Archive for Mike Noyes

Blu-ray Review: Allan Quatermain and the Lost City of Gold

Sharon StoneUSA : 1985Réalisateur : Jack Lee Thompson If you’ve ever been sitting around thinking of what kind of movie you want to watch and you thought, “Gee, I wanted to watch an Indiana Jones film, but I want it to suck and I don’t wan »»

Blu-ray Review: Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts

I’m a big fan of DC/Warner Bros. animated film world, especially when it comes to Batman. Which is why I a little confused by their latest offering. »»

SFIFF - Theory of Obscurity: A film about The Residents: A Review

How to get to know the strangest/greatest band you’ve never heard of »»

Blu-ray Review: Batman Vs Robin

Following the events of Son Of Batman... »»

Blu-ray Review: Vice

In what feels like Westworld meets Blade Runner, Vice stars Bruce Willis, Ambyr Childers and Thomas Jane who oddly enough seems to be channeling an 80s Michael Lambert. »»

What We Do In The Shadows - Review

Imagine if Christopher Guest made mockumentary about Vampires. »»

Blu-ray Review: Dying of the Light

With his latest film, and first since The Canyons, Schrader lost control of the film to the studio and had no say in the final edit of the film. Schrader along with stars Nicolas Cage and Antony Yelchin and executive producer Nicolas Winding Refn (who was originally supposed to direct the script written by Schrader) have publicly disowned this version of the film. »»

Blu-ray Review: Justice League: Throne Of Atlantis

If you’re an Aquaman fan you’ll most likely enjoy this film more than I did. »»

Unboxing: Justice League: Throne of Atlantis

Check out the box shots! »»

Blu-ray Review: Horns

Ig (Daniel Radcliffe) is a wreck of a man after his girlfriend is murdered and everyone thinks he did it. »»

Mike Noyes' Top 10 for 2014

Marvel, animation and comedy make up a big part of Mike's list. »»

Peter Jackson Milks Tolkien For All He’s Worth With The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies: A Review

This really is the last of Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings films… or is it? »»

Blu-ray Review: Nightbreed, The Director’s Cut

I never got around to seeing Nightbreed until now that his director’s cut has been released. »»

DVD Review: Demons 2

The sequel does everything a sequel should, it continues the story, it ups the anti, it goes bigger, and in this case, it goes gorier. »»

Blu-ray Review: Batman (The Complete Television Series)

This set is most definitely a must own for all the Batman fans out there. »»

DVD Review: Demons

Demons feels very much like a zombie film, without being a zombie film. »»

DVD Review: Garfield Holiday Collection

Five of Garfield's crazy holiday specials. »»

Disney explores the deep emotion of loss with Big Hero 6 - A Review

A superhero film with a lot of heart. »»

DVD Review: Grace Kelly Collection

A great place to start if you are new to discovering the talent that is Grace Kelly. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Walking Dead (The Complete Fourth Season)

One of the stronger seasons of the series, this Walking Dead set has a good assortment of special features. »»

Terry Gilliam's The Zero Theorem Not For First Timers - A Review

A Terry Gilliam film ... not for the uninitiated. »»

Blu-ray Review: Godzilla 2000

One of the great things about Godzilla 2000 is that it still utilizes guys in costumes. »»

Blu-ray Review: Rebirth Of Mothra I, II, III

Being geared for kids these three Mothra tales take on a different focus than other Kaiju films, having a much lighter story, while still having some great monster battles. »»

Blu-ray Review: Open Grave

If you like genre horror, do yourself a favor and check out Open Grave. »»

DVD Review: Enemy

A doppelganger thriller that's not as intense as the director makes it out to be. »»

Blu-ray Review: Elvis: That's The Way It Is

Regardless, Elvis: That’s The Way It Is is a great concert film that gives all of those who never had a chance to The King live a glimpse into how amazing a stage performer he really was. »»

Blu-ray Review: Viva Las Vegas (50th Anniversary)

The plot is silly, the performances are okay, but it's got a great song in “Viva Las Vegas”. »»

DVD Review: The Raid 2

Incredible action overshadows simple crime tale. »»

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