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Dutch Movie Review
In this little-known John Hughes comedy, Ed O’Neill is the crass, no-nonsense Al Bun-- I mean, Dutch Dooley. His new girlfriend has a son who’s been a bit too influenced by his snot-nosed father, and Dutch agrees to escort the boy home for Thanksgiving, not knowing the horrors that lie in wait...
Liar Liar Movie Review
Fletcher Reede is an up-and-coming lawyer with a promising career and a terrible family life. It’s all about to change when his son makes a wish for him to stop lying, in what is possibly the most depressing plot MacGuffin used for massive comedic effect in the history of cinema.
Team America Movie Review
What happens when the demented geniuses behind South Park make a movie specifically to lampoon the United State’s 2000’s-era foreign policy? You get, quite simply, the most raunchy, profane, over-the-top movie ever made (with puppets).
Beetlejuice Movie Review
This funny and spooky mashup from Tim Burton’s breakout period in the 80s is still a classic today. It’s classic Burton, with animation and art that can’t be mistaken. Be wary though, even though this movie is rated PG, it’s not really for little kids. But mom and dad will have a blast.
Army of Darkness Movie Review
The final and most shameless film of the Evil Dead trilogy makes for an instant Halloween classic. Rather than being a flat-out slasher flick like the previous movies, Army of Darkness takes us on a dark and twisted fantasy adventure that makes it the perfect epic ending for Giggleween!
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil Movie Review
Ever watch those scary movies starring genetically-surplused mountain people torturing pretty young white people? Scary Funny Month continues with a look at the other side of the equation, and asks the question we never wondered - what’s a regular day in the life of those people like?
Shaun of the Dead Movie Review
What would a modern-day zombie apocalypse look like from the average Joe’s perspective? Turns out, it’s a bit less heroic and a bit more practical than other movies would have you think. This new Giggleween classic is a relentless blend of humor and gore, and is worth seeing at least twice.
Hocus Pocus Movie Review
The year is 1693 The Sanderson sisters, having nothing better to do other than whatever people did back then, have decided to become witches. When they’re caught and murdered, they vow in the form of a curse. it takes 300 years, but they’re reincarnated… in the 90s. Maybe they were better off dead.
Thank You For Smoking Movie Review
Satire is break dancing of humor: everyone thinks they can do it, but only a few do it well. Thankfully, for all the “satire” movie equivalents of drunk white dudes trying to do the robot, we have movies like Thank You for Smoking, which serve those poser films with its funky fresh moves.
Movie Review - Clue
How do you know when a particular board game is popular? Not when Parker Brothers buys it. Not when it sells millions of copies. Not when the game has been around for decades. No, it’s when the director of The Blues Brothers and Animal House co-writes a flop movie about it.
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