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    2007-08 Episodes 
  1. "Transformers": The Critic is extremely excited in his first review, in this case, for Transformers.
  2. "Drug Cartoon Special": The Critic reviews the anti-drug PSA Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue.
  3. "Cloverfield -- Trailer Review": The Critic reviews the teaser trailer for Cloverfield and wonders what the unseen threat to the city is.
  4. "Power Rangers: A Look Back": The Critic reviews Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, despite not being a fan of the show.
  5. "Harry Potter Book 7 Launch": The Critic attends a midnight launch party for the final Harry Potter book.
  6. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Movies": The Critic reviews all three live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles films, the third of which he can't stand five minutes of.
  7. "Top 11 Scariest Nostalgic Moments": In his first "Top 11" review, the Critic counts down his top 11 scariest moments.
  8. "Super Mario Brothers: The Movie": The Critic reviews Super Mario Bros. (1993) and incensed at things from Dennis Hopper's acting to the debate about Mario and Luigi's last name.
  9. "Cloverfield Review": After finally seeing the movie, the Critic gives it a proper review, as well as doing an impression of Hud.
  10. "Street Fighter + Mortal Kombat: The Movie Reviews": Originally split into two parts, the Critic reviews two movies based on famous video games.
  11. "Space Jam Review": The Critic reviews Space Jam and rants about things from the boring scenes with Michael Jordan's family to Lola Bunny's "Bunny Boobies".
  12. "Pokemon: The Movie": The Critic reviews Pokémon: The First Movie and rants at everything from the insane number of Pokémon movies to the ending.
  13. "The Wizard": The Critic reviews The Wizard and proceeds to blast this corporate shill of a flick.
  14. "The Top 11 Naughtiest Moments in Animaniacs": A countdown of the top 11 moments in Animaniacs that got past the censors.
  15. "Batman and Robin": The Critic reviews Batman & Robin and, while deprived of all methods of suicide, rants at everything from the campy fight scenes to the infamous bat credit card.
  16. "Top 11 Catchiest Theme Songs": The Critic counts down his top 11 catchiest theme songs from his childhood.
  17. "90's Sports Montage": The Critic reviews several sports movies to see why they're so popular.
  18. "Top 11 Drug PSAs": A countdown of the weirdest, scariest and overly-dramatic public service announcements about drugs.
  19. "Captain Planet": The Critic reviews Captain Planet and the Planeteers and gives criticism to the storylines, especially the infamous "A Formula for Hate".
  20. "Double Dare": The Critic review the kids' game show Double Dare (1986).
  21. "3 Ninjas": The Critic reviews the martial arts comedy flick 3 Ninjas.
  22. "Top 11 Hottest Animated Women": The Critic counts down his top sexiest cartoon women.
  23. "Masters of the Universe": The Critic reviews the Live-Action Adaptation of He-Man.
  24. "Follow That Bird": The Critic attempts to review Follow That Bird, but he just can't do it and gets Chester A. Bum to finish the review.
  25. "Saved by the Bell": The Critic reviews the dated teen sitcom Saved by the Bell.
  26. "Tom and Jerry: The Movie": The Critic reviews Tom and Jerry: The Movie and is devastated when he hears the titular duo talk and sing.
  27. "Top 11 Saddest Moments": A countdown of the Critic's top nostalgic Tear Jerker moments.
  28. "Surf Ninjas": The Critic reviews Surf Ninjas and surprisingly likes it.
  29. "Top 11 Nostalgic Animated Shows": The Critic reviews his favorite animated series in this countdown.
  30. "Kazaam": The Critic reviews Kazaam and criticizes everything from Unfortunate Implications to Shaquille O'Neal's rapping.
  31. "Drew Struzan Tribute": A tribute to the movie poster artist.
  32. "Halloween '08 Special": After giving a scathing review to his Teddy Ruxpin doll, Teddy is out for vengeance.
  33. "Double Dragon": The Critic reviews the unfaithful adaptation of Double Dragon (1994).
  34. "Top 11 Underrated Nostalgic Classics": The Critic counts down his favorite underrated movies.
  35. "Howard the Duck": The Critic reviews the infamous Howard the Duck.
  36. "Mortal Kombat: Annihilation": The Critic reviews the infamous Mortal Kombat: Annihilation.
  37. "Godzilla": The Critic reviews Godzilla (1998) and slams Matthew Broderick.
  38. "Top 11 Disney Villains": The Critic counts down the top 11 baddest Disney animated villains.
  39. "Super Mario Bros. Super Show": The Critic reviews The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and its weekly companion The Legend of Zelda.
