Aisle of the Damned: 10/20/17- Ryan Reynolds GIF War

Brade Lunner

Early in the 21st Century, THE WARNER BROS. CORPORATION advanced robot cinema into the NOSTALGIA phase – a movie virtually identical to a 35-year-old film. The 2049 Sequel was superior in strength and agility and at least equal in intelligence, to the cult film that spawned it. After a bloody mutiny, Bryan and Kent reviewed Blade Runner 2049. It was not retired.

They also take a look the Martin Campbell IRA triller The Foreigner, with Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan. Plus, Bryan takes a look at the TV cut of Superman: The Movie from Warner Archive. We also discuss news regarding old (Batman: The Animated Series, The Breakfast Club) and new (Snake Outta Compton, Bearmageddon) and everything in-between.

All this and less on Aisle of the Damned!

Music:
The Aquabats- Stuck in a Movie
Flock of Seagulls- I Ran (So Far Away)

Aisle of the Damned: 4/7/17- Mighty Morphin’ Wrist Cutters

What about Ranger Smith?

It’s a passionate discussion this episode as we tackle some news dripping with Sony’s flop sweat. They’re working on a stand-alone, R-rated Venom movie. Meanwhile, Warner Bros. has been talking to Joss Whedon about making a full-blown Batgirl film.

More importantly, we discuss the American remake of Ghost in the Shell and the big-screen adaptation of the ’90s kiddie kaiju show, Power Rangers. (Or is that Saban’s Power Rangers? Might depend on how you feel about adding “John Carpenter’s” to the title of films.)

We also discuss a slew of summer and fall trailers that have come out since the last episode. How are the studio marketing teams trying to sell us the biggest and smallest films of the season? Don’t forget our regular recommendations. All this and less on Aisle of the Damned!

Music:
The Aquabats- Stuck in a Movie
They Might Be Giants- Sensurround