90s, Comedy, Holiday, Kids Film, Movies

Sonic: Christmas Blast (1996)

Sonic: Christmas Blast The titular speedy blue hedgehog just wants to go out and buy his girlfriend a Christmas present. But unbeknownst to him, Dr. Robotnik has kidnapped Santa Clause and taken his place, so that instead of handing out presents, he can use his army of robots to demand them from stores and people […]

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90s, Comedy, Horror, Movies, Revenge, Slasher

The Dentist (1996)

The Dentist Dr. Alan Feinstone runs a highly successful and profitable dental practice. He’s got some anger issues and some serious OCD related to dirt, but he doesn’t let that or the stress of an upcoming audit get in the way of running his business. Or at least he didn’t right up until he found […]

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90s, Action, Mook, Robots

Omega Doom (1996) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

That image makes this movie feel way more Slavic than it actually is. Robots in movies! We all love robots in movies. There’s nothing quite like the near-constant whine of robotic joints and servos every single time one moves that makes us cringe and take icepicks to our ears. Seriously, whoever thought this was a […]

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90s, Comedy, Horror, Movies, Mystery, Slasher

Scream (1996)

A young girl and her friends are stalked by a deranged killer in a ghost mask who likes to draw out their mental torture and suffering by calling them first and messing with their heads. Scream‘s legacy in the horror world at this point in time is now pretty undeniable. It succeeded so well, in […]

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90s, Action, Martial Arts

The Quest (1996) — Movie Reviews by a Mook

Do you like tournament movies, the kind with a bunch of fighters from around the world taking on one another with different styles until only the last fighter remains? You know, like Bloodsport? Then you might end up enjoying this goofy period piece written by, starring, and directed by Jean-Claude Van Damme. An old man […]

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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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