What The Film!? – Queen Of The Damned

What The Film?! is a weekly column exclusive to Under The Gun Review that brings to light the plot holes Hollywood hoped you’d never notice. Written by comedy writer Dane Sager, this column shows no mercy to films that try and pull the proverbial wool over our eyes.

If you know a film with major plot holes that you feel needs to be exposed, tell us! Email with the subject “What The Film” and we’ll try to get your suggestion featured on the site.

This Week’s Movie: 2002’s Queen Of The Damned

Back in the 1990s Warner Brothers …



Under The Gun is continuing our efforts to bring you more original and engaging content with REASONABLE REMAKES. Written by film-nerd Justin Proper, this column aims to highlight Hollywood’s forgotten gems and spark debate.

You see, we’ve grown tired of Hollywood rehashing ideas we’re old enough to remember. Why remake something the majority of the planet still remembers and loves deeply when there are tons of films that deserve a chance to be as great as modern technology and skill can make them? If you agree, this column is for you.

Vampires have gotten completely out of hand. …


MOVIE TRAILER: Underworld: Awakening

Underworld is a franchise few saw coming. The first was a sleek, futuristic take on the world of vampires, but nothing about it screamed for a sequel. That is, nothing except the box office take and strong video rentals numbers.

Multiple films later (I stopped caring, so I stopped counting), Beckinsale is about to be thawed and set loose in an even more futuristic landscape in Underworld: Awakening.

The trailer, which can be viewed below, gives away a wealth of the plot, as well as the fact it is in 3d, which makes it look a lot like the …

Kid Cudi

MUSIC VIDEO: Kid Cudi – No One Believes Me

Oh vampires. Will the craze ever stop? Kid Cudi does his best to keep the obsession alive and strong in his new video for his single “No One Believes Me.” The song was featured on the soundtrack for the remake of the movie Fright Night, and the video was shot by the film’s director, Craig Gillespie. The video is cinematic, chilling, and a tad bit unsettling. Definitely no sparkly vamps here. Check it out below.

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