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MOVIE REVIEW: The Avengers

The Pigs are back! With a vengeance! After being scared away from the multiplexes by Nic Cage and his Ghost Rider 2, the boys finally got up the guts to go to a movie theater to see The Avengers. True to their cranky nature, they had their reservations…but turns out everybody is right about this picture. It’s a good time! The Pigs return to cinematic bliss…which we’re sure will last at least until they take in Battleship.

MOVIE REVIEW: Fast Five

The Film Pigs start summer off with a happy bang when they see Fast Five! The Rock sweats, the Diesel burns, the Tyrese looks great, and the Walker…I don’t know, talks sometimes. Also, the Pigs discuss what they’ve seen lately and get all up in your listicle with a very, very special guest! (She’s crazy sexy, so check it out one time, won’t you?)

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MOVIE REVIEW: The Expendables (2010)

The Film Pigs really enjoy thick, veiny things that are constantly shooting and exploding. What? No, not that! You’re sick! We’re talking about Sylvester Stallone, the last guy on Earth who can still make action movies without resorting to nonsense plot devices involving dream states or rich people in superhero costumes. This guy can blow stuff up for no good reason. That’s what makes him a real man, people. (IMDb)

Featured Film Pigs Listicle: Favorite Dumb 80s Action Movie

MOVIE REVIEW: Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)

The Film Pigs see Hot Tub Time Machine and party like its 1986!

Like those flash-sideways-es on the last season of Lost where the characters live out different lives in a parallel universe, the Film Pigs go to a movie during the daylight, are sober, and enjoy the picture!

Also, it’s revealed that Skelton’s 1996 Honda Civic is like a cork that prevents the smoke monster from destroying all life on earth. Which might explain why he’s got that broken Egyptian statue in his trunk.

Featured Film Pigs Listicle: Favorite Crispin Glover Performance

Straight-to-DVD Corner with Tonn Slingdog: Wrong Turn 2

I wasn’t a big fan of the original theatrical release, Wrong Turn. It was okay, I suppose, just a silly rip-off of Texas Chainsaw Massacre that was trying to be as disturbing as that classic, but the inbred mountain folk terrorizing the bland pretties had some rather silly looking prosthetic make-ups and made lots of noises that sounded like seventh-graders making fun of people with Down Syndrome.¬† Continue reading Straight-to-DVD Corner with Tonn Slingdog: Wrong Turn 2