90s, Action, Demons, Horror, Mook, Supernatural

The Minion (1998) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

At the end of the last millennium, Dolph Lundgren acted in an action supernatural horror movie about the oncoming apocalypse. Surprisingly, this was done in 1998, the year before Arnold Schwarzenegger would release his own action supernatural horror movie End of Days. Of course, there are some similarities between the two, both involving fighting the forces […] […]

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90s, Action, Mook, Thriller

Silent Trigger (1996) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

A tower. A ridiculously massive sniper rifle. A couple of folks with a history who dislike and yet obviously lust after each other. A couple of unusual security guards. A stoic Dolph Lundgren. Silent Trigger is the kind of borderline action thriller that is cheap, occasionally sleazy, and somehow tries to be philosophical and end […] […]

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90s, Comedy, Demons, Fantasy, Horror, Monsters, Movies, Supernatural

Wishmaster (1997)

Is anyone else reminded of the Dracula movie poster when they see this? Am I the only one? A very unlucky auction-house employee, Alexandria, is asked to appraise a gem. Unfortunately, during her appraisal she accidentally releases a Djinn, an evil, ironic-wish-granting entity, from its centuries of confinement. The Djinn roams around town, granting wishes […]

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90s, Action, Aliens, Horror, Monsters, Sci-Fi

Legion (1998) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

Made-for-TV misadventures, is there anything grander? Don’t answer that, we both know there isn’t. Legion is another made-for-tv movie, a 1998 science fiction horror picture that borrows more than a little from the likes of Aliens, Predator, and The Dirty Dozen. It’s a story of prisoner soldiers in wartime turning on each other to confront […] […]

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90s, Dead Things, Demons, Horror, Monsters, Occult, Slasher, Uncategorized

Puppet Master 4 (1993)

Incredibly young (is he even out of High School?), Rick, is researching artificial intelligence at his lab in the Bodega Bay Inn as part of a study called the Omega Project. Though Rick has already discovered Blade, he is oblivious to Blade being alive or the puppets significance to his research. It isn’t until Rick friends Suzie, Laura and Cameron show up, and they all discover the old trunk belonging to Andre Toulon, that Rick figures out how Blade seems to magically appear in various places around the hotel.

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