(Episode 32 of) Cinema Smackdown

Cinema Smackdown 32: The Raven/The Spy Who Came in From the Cold
By Bret Dorman and Kate Peterson

The Raven is bad. How bad? Like, no movie made in 2012 should be THIS bad. Here’s a taste of The Quintessential “Best Worst Movie” Troll 2. At least there’s some humor to be found here:

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Download Episode 31 – The Raven. This week’s agenda:

Greetings: Start! – 1:20
The Raven Review: 1:20 – 25:00(ish)
The Raven Spoilers!: 17:00 – 53:30
Fun Time (Tagline Takedown, Genre sMash): 44:00 – 1:30:30
Misc: 1:30:30 – 1:38:30


“War Movie” The Spy Who Came in From the Cold Review

To get any of our previous episodes, visit our archives on SkyDrive and just download whichever ones are missing from your collection so your iPod doesn’t feel lonely:

Cinema Smackdown Episodes 1-25

The Spy Who Came in From the Cold is definitely not a funny movie. It was hard not to inject some humor into our “War Movie” Theme month but we stuck it out. If you need a comedy fix, I recommend this classic moment from Stripes, kind of technically a Cold War movie… Makes me laugh every time.

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