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Greetings, Trekkies, Guildies, Losties, Browncoats, Jedi Knights, Mutants, Replicants, Zombies, Spartans, Big Daddies, Hobbit-lovers, S-Mart shoppers, Chang-Sings, Wing-Kongs, and whoever else you may align yourselves with! This is The Carter here, welcoming you to the official launch of your new favorite geek news blog, LASERCOLA.COM! Before you pop open a can of our tasty posts, be sure to check out the About page for more in-depth details on the site, and visit the Staff page to pay homage to the writers we have chained up in a dingy basement with laptops scouring the Internetz to bring you the latest trailers, casting news, reviews, etc. on your favorite geek properties. Enjoy!


Greetings, readers of! I have arrived here to share with you the best and worst of films from the past. My primary task will be to shed light on the dark, murky, and sometimes downright putrid forgotten corners of movie history. In short, a good deal of the movies I’ll be reviewing are the film equivalent to that disgusting puddle or stream of brown and green (depending on which way the light hits it) garbage water that seeps from the dumpster in the back of the mall parking lot.

Don’t get me wrong here by any means folks. These are my guilty pleasures. Cheesy effects. Atrocious acting. Bad Editing. Noticeable ADR. Terrible costumes. Awful music. Mind-numbing dialogue. Films that are extremely dated. I love it all. I truly believe that a film can be so bad that it is good. I also believe that one can be so bad that it goes to good and then back to being bad again. Then you have your films which show a very obvious attempt at being awful with no shame. These are often the most fun of all. Read the rest of this entry

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