  40. "Top 12 Greatest Christmas Specials": Because it's Christmas, the Critic counts down his 12 favorite Christmas specials.
  41. "Jingle All The Way": The Critic reviews the holiday disaster Jingle All the Way.
     2009 Episodes 
  1. "Nicktoons": The Critic kicks off "Nickelodeon Month" reviewing famous Nicktoons.
  2. "Nickcoms": Critic looks back at several of Nickelodeon's live-action series.
  3. "SNICK": Critic looks back at several shows that aired on the SNICK block.
  4. "Good Burger": Critic reviews Nick's motion picture travesty Good Burger.
  5. "FernGully: The Last Rainforest": The Critic reviews FernGully: The Last Rainforest with The Nostalgia Chick.
  6. "A Kid in King Arthur's Court": The Critic reviews A Kid in King Arthur's Court.
  7. "The Good Son": After losing his voice ranting about the movie, the Critic reviews The Good Son in silence the best way he can.
  8. "Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog": The Critic reviews the two series based on Sonic the Hedgehog.
  9. "Top 11 Nostalgic Mindfucks": A countdown of the Critic's top bizarro scenes.
  10. "Twister": The Critic reviews the complete disaster of Twister.
  11. "The Garbage Pail Kids Movie": The Critic goes insane over reviewing The Garbage Pail Kids Movie, the worst movie Doug Walker ever reviewed.
  12. "Rock-a-Doodle": The Critic reviews Don Bluth's Rock-A-Doodle.
  13. "Titanic: The Animated Movie": The Critic reviews Titanic: The Legend Goes On and goes apeshit over the flat characters and especially the rapping dog.
  14. "The Pagemaster": The Critic reviews The Pagemaster.
  15. "Moonwalker": The Critic reviews Michael Jackson's Moonwalker.
  16. "Top 11 Dumbest Superman Moments": A countdown of the dumbest moments from the Superman films.
  17. "TMNT": The Critic reviews TMNT.
  18. "Red Sonja": In response to the criticism of a controversial joke in his last review, the Critic reviews Red Sonja.
  19. "Short Circuit 1 and 2": The Critic reviews both Short Circuit films.
  20. "Old vs. New: Batman vs. The Dark Night": The first "Old vs. New" episode where Critic compares Batman (1989) and The Dark Knight.
  21. "Full House": The Critic reviews the corny television series Full House.
  22. "North": In response to Siskel & Ebert's review of the film, Critic reviews the box-office travesty that is North.
  23. "Sidekicks": The Critic reviews the Chuck Norris film Sidekicks.
  24. "Gargoyles": The Critic reviews one of his favorite animated series, Gargoyles.
  25. "Transformers 2": In a Call-Back to his first video, the Critic reviews Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen.
  26. "Steel": The Critic reviews Steel.
  27. "Top 11 Cereal Mascots": A countdown of Critic's favorite cereal mascots.
  28. "Barb Wire": The Critic reviews the Pamela Anderson romp Barb Wire.
  29. "Old vs. New: Lord of the Rings Animated Vs. Lord of the Rings": The Critic compares and contrasts different versions of the Tolkien tale.
  30. "Last Action Hero": The Critic reviews the action parody Last Action Hero.
  31. "Captain N: The Game Master": Critic reviews the animated series Captain N: The Game Master.
  32. "We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story": Raoul Puke reviews the bizarre animated flick We're Back! A Dinosaur's Story.
  33. "Warriors of Virtue": Critic reviews Warriors of Virtue.
  34. "Captain America": The Critic reviews Captain America. Not The First Avenger, the 1990 movie.
  35. "Top 11 Nostalgia Critic Fuck-Ups": The obsessive fan Douchey McNitpick forces Critic to count down the biggest mistakes he made in previous episodes.
  36. "Alone in the Dark": When Critic loses his voice after seeing Alone in the Dark (2005), he reviews the film using a speech synthesizer, accompanied by Spoony and Linkara.
  37. "Blank Check": Critic flips his lid at Blank Check, calling it a course of "Bland Shit 101".
  38. "Old vs. New: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory vs. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory": The Critic compares and contrasts Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
  39. "Cool as Ice": The Critic reviews the Vanilla Ice shill Cool as Ice.
  40. "Suburban Commando": Critic reviews Suburban Commando.
  41. "The Next Karate Kid": The Critic reviews The Next Karate Kid.
  42. "Casper": Casper the Friendly Ghost tries to scare Critic by showing him his movie.
  43. "Superman IV": After Linkara attempts to take over the show, Critic is forced to a crossover review of Superman IV: The Quest for Peace.
