Ron Perlman will headbutt the evil out of you.

It would be difficult to get your career off to a better start than M. Night Shyamalan. Out of the gate, first film, universally beloved, Oscar nomination, chicks galore (presumably). The slide that the film maker has taken since would have been unparalleled in the world before Tiger Woods. 2010 though, offered Shyamalan a chance to answer his critics on two fronts: he was set to helm a major fantasy epic of someone else's creation, and he was stepping away from the director's chair to allow others to develop one of his seemingly endless ideas.

The Last Exorcism

Daniel Stamm, director of "The Last Exorcism," must have missed the Hollywood-wide bulletin that 3-D was the new gimmick of choice for genre filmmakers. In "Exorcism," Stamm instead turns to first person perspective to weave his tale -- a choice that is just so 2008. Luckily, it's also a choice that helps make a small, low wattage horror movie more than the sum of its seemingly pedestrian parts.

During the Dark Ages there was a popular bit of papal propaganda regarding the mythical king of a lost Christian kingdom somewhere between India and Here-There-Be-Dragons-istan. Prester John, as he was known, was said to rule over a land that shared a fence with the Garden of Eden and contained the Fountain of Youth and a vast menagerie of Heffalumps, Star-Bellied Sneetches and other implausible animals. After a few hundred years of European explorers and treasure hunters trying and failing to find the magic kingdom, the legend died out and today Prester John remains mostly forgotten, only occasionally popping up in Marvel comics to do battle with Thor in between long stretches of waiting for Dan Brown to write a novel about him.

This time we take on "Legion", an early contender for worst film of the year.

There is a reason that we do "Real People News" on the site everyday. There are things that exist in this world that are so bizarre and obscene that even the most creative writer couldn't do them justice. "The Junior Christian Science Bible Lesson" is one of those things.

3 out of 4 members of the Podcast enjoyed "The Haunting in Connecticut", can you guess which one didn't?

The whole crew gets together to discuss the epic shenanigans witnessed during our recent screenings of "The Unborn".