On a brand new episode of NO-BUDGET NIGHTMARES we’re watching Jim Haggerty’s 2000 slasher film called, uh, THE SLASHER!
What age group is the first post-Endgame MCU movie perfect for? Should you take your kids to see it?
Created by Sam Levinson (Assassination Nation), produced by A24, and Drake, HBO's Euphoria manages to tackle everything 13 Reasons Why attempts to, in a much more tasteful, yet dark and mature manner.
Nearly 25 years after the celebrated original, and nine years after Toy Story 3 gave us a perfect closure to the franchise, is there any more story left to tell? And if there is, should you take your kids to see it?
Disney continues to churn out live-action versions of their classic 90s animated film slate, with Aladdin the latest to sing and dance its way into theatres. So what age is this movie most appropriate for? Find out in Jenny Bullough's latest Parental Guidance review!
Detective Pikachu is a family-friendly mystery with the added charm of imagining a world in which Pokemon are real – and sometimes solve crimes. But should you take your kids to see it?
The newest gorgeously animated feature from groundbreaking Laika (BoxTrolls, Kubo and the Two Strings) arrives in theatres this weekend, to tell a tall tale about a lonely sasquatch and the intrepid explorer who befriends him. But should you take your kids to see it?
The newest entry into the DC Universe swoops into theatres this weekend, but given DC's penchant for grim and gritty what age is Shazam! right for?
On this episode of No-Budget Nightmares, it’s a Something Weird (and Moe Porne) favourite, 1969’s DRACULA (THE DIRTY OLD MAN)
This week's episode of No-Budget Nightmares features an alternate title – because the actual movie title is nasty. Really nasty. And unpleasant, like the film. You've been warned!
It’s episode 84 of No-Budget Nightmares and we’re doing another Patreon Special: 555!
We chat with Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky about Sex Criminals, the first sex comedy comic, out on September 4th.
From her BDSM roots to 1960’s political activism, to her modern day New 52 reincarnation, Wonder Woman is no stranger to sensationalism. We talk with Yanick Paquette about Wonder Woman: Earth One, his upcoming book with Grant Morrison that's guaranteed to cause a stir.