A movie that is truly absolutely everything its title says it is; Monster Trucks. The film is literally about a truck that is pretty much controlled by a monster. Star Lucas Till says “Its everything the title says it is”. Its a trailer that was sort of groaned at and laughed at or people weirded […]
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Get ready for “big, big fun” (Max Evry, Coming Soon) when the “perfect family film” (Mike Reyes, Cinemablend) MONSTER TRUCKS revs up on Blu-ray Combo Pack April 11, 2017 from Paramount Home Media Distribution. Get in the driver’s seat two weeks early with the Digital HD release on March 28. . . .
Remember that 80s cartoon Monster Trucks? It was about a strange creature from underground that inhabited a kid’s truck. The monster, the kid, his girlfriend and a scientist would go on to have adventures, while G-man came after them. If this isn’t ringing a bell, it’s because I made all of that up. Not made […]
I recall being a very young lad and watching MTV trying to figure out what ‘good’ music was, by chance I stayed up late enough to watch a group of young up and coming sketch comedy actors on the show, The State. I had no real idea of what I was watching but I was […]
After reviewing fun the horror-comedies Big Ass Spider! and Bad Milo, it seemed like I was on a pretty good streak as far as this genre was concerned. I really wish I could have liked Hell Baby more. Some of the creators of The State and Reno 911 have gotten together to make a horror […]
Millennium Entertainment is proud to announce the home entertainment release of HELL BABY, the new comedy from the creators of the hit series Reno 911! Written and directed by Thomas Lennon (Sean Saves the World, Night at the Museum, Reno 911!:Miami) and Ben Garant (Reno 911!, Night at the Museum, Reno 911!: Miami) HELL BABYY […]
It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, so what better way to rush into the holiday spirit than with the arrival of the A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas. The stoner comedy duo has returned for a third feature film, which had nowhere to go but up, following the pretty terrible sequel, ‘Escape from Guantanamo Bay’, and fortunately […]
Amidst the many R-rated comedies of 2011, Bad Teacher managed to become a pretty decent sized hit. It crossed over the $100 mil mark and seemed to prove that Cameron Diaz can draw in a crowd. I still wish it was a better movie though. Instead of playing out as a clever satire about a […]