  44. "Congo": The Critic reviews Congo.
  45. "A Tribute to Siskel and Ebert": Critic presents a tribute to famed movie critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert.
  46. "Judge Dredd": The Critic reviews Judge Dredd.
  47. "Tank Girl": The Critic reviews Tank Girl.
  48. "Jack Frost": It's Christmastime again and Critic reviews Jack Frost.
  49. "He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special": To his delight, Critic reviews He-Man and She-Ra: A Christmas Special.
  50. "The Return of the Christmas Special": Critic counts down 11 more of his favorite Christmas Specials.
  51. "The Star Wars Holiday Special": The Critic reviews (or at least attempts to review) the one project George Lucas officially disowned: The Star Wars Holiday Special.
  52. "Ernest Saves Christmas": While depressed that Christmas has ended, Critic reviews Ernest Saves Christmas.
     2010 Episodes 
  1. "Commando": "Schwarzenegger Month" kicks off with a review of Commando.
  2. "Junior": Critic reviews the shocking dramedy Junior.
  3. "Conan the Barbarian": The Critic reviews Conan the Barbarian (1982).
  4. "Conan the Destroyer": The Critic reviews the even worse Conan the Destroyer.
  5. "End of Days": The Critic reviews End of Days.
  6. "Battlefield Earth": In the 100th episode, the Critic loses his shit reviewing Battlefield Earth.
  7. "Bébé's Kids": The Critic, in response to an old review of the video game version, reviews the animated romp Bébé's Kids.
  8. "Lost in Space": The Critic reviews the godawful film adaptation of Lost in Space.
  9. "Top 11 Villain Songs": A countdown of Critic's favorite villain songs.
  10. "Quest for Camelot": The Critic reviews the Disney knockoff Quest for Camelot.
  11. "Old vs. New: The Nutty Professor vs. The Nutty Professor": Critic must choose which is the better version of The Nutty Professor.
  12. "Bio-Dome": The Critic reviews the disaster known as Bio-Dome.
  13. "The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter": The Critic reviews the weak sequel to The NeverEnding Story.
  14. "Top 11 Most Awkward Christopher Walken Moments": The Critic counts down the top hammiest and weirdest moments from Christopher Walken.
  15. "Flubber": The Critic reviews the flub of a film known as Flubber.
  16. "Home Alone 3": The Critic reviews the third and totally different sequel to Home Alone.
  17. "Old vs. New: King Kong vs. Peter Jackson's King Kong": The Critic compares and contrasts different versions of King Kong.
  18. "Drop Dead Fred": The Critic reviews the disturbing comedy Drop Dead Fred.
  19. "The Care Bears Movie": The Critic reviews the sickly sentimental The Care Bears Movie.
  20. "Jaws 3D": The Critic reviews Jaws 3-D.
  21. "Free Willy": The Critic reviews Free Willy.
  22. "A Troll in Central Park": A review of the cutesy piece of garbage that is A Troll in Central Park.
  23. "Theodore Rex": The Critic reviews Theodore Rex.
  24. "Top 11 Coolest Cliches": A countdown of famous movie cliches.
  25. "Hook": Critic reviews the love-it-or-hate-it flick Hook.
  26. "Independence Day": Critic reviews Independence Day.
  27. "The Room": The Critic has to go to the future to wax nostalgic about "The Citizen Kane of Bad Movies", The Room.
  28. "The Phantom": The Critic reviews The Phantom.
  29. "Zeus and Roxanne": Critic reviews the strange animal romance flick Zeus and Roxanne.
  30. "Animaniacs Tribute": The Critic rounds up some of the cast and crew of Animaniacs to share their thoughts of the legendary animated series.
  31. "The Flintstones Movie": The Critic reviews the Live-Action Adaptation of The Flintstones.
  32. "Mr. Nanny": A review of the messed-up Hulk Hogan romp Mr. Nanny.
  33. "Rocky IV": The Critic reviews Rocky IV.
  34. "Chairman of the Board": Critic reviews the only film starring Carrot Top, Chairman of the Board.
  35. "Next Top 11 Nostalgia Critic Fuck-Ups": Douchey is back to make Critic confront his past mistakes.
  36. "Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw": The Critic reviews Pound Puppies and the Legend of Big Paw.
  37. "The Pebble and the Penguin": The Critic reviews the Don Bluth film The Pebble and the Penguin.
  38. "Ernest Scared Stupid": "Nostalgia-Ween" kicks off with a review of Ernest Scared Stupid.
  39. "Top 11 Scariest Performances": Critic counts down 11 of the scariest film performances (in his opinion anyway).
