Hey there Folks, John here. A couple of days ago we talked about the top 10 best and worst films of 2005 on The Audio Edition. Since then I’ve had a few people request I put the list up here. So today I’ll give you the rundown of what I … [Read More]
Funnily enough I started writing a top five list as John did, and as I worked through the release schedules I found more and more being added on. When I looked at the huge list I realised I was going to have some job putting them in order so I’ve … [Read More]
Sometimes movies come out that are good… but for some reason a bunch of people jump all over it and proclaim it “BRILLIANT!!!!” I don’t know, maybe the film industry has pumped out so much crap the last few years that we’ve all started to settle for celebrating mediocrity. But … [Read More]
You can see the 2005 reviews all over the Internet, they’re everywhere and some are just downright wrong. So rather than for me or John to write out a review of 2005 for you, I thought why not let you readers out there tell us what you thought of 2005. … [Read More]
2005 is over (listen to the Audio Edition later tonight for our favorites and most hated films of 2005) and I’m alreay licking my chops at some of the films on their way to us in 2006. There are alreay over 500 films slated for release in this upcoming year… … [Read More]
Well this is it, you’ve chosen the categories and nominees you’d like to see and it’s time for you to vote on your best and worst of 2005. Remember this has all been chosen by the readers and it’s up to you guys to vote. I can hand on heart … [Read More]
I’ve just picked up a story concerning a new High Definition DVD format in the continuing idiotic next generation DVD format war. It’s claiming that new EVD/VMD hardware and discs will be available by spring next year. This may well be connected with a story I wrote a while ago … [Read More]
This latest story about the Oscars banning a movie is probably the most silliest, and it’s something that just goes to show how absurd the need to categorise movies has become. This time it’s because the Singapore film Be With Me which has been excluded from the Foreign Language Film … [Read More]
At the end of The Chronicles of Narnia the titles came up, the house lights came on, and everyone stood up getting their jackets on and began to leave. As they were piling out of the rows and down the steps the titles faded out and the film continued with … [Read More]
Title= Gremlins (1984)
Summary= Steven Spielberg presents this Christmas tale of torment and mischief. Little green monsters terrorize a small town during Christmas, breaking things, killing things, and watching a little Snow White. Zach Galligan, the cute as hell Phoebe Cates, Corey Feldman and we can’t leave out Judge Reinhold, all star in this fun movie.
Title= Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)
Summary= Ron Howard brings this classic Seuss story to the big screen in a big way. He gets big names like Jim Carrey who plays the Grinch and a list of stars. This light movie is perfect for all ages, and is especially perfect for the Holidays. Howard and his team set the bar for Seuss interpretations with this movie.
Title= Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas (1977)
Summary= This creation of Jim Henson’s is a Christmas treat. A great family movie that the kids will love. Join Kermit and Robin as they tell the story of a young Otter who along with his friends, try to have the best Christmas ever.
Title= The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992)
Summary= One of the best Muppet movies to date, this rendition of Dickens A Christmas Carol will please both Muppet and Dickens fans alike. With Michael Caine playing Scrooge and the rest of the Muppet cast filling in the rest of the parts, this movie is perfect for pumping up the Christmas spirit.