DTV Heaven: Scooby Doo and the Witch’s Ghost (text review)

Perhaps this is a strange trait to have, but I actually still enjoy Scooby Doo. Yeah, its simple and cheesy for the most part, but it was a fun kind of mystery series that was a solid show for children. I’m apparently not the only one who likes the franchise, as Hanna Barbera has repeatedly released and rebooted the franchise, with the newest production of Scooby Doo: Mystery Incorporated. However, in the early 2000’s, the first of what would be a series of direct-to-DVD movies was released. They eventually became tired and boring, but the first few movies actually managed to be an attempt to bring the franchise into the modern age. It may not have succeeded fantastically, but they warrant a watch even now for the things they do get right. Continue reading

DTV Hell: The 41 Year Old Virgin Who… ugh, long title is long. (text review)

The stars are nearly right. I may well begin doing video reviews shortly, as well as a couple Let’s Plays I’ve been wanting to do for a while now, but haven’t had the opportunity. But, for now, business before pleasure. And when it comes to this film, pleasure is the furthest thing from my vocabulary. Continue reading

DTV Hell: The Time Changer (text review)

First, a disclaimer. The content and opinions of this blog or any of my reviews do not necessarily reflect those of any of the websites which host them. With that out of the way, time for a terrible Christian movie.

While sitting bored at my third-shift job on weekends a couple years back, I saw an advertisement on Trinity Broadcasting for what looked like a strangely interesting Christian movie. The film was called The Time Changer, and featured a bible seminary professor traveling though time to, I could only assume, bring forth the return of Cthulhu to wipe all life from our insignificant speck of a planet. Well, actually, that would have been a much more interesting film, but instead we got a flawed pile of something that actually makes me more likely to hate God than to follow his orders. Continue reading