A heavy-set man records himself as he watches movies for the first time, and then reviews the movie almost immediately afterwards.

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A heavy-set man records himself as he watches movies for the first time, and then reviews the movie almost immediately afterwards.

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18 September 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Emerson Prevost was a prominent YouTube ranter in the latter part of the 2000's called Hellsing920. Later on, he attempts to do a review show and called it "Reaction and Review".

It's pretty much the anti-MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000. Here's the thing: in MST3K the audience was able to watch an awful movie with the crew of the Satellite of Love while their heckling made watching it easier. In "Reaction and Review", however, Prevost watches a movie that the viewer can't even see (he claims that this is done to avoid copyright problems and to show that his reactions are authentic) while making really short statements about what he saw ("That was cool", "That sucked", etc.). After that, he gives a quick review peppered with padding and stammering.

It's easy to figure out what films Prevost will like and hate. If it's an obscure, Z-grade flick there's a 50-50 chance of him approving it or disliking it; if the movie is popular or well- received, it gets panned or just called okay (at best); if the movie is hated by critics or audiences, he'll call it great. He actually approved CATWOMAN and DRAGON BALL: EVOLUTION, for instance.

I won't recommend it.


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