Mean Girls 2: Meets mean reviewer

Jennifer Stone and Meaghan Martin in Mean Girls 2 – © 2011 Paramount Famous Productions. 

Mean Girls 2 – The first Mean Girls was a pleasant surprise. The writing was witty, the acting was decent, and it reminded me of the great 1988 Winona Ryder film HeathersMean Girls 2, the straight-to-DVD sequel, is nothing like the first. It’s so shitty it gives shit a bad name. And I wonder who this movie is made for. The cast is mostly crappy Disney Channel actors, but I can’t see their pre-teen fans wanting to rent or buy this trash (and there is just enough questionable material to make it not family-friendly enough for even a parent to consider as a gift). Older teens? Adults? Not likely interested unless they’re in a coma or wanting to be put into a coma. Here’s the quote I’d like to see on the cover: “Mean Girls 2…quite possibly the first true sign the world really is going to end in 2012!” Enough said. Special features include making-of featurettes, on-set video diaries, and more. Film * DVD *

(1 out of 5 stars).

You don’t really want to watch the trailer below do you?

Score: A Hockey Musical – Who thought this was a good idea?

Score: A Hockey Musical – After watching the disaster that is Score: A Hockey Musical I’m ashamed and embarrassed to be Canadian. Hopefully, writer-director Michael McGowan will get back to making movies like One Week and Saint Ralph again, and we’ll forget he had anything to do with this (that is of course if he’s able to make another movie since this bombed so badly). Special features include on the DVD include a sing-a-long track, deleted scene, and a making-of featurette. Film * Blu-ray *

(1 out of 5 stars).

If you’re still not sure if this one’s for you, check out the trailer below:

Win an ‘Angry Birds Toons’ Blu-ray prize pack

Angry Birds Toons

To celebrate the Dec. 1 release of Angry Birds Toons: Season Two, Volume One, Angry Birds Stella: Complete Season One and Piggy Tales: Complete Season One on DVD and Blu-ray, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Canada have sent over a Blu-ray prize pack of the three titles to giveaway to one lucky reader (these would make great stocking stuffers!).

This contest is now closed. Thank you far all those that participated

This contest is open to all residents of Canada (18+), excluding Quebec. Enter the contest via Rafflecopter by clicking here. Contest closes 12 a.m. on Dec. 16, 2015. Winner will be randomly selected and notified via email or Twitter.

Find out more about the three Angry Birds Toons releases below.

ANGRY BIRDS TOONS: SEASON TWO – VOLUME ONE

It’s a new year on Piggy Island, and the Bird vs. Pig struggle rages on. Can our birdy heroes continue to outsmart the pigs’ constant attempts to steal their precious eggs? Will King Pig finally feast on the omelet of his dreams? And will those poor piggies finally catch a break? Find out in Angry Birds Toons Season Two – Volume One!

Angry Birds Toons: Season Two, Volume One features the first 13 mini-episodes from the second season with a run time of approximately 51 minutes and is rated G.

Bonus Features Include:

Behind-the-Scenes Featurettes:

  • “Voice Talent”
  • “Editing”
  • “Magnetism”

Character Reels: Chuck, King Pig & Red

Bonus Episodes:

  • Two Angry Birds Stella episodes
  • Two Piggy Tales episodes

ANGRY BIRDS STELLA: SEASON ONE

Join the adventures of Stella and her fierce flock in their very own series! Stella and her five BFFs live in a never-before-seen corner of the Angry Birds universe, Golden Island. Together they explore, create, rock out and laugh… a lot!

Angry Birds Stella: Complete Season One features all 13 episodes from the first season with a run time of approximately 78 minutes and is rated G.

Bonus Features Include:

Featurettes:

  • “The World of Stella”
  • “The Design of Stella”
  • “The Music of Stella”

Character Reels: Dahlia, Gale, Luca, Poppy, Stella and Willow

Bonus Episodes:

  • Two Angry Bird Toons episodes
  • Two Piggy Tales episodes

PIGGY TALES: COMPLETE SEASON ONE

Follow the everyday lives of the mischievous minion pigs, who solve their problems with their limited wisdom! In this unique, clay style CGI animation the loved and long-suffering Bad Piggies face a series of challenges and unexpected events, leading to comical solutions.

Piggy Tales: Complete Season One features all 31 episodes from the first season with a run time of approximately 56 minutes and is rated G.

Bonus Features Include:

Featurettes:

  • “It’s A Wrap LIVE!”
  • “Piggy Tales: Making Of”

Bonus Episodes:

  • Two Angry Birds Toons episodes
  • Two Angry Birds Stella episodes

Disclosure: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Canada has supplied the prize and info on the three titles only. Contest copy and details surrounding the contest are my own.