Twisted Pair (2018)

Mild spoilers ahead! Well folks, Neil Breen is back again with his latest insane rambling, Twisted Pair! This time the eccentric filmmaker has some new visual tricks up his sleeve, along with plenty of familiar tropes, of course. Faithful viewers will be shocked to discover that he’s finally mastered the art of freeze frame (well maybe […]

Yes, I Directed “The Room” by Sandy Schklair

“When there’s emotional testimony, I assume that eighty-five percent of it is exaggeration.” – The Social Network You may recognize Sandy Schklair as the Script Supervisor / 1st A.D. on The Room, as portrayed by Seth Rogen in December’s The Disaster Artist. For years, Sandy has claimed to be the actual director of The Room, […]

The Room Actors: Where Are They Now? (Episodes 1-4) (2017)

Well, we all know where at least one of them is. There’s never been a better time to a fan of The Room, thanks to a seemingly endless stream of new content that’s been coming out all at once. We most likely have James Franco to thank for that, and having now won the Golden Globe for his […]

The Christmas Shoes (2002)

More like The Ugly Christmas Sweater Shoes. Ah, with the holiday season upon us, there’s no better time to curl up next to the Christmas tree with a festive glass of eggnog and watch a feel-good Lifetime Christmas TV movie. You know those sloppy, slapped together, emotionally manipulative stories with high moral and Christian values? There’s […]

The Disaster Artist (2017)

Before I begin a review of The Disaster Artist, I’d like to set the stage with my own anticipation for the movie. Scroll to the horizontal line below for the actual review. Once it was announced that Greg Sestero’s book was getting a movie adaptation, my countdown instantly began. That was over three years ago. And every […]

Foodfight! (2012)

A more suitable title might be ‘OH GOD…. HELP US…. J-J-JUST…. THE CREEPIEST…. WHAT AM I WATCHING!?’ Beyond the creepy half-cat, half-human upskirt shots, Foodfight (2012) is a wildly inappropriate viewing experience for the young audience it was theoretically made for. Between constant, in-your-face sexual innuendos and vulgar references, it’s not a movie any child […]

The Happening (2008)

You know your movie’s in trouble when your opening credits are identical to a Neil Breen film. The title of this movie alone should be a pretty good indicator of what you’re in for. The Happening (2008), both as a title and as a film, is so simple, so straightforward, and yet so vague at the […]

Replica (2005)

Before making Birdemic: Shock and Terror, San Franciscan filmmaker James Nguyen followed up his first feature film Julie and Jack with the scientific ‘thriller’ Replica (2005) – a cautionary tale about the dangers of  stem cell research and cloning technology. As one would hope, Nguyen really delivers with this film. His iconic and crappy scene construction, terrible visual effects, […]

Room Full Of Spoons (2016)

The best part of any cult film screening is the sense of community that accompanies the viewing experience. The simple act of sitting down and watching a movie is enhanced by a shared passion with the people surrounding you. Complete strangers become best friends for a night thanks to this one common interest. It’s a rare experience, but when it […]

Growing Up With Manos: The Hands of Fate by Jackey Neyman Jones

Widely considered one of the worst films of all time, Manos: The Hands of Fate (1966) is a horror movie that’s scary for all the wrong reasons. This aimlessly slow-paced motion picture features plenty of bizarre choices, including an ill-fitting jazz soundtrack and copious amounts of desert driving. The few people who can stomach a screening are certainly left […]