Retro Review: Michael Schultz’ Martial Arts Epic ‘The Last Dragon’ Turns 30 Today

As we take another spin around the films that came out in 1985, it’s hard to pass up an 80s cult  classic like Michael Schultz‘ (or should I say Barry Gordy‘s) The Last Dragon. The 80s were an interesting time for martial arts films. Since Bruce Lee’s death in 1973, the genre lingered in the exploitation realm with no bona Read More →

HBO GO New Movies – 3/1/15: Movie Duos & Trios of Fast Cars, Clint Eastwood Westerns & Hobbits

Happy March 1st! A lot of new movies are available today are a duo or parts in a series together.

Michael’s Best Sports Movies of All Time

Oh no! Another Best of List from Petrocs! Yes yes…its that time again..another subjective list to open the floodgates and allow for some spirited discussions on what is included, what was omitted, and what the hell was I thinking! This time we are going to tackle the sports movies and see if we can nail down a list that most Read More →

50 Snowy Movies for a Cold Weekend – The Reel Big Show

It’s hard to keep track of all the movies we talked about in this episode. It was so much fun to think of them! Below you’ll find them all. Please let us know in the comments what your favorite snow movie is!

Jeremy’s Review: ‘4 Minute Mile’ Comes Up A Bit Short At The Finish Line

When it comes to sports movies, they are hard to tackle because you have to be careful of all of the cliches that can arise. You have hundreds of movies and at least a hundred years of the sports themselves to provide all the material you need to deep six a film about one. When I think of hockey, I Read More →