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  1. Why Rocky IV is the Greatest Movie Ever Made

    We here at Killer Reviews always like to joke about the Hollywood knuckleheads pulling the strings. You know who we're talking about. The guys in the suits up on the 30th floor who research popular trends and study demographics and figure out how they can work this stuff into films. You know....reach a larger audience. Make more ka-ching. These are the guys who propose that a giant doughnut should be ...

    Updated 03-06-2012 at 12:18 AM by brainchomper

  2. BC's Soundtrack Reviews #6: JAWS and Lord of Illusions

    JAWS - John Williams (1975)

    Available at Screen Archives

    PSYCHO! It's perhaps the only piece of film music ingrained into the minds of pop culture the likes of JAWS. Whether or not you've ever snuck up on your girlfriend in the shower with a knife and imitated the high pitch shrieks is debatable. What's not debatable is at some point or another, you've definitely been in the ocean, a pool ...

    Updated 01-17-2012 at 07:22 AM by Butcher

  3. The Killer Picking Adventures of Brain Chomper - Episode 2 "Pots and Pans"

    So if any of you have ever had a house warming party, you know that your guests usually fly off to Wal-Mart the day before the party and pick you up whatever looks housewarmingly; i.e.....a pots and pans set, a knife set, a coffee maker and whatever else they can find. Though the gesture is always nice, the problem here is that Wal-Mart's products are usually of shit quality. Here lies the problem which leads us to B.C.'s picking adventure #2.

    Now I love KaylaCap's mom to death, ...

    Updated 12-15-2011 at 11:09 AM by brainchomper

  4. BC's Soundtrack Reviews #5: Gremlins and Prophecy

    Gremlins: Jerry Goldsmith (1984)

    Available At Film Score Monthly

    It's sometimes said that a film composer is only as good as the movie he's scoring. If this is true, it makes sense why some consider Jerry Goldsmith to be the greatest film composer to have ever lived. Put this into perspective for a second; at the time Goldsmith was composing the score to Joe Dante's 1984 black comedy ...

    Updated 12-08-2011 at 07:19 AM by Butcher

  5. BC's Soundtrack Reviews #4: The Deadly Spawn

    The Deadly Spawn - Michael Perilstein/Ken Walker (1983)

    Available at Perseverance Records

    Ahhh...the 80's. A glorious time when a band like Motley Crue could self produce their first album for nothing and have it take off. A time when low budget success films like 'The Blair Witch Project' and 'Paranormal Activity' weren't a phenomenon, but a pretty common occurrence. A time when ...

    Updated 11-20-2011 at 02:04 PM by brainchomper

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