Author Archives: Rene Rosa

John Carpenter’s The Fog is Back in 4K

John Carpenter's The Fog

My life is almost complete. I saw The Fog in 4k. Let’s rewind this a little bit, shall we? John Carpenter’s The Fog is one of my favorite horror films of all time. It’s a bit strange that I so rarely

The Avengers Film Review

Avengers Movie Poster

I’m a comic book geek. A big, fat, hairy, judgmental nerd of near-“Comic Book Guy”-from-the-Simpsons caliber that gets as excited about comic book films as he is also terrified of them. I know these characters and stories inside and out,

Batman: Under The Red Hood Blu-ray Review

Batman: Under The Red Hood

DC Comics keeps doing something so right with their direct to home market animated films that it really makes you wonder why the hell things seem to go so wrong with most of their film efforts. Sure, Batman Begins and

Rob Zombie’s Halloween II Unrated Director’s Cut DVD Review

Oh, Rob Zombie. I have followed you blindly through the days of White Zombie, on through your solo work, looked forward to your first film, loved your second, and kind of dug the third. When it came to the music,

Revenge Of The Wounded Dragons Review – PS3

It has been a long time since I’ve fired up my TurboGrafx-16 (or PC Engine for those of you outside of North America) and played China Warrior or Ninja Spirit. I pretty much forgot that games of that sort even

The Most Awkward Song Lyrics I Can Remember

The Most Awkward Song Lyrics I Can Remember

There are more songs out there than there are people. More than just simple poetry put to music, a good song can stir up deep feelings, happiness, crying, and the whole gamut of human emotion. Others might make you angry,

Far Cry DVD Review

Right now you’re looking at this review, thinking to yourself, “Do I really need to read a review of a Uwe Boll movie? That guy only makes bad movies based on video games.” On any other day I’d totally agree

Frogger Returns Review – WiiWare

The adaptation of classic video games to next generation 3D is a trend that can benefit some old titles that haven’t been seen for a little while. Bionic Commando came back in fine form as easily one of the best

Women In Trouble Review

If you were to mix the daily life mishaps of two porn stars, a prostitute, two sisters who share a daughter, their shrink with an adulterous husband, and a stewardess, you would probably find it impossible not to laugh. That

Red Cliff Review

“You don’t know what you’re missing.” As cliché phrases go, this one is definitely overused without merit. After watching the combined “Western” version of Red Cliff I can definitely say that I don’t know what I’m missing. Combining two films that total