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1. Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie (2014)
115 min | Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
The AVGN must overcome his phobia of the worst video game in the world to save his fans.
7. The Cinema Snob (2007– )
A high-brow art critic takes a look at films below mainstream. He looks at lesser known titles in the categories of pornography, exploitation, low budget independent, and overly violent. If... See full summary »
8. Kickassia (2010 Video)
Unrated | 92 min | Action, Comedy
The Nostalgia Critic's team try to take over the acre-big nation of Mollasia and make it Kickassia.
9. Atop the Fourth Wall (2008– )
Unrated | Comedy, Sci-Fi
Linkara is a witty, sarcastic young adult who reviews comic books of very poor detail, ranging from bad artwork to bad writing. Occasionally, characters from the comics as well as the ... See full summary »
10. To Boldly Flee (2012 Video)
Unrated | 209 min | Adventure, Comedy, Sci-Fi
When the Nostalgia Critic can't stop blaming himself for the loss of Ma-Ti, a weird string of events begins to unfold that could shake the very fabric of internet reviewing as we know it. ... See full summary »
12. Sonic (2013)
Short, Action, Adventure
On the distant planet of Mobius, all is peaceful. However, the days of the planet's peace are numbered when a man named Julian Kintobor, who now goes by Robotnik, declares himself ruler. ... See full summary »
13. The Nostalgia Chick (2008– )
Lindsay the Nostalgia Chick is here to review those nostalgic films that appeal to the female audience. While she started out being the feminine version of The Nostalgia Critic, Lindsay has... See full summary »
16. Suburban Knights (2011 Video)
Unrated | 127 min | Adventure, Comedy, Fantasy
The Nostalgia Critic and his fellow reviewers from the website That Guy with the Glasses dress up as famous fantasy characters and go searching for a magic gauntlet hidden in suburban Illinois.
17. Brows Held High (2011– )
A well-read narcissist takes a look at films that many mainstream audiences have never heard of and he tries to analyze them from an educated point of view, discussing their artistic ... See full summary »
21. Everything Wrong with... (2012– )
CinemaSins takes all of our favorite movies, sagas, trilogies, you name it. All things that are not common sense, funny, or ironic are pointed out. The sins tally up and blockbusters meet their makers.
20 min | Comedy
A sarcastic man with immortality looks at terrible horror movies, video games, toys, cartoons and even food, (both popular and obscure) and tears them apart with his sharp wit, meta jokes and referential humor. Also, he's Canadian.
24. Shameful Sequels (2009– )
Not Rated | 10 min | Comedy
Mike Jeavons portrays a young stereotypical British man, complete with a tea mug always in hand, as he looks at some of the most shameful sequels, rubbish remakes, and pathetic prequels ever committed to film.
29. Movie Nights (2010– )
A peppy young woman looks at obscure movies and criticizes them accordingly. Unlike many movie reviewers, Lupa has a much more positive approach and doesn't get angry nearly as often, despite how bad many of the movies are.
30. Dragonbored (2013)
43 min | Short, Comedy, Fantasy
A man's personal life begins to change for the worst after a character from his favorite video game is released into reality.
32. Some Jerk with a Camera (2011– )
Join Some Jerk With A Camera on location at Disneyland, California (and occasionally other theme parks!) for a series of wacked-out, irreverently irrelevant digress-alicious trips through ... See full summary »
46. That Sci-Fi Guy (2010– )
TV-14 | Comedy, Sci-Fi
That Sci-Fi Guy analyzes various science fiction themed movies from any age. Helping him of course is Dr. Wiki, a cyberspace born entity that seems to be a wellspring of knowledge.
47. Dark Side of the Internet (2013)
Unrated | 28 min | Documentary, Short
This informative documentary details both the good and the bad uses of the world wide web, and paints a very realistic picture of how the words we use can scar others worse than any blade, ... See full summary »