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…

Doctor Mordrid: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @jeffreycombs

Doctor Mordrid: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – Wherein We Discover That Glitter Glue Is Used In Dimension Warping Spells! I had initially intended to review Dollman Vs. Demonic Toys today, but circumstances have pushed that off a few days. I’ve been viewing most of the Full Moon flicks that I’ve reviewed this month via their streaming service, and Dollman Vs. Demonic Toys (which I have reviewed Dollman & Demonic Toys already) is not currently available on the service, but it’s getting added on Thursday. The show must go on,…

Subspecies: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Subspecies: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – The “we’re smarter than we look” edition… As we sprint into the home stretch on my month long tribute to Full Moon Features, I wanted to be sure to highlight at least one more of the classic franchises. I had already reviewed Demonic Toys (and will likely review Dollman Vs. Demonic Toys tomorrow), so I didn’t necessarily want to review a Puppet Master film, as they have a number of similarities. There are quite a few Full Moon gems from the late 80s and…

Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror

Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – Yes Virginia, that is the actual title of the movie Another day in May is another wonderful reason to continue the month long celebration of the robust catalog of films made by Full Moon Features! After dipping fairly heavy into the horror side of Full Moon recently, I felt that it would be a nice change of pace to try a pure comedy flick. Although not as well known for comedy as they are for horror and…

Thoughts on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 4 @jedwhedon @MoTancharoen @Marvel

Thoughts on the direction that Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. season 4 could take – #itsallconnected 2.0 *** SPOILER FREE: This posting will be spoiler free – so feel free to read safely with the knowledge that if you haven’t seen the series or the season 3 finale, I won’t ruin any of it for you. ***  I have one, and only one, must-watch live network TV show, and that is Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D which is currently broadcast Tuesday evenings on ABC. It is no secret that I am a fan…

Head of the Family: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror

Head of the Family: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – Infidelity, Mutants, and Otis… OH MY! Today I’ll be reviewing a Full Moon features flick requested by a reader: Head of the Family. I was aware of this film back in the 90s, but I never got around to watching it. Most readers 25 and under will likely never know how difficult it was to see obscure movies during the heyday of the VHS rental era. In many ways, the viewer was shackled to the limitations of the video rental…

The Dead Want Women: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror

The Dead Want Women: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – What In The World Did I Just Watch? Full Disclosure: I haven’t watched many of the modern Full Moon Feature films. They dropped off my radar around 2002 when Trancers 6 was released. My understanding is during that time they were going through a rather large transition. The old VHS/DVD rental model was slowly dying out and in a bid to keep up with the changes in how movies were viewed, Full Moon Features went through some re-branding and other necessary…

Trancers – City Of Lost Angels: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Trancers – City Of Lost Angels: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review Hot on the heels of my review of Trancers II yesterday, and then the late night additional review of Captain America: Civil War, I thought I’d do myself a favor and take it easy today. I didn’t want to skip the day entirely, but I wanted to take on a smaller challenge as it were. I am nearing the halfway point of my month long celebration of the storied independent low budget film studio Full Moon Features, and I…

Captain America: Civil War: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @Marvel #TeamCap

Captain America: Civil War: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – The Bromance Awakens Much like my review for Batman V Superman, at first I wasn’t going to write it, and then I was, but then I wasn’t again, and now here we are and I’ve already gone ahead and written the datgumm thing. If you are a regular to this blog, then you know that I’m doing a month long tribute to Full Moon Features. As such, I didn’t want this review to take away from my dedication to that…

Trancers II: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Trancers II: The Official Nerfed Llamas Review – More Deth is Always a Very Good Thing If you have been with this blog since the very beginning well over a year ago, then you likely already know that the first film review I ever did was for the movies Trancers, which you can read here. I love the Trancers series, in a huge way. I owned them on VHS, then on DVD, and also as they come out on Blu-Ray (currently only the first three are available to date in…