Found 187 matches for “ragewar”

  • The Dungeonmaster

  • The Dungeonmaster

    The Dungeonmaster

    Ian West

    Ian West ★★★★

    I first saw this when scream factory blu dropped a few years back but I wish I’d seen this when I was younger, It’s the kind of crazy whacky adventure stuff I love getting lost in and tbh it would have made a great NES video game!

  • The Dungeonmaster

    The Dungeonmaster

    A more accurate adaptation of Super Mario Bros. than Super Mario Bros.. Some goober gets sucked into an alternate dimension (because of computers) where his girlfriend remains chained up while he does "battle" with the devil. And by battle I mean he gets teleported into random worlds where the end goal is unclear, never explained, as he stumbles on the event triggering his return to the hub world. Rinse and repeat for like every 5 minutes. It's a fucking mess but it has cool FX and is barely over an hour long so not the worst thing I've ever seen.

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    The Dungeonmaster

    Joe

    Joe ★★★★½

    The purest cinematic distillation I've seen of the experience of playing with action figures as a kid. Luke Skywalker and Spider-Man and Optimus Prime and Tarzan and maybe even a Barbie doll all talk to each other and get into fights - none of it has to make any sense or even cohere from one moment to the next, it just has to be fun. Of course, this is a low-budget 80s movie, so there aren't any trademarked characters or anything like that. But the spirit of imagination is alive and well here. God Bless America.

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    The Dungeonmaster

    Patrick Pryor

    Patrick Pryor ★★½

    That Charles Band and his freakin' puppets. . .

    Amidst the incomprehensible gobbledeygook of a plot involving cave trolls throwing explosive crystals, a talking Commodore 64, an ice cave housing the frozen remains of Albert Einstein and Jack the Ripper, a W.A.S.P. stage show, and a demonic puppet named Rat Spit lies a message of using technology sparingly as a tool to help build relationships with other people, instead of letting it dominate your life or whatever. Like the cat…

  • The Dungeonmaster

    The Dungeonmaster

    THE DUNGEONMASTER (Various, 1985)
    Empire International 35mm (Theatrical)

    Computer nerd Paul has an unusually close relationship with his souped-up PC, named X-caliBR8 -- much to the chagrin of his aerobicizing girlfriend, Gwen. Unfortunately for them, she's not the only one who's taken notice; a demon called Mestema is also impressed with 'Cal's trouble-shooting skills, and whisks the threesome to his otherworldly domain for a series of life-or-death trials pitting Paul and his glorified PowerGlove against waves of beasties. Can he…

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    The Dungeonmaster

    Hollie Horror

    Hollie Horror ★★★★

    Realistically this movie isn't a 4-star film but when considering the amount of fun I had watching Ragewar (or, as I've been calling it, The Dungeonmaster), I can't bring myself to rate it any less.

    A Charles Band production, The Dungeonmaster is an anthology film in the same vein as, say, Waxwork and Waxwork II, where there are different segments and scenarios but involving the same actors, portraying the same characters. The glue holding it together (the wraparound), involves Richard…

  • ragewar

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    • Lisa, Lisa

    U.S. Blu-ray Releases: December 14-20 2015

    russman

    russman 61 films

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    Please Don't Send Me into Outer Space Podcast Episodes

    Joel T

    Joel T 154 films

    Movies we covered on the Please Don't Send Me Into Outer Space podcast. Please check us out at pdsmiospod.podbean.com/

    • The Mechanical Butcher
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    • The X-Ray Fiend
    • The Astronomer's Dream

    EVERY film in 'Science Fiction: The Aurum Film Encyclopedia' (3rd edition; Phil Hardy, editor; Aurum Press, 1995)

    I LOVE science fiction movies--as well as reading and learning about them--and I quite enjoyed recently perusing The Aurum Film…

  • The Dungeonmaster

    The Dungeonmaster

    This movie transcends star ratings . It is a product of simple, yet baffling ineptitude. A day later, and I am still questioning whether what I actually saw this movie, or just suffered from an intense fever dream. One can only understand the pure insanity that is RAGEWAR (or, THE DUNGEONMASTER...) by experiencing it first hand.

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    The Dungeonmaster

    WizardmanJones

    WizardmanJones ★★★

    Ragewar is a fucking trainwreck of a movie created by a bunch of B-movie directors each trying to outdo eachother by making their segment more incomprehensible than the last.

    It's honestly kind of enjoyable to watch, if only to marvel at just how much a goddamn mess it is.

    Also it has a Blackie Lawless cameo, for some reason.

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    The Dungeonmaster

    Kevin Clarke

    Kevin Clarke ★★½

    Ragewar (aka: Dungeonmaster (aka: 1000 Ways To Defeat Satan Using Your Arm Lazer))

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    The Dungeonmaster

    damug

    damug ★★★½

    This movie is the nexus of bad scifi/fantasy B movie directors who got together and decided to make this compilation of schill 80s trash. I absolutely loved every second of it.

  • The Dungeonmaster

    The Dungeonmaster

    His machine, Xcalibr8, was never perfected, though helped him defeat The Devil in a series of challenges featuring giggling demon puppets, a deranged Blackie Lawless, and crystal-tossing rage troll.

    Today we call her "Siri."

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    The Dungeonmaster

    Beth

    Beth ★★

    Just got the excalibrate pun. + 1/2 star for that
    Paul's costume looked like something a mom would make her nerdy son for halloween.