Category Archives: Movies

Road to the North Pole vs. The Boy Who Dreamed Christmas

OK, fuckers, Christmas Day may have been and gone but I want to put out at least one Christmas-themed article/review/whatever before Twelfth Night. In fact, I want to revisit a cartoon I took a look at two Christmasses ago. The … Continue reading

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A Flintstones Christmas Carol

So some of us want our kids to watch less cartoons and read more classical literature. How do we do that? Why not try doing adaptations of classical literature with cartoon characters in the roles? Why not do an adaptation … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol (2006 version)

Does anyone remember when I did a countdown of the dumbest moments in Christmas Carol adaptations? Well, there’s one version I sadly overlooked, one that was packed with ridiculous and asinine moments. The 2006 animated version by BKN Entertainment was … Continue reading

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Hunk

I may have put the Devil on my list of monsters I can’t take seriously anymore, but I still can’t help but have a soft spot for stories where Satan or a Satan-like figure serves as the antagonist. The Devil, … Continue reading

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Thankskilling 3

Now, you may ask, why look at a Thanksgiving-themed film for a Halloween thing? Well, I’m from the UK, so I don’t think it really matters when I review a Thanksgiving-themed horror movie. You also may ask, why review Thankskilling … Continue reading

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Ogre

Okay, Halloween’s coming up, so I guess it’s time to do some Halloween articles and shit. What’s that, you say? I’ve written articles about spooky movies and cartoons even when it isn’t Halloween? I did a review of Igor in … Continue reading

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A Christmas Carol (the Ross Kemp version)

We’ve looked before at various traditional versions of A Christmas Carol, so why don’t we talk about the modern adaptations? The ones which take the basic framework of the story and place it in the modern time, like Sherlock did … Continue reading

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