The cinematic flushers of the Soiled Restroom Cinema have been evicted from The Film Warriors because of the cinematic stench and have found a new home over at Signals Of Fury (HERE)!
Come on down and say hi as Honor, Kate & Kris welcome you to their new digs with their latest cinematic turd, Total Retribution, along with special guest Thomas Rowen, who plays Tennyson in the film. You'll find all of our past episodes over there as well.
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Thursday, March 21, 2013
Thursday, December 13, 2012
|Holly Conrad not featured in this image (though she should be).|
Friday, November 16, 2012
The Frontal Assault returns just in time for the beginning of the cinematic holiday season, loaded down with plenty of gift wrapped snark for your reading pleasure. If you somehow survived last weekend's homo erotic adventures with James Bond (Centauri's less than flattering review HERE), you'd better stock up on lube now for the three cinematic butt plugs ready to pound you hard at your local cinema. Onward...
Thursday, November 15, 2012
Sunday, November 11, 2012
2 - Average Participation (No Citation Awarded)
Do yourself a huge favor and forget everything you're hearing about "Skyfall" being the best Bond film ever. While the film is a decent, standard entry in the franchise, whomever started this particular trend of review for this film deserves to have their testicles beaten with a boat rope a'la the torture scene in the far superior "Casino Royale".
Sunday, November 4, 2012
4 = Medal Of Honor
Whatever higher power convinced Robert Zemeckis to return to live action, honest-to-God filmmaking deserves our thanks. Not only does this mean that we (at the very least) get a slowdown in the Godawful, soulless, terrifying looking computer animation that he has been obsessed with making for the past ten years...but it also means that we get to welcome a prodigal son back into the fold.
Thursday, October 25, 2012
During this Halloween season you'll find no shortage of horror related “found footage” films floating around. Quest items like the Paranormal Activity and REC series are notable fan favorites whose shaky cam origins can be traced back to 1999's box office hit, The Blair Witch Project.