  40. "Stephen King's It": The Critic reviews It while taking the Stephen King drinking game.
  41. "Leprechaun": To conclude "Nostalgia-Ween", Critic teams up with The Cinema Snob to review Leprechaun.
  42. "My Pet Monster": The Critic reviews the toy-based My Pet Monster.
  43. "Nostalgic Commercials": In a state of depression from his last review, Critic looks back at some old commercials.
  44. "Old vs. New: The Ten Commandments vs. The Prince of Egypt": Critic compares and contrasts to see if The Ten Commandments (1956) or The Prince of Egypt is better.
  45. "The Thief and the Cobbler": Critic reviews the troubled animated film The Thief and the Cobbler.
  46. "Waterworld": The Critic reviews the infamous bomb Waterworld.
  47. "Little Monsters": The Critic reviews the unfunny kafka komedy film Little Monsters.
  48. "Rover Dangerfield": Critic reviews the star-based animated film Rover Dangerfield.
  49. "Raiders of the Story Arc: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles": Critic reviews the first few episodes of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
     2011 Episodes 
  1. "The NeverEnding Story III: Escape from Fantasia": "Sequel Month" kicks off with a review of the third and weakest sequel to The NeverEnding Story.
  2. "FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue": Critic reviews the sequel to FernGully.
  3. "The Secret of NIMH 2: Timmy to the Rescue": The Critic reviews the sequel to his favorite film The Secret of NIMH.
  4. "Care Bears II: A New Generation": The Critic reviews the second Care Bears movie to officially end Sequel Month.
  5. "Dungeons & Dragons": The Critic reviews the So Bad, It's Good fantasy Dungeons & Dragons (2000).
  6. "Top 11 Dumbest Spider-Man Moments": A countdown of the dumbest moments in the Spider-Man Trilogy.
  7. "The Lost World: Jurassic Park": The Critic reviews the sequel to Jurassic Park.
  8. "Return of the Nostalgic Commercials": Another look at the commercials of days gone by.
  9. "Inspector Gadget": A review of the insultingly cartoony film Inspector Gadget (1999).
  10. "Old vs. New: The Karate Kid": A comparison and contrasting of both versions of The Karate Kid.
  11. "The Langoliers": The Critic reviews The Langoliers.
  12. "Airborne": The Critic reviews Airborne.
  13. "Baby Geniuses": Stunned into near-silence by Baby Geniuses, Critic mentally reviews the film while wandering an anime convention.
  14. "Raiders of the Story Arc: X-Men The Animated Series": The Critic reviews the first few episodes of X-Men: The Animated Series.
  15. "The Magic Voyage": A review of The Magic Voyage and its twisted history.
  16. "Double Team": The Critic reviews the stupidly awesome action movie, Double Team.
  17. "Top 11 Dumbasses in Distress": The Critic counts down the worst examples of Damsel Scrappies.
  18. "Jaws: The Revenge": Shark attacks have never been so boring with Jaws: The Revenge.
  19. "Gordy": Pig Power's in the House with Gordy.
  20. "The OTHER Animated Titanic": The Critic is in shambles when he discovers that there's another animated musical about the Titanic.
  21. "Revenge of the Commercials": Yet another commercial retrospective.
  22. "Once Upon a Forest": The Nostalgia Critic reviews another environmentally-focused movie with Once Upon a Forest.
  23. "Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland": The Nostalgia Critic reviews TMS' flop Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland.
  24. "Old vs. New: True Grit vs. True Grit": The Critic compares the two True Grit films to see which one is better.
  25. "Transformers 3": The Critic starts his hyperactive review of Transformers: Dark of the Moon, but is called into court for plagiarism.
  26. "Milk Money": The Critic is squicked out by the family-friendly film about prostitutes, Milk Money.
  27. "Rad": Everything is not rad with RAD.
  28. "Raiders of the Story Arc: DuckTales": The Critic looks back on the Ear Worm-inducing show, DuckTales.
  29. "Care Bears in Wonderland": The Critic reviews the final Care Bears movie, The Care Bears: Adventure in Wonderland.
  30. "Cop and a Half": Burt Reynolds and children don't mix in Cop and a Half.
  31. "Top 11 Batman The Animated Series Episodes": Critic counts down his favorite episodes of Batman: The Animated Series.
  32. "Alaska": The Nostalgia Critic wants that bear in Alaska.
  33. "Let's Play Bart's Nightmare": The Critic does a Let's Play of The Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare in order to make things easier on himself. He's wrong. Dead wrong.
  34. "James and the Giant Peach": After his disastrous Let's Play, the Critic is forced to do a positive review on a film he hates, James and the Giant Peach.
  35. "The Avengers": When the Critic hears that he's reviewing The Avengers, he gets more than he bargained for.
  36. "Simon Sez": The Nostalgia Critic teams up with Obscurus Lupa to review Simon Sez.
  37. "The Tommyknockers": Another round of Nostalgia-Ween starts with The Tommyknockers.
  38. "The Haunting": Ghosts are far from the scariest thing about this movie when the Critic reviews The Haunting (1999).
  39. "Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2": Not much makes sense when the Critic reviews Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2.
  40. "Exorcist 2: The Heretic": The Critic concludes Nostalgia-Ween with Exorcist 2: The Heretic.
  41. "Doug's 1st Movie": The Critic must confront the film adaptation of the source of his childhood trauma with Doug's 1st Movie.
  42. "The Cell": Ask the Nostalgia Critic what The Cell means!
  43. "Raiders of the Story Arc: Superman The Animated Series": The Critic reviews the sister series of his favorite show, Superman: The Animated Series.
  44. "Felix the Cat: The Movie": The Critic reviews one of the worst animated films he's ever reviewed, Felix the Cat: The Movie.
  45. "Moulin Rouge!": In this musical review, the Nostalgia Critic tries to review Moulin Rouge! while Brentalfloss and The Nostalgia Chick try to change his attitude towards the film.
  46. "Babes in Toyland": The Critic starts the next batch of Christmas reviews with Babes in Toyland while the Ghost of Christmas Future tries to start Yet Another Christmas Carol.
  47. "The Grinch": The Critic, in the style of Dr. Seuss, reviews How the Grinch Stole Christmas!.
  48. "Child's Play": The Nostalgia Critic and Phelous team up to review the holiday classic... Child's Play (1988)?
     2012 Episodes 
  1. "Santa Claus: The Movie": The Critic reviews Santa Claus: The Movie.
  2. "Star Trek: The Motion Picture": To kick off "Star Trek Month", the Critic reviews the first Star Trek Movie.
  3. "Star Trek III: The Search for Spock": The Critic reviews Star Trek III: The Search for Spock.
  4. "Star Trek V: The Final Frontier": The Critic reviews Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.
  5. "Star Trek Generations": The Critic reviews Star Trek: Generations.
  6. "Star Trek: Insurrection": The Critic and Linkara review Star Trek: Insurrection (at the end, Star Trek: Nemesis).
  7. "Patch Adams": The Critic reviews Patch Adams and goes ballistic, calling it an insult to the real man.
  8. "Ponyo": 200th episode! While at Anime Milwaukee, the Critic gets chased by angry fans for announcing that he's going to review Ponyo on the Cliff by the Sea and hides away in his hotel room, where he admits to liking said film.
  9. "Dunston Checks In": According to the critic, movies about monkeys are not funny and reviews Dunston Checks In to prove his point.
  10. "Thomas and the Magic Railroad": The Critic reiews the Thomas & Friends film Thomas and the Magic Railroad and constantly had to remind a depressed Peter Fonda that "It's Thomas the FUCKING Tank Engine!"
  11. "The Top 11 Nostalgia Critic Fuck-Ups: Part 3": Once again, Douchey irritates Critic with a countdown of his biggest errors from past shows.
  12. "Richie Rich": The Critic reviews Macaulay Culkin's version of Richie Rich.
  13. "Jungle 2 Jungle": In the style of a nature documentary, the Critic reviews Disney's rather inappropriate Jungle 2 Jungle.
  14. "Old vs. New: Manhunter vs. Red Dragon": The Critic compares the films Manhunter and Red Dragon to see which is better.
  15. "Starchaser: The Legend of Orin": Bennett the Sage finally catches up to the Critic and coerces him into looking back at a certain Star Wars copycat called Starchaser: The Legend of Orin.
  16. "Raiders of the Story Arc: Transformers": "Optimus Prime" reviews the storyline of the first three episodes of The Transformers at the Anime St. Louis convention.
  17. "A Simple Wish": The Critic reviews A Simple Wish and criticizes Mara Wilson's acting, but gets a surprise visit at the end.
  18. "Alien: Resurrection": The Critic reviews Alien: Resurrection.
  19. "Jack": The Critic reviews Jack and has a field day with its flaws.
  20. "Heavy Metal": The Critic reviews the compilation feature Heavy Metal with guest Diamanda Hagan.
  21. "Mr. Magoo": The Critic reviews Disney's Live-Action Adaptation of Mr. Magoo.
  22. "Top 11 Simpsons