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The Nostalgia Critic teams up with Phelous as they take a look at the classic slasher film, Child's Play. Even though they claim that they can see people getting scared by this movie, they still find it to be pretty silly.
Done entirley in rhyme, the Nostalgia Critic reviews the live action adaptation to the classic Dr. Seuss story, How the Grinch stole Christmas. He talks about how it's an insult to the original story and is shocked to discover that there are many people out there who actually enjoy it.
It's Christmas time again and the Nostalgia Critic decides to start off this wonderful time of the year by taking a look at the film, Babes in Toyland. But he has trouble doing it when he keeps getting interrupted by the Ghost of Christmas Future, who keeps bugging him to do a Christmas Carol parody.moreless
In this special musical episode, the Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the 2001 Oscar nominated film, Moulin Rouge. He claims that he despises this movie due to it ripping off every single love story ever made, that is until his other fellow reviewers, including internet celebrity Brentalfloss, try to convince him that it's not that bad.moreless
The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the movie based on the cartoon character, Felix the Cat. After seeing the sloppy animation and dumb storyline, he claims this to be one of the worst films he has ever reviewed.
In another edition of Raiders of the Story Arc, the Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the first few episodes to the 90's animated series based on the man of steel himself, Superman.
The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the 2000 sci-fi thriller, The Cell. Although he admits that the idea of entering the mind of a killer is pretty cool, he thinks that this film is trying too hard to look like a piece of art, which it completely fails at.
As he has mentioned many times before, the Nostalgia Critic has a sheer hatred for the cartoon series, Doug. So he's not too happy when he's forced to review its first and only full length feature film, Doug's First Movie.
The Nostalgia Critic finishes up Nostalgia-ween by taking a look at the sequel to The Exorcist, which is yet another film that he thinks shouldn't have a sequel.
The Blair Witch Project is one of the most popular and highly grossed horror films ever made. Sadly, the Nostalgia Critic won't be reviewing it. Instead, he'll be taking a look at it's terrible sequel, Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2.
The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the 1999 remake to the classic horror film The Haunting, which he believes to be one of the worst horror reamakes ever made.
It is time once again for Nostalgia-ween, where the Nostalgia Critic reviews something scary every week in October. He starts off by taking a look at The Tommyknockers, a bizarre sci-fi film that came from the mind of Stephen King.
After doing Double Team, Dennis Rodman tried his hand in acting one more time by starring in the 1999 action comedy Simon Sez, which is what the Nostalgia Critic is forced to review. Luckily, Obscurus Lupa is there to help him out.
The Nostalgia Critic is excited when he finds out that he will be reviewing The Avengers. But he soon finds out that the version he will be watching isn't the one based on the greatest superhero team of all time, but a dull movie based on a British spy show.
After getting a lot of negative feedback due to his "Let's Play" video, the Nostalgia Critic decides to make it up to everyone by reviewing the film, James and the Giant Peach, and only say postive stuff about it, despite the fact that he thinks the movie is terrible.
The Nostalgia Critic decides to do his own version of a "Let's Play," where you play a video game and make comments about it, by playing the Simpsons game Bart's Nightmare for the SNES.
Doug Walker plays himself in this episode as he talks about the top 11 movies and TV shows that he will never review as the Nostalgia Critic.
The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the film, Alaska. Even though he finds all of the outlooks of the Alaskan wilderness to be pretty good, he finds the storyline of the film to be a bit bland and the characters to be very mean spirited.
The Nostalgia Critic counts down the top 11 best episodes of one the greatest cartoons to ever come out of the 90's, Batman: The Animated Series.
The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at Cop and a Half, the film that almost destroyed Burt Reynolds career.