Chris Sims: Welcome back to our two-part review of 1996's Barb Wire, everyone, and let's be honest here, Matt: Do you think anyone has ever done a two-part review of Barb Wire before?
Matt Wilson: I can imagine a scenario in which someone passed out from lack of oxygen to the brain about an hour in.Chris: It's really just our stubborn insistence on cataloging everything that doesn't
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome back to our in-depth review series of movies based on the independent superheroes of the '90s! Today, we're heading back to 1996 for Pamela Anderson's starring role in an action movie, and I just want to confess this right up front: When I was a teen, I definitely had a Barb Wire poster on my bedroom door.
Chris Sims: Welcome back to what I am 100% sure is the most in-depth review of 1995's Tank Girl you are likely to find! When we last left off, Girls Tank and Jet had just gotten their namesake vehicles and discovered that Tank Girl's pal Sam was being held at some kind of post-apocalyptic bordello. Meanwhile, Malcolm McDowell had lost an arm and a fac
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome to ComicsAlliance's in-depth review series on the indie superhero movies of the '90s. This week, we're starting in on 1995's Tank Girl, a movie that features Ice-T as a mutant kangaroo. Somehow, I managed to forget this fact for the past eighteen yea
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome back to our grand tour of the '90s superhero movies. This week, we're starting in on 1995's Judge Dredd, and I am not looking forward to what we're about to see.
Chris Sims: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance vs. The '90s and our in-depth review of 1994's The Mask, starring Jim Carrey, Cameron Diaz and a healthy amount of mid-90s CGI. When we last left off, our pal Stanley Ipkiss was in a heap of t
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome to ComicsAlliance vs. The '90s, our in-depth review series on some of the films of that era based on independent superheroes. Today, we're heading back to 1994 for
Chris Sims: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance vs. the '90s and our review of 1991's The Rocketeer! When we last left off, the daring Cliff Secord was about to jetpack his way across Los Angeles to save his girlfriend, Jenny, who was unknowingly in the clutches of the evil Timothy Dalton. Well. She knows she's in his clutches, just not that
Chris Sims: Hello everyone, and welcome to the first installment of ComicsAlliance vs. The '90s! We asked for your votes on what our next series of movie reviews should be, and as usual, you decided to heap on the suffering by pitting us against a series of blockbusters based on indie comics from the '90s. Fortunately for us, we've actually got a goo
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