That guy who does Bad Movie Beatdown and Projector and occasionally other TGWTG stuff rambles about things that are too long for Twitter.

I pop up in Nostalgia Critic/MikeJ’s Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance video, so here’s me taking on the original Ghost Rider, where Nicolas Cage sets his head (and career) on fire!

Originally posted: September 19th, 2011

I gladly let in an unrecognizable Dan Stevens from Downton Abbey in The Guest, in this sleazily enjoyable throwback to 80s horror-thrillers from Adam Wingard, the director of You’re Next, and this year’s cool cult movie.

US Release Date: September 17th (cinemas) 

Get the behind the scenes scoop on the latest Nostalgia Critic episode on Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, including even more of my cameo!

Nicole Kidman and Colin Firth re-team after The Railway Man for the amnesia thriller Before I Go To Sleep, based on the worldwide bestselling book by S.J. Watson, and co-starring Mark Strong, but I think the film isn’t especially memorable.

US Release Date: October 31st (cinemas)

Another bit requested by several of you :)

Ghost Rider 2 Review 

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Part 1 of 3.

MikeJ teams up with the Nostalgia Critic to take on Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, and I have a bit of a sad…

I discover even 80 minutes can be a long time with Jason Bateman romantic comedy The Longest Week, that turns out to be a blatant attempt to clone Wes Anderson in disguise. If Bateman wanted to be in one of Anderson’s movies, maybe he should try starring in one.

US Release Date: September 5th (cinemas)

jfsredhead asked:

so film brain are u goign to be reviewign american carol?

When the political climate cools down. Right now is not a good time for it.