April 2nd, 2017
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Resident Evil: Apocalypse is the second entry in the never-ending film series based on the classic 90's video game of the same name. The movie opens where the last film left off. Raccoon City is being overrun by the undead while the evil Umbrella Corporation scrambles to isolate the situation. After closing the city off and evacuating their own people, they set in motion a plan to nuke the city and eradicate the T-Virus before it can spread beyond the city's limits. Meanwhile, Alice, the survior of the Hive incident, awakens in a lab, where she has been mysteriously experimented on. Now, equipped with new abilities and sweet kung fu moves, she meets up with a group of survivors lead by STARS member Jill Valentine and her quickly dying partner. The group soon realizes that they have but one hope to get out of Raccoon City alive... they must save the daughter of the man who created the T-Virus and bring her to safety before dawn. This film continues our newest tradition of reviewing movies in which a comatose Milla Jovovich must keep a child safe while karate chopping supernatural beings and using a motorcycle to bring down bad guys. We're hoping the tradition continues. Grab your bazooka, GET TO THE CHOPPA, and join us as we drop a nuke on Resident Evil: Apocalypse!
Stop the Movie returns with our review of Mortal Kombat: Annihilation! Picking off where the first movie left off, Annihilation finds our Mortal Kombat-ers returning home after enduring Mortal Kombat, only to be confronted by their mortal enemy, Shao Kahn! Kahn has been sent to Earth from his own dimension to destroy our heroes and claim the realm as his own. Then some people fight a bunch and the credits mercifully roll. The end. Grab your metal arms, jump in your subterranean hamster wheel, and join us as we FINISH Mortal Kombat: Annihilation!
Welcome to our latest installment of "Horror-able Halloween"! This time around we return to the Texas Chainsaw franchise with the very first sequel, Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2! It's 13 years after the frightening events of the first film, and the Sawyer family has all but disappeared, leaving only pockets of grisly chainsaw-related massacres in their wake. After a fateful game of "Chicken", the family's biggest threat, a former Texas Ranger named Lefty (Dennis Hopper) finally finds himself on their trail, all while an innocent radio DJ gets caught up in their deadly game of cat-and-mouse. Grab your chainsaw, turn on the football game, and join us as we have NAM FLASHBACKS with Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2!
London Has Fallen in this week's much teased episode of Stop the Movie! Gerard Butler is back as America's most incorrigible Secret Service agent Mike Banning, who is once again tasked with keeping President Asher alive in dire consequences. When the Prime Minister of England dies mysteriously (but not mysterious enough to be investigated even a little), the leaders of the world are summoned to his funeral. Unfortunately for 99% of the leaders, they don't have Mike Banning on their side, so they're mercilessly killed. President Asher barely escapes with his life, but he's not out of the woods yet. Now Banning must protect the most important person in the free world from being hunted in the streets of London. Grab your RPGs, type in your access codes, and join us as we get a little too stabby with London Has Fallen!
And now, the thrilling conclusion of our Batman v Superman review!
This week's episode really doesn't need a whole lot of introduction, so just sit back and enjoy the first of our 2 part review of Batman v Superman!
Milla Jovovich makes her Stop The Movie debut in 2006's Ultraviolet. Jovovich plays Violet, a vampire in a futuristic dystopian society in which her kind are in a state of war with the uninfected. Her people are almost on the brink of extinction when she is tasked with stealing a weapon from the government, one that she is told will be used against the vampires in order to finally wipe them out. She soon discovers that she was lied to, and the object she steals is actually a human child... one which she must now protect with all of her lives, no matter how many terrible CGI battles she has to get into. We're told that there is a much longer "Director's Cut" of this film that explains everything much more clearly, but we'll be damned if we'll ever watch it. Grab your nose plugs, brush your fangs, and join us as we infect Ultraviolet!
Jennifer Lopez returns with a vengeance in this week's episode review of Enough! Lopez plays "Slim", a woman who meets a guy in the diner she's working in, falls in love, gets married, has a kid, and embarks on what seems to be the perfect life. After years of wedded bliss, she discovers that everything she knew about her relationship is a lie. She soon becomes the victim of domestic abuse, a concept that is much too heavy and real for what this movie does with it. After being chased around the country by her obsessive and abusive husband, she decides to take things into her own hands, turning to the one thing that all abused women eventually turn to when they've finally had enough... UFC fighting. That's right, UFC fighting. No, really... UFC... fighting... Slim goes from a semi-realistic portrayal of a battered woman to Matthew Fox in Alex Cross in no time at all. Grab your wigs, don't call the cops no matter what, and join us as we change our identities and run as far as we can from Enough!
Gods of Egypt is a 2016 video game cut scene that tells the story of an "alternative Egypt", where the skin is white and the accents are varied. The lands is ruled by gods, who are giants with gold for blood. Current king Osiris is passing down the throne to his son Horus, when his brother Set decides to crash the party. After killing his brother and tearing out his nephew's eyes, he takes over the kingdom, enslaving the population and making life miserable for everyone. When a young man named Bek and his girlfriend Zaya plot to steal Horus' powers back from Set in order to give him the ability to take back his kingdom, things go wrong and Zaya is killed. Now, Bek must team up with an ornery Horus in order to overthrow Set and and rescue Zaya from the underworld before she's forced to cross over into the afterlife. This movie makes Hercules look like the most historically accurate film of all time. Grab your god spear, erect an obelisk in Andy Wolf's honor, and join us as we tear the brain out of Gods of Egypt!