Author: Tiki God

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Killzone

Killzone: With Kal Weber, Taylor Lawrence, Tom Clarke Hill, Sean Pertwee. The Helghans have rebuilt their planet after the first Helghan War and have attacked the ISA on the colony planet Vekta, who are heavily outnumbered. Captain Jan Templar and his squad are sent to find the ISA operative. I have extremely vague memories of playing this game back when I owned a PS2 20 years ago, but I know that I never finished it, because that entire stack of games was stolen during a house party when I was in college, along with Time Splitters and Aqua Aqua. I...

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Home Sweet Home Alone

Home Sweet Home Alone: Directed by Dan Mazer. With Ellie Kemper, Rob Delaney, Archie Yates, Aisling Bea. A married couple tries to steal back a valuable heirloom from a troublesome kid. This is the 5th or 6th film in the franchise and while I think they’ve beaten the dead horse into a fine dust, this isn’t a bad film, and now I’m wondering what it would look like if Disney just had a new version of the movie out every couple years with an completely different cast, difference creative team, and different set of circumstances. This time around there’s no...

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The Trial of the Incredible Hulk

The Trial of the Incredible Hulk: Directed by Bill Bixby. With Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Marta DuBois, Nancy Everhard. When Banner is held as a witness to a violent crime linked to the Kingpin, the fugitive is helped by lawyer Matt Murdock who is also the superhero, Daredevil. This is the movie that I actually meant to buy, as it features Stan “The Man” Lee as one of the random jury members during a dream sequence trial of the Incredible Hulk. That’s right: the name of the movie is based on something that doesn’t even ‘really’ happen in the film!...

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Spirited

Spirited: Directed by Sean Anders. With Will Ferrell, Ryan Reynolds, Octavia Spencer, Patrick Page. A musical version of Charles Dickens’s story of a miserly misanthrope who is taken on a magical journey. I wasn’t expecting a musical, but that’s what I got and I’m perfectly happy with it. It’s the same story that you’re familiar with, but with some twisted twists that are all both expected and welcomingly new. Buy On Amazon!

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The Incredible Hulk Returns

The Incredible Hulk Returns: Directed by Nicholas Corea, Bill Bixby. With Bill Bixby, Lou Ferrigno, Jack Colvin, Lee Purcell. Hopefully on the verge of curing his Hulk condition, Banner meets his colleague, Don Blake, who is mystically linked to a Viking warrior, Thor. This one has Thor in it! It’s not a terrible film and it really wears it’s comic book ambitions right there on it’s sleeve. Buy On Amazon!

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The Santa Clause 2

The Santa Clause 2: Directed by Michael Lembeck. With Tim Allen, Elizabeth Mitchell, David Krumholtz, Eric Lloyd. Scott Calvin has been a humble Santa Claus for eight years, but it might come to an end if he doesn’t find a Mrs. Claus. A novel way of keeping the “Clause” aspect of the franchise going, but I’m kinda skeeved out by the idea that Santa was using magic to convince the woman to love him, instead of allowing his completely lovable normal self to win her over. Was nice to see Elizabeth Mitchell again, it took me a minute to realize...

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The Santa Clause

The Santa Clause: Directed by John Pasquin. With Tim Allen, Judge Reinhold, Wendy Crewson, Eric Lloyd. When a man inadvertently makes Santa fall off his roof on Christmas Eve, he finds himself magically recruited to take his place. Just on the edge of inappropriate the entire movie, it never once crosses the line from heartfelt interesting Christmas movie into crass malarkey, and even ends up adding to the genre of Christmas movies that don’t suck. Buy On Amazon!

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The Invisible Maniac

The Invisible Maniac: Directed by Adam Rifkin. With Noel Peters, Savannah, Stephanie Blake, Melissa Moore. An invisible scientist escapes from an asylum and teaches high-school physics to nubile teens. Yet another trashy film with all sorts of trashy nudity, cheap sets, and a plot that works, but just barely. I’m actually reminded of Re-Animator when I think back to this film, there’s a lot of similarities, but they’re mostly on the surface. I think I have a 4k edition of this coming in the mail and it’s going to include some special features, so I look forward to any kind...

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Fortress of Amerikkka

Fortress of Amerikkka: Directed by Eric Louzil. With Gene LeBrock, Kellee Bradley, David Crane, William J. Kulzer. A rebel is planing revenge against a corrupted sheriff. Meanwhile in the nearby woods, a crazy general is leading a secret militia called “Fortress of Amerikkka” who brutally kill anyone trespassing close to their campgrounds. I’m been on a trashy movie kick lately and this perfectly fits the bill. Released in 1989, there’s plenty of weird Regan-esque politics, heavy handed messages, open racism, exotic nude women, non-exotic nude women, nude women, and absolutely jacked guys delivering one liners that make only the barest...

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Star Trek: Seekers: 3 Long Shot

A PLANET IN PERIL…As disasters and miracles multiply globally at an ever-increasing rate, it’s up to Captain Clark Terrell and his crew to shut down the experiment-gone-wrong before its storm of chaos causes the planet’s destruction. But the odds against their success—and their survival—might be too A stand alone adventure (so far at least?) that really works for me, with a bonkers story that includes some really out of the norm adventures that would actually have fit pretty perfectly as a TOS episode. I loved everything about this story! Buy On Amazon!

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