A fan-boy of almost every popular franchise review the movies that ruined them, such as failed prequels, adaptions, and remakes, using his magic hammer.
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Eric Rodriguez ...
 ERod / ... (327 episodes, 2010-2017)
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A fan-boy of almost every popular franchise review the movies that ruined them, such as failed prequels, adaptions, and remakes, using his magic hammer.

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Voicing the rage of Fanboys everywhere, one film at the time

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Action | Comedy

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Many episodes were lost because of the website Blip being unexpectedly shut down. Rumor has it that many fans have saved copies of various "important" episodes, and are trying to send them to the producers. See more »

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[a cloaked figure is about to bust Transformers 4 with a hammer. ERod appears]
ERod: By the power vested in me by the Legion of Badassitude, I order you to cease and desist all busting activities. So put the hammer down.
Nostalgia Critic: Oh, you overly dramatic douche-nozzle!
[the figure removes his cloak, revealing himself as the Nostalgia Critic]
ERod: YOU.
Nostalgia Critic: ME.
ERod: You know Transformers was my first review, right?
Nostalgia Critic: Mine too!
ERod: [raising his hammer] Then I guess there's only one way this is gonna go down.
Nostalgia Critic: [drawing his gun] Yup.
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Great Review Show!
18 February 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Blockbuster Buster is my favorite movie reviewing show, because "Erod" gives the proper treatment to disgraceful sequels, remakes & adaptations that they deserve. There are many movie reviewers that review films, and they are harsh on them, but Erod makes sure that they receive the roughest, rawest reviews that they'll ever get. It is obvious that the writers of this show are true fan-boys who only want to avenge the fandoms of others.

I also like it because it's pretty funny, I started watching the show with the "Jason Goes To Hell: The Final Friday" review, and I laughed until I thought I was going to throw up. The way he uses clips from other films & cartoons to make points with them is genius and effective. The only thing I have to complain about is that many of the episodes are lost because of Blip being shut down, but other than that, this show is a perfect movie reviewing show.


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