Chris Voyage talks about the Batman movie featuring Mr. Freeze…no, the OTHER one.
Ink gives you his thoughts on the recent news of Wonder Woman’s casting in the upcoming Man of Steel Sequel.
Note: Ink’s thoughts are less focused on the actress and more focused on the use of Wonder Woman.
Yup…it got that sequel.
The Man of Steel inspired special comes to a close…sort of. It’s about freakin’ TIME!
NNTV’s look at all things Superman continues.
Silver decides to prep for Man of Steel the only way he knows how. Then things get…interesting. Part 1 of a 4 part NetworkNextTV Special.
Ink may not know a lot about the Teen Titans but he does know a lot about characters and this is one he likes.
Ink happily goes over what little X-Men knowledge he has.
Silver gets ready to review a movie featuring is favorite superhero when he receives and unexpected guest.
Jimmy TR finally tackles a film that is almost literally spiritual to him – Gojira (1954), and its American adaptation, Godzilla (1956), as part of the TGWTG Godzilla Crossover Project (http://x.co/ZillaViews). This is NOT a typical JTR review, so, please be open on this one. As always, thank you for watching, and thank you for a great 2012!
Watch the movie. Watch the remake. Fight the good fight.
Welcome to This Means W.A.R. – Watching A Remake with AlanahSees. Put on your war paint and choose your weapon, because in this holiday special review show, Alanah faces down Theme-y moments, brotherly love, violent femmes and a really bad rap. Are you ready for W.A.R.?
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You’re watching a ThatRuled production — you’re awesome.
CyniCritic lightens up a bit for the holidays by watching a dark comedy, but Jimmy TR refuses to be left out.
Jimmy & Cynic comment on the process of making the Spy Kids 3 review, and allude to future collaborations.
Could the Cynic possibly be reviewing a good movie this time? And a superhero flick, at that?! …well…”superhero” flick.
I’d say this is fairly accurate.
Jimmy tackles one of his favorite martial arts films, Jean-Claude Van Damme’s debut, Bloodsport. Lao Che never had it so good. This episode also marks the official debut of the new That Ruled theme song, written by Sam Bean of The Senseless!
The Inkritic reviews a cartoon based on a team of superheroes he honestly never cared all that much about…but he’d be a douche to dock it points just for that…wait…the Continuity Hiccup AGAIN?
The incoherent ramblings of the producer who can’t shut up about random things when he should be talking about a review.