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  • Mo' Money / High School High 1

    Mo’ Money / High School High

    Mo’ Money was a big movie when I was a kid. You’re going to hear that a lot when discussing these I Love the 90s movies from Mill Creek. Damon Wayans was riding high off his In Living Color fame and he opened some big movies for Columbia Pictures....
  • Jury Duty [Review] 4

    Jury Duty [Review]

    Jury Duty was my jam as a 14 year old. You had Tia Carrere from Wayne’s World and The Weasel disrupting a murder trial. Coming at the height of the O.J. Simpson murder case, this film offered America a look into the legal system. Naturally, it was a Box...
  • Double Team: Dennis Rodman saves the World...again [Review] 7

    Double Team: Dennis Rodman saves the World…again [Review]

    Double Team isn’t Double Impact. Let’s just make sure everyone knows that. Impact had two JCVDs, while Impact has to settle for a Dennis Rodman team-up. For people not alive in the 1990s, Dennis Rodman was the NBA Rebound King that played with the Chicago Bulls. He was also...
  • Excess Baggage

    Excess Baggage [Review]

    Excess Baggage is a film I remember seeing advertised a lot as a teenager. However, I don’t ever remember anyone fawning over it. There was a point in youth culture right before media saturation went insane. A time when you could casually forget things rather than being inundated by...
  • trigger effect

    The Trigger Effect / Bodycount [Review]

    The Trigger Effect was a mid 90s attempt to remake The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street. Kyle MacLachlan and Elisabeth Shue are a young couple thrown into a tizzy when their city gets hit with a major blackout. Stuck with a sick kid and a crazy neighbor, the...
  • Stepmom

    Stepmom / The Deep End of the Ocean

    Stepmom is this movie with a weird following about it. I never knew that the film had any fans until a decade ago when discussing it on the site. Little did I know that people named their kids after people in the movie and have watching parties for it....
  • Captain Marvel (2019) [Blu-ray Review] 16

    Captain Marvel (2019) [Blu-ray Review]

    Captain Marvel found an audience. That alone spurred thousands of thinkpieces and Gawker Media style backpats. The fact that the socially conscious Internet is willing to praise the millions made by media corporations still irks me. But, let’s divorce identity politics from Captain Marvel for a moment. Origin movies...
  • Mindwarp / Brainscan [Blu-ray review] 21

    Mindwarp / Brainscan [Blu-ray review]

    Mindwarp is the kind of movie that I have a section of horror fans pushing on me. After picking it up via Twilight Time, I was a little disappointed. I love Angus Scrimm and Bruce Campbell, plus the Fangoria origins of the film were pretty amazing. It’s just what...
  • Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie [Review] 24

    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie [Review]

    Mighty Morphin Power Rangers had two feature film releases in the 1990s. While I was alive when they happened, I was also in High School. High School was different back in the 1990s. People were less tolerant of fetish fandoms and the weird childish stuff that attracts today’s teenage...

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