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The Blockbuster Buster 

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 Eric Rodriguez ...  ERod / ... 336 episodes, 2010-2018


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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14 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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Behind Erod the Blockbuster Buster, when he does his reviews, there is a collection of VHS tapes that are Disney films. The VHS tapes are arranged to the chronological order of the release dates of each film. See more »


ERod: Greetings, fanboys and fangirls. I'm ERod, and I'm the Blockbuster Buster.
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Referenced in The Comix Scrutinizer: Lost Girls Book 1 (2014) See more »

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In a World of Uncertainty, He Voices the Rage of Fanboys Everywhere
4 March 2014 | by ikraniSee all my reviews

Finally, one of us is taking a stand against all the bullsheit Hollywood and TV executives have spewed out in recent years.

Eric Rodriguez plays an angry fanboy who is sick of his favorite franchises (i.e. all of them) being killed by poorly-made sequels, prequels, adaptations, and his arch-nemesis Michael Bay. Donning the guise of the Blockbuster Buster, he strives to bust these bad movies and see to it that they are buried and forgotten.

But ERod doesn't always bust the stuff he reviews. He keeps an open mind about his material, which can range from "okay" in the case of Atlantis: The Lost Empire to such awful horrors as M. Night Shyamalan's Last Airbender.

Part of what makes the series work is that you know about most of the stuff he reviews. You've heard of a lot of these movies; heck, some of them aren't even a year old yet (at the time of this review, his most recent victim was a Men in Black/Good vs. Evil knock-off called "R.I.P.D."; look it up). You know that a lot of them sometimes get good reviews from movie critics despite the betrayal they've wrought on us fans.

As with Doug Walker's Nostalgia Critic, it's not perfect. This is less a comedy series and more like a satire of an epic quest. But one thing that ERod likes to pile on is the badassitude, and I will always be a loyal member of his Legion because of it.

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