BEFORE… WEEK (April 2014)
- Welcome to Before… Week!
- Before Sunrise review
- Before Sunset review
- Before Midnight review
- Before We Meet Again: Where Next for Jesse and Celine?
SAVAGE STEVE HOLLAND WEEK (April 2014)
- Welcome to Savage Steve Holland Week!
- Better Off Dead review
- One Crazy Summer review
- How I Got Into College
BEFORE THEY WERE FAMOUS WEEK (January 2014)
- Welcome to Before They Were Famous Week!
- Arnold Schwartzenegger in The Villain
- Courteney Cox and Robert Duncan McNeil in Masters of the Universe
- Jack Black in The Neverending Story III
- Jennifer Aniston in Leprechaun
- Forest Whitaker, Eric Stoltz, Anthony Edwards, and Nicolas Cage in Fast Times at Ridgemont High
BAD SEQUELS WEEK (October 2009)
- Bad Sequels Week Begins!
- Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2
- Son of the Mask
- S. Darko: A Donnie Darko Tale
- Lost Boys: The Tribe
- Highlander: The Final Dimension
- The Crow: Salvation
- The Next Karate Kid
- Caddyshack II
- Airplane II
- Good Sequel, Bad Sequel
- Saturday’s Six: Signs That You’re A Bad Sequel
- Highlander II: Renegade Version and the Saving of a Bad Sequel
- Welcome to Fight Week!
- Mike does Kick Ass
- Girl Fight!
- Top Five Training Montages Anywhere, Ever
- Violence Solves Everything: The Top Ten Best Movie Fights
- Conan the Barbarian [retro review]
- Kyle does The Matrix
- Eunice does Billy the Kid Versus Dracula
- Justin does Beverly Hills Ninja
- Mutant Viewing: Gymkata
- The Karate Kid [retro review]
- Drew does Bambi Meets Godzilla
- Mortal Kombat [retro review]
- Al does Mortal Kombat: Annihilation
NEIL GAIMAN WEEK (February 2011)
Spooky. Imaginative. Gothic. Cool as all get out. We all have our reasons for loving Neil Gaiman, and what better way to foster a little love on this popular author than to dedicate a full week to the man and his works at Mutant Reviewers?
- Welcome to Neil Gaiman Week
- A Beginner’s Guide to The Sandman
- Casting Neverwhere: The Movie
- The PoolMan Meets the Sandman
- Princess Mononoke
WILD WEIRD WEST WEEK (June 2011)
It’s how the west was won… in our imaginations. Geek culture has always loved melding two popular genres together to make fun mashups, and the Western needed a kick in the pants anyway. This is why we’ve seen an interesting sub-genre that we like to call “Wild Weird Westerns” arise — a blend of the Western, science fiction, steampunk, and just plain oddness.
- Wild Weird West Week Begins!
- Drew does Jonah Hex
- Deneb does Quigley Down Under
- Heather does Undead or Alive: A Zombedy
- Louise does Ginger Snaps Back: The Beginning
- Courtney does Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
TIME TRAVEL WEEK (October 2011)
- Welcome to Time Travel Week!
- Time After Time
- Waxwork II: Lost in Time
- The Time Traveler’s Wife
- Bill & Ted’s Continued Journeys
- Futurama: Bender’s Big Score
- Life on Mars (UK) series review
- Flight of the Navigator
- Twelve Monkeys
- The Time Machine
- Fetching Cody
- Back to the Future
- Back to the Future part II
- Back to the Future part III
BABYLON 5 WEEK (February 2012)
- Welcome to Babylon 5 Week!
- The Gathering
- Babylon 5: Season 1
- Babylon 5: Season 2
- Babylon 5: Season 3
- Babylon 5: Season 4
- In the Beginning
- Babylon 5: Season 5
- The River of Souls
- A Call to Arms
- The Legend of the Rangers
- Babylon 5: The Lost Tales
REMAKE WEEK (November 2012)
- Welcome to Remake Week!
- Fright Night (1985) vs. Fright Night (2011)
- The Blob (1958) vs. The Blob (1988)
- The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) vs. The Little Shop of Horrors (1986)
- Five Remakes I Endorse