WEGAF Reviews: Slam Bradley, Parts One and Two

Hey there, everybody! Happy New Year! May this one be a slight improvement over the last!

As a late Christmas present from me, here are the two WEGAF Reviews episodes – or rather, the one two-part episode – that aired during December:

Now, of course these should have actually been posted here during December – they were certainly intended to be – but, well… suffice to say, I bit off a bit more than I could chew this year. My plan had been to post four videos, one per week, in order to take advantage of the legendary holiday video-watching bump – and I did, technically, but only because of an ‘extra’ video that I posted at the beginning of the month, and which would have been my fifth, had everything gone as planned. Alas, due to my old friend Technical Issues, I started December behind schedule, and only barely managed to catch up in time – as it was, a planned Christmas episode which I was going to post as my finale had to be scratched (although not axed entirely; you’ll see it next year), and… well, more tales of YouTube woe. I’m sure you’re all enthralled.

Anyway. What with one thing and another, I was a bit rushed off my feet last month, and didn’t have time for Mutant Reviewer-posting – but the holidays are over now, and it’s time to get back to business. So here we are, another WEGAF two-parter – only this time, it was actually meant to be a two-parter! Yay hooray!

This is a big one, too. It introduces an important new element to the series, one which I’ve been teasing for a while, and is somewhat… well, I’ll let you find out for yourselves, but suffice it to say that it’s a bit less purely comical than some of the other ones I’ve done. Oh, it’s still funny (at least, I like to think it is), but there are some more serious elements here.

One way or another, I hope you enjoy, and you may expect some more videos soon – there’s a backlog of movie vlogs that I have been too busy/distracted to post here, though that will change – or you could just visit my channel, the link to which I shall post here again:


Also, while I won’t jinx myself, I honestly do have some more traditional written reviews/articles in the works, and given that my mad video-making frenzy has subsided for the moment, chances are that I’ll be able to post some of them soon. Anyway, hope you all had a great holiday season, and I’ll see you later!


Eunice does Iron Man 3

iron_man_3_poster“You know, it’s times like these when I realize what a superhero I am.”

The Scoop: 2013 PG-13, directed by Shane Black and starring Robert Downey Jr., Gwyneth Paltrow, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, and Ben Kingsley

Tagline: Unleash the power behind the armor.

Summary Capsule: Tony has to hunt down terrorist The Mandarin and answer the question, “When is a bomb not a bomb?”

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Al does A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas

hk3poster“They serve pancakes in hell!”

The Scoop: 2011 R, directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and starring John Cho, Kal Penn, and Neil Patrick Harris

Tagline: Get Mistle-toasted.

Summary Capsule: An estranged Harold and Kumar must reunite on Christmas Eve and venture into New York City, where they must find the perfect Christmas tree, avoid the Russian mob, and discover that true love comes in the shape of a waffle.

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Eunice does Tokyo Godfathers

“There’s not much light in a cardboard box.”

The Scoop: 2003 PG-13, directed by Satoshi Kon and starring Toru Emori, Yoshiaki Umegaki, and Aya Okamoto

Tagline: Meet the ultimate dysfunctional family.

Summary Capsule: Three homeless people track down the parents to an abandoned baby on Christmas and wacky Japanese adventures ensue.

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