– (2004) – Past adversaries are let loose to battle with (and test the fortitude of) the mystery gang. Fails to take advantage of nostalgic villains, but does have a zany cartoon vibe. Incredibly dumb, but moves too fast to insult.
– (2013) – Documentary that focuses on the rise of home video through to the current state of digital pirating. A few docs of this sort have come before, and a few will follow, but this one is well structured, expansive, and informative. A few too many nameless geeks participate, but by the end a valid point is made clear: collectors will save purchasable media.
– (2014) – A group of vacationing companions sort out the drama in their lives, then face a killer girl-fish. Works well early on when focusing on characters, but once the horror becomes the focus interest is lost to commonness. Ends on a note that promises more mayhem, but if lessons aren’t learned the sequel will be just as useless.
– (2014) – Nazi zombies continue to spread their masses, but a specialized group of geeks aims to stop them. Builds on the okay original by piling on one outrageously violent or humorous moment after another. Some of the action grows repetitive, but this is a sadistic joy right down to the final shot.