• Aethelred
    Bat Hero
    Comments: 82

    YOU DARE TO…okay, fine, you give good reasons for just not caring too much for the original. I enjoyed it, but I feel the same way about the French Connection, also an early 70s movie with that really dirty/grainy style and an ending that wasn’t very satisfactory.

  • Quan Chi
    Quan Chi
    Just might make the CUT
    Comments: 55

    Grumpy could have given the Bee Women some honey but he really didn’t think his supply would last long….. for you.

    Great review as always, Phelous. You do a good Cage impression.

  • Anno Nimus
    Anno Nimus
    Bat Hero
    Comments: 84

    Nice to see Phelous reviewing another horror movie. Not that I have a problem with reviews of animated Beauty and the Beast adaptations. 😀

  • Marvelfan211
    Prodigy Pet Gym Leader
    Comments: 130

    Great review, as always. I gotta ask, though, what made you wanna do this one after all this time?

  • CyborgPrince
    Fighting Steffi Love
    Comments: 172

    I still want to see the original Wicker Man, even thought I know how it ends. It just seems like an intriguing film to me. Plus Christopher Lee said it was his favourite film to make, so that must mean it’s worthwhile. I want to see this version too, as from everything I’ve seen, it looks like a glorious train wreck. It looks like it will be a fun sit.

    I do agree with your question on how they were able to build those giant wicker figures without anyone noticing. Maybe it was done quickly and quietly. Or they had a giant shed that they had it stored in until it was needed.


  • OrangeRider
    Memeforce Zwei
    Comments: 455

    the Bee Movie but every time they say “bee” the Nicolas Cage version of The Wicker Man plays but every time they say either “bear” or “bee” Phelous’s review of the movie plays in reverse