Mass Effect Andromeda – Nerfed Llamas Review @masseffect

Mass Effect Andromeda – Nerfed Llamas Review – “Pathfinder, you have new email at your terminal…” There are not many people that love the Mass Effect franchise more than I do. Equally, without a doubt… but not more. Certainly, there are folks who have gotten tattoos, created elaborate cosplay, written fan fiction, and are generally more involved in the fandom aspect than I am, but even still I would wager that they do not love the franchise (lore, characters, etc.) more than I do. To put things into perspective, let…

Ravenwolf Towers: Episode 1 – Bad Mary: the Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Ravenwolf Towers: Episode 1 – Bad Mary: the Nerfed Llamas Review – Strange things are afoot at this ol’ famous Hollywood stomping grounds… I’ve been diving pretty deep into the classic Full Moon Features catalog for my coverage this month. Given my age and upbringing, this makes a lot of sense. The vast majority of established memories of Full Moon movies come from the bygone days of VHS rentals. To that end, I’ve reviewed Oblivion (1994), The Pit and the Pendulum (1991), Cinderella (1977), Creepozoids (1987), and Spellcaster (1987) so…

Spellcaster: the Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand @adamaofficial

Spellcaster: the Nerfed Llamas Review – Don’t tread on an Ant, you’ll end up black and blue… On occasion, rare though they may be, the depth of the Full Moon Features catalog holds a hidden treasure that until I see it, I didn’t even know it existed. I know the usual suspects: Trancers, Puppet Master, Evil Bong, Subspecies, etc., and I’ve traveled off the beaten path enough to see Head of the Family, Bad Channels, The Dead Want Women, and many more oddities… but it wasn’t until I scrolled through…

Creepozoids: the Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Creepozoids: the Nerfed Llamas Review – This movie is why MST3K exists! With well over a 100 movies in their catalog, along with a dozens of classic grindhouse flicks, it can be a duanting task to pick the next Full Moon Feature to review. Sometimes I’m in the mood for action, sometimes horror, sometimes comedy, and sometimes I’m looking for a combination of the 3. However, there is another metric I use to pick the next Full Moon film to watch and review, and it’s really not all that complicated.…

Cinderella (1977): the Nerfed Llamas Review @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Cinderella (1977): the Nerfed Llamas Review – Snap, Crackle, and Pop… The first week of May is drawing to a close, but Full Moon Features month is just starting up! If you haven’t checked out the overview for this wonderfully themed month, please click the following link and return there throughout the month for any updates: 2nd Annual: May is Officially Full Moon Features Month at Nerfed Llamas! How do you follow up a sci-fi western action comedy and a period piece erotic horror movie… why with a sexy fantasy musical…

More Confessions of a VHS Rental Junkie @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

Hello, my name is Packy and I am still a recovering VHS rental junkie, and also Head Llama on this blog. This is my continuing story: This is part 2 to of a post from a year ago. Should you want to read the original post, click here: Confessions of a VHS Rental Junkie. In case you suffer from TL;DR – I am old enough to have been around for the VHS rental craze of the 80’s and 90’s… and I loved it. It was a fun discussion of a bygone…

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).…

2nd Annual: May is Officially Full Moon Features Month at Nerfed Llamas! @fullmoonhorror @RealCharlesBand

2nd Annual: May is Officially Full Moon Features Month at Nerfed Llamas! Last year I dedicated the month of May to reviews of Full Moon Features movies, discussions of the older VHS rental era, and a movie pitch for Trancers VII: Time Catches Up With Deth… still waiting for Charles Band to email me on the movie pitch. I have the script ready to go, get in touch Charles! It was a lot of fun and it gave me a great excuse to re-watch some old Full Moon classics, as well…

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…