Noel and Tony are shocked to discover that the Sectaurs comic book not only does not suck like the sucky TV series which sucked, but is actually quite significantly not sucky.
In the site’s first written review, Noel takes a look at Prey, an unproduced screenplay about three women who set out to climb a mountain, and the horrible horrible ways in which it doesn’t go well.
Tony and Noel shrug as the entire point of this show destroys itself and they have nothing left to vaguely care about. Sectaurs!
Noel and Tony die of thirst during their latest Sectaurs adventure, in which the Viper Vines send the Knights of the Shining Realm through the Acid Desert to find the Medicine Beetle atop Mount Sectaur while avoiding the Laser Bugs.
In their latest episode, Julia, Alexander, and Noel lay siege to John Carpenter’s 1976 action classic.
Tony and Noel scitter into their latest installment of Sectaurs, where Godzilla roams, deposed politicians run taverns, and centipedes fear moustaches.
It’s Noel’s pick this month, as Jak and Angie join him for a film exploring BMX bikes, bandits, and Nicole Kidman’s glorious head of hair.
Evie and Noel are joined by Mac for what will likely go down as their most uncomfortable and squirm-inducing recording experience, as they look at Wes Craven’s infamous directorial debut, and its less infamous yet only slightly less controversial remake.
And on a side note, the ihateloveremakes.com domain name is no longer active. We’re now at ihateloveremakes.blogspot.com, so update your bookmarks accordingly.
Noel and Tony float on a rapidly dissolving log in a sea of acid in their latest Sectaurs adventure, where slavery is bad, but you’d be hard-pressed to hear a hero say so as they’re all too busy calling people maggots and slaying enslaved creatures in the heat of battle instead of setting them free.