The 2012 FMR MAJOR Awards: The Worst Picture Nominees

Worst Picture Nominees

Ladies and Gentleman, here we go. After a long year of suffering through a wide variety of putrid offal, I present to you the fruits of my labors… the WORST movies of 2012. These were the movies that made you want to escape the pain, the ones that you wish would just END already. The type of movie you wouldn’t wish on your worst enemy.

My pain is your gain, though! Click through to see the ten movies that stunk out the joint the worst in 2012

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New Episode of The (title pending) Movie Podcast with Tank and Fogs!!

Alright! We’re back! Another awesome episode of TPMP in the can!

This week, Mr (Tank) Tanski and I go over the two biggest releases – “John Carter” and “Silent House”, and I throw in my two cents on the latest Eddie Murphy stinker “A Thousand Words”.

It was an interesting week at the box office, too, there were definitely some surprises in this week’s “Box Office Roundup”, so check it out!

And then for our feature discussion, Tank and I take turns throwing out some sci-fi suggestions for you. In honor of “John Carter” we felt it appropriate to recommend a wide variety of movies, covering the sci-fi spectrum. We’ve got cheesy movies, hidden gems, hardcore classics… the only ones we stay away from are the big blockbusters like Star Wars and Star Trek, etc… You already should have seen THOSE. :)

It’s another great episode for you, we hope you enjoy it! You can download it directly here or look for us on iTunes! If you do check us out via iTunes, please remember to give us a rating and a review, those really help us out! :D

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Silent House

“Silent House”, the single take, single camera home invasion film starring Elizabeth Olsen, is a frustrating and ultimately disappointing movie.

It’s unfortunate, because I went in with no expectations whatsoever, and what hopes I wound up having for the film the film built itself with its engrossing first two acts.

The third act, however, was such a let down that I (sadly) have to discount the excellent first two-thirds.

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