• Pokémon Detective Pikachu

    Pokémon Detective Pikachu

    "Episode gets high jacked by guests, but at least the movie was pretty solid."

    Detective Pikachu was worth the weight and was a fun experience. I like to think of it as the "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" of the modern age, this film is a delightful way to bring the wonderful world of Pokemon to the big screen. Obviously Ryan Reynold's portrayal as the titular character def helps this kids' film to be an enjoyable romp for almost anyone new…

  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

    How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

    "It deserved a better conclusion. But hey..Toothless got a girlfriend?"

    So this was the first ever "IT CAME FROM A PARKING LOT" movie we did for the podcast where we sat in my Prius for the first half of the recording while we waited in the movie theatre parking lot to talk about what was to come. While the premise was a little lackluster for myself, I myself was a faithful an of the series and was curious to see…

  • The Meg

    The Meg

    "Haven't you seen Shark Week?"

    So after many years of development hell, THE MEG finally made it to the surface of cinema like I had always hoped it would. As a fan of this classic sea creature thriller penned by Steve Alten, seeing the movie was super excited. Doubly so cause this was the film I saw when I first met my long lost niece so it has even a closer place in my heart.

    Hence why I honestly felt…

  • Reigo, the Deep-Sea Monster vs. the Battleship Yamato

    Reigo, the Deep-Sea Monster vs. the Battleship Yamato


    Last month we at the podcast reviewed a monster movie that I personally have been wanting to see since I was as wee early high schooler learning the internet and of a site called TOKYO MONSTERS. Reigo was this creature feature that enchanted me due to my love of the historical record of the Pacific Conflict but also cause a truly ocean going monster was an enchanting concept.

    Over a decade later, I finally was able to sit down and…

  • Knives Out

    Knives Out


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    So its my second viewing of this movie and to be honest, I was worried about what it would be like to "know whats coming" with this movie.

    Knowing what happens next is just as good as not.

    This movie is just so well executed. Its so beautifully written and performed, this film blends how good cinematography and a set up of a well oiled stage performance gives an audience member a delightful experience that is rare in this age…

  • Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Godzilla: King of the Monsters


    This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.

    Tonight I was watching KOTM with my roommates (one of which had never seen it) and while we didn't finish all of it because one of them needed to go to sleep, I decided that I would write a diary for this film that was also featured as our 3rd IT CAME FROM A PARKING LOT episode in 2019.

    KOTM was the highlight of my cinematic experience in 2019. I saw the film eight times that summer and on its…

  • I Am Dragon

    I Am Dragon


    For our 55th episode of the podcast, we at ICFAMMPodcast decided to celebrate our second "Of Love and Monsters" Valentine's Day special with the 2015 Russian Film, I AM DRAGON.

    First and foremost, it should be noted that I, Henry the Host, can not stand the "Beauty and the Beast" archtype. The Stockholm ridden love story always has given me the willies and frankly the only example I like it used is the 2005 Peter Jackson's King Kong.

    That is…