Save the Screens The Obscure flashes back to the time of mouse-balls and antenna toppers to talk about the world of Screen Savers! Don’t get lost on that Information Super Highway.
Save the Screens
Red Cliff – Parts I & II The milestone tenth installment of The DVD Shelf Foreign Flix is the biggest episode yet as ancient Chinese history and legends are brought to life in the epic two-part war drama, Red Cliff, which was helmed by internationally renowned action director, John Woo.
Red Cliff – Parts I & II
The D-List: Top 8 Songs Shorter Than 20 Seconds Each Dave somehow spends ten minutes discussing less than three minutes worth of song. He might not the most efficient person.
The D-List: Top 8 Songs Shorter Than 20 Seconds Each
Episode 13: Because of the Rosen Hosted by The Rosen Hacker. Featuring TBelle, Ryan Hipp, and Mikey Insanity…who I apparently forgot to put in the credits.
Episode 13: Because of the Rosen
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare [Critical Review] I take a look at the latest Call of Duty for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Fans of the franchise will love this but has Sledgehammer done enough to convert the series’ naysayers?
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare [Critical Review]
Fight Club Let’s break a couple rules…
Fight Club
Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man (1943) Charlie and Haley witness the match of the century…or 1943, at least, when they watch Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man!
Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man (1943)
The Films Of Ti West Someone’s gotta call this guy out on his bulls**t… might as well be us.
The Films Of Ti West
The Lost Cloverfield Theory – Generally Quick Spazz talks about how one of his favorite TV shows might be connected to one of his favorite monster movies!
The Lost Cloverfield Theory – Generally Quick
The Mummy’s Tomb (1942) Charlie and Haley venture back to the terror of ancient Egypt with 1942′s The Mummy’s Tomb!
The Mummy’s Tomb (1942)