Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Day Eleven: Shoot 'Em Up

THOOM reviews the 2007 action flick that features Clive Own, Monica Belucci, Paul Giamatti, grown men who breast feed, guns, thousands of rounds of bullets, blood, hate and a newborn baby.
(show length- 10:41) 


Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Day Ten: Class of Nuke 'Em High

THOOM reviews the over the top 1986 Troma horror-satire Class of Nuke 'Em High. (show length 7:36)


Monday, October 29, 2012

Day Nine: Heavy Traffic

The review on Heavy Traffic is short and brutal. I call this episode "Trojan Horse", and not just because you will wish you were wearing a full body  Trojan condom while watching the scummy "Heavy Traffic".

(show length-25:28)


Friday, October 26, 2012

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Day Seven: American Pop

THOOM reviews an ambitious Ralph Bakshi animated movie about four men representing four generations during the 20th Century, all of them linked to the popular music and historical events of their time, in some way or another.


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Day Six: "That's a Long Way to Go To Make A Point..."

Tim reviews two science fiction movies that attempt to demonstrate that science fiction and fantastic tales can go deeper than battling robots and alien invasions. The filmmakers will prove this by making the movies very very long.. Because the longer you hang around the characters, the more you will like them. That's how you build a character. Right? Wrong. The movies are The Host (2006) and Cloud Atlas (2012).


Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Day Five:Maniacs of the Seventies

I have two reviews today and they both are based on true events that happened in the 70s. That's my theme. It's razor thin, but it is a theme. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer is the sleazo exploitation flick based on the horrendous acts of of psycho Henry Lee Lucas and his partner in crime, Otis.

The second movie is Argo, the recently declassified story of the CIA's attempts to extract Americans hiding out in Iran during the U.S. hostage crisis...under the pretense of making a Hollywood Sci-Fi film Play/Download.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Day Four: Too Big For Ya Britches

 "Movie A Day" is back with a couple of new science fiction and horror releases: The fourth installment of the found footage franchise, Paranormal Activity and another Bruce Willis action flick (but this time it's good) Looper.


Thursday, October 11, 2012

Day Three: Hostage

One of the forgotten action movies Bruce Willis does in-between hits. He was able to coerce the producers into hiring his fugly daughter for this thing. And Kevin Pollack gets the short shrift again.

RT: 13:53


Day Two: No Country For Old Men

Day Two, I finally get around to watching "No Country For Old Men". Why did the ending make some people so angry?

RT: 10:20


Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Day One: The Woodsman

The inaugural episode of the Movie A Day podcast kicks off with Tim's review of the 2006 indie film "The Woodsman" which garnered some controversy because it seemed to ask the audience to sympathize with a child molester. The movie stars Kevin Bacon, Kyra Sedgewick, Mos Def, David Alan Grier and Eve. (Show length-14:57)