bunch of robots made out of trees. You can't get anymore green than that, am I right folks? Huh? Of course I am.
What happens when I watch a Jackie Chan movie every day for seven days straight and write about them? Blog posts! (And a new found appreciation for Kung Fu cinema, of course.) Let's check out Dragon Fist (1979) first, shall we?
This edition of Music Video Hell ain't nothin' but a partaaaay - a 1980s partaaaaaay ! There'll be breakdancing and pizza and rainbows and Twister and balloons and a shop vac. But, sadly, no dolphins. (You'll see what I mean.)
Have you ever wondered what an list article that ranks all 202 classic X-Files episodes, plus both movies, from worst to best, would look like? Well, wonder no more! In this installment, we rank the bottom 50 installments in the franchise ever. So don't get too excited...