We’ve talked about it for a long time, so we’re finally diving into 1990’s Darkman, a strange, personality-filled 1990 superhero movie that shares a lot of the DNA of Tim Burton Batman but also has a whole lot of Raimi weirdness and a little bit of Dick Tracy built in, too. Not only does it have a Danny Elfman score, but it’s also got Liam Neeson acting buck wild.

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It’s our second time going to a movie theater for a Movie Fighters and our second video-game-based movie starring Dwayne Rocky “The Rock” Maivia Johnson, as we watch the 2018 blockbuster Rampage for this week’s show.

Guess what: It’s bad! Like, shockingly bad. Marvel as we are utterly baffled by the choices in this movie, including every line of dialogue and the accent Jeffrey Dean Morgan chooses for his character.

Also: We recorded this in a hotel room, so sorry for any poppin’ p’s!

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Is it a movie? Is it a TV series? Is it an OAV? Whatever it is, we’re watching the three-episode Netflix series about the Pony Girls.

None of our questions are answered.

(Also: Apologies for some poppin’ p’s. We weren’t using our usual audio setup.)

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