Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming – The Nerfed Llamas Review

Marvel’s Spider-Man: Homecoming – The Nerfed Llamas Review. Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can… or does he? Another summer… another superhero film. Ah, but a new Spider-Man film is not just a superhero movie, it’s a movie featuring my absolute favorite comic book hero of all time. I could hit you with a gushing diatribe about my love for Spider-Man like I did with James Bond and Mass Effect, but I’ll keep it simple: I’ve been reading Spider-Man comics for over 30 years and have read every single issue…

The Pit and the Pendulum: the Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

The Pit and the Pendulum: the Official Nerfed Llamas Review Hot on the heels of my review of Full Moon Features’ 1994 gem Oblivion, is this review for a beast of entirely different nature, The Pit and the Pendulum. Whereas Oblivion was a fun sci-fi western action comedy mash-up, The Pit and the Pendulum is a straight up erotic horror film. This just shows the depth of the content that Full Moon Features has on display. It is easy to find just about any type of movie in their catalog:…

Oblivion: the Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Oblivion: the Official Nerfed Llamas Review – It’s like Firefly… only better in nearly every way! I know. I know. Lots of browncoats love them some Firefly. I have famously, and to the chagrin of many of my friends, never seen the “magic” that they see in Firefly. I suppose it can easily be explained as part of the Whedon-effect, but that doesn’t work on me as I find Joss Whedon’s shows to be wildly mediocre for the most part (there are exceptions, and yes Buffy and Angel are good enough).…

Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff by Michael Nesmith – Nerfed Llamas Review

Infinite Tuesday: An Autobiographical Riff by Michael Nesmith – Nerfed Llamas Review It is no secret that I am a fan of Michael Nesmith’s artistic endeavors. On this blog alone I have reviewed Tape Heads (a comedic feature film with John Cusack & Tim Robbins that Nesmith produced) and I have highlighted 30 of Papa Nez’s best tracks spanning the majority of his music performing career. Bottom line: I love me some Nez. As a mere mortal of 40 years of age, my appreciation for Nesmith came directly from watching…

Shut Eye Season One: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @shuteyeonhulu

Shut Eye Season One: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review New series on streaming services seam to pop up weekly these days. In fact, it seems impossible to keep up with all of the amazing content that is being put out on Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and all of the other streaming services. I have gotten to a point where I scan trailers nearly as often as I sit down to watch TV shows and movies. A lot of the trailers for TV series don’t initially catch my eye. As I…

Westworld On Film & HBO’s New Series: Why You Should Be Watching #Westworld

Westworld On Film & HBO’s New Series: Why You Should Be Watching #Westworld Yesterday marked the debut of HBO’s re-imagined Westworld television series, and to celebrate the launch I sat through the classic film Westworld and then watched the series premiere on HBO Now directly thereafter. Hindsight being 20/20, I feel that this was probably the best way I could have experienced the premiere. There is a foundation that is superbly laid down by the feature film, which gives a clear vision of what the company Delos Destinations is, how…

Movies You Should Be Watching: Comic Book the Movie @HamillHimself

Movies You Should Be Watching: Comic Book the Movie – I Am Impervious To Pain! When I watch a film, it is primarily for the entertainment value, pure and simple. A lot of film connoissuers are all about the drama, subtext, and emotional weight of the movies that they love, and that is specifically what they look for in the motion pictures that they tend to watch. Those “heavy” type of flicks just aren’t for me. There’s enough drama in everyday life, well acted out by the people all around us…

The Monkees – Good Times: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @theMonkees

The Monkees – Good Times: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – Still Monkee-ing Around After 50 Years If you had told me on January 1st 2016 that not only would the Monkees release a brand new album (their first new album in 20 years) but that it would be a serious contender for my album of the year, I would have told you that you were crazy. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Monkees. Their brand of jangle-bubblegum-pop from the sixties is a tremendous list of amazing songs. Daydream…

Dollman Vs Demonic Toys: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror

Dollman Vs Demonic Toys: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – The Incredible Shrinking Movie! I have been building up to this review from the first week of my month long celebration of Full Moon Features. I started with a review of Bad Channels, a delightful sci-fi comedy about an Alien, a radio station, and miniaturized babes! Shortly thereafter I reviewed Dollman, about a cop from another planet that travels through a wormhole to our world to catch a nefarious villain, however the cop has a problem: on earth, he’s only…

Killjoy: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror

Killjoy: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – There Are Winners & Losers, And Then There’s Whatever The Hell This Is… Today’s review comes on special request from a follower on Twitter, which if you aren’t following me on there – click here and see what you’ve been missing. Today’s review is for the clown themed horror film Killjoy, and if you’ve ever wanted to know if it was good movie or not, then allow me to spoil the bottom line for you right now: it is not. I go into…