Hangover Theater: 'Thirteen Ghosts'
Imagine my surprise when I perused the back logs of Pajiba to find that no one had written a review of Starship Troopers. Considering how many people talk about it I assumed it would almost have a place of honor....
You're It Until You're Dead Or I Find Someone Better
Showgirls, director Paul Verhoeven's stunningly misguided and exploitative film about the life and times of an up-and-coming Vegas stripper -- sorry, dancer -- is one of those movies that achieved inexplicable success. It was panned virulently by critics, receiving a...
Just Cause She Dances Go-Go, It Don't Make Her A Ho, No
A useful means of purging one's sins is to stick a finger down one's throat, sending gouts of alcohol spurting from your gullyhole and preventing its nefarious effects from getting to you by making sure it never gets the opportunity...
Let’s Cruise Past All The Golden Poo
Movies like Tales From The Crypt: Demon Knight were, perhaps unknowingly, practically invented for Hangover Theater. In fact, chances are that when you saw it, you were either drunk (or otherwise altered) or hungover. Which also means that there's a...
This Is The Ghouls Night Out
A few weeks ago, a kid over on the movie website Film School Rejects suggested (for a different publication, as I recall) that Ghostbusters was the only good movie to come out of the entire 1980s decade. As moronic generalizations...
James Spader, Robert Downey, Jr. and Cheese. Glorious Cheese.
There are two types of people in this world: People who like The Money Pit and people who have never seen it. If you've seen it and didn't like it, clearly you are an alien and I look forward to...
Ahhh. Home, Crap, Home
Deep Rising / TK
The Secret of My Success / Daniel Carlson
Whiskey You’re The Devil
The Last Boy Scout / Brian Prisco
Big Trouble in Little China / TK
Top Gun / TK
So I Married an Axe Murderer / Guest Critic Twig Collins
Clash of the Titans / Ranylt Richildis
Transporter & Transporter II / Brian Prisco