IBWC: Episode 002 – Undefeatable

The Weekly Crapup!

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This week on the Weekly Crapup, we take a look at the Godfrey Ho masterpiece “Undefeatable”.  This was one of our favorite movies when we watched it originally, and it still stands up today. We have a discussion about Godfrey Ho’s history, his very unique spin on editing, and stunts. We also discuss some movies we’ve watched within the last week including The Battery  and Electric Dreams.

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Trailer Tuesdays: Undefeatable

For this week’s Trailer Tuesday, we bring you Godfrey Ho’s masterpiece Undefeatable!

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If you’re on this site, you’ve probably seen what’s been called “The most ridiculous fight scene ever” (it’s on the linked review), and I can say with complete confidence that it is probably one of the most hilariously bad action movies of all time.  If you’re a fan of mullets, bad acting and pan fried steak, Undefeatable is film that you must see. On top of all that, you get Cynthia Rothrock to boot!

Also, if you plan on a Godfrey Ho marathon, make sure this is the grand finale.  Any of his other films that you watch after this will pale in comparison.

US Catman: Lethal Track

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It’s been a while since I’ve been able to review a Godfrey Ho movie.  I’ve been building up my fortitude for almost a year since I watched Zombie vs. Ninja, and this time I’ve decided to tackle US Catman: Lethal Track, which is basically a combination of a movie about a government coup of a southeastern Asian country, which is more than likely Thailand, and an American who gets scratched by a radioactive cat that gives him super powers. Continue reading “US Catman: Lethal Track”

Best and Worst of 2008 – a Review of Reviews in Review.

reviewIt’s the last day of the year 2008, and this marks the first year that we’ve been reviewing films.  Well, it hasn’t been a full year – we started this current incarnation of the website on March 8th, 2008 with our first review of Larry Cohen’s “The Stuff” (note to ourselves – review more Larry Cohen films!).  Anyhow, since it’s the end of the year, we figured if you really wanted to you could browse around the site and look at all the stuff we’ve covered, but if you’re the lazy type like us, this condensed view of some of our highlights and lowlights might be right up your alley.  In this post you’ll find some clips and summary of our highest rated films and lowest.  So… without further adieu, let’s get on with the show:

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