Now fan-subbed in French: Diamanda Hagan & The Nostalgia Critic review Heavy Metal
Crossover: 13th Child: Legend of the Jersey Devil
Tonight, god-empress Diamanda Hagan joins forces with the mysterious, faceless entity only known as The Omega to lambaste an especially egregious example of endlessly espousing, erroneous …uh.. ess? Regardless, it’s the diabolically dumb “13th Child: Legend of the Jersey Devil”.
Uncle Ben, how could you?
Special Review: God Of Vampires with Obscurus Lupa
Pack some post-it death certificates and spin in slow motion over to TGWTG to rate and comment!
Now on TGWTG: Poultrygeist
Once again risen from the dead (or maybe the bottom of the deep-fryer) comes Hagan’s MAGFest crossover with Jewigi! Please proceed to TGWTG in a slow and menacing manner to rate and comment!
The time has come!
The final and most spectacular of crossovers filmed at Magfest 2013 has arrived. It’s The Island of Doctor Moreau, reviewed by Diamanda Hagan alongside… Diamanda Hagan, Diamanda Hagan and Diamanda Hagan?!
Cross the event horizon as time, space, reality, soul, mind and power unexpectedly fold in on themselves around the singularity of an impossibly awful movie and remake reality into Haganity!
If you’re only going to watch one review this year, make it this one!
(But why would you watch only one? That would be silly!)
I don’t know why, maybe its because I love exploring the dark, seedier side of the site where angels fear to tread. But I would love it if maybe a few did a crossover review of “Bible Black” OVA.
Mostly the ones involved I would love to see are Sage, JO, Benzaie, Suede, and perhaps even Diamanda Hagan. I know its just wishful thinking on my part. But I think it would make for a great crossover review and funny skits.
Scared, the lot of them! —C
There are traditional vampires. There are modern shirtless vampires. There are good vampires, bad vampires, and ugly vampires. And then, there are Chinese vampires… and the super-assassins who kill them awkwardly. That’s right, it’s the god-awful God of Vampires! The Mistress recruits fellow red dye enthusiast Obscurus Lupa to tear this bloody slog of a movie a new one. But will they make it to the end of the movie conscious? And who else might turn up? Watch the video to find out!
Fun bonus activity: There is a Ghostbuster hidden somewhere in this review. Can you find him?
Have you been on the edge of your seat, wondering what might be the deal with the mysterious rapemobile? Well then, maybe you should check out part two of Diamanda Hagan’s “Wheels of Terror” crossover with Jesh Nyx!
Diamanda Hagan once again joins Jewigi (by force) to have another look at the oft-overlooked zombie chicken genre. That’s right - it is Poultrygeist, the world’s best and only zombie chicken musical!
Come for the review, stay for the many cameos! And for the review.