Post Tagged with: “Paul W.S. Anderson”

SEQUELS THAT NEVER WERE: Mortal Kombat II

SEQUELS THAT NEVER WERE: Mortal Kombat II

Rod didn’t like how the Mortal Kombat films panned out. He wants to change that. 

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CULT CORNER: Event Horizon (1997)

CULT CORNER: Event Horizon (1997)

Rod goes intergalactic for what could very well be Paul W.S. Anderson’s best film. 

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SquabbleCast #17: “20 Years in Raccoon City”

SquabbleCast #17: “20 Years in Raccoon City”

Our gaming expert Rod Petrie beams in from Australia to discuss the Resident Evil franchise with Dave. Did it deserve to reach its twentieth anniversary? 

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AGAINST THE GRAIN: Soldier (1998)

AGAINST THE GRAIN: Soldier (1998)

Kurt Russell is on a mission to kill ‘em all, sir, in this underrated sci-fi actioner. 

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The Anti-Street Fighter: Revisiting Mortal Kombat

The Anti-Street Fighter: Revisiting Mortal Kombat

Rod gets into his fighting stance to stick up for Paul W.S. Anderson’s first attempt at bringing a video game to the screen. Happy twentieth!

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Resident Evil: The Games vs. The Movies

Resident Evil: The Games vs. The Movies

With another cinematic turd on the way, Rod takes us back through the Resident Evil movie franchise and where they took inspiration from the games… or ignored them completely. 

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SquabbleCast #7: “Penis Head vs. Pussy Face”

SquabbleCast #7: “Penis Head vs. Pussy Face”

RAF’s finest Ashley Knowles joins Dave for an exhaustive chat all about the Alien and Predator franchises, from their humble beginnings to their legendary statuses.

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SEQUELISED: AVP: Alien vs. Predator (2004)

SEQUELISED: AVP: Alien vs. Predator (2004)

Penis Head meets Pussy Face in the first of two unfortunate franchise crossovers. 

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REVIEW: Pompeii (2014)

REVIEW: Pompeii (2014)

A Paul W.S. Anderson film. Enough said… but read this anyway. 

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THE BLU REVIEW: Silent Hill: Revelation (2012)

THE BLU REVIEW: Silent Hill: Revelation (2012)

Two good films in a videogame franchise was clearly too much to ask. 

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