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At last, we have the official premier of Vaulting Season 8! We start off with one of the most debated of the Star Trek entries that got off to a rocky start. But can it's provocative themes overcome the flaws of the movie?

In a most comprehensive special, Morgan takes a look at the best, worst, and strange that made the holiday season of 1990 memorable.

For Red Ribbon Reviewers, and to celebrate 125th episodes of Vaulting, Morgan takes a look at the most underrated of zany and wacky Christmas movies. Will the heart of the Warners prevail?

The people at Patreon voted for it...and here it is. One of the most hotly despised movies in the Batman franchise. But is it really the worst?

It was the most dangerous and complex science fiction movie James Cameron made under the water....but was it worth the peril?

It's the Disney sci-fi epic that created a dark day in animation history. But can that be looked by to see how amazing this movie is?

As Halloween comes to close, so does Morgan's expectations on this mostly forgotten remake of the beloved cult classic musical.

As Halloween continues, Morgan looks at the most underrated dark fantasy of Eddie Murphy's career. Can the street smart Eddie suceed while going head to head with a demon?

The Halloween season kicks off on Vaulting with a look a the invasion of 1990 that some aliens dun goofed up! Does it still hold up?

Thanks to another Patreon Poll, time to look at a TGIF sitcom from the Jim Henson Company that was literally out of this world.

In the final conclusion, Morgan discovers that you can still get Patreon requests in the future. He looks into an underrated Don Bluth flick that is either a lost masterpiece or deserves to be set lost in space...

It's the first of five in this incredible trek across time and space! Morgan travels into the far distant future while coming across some interesting surprises! In the first, he takes on the 1970s time travel cult classic where a famous sci-fi author travels to the mordern day to find Jack the Ripper!

In honor of 25 years, Morgan is joined with the Nostalgia Kid to see how well Batman Forever holds up? Is there more to camp?

By popular demand, via Patreon Poll, Morgan talks about the infamous 1995 summer blockbuster that sets Mad Max on jetskis. Is really that bad as many say? Or does the cult following justify the flaws?

We got Patreon Request sign! Morgan looks into one of the big 1980s cult classics to see how it holds up. Will Banzai entrance our reviewer? Who is John BigBoote? What is Goldblum doing as a cowboy? And what is up with that watermelon?!?!

Another comedy graced the silver screen in the 1980s, but gained an audience over time. Is this fight against the snobs and slobs really hold up for the past 40 years?

In honor of its 40th Anniversary, Morgan looks behind the music, the shades, and the story of how two blues fans get set to a story of redemption and trouble. Does it still hold up?

In another Patreon request, Morgan looks at this 2000 made for TV movie that asks what would the story of Pinocchio be like from the wood carver's point of view. But most importantly, can Drew Carey sing?

Superman, Dr. Quinn, and time travel have one thing in common. An underrated 1980s science fiction gets looked at to see if really is the ultimate love story.

In the mid 1990s, an attempt was made to bring the classic Doctor and his blue box to a fresh American audience and it didn't turn out so good. Does it still hold up?

Another Patreon request sends Morgan down the train tracks to see if this 20 year old Thomas The Tank Engine flick is better than the reputation it gets. Is there some lost magic or does this movie need some major repairs?

The Drive-In Mutants present the thrilling conclusion to Agent Shade's first adventure. With two murdered guests and one missing mummy, the plot thickens as our hero has to figure out who did what among the suspects he has...

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It is the ultimate battle between giant fire-breathing lizard and machine. How well does it hold up? Morgan tells all...amidst some chaos...

In honor of Terry Jones, we examine one of the few big screen adaptations of the famous Kenneth Grahame novel with all your favorite riverbed creatures brought to life. Is it an underrated gem or a bunch of "poop-poop"?

Morgan talks a look at the ghoulish hostess with the "most" to see if her big screen outing holds up. Is there more to just horrific puns?


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