• Trinity Is Still My Name

    Trinity Is Still My Name

    Bambino tries to teach his brother Trinity how to become an outlaw, but the two wind up saving a pioneer family and breaking up an arms ring instead.
    Even funnier than the first film. The brothers try and try to make a living as bandits, but fail at every turn.
    The Right and the Left Hands of the Devil bring us home to meet the actual Devil, and it's a scene that has no right being so hilarious.

    'Farrah' the…

  • They Call Me Trinity

    They Call Me Trinity

    A lazy, unorthodox gunfighter and his portly, horse-thieving brother defend a Mormon settlement from a land-grabbing Major, a Mexican bandit, and their henchmen.
    Terence Hill and Bud Spencer were one of the all time great acting duos, and though they had worked together on 5 previous movies this film was their first massive international box-office hit. A spaghetti western parody that ended up grossing more money than any film it was spoofing and made Spencer and Hill super stars.
    I could watch these two all day.

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  • Son in Law

    Son in Law

    Having gotten a taste of college life, a drastically changed farm girl returns home for Thanksgiving break with her best friend, a flamboyant party animal who is clearly a fish out of water in a small farm town.
    You may not believe it if you weren't there, but there was a time when Pauly Shore was peak hot hilarity.

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  • Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

    Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

    A bit early in the year for this Christmas magic, but who can argue with children stuffed in sacks and old men being rounded up like caribou?

  • Trailer Park of Terror

    Trailer Park of Terror

    Undead rednecks terrorize a bus full of troubled teens headed for bible camp.
    One of my favorite movies, this one came out of nowhere for me over 10 years ago and got stuck under my skin like Stank's special marinade.
    Trace Adkins made a surprisingly convincing Devil and Nichole Hiltz was trailer park perfection. The effects are great fun, the overall story is not particularly original but done in such a confidently trashy way that you don't mind, and the…

  • Sam Morril: Same Time Tomorrow

    Sam Morril: Same Time Tomorrow

    Fresh take on the classic delivery style of comedians past. Very fun

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  • Sheng Wang: Sweet and Juicy

    Sheng Wang: Sweet and Juicy

    Laid back delivery and relatable content, big big big laughs

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  • Crimes of the Future

    Crimes of the Future

    IMDb's summary: Humans adapt to a synthetic environment, with new transformations and mutations. With his partner Caprice, Saul Tenser, celebrity performance artist, publicly showcases the metamorphosis of his organs in avant-garde performances.
    My summary: WHAT?
    Yes it is Cronenberg's first sci-fi/horror movie since 1999. Yes it is body horror. I feel like somewhere in there is a cohesive message... maybe.
    I cannot say I liked this movie. Not even a little.
    The one thing I can say is that if…

  • The Sadness

    The Sadness

    A young couple trying to reunite amid a city ravaged by a plague that turns its victims into deranged, bloodthirsty sadists.
    Gorehounds rejoice. This movie and it's mostly practical effects satisfy every depraved act of violence and mayhem that could possible leave a bloody trail of bodies. The effects are great and the creativity of the action leads to some pretty hilarious moments (if you're into extreme horror).
    This one is probably not for the casual horror viewer.
    There were…

  • Sordid Lives

    Sordid Lives

    A colorful family from a small Texas town must come to grips with the accidental death of the elderly family matriarch during a clandestine meeting in a seedy motel room with her much-younger married neighbor.
    I love this movie, even despite some mediocre performances (Sorry, Kirk Geiger). Having been raised in south Georgia I related to many of the characters; back-combing hair, bickering sisters, trailer park drama, and terrible southern heat...
    As many have pointed out Leslie Jordan's Brother Boy…

  • The Descent

    The Descent

    A caving expedition goes horribly wrong, as the explorers become trapped and ultimately pursued by a strange breed of predators.
    I'm enthralled every time I watch this movie. The precision of the tension building and the use of claustrophobia as well as creatures to literally give us no where safe to go once underground stands out among its genre. It's a tight movie where no scene really seems wasted and not much time during the viewing to worry thinking about…

  • Watch Out, We're Mad

    Watch Out, We're Mad

    A continuation of the classic Bud Spencer and Terence Hill film by the same title, this film follows the sons of the unlikely duo from the original. We start off with a reminder of what we're hoping for from this movie: a recap of the original with voices from the past bickering behind closed doors, perpetually arguing over whom will be the rightful owner of the epic red dune buggy with the yellow soft top.
    Once we're caught up to…