Making movies from video games is always a tricky business, so it doesn’t take a lot to trounce the Mortal Kombat films.
Which is exactly what Screen Junkies Honest Trailers series does here, laying hilarious waste to the travesties that were Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
Terminator: Genisys wasn’t quite the reboot the franchise needed and if you’ve suffered through it, you’ll know how dreadful it is.
The guys over at Honest Trailers know that too, and leave no fault uncovered in this brutal takedown of a movie best forgotten.
Jurassic World may have been a huge box office success, but that won’t stop the snark of the Screen Junkies guys.
In their Honest Trailer they ask the important questions, like “How can this lady outrun a T-Rex in high heels?”
If you’ve ever sat through the inexplicable mess that is M. Night Shyamalan’s The Happening then you’ll know it’s one of his worst movies.
So it’s the perfect fodder for Honest Trailers to sink their sarcastic teeth into and tear the film a new one.
For anyone growing up in the 90s, The Lion King was the Disney animation du jour.
So why not relive all the terrible pain and suffering you experienced from seeing the death of Mufasa—plus, you know, all those great songs!
With the new X-Men movie out, it couldn’t be a more opportune time to look back at the first trilogy and rip the crap out of the third instalment.
So listen up as the Honest Trailer boys commend X-Men and X2, but do the decent thing and try and forget the cinematic abomination that is X-Men: The Last Stand.
Roland Emmerich dropped an absolute stinker with his version of Godzilla back in the 90s—and now it gets the public trouncing it so deserves.
Calling out what made it such an awful movie, the only thing wrong with this Honest Trailer is that we have to be reminded that it existed at all.
Screen Junkies take a look back at the first Spider-Man trilogy, and point out some things that may’ve passed you by—like, it’s the same movie remade three times.
At the time Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man films were considered the high watermark of superhero movies (well, apart from the third one which was total and utter pants) but looking back on them, maybe we were all just really stoned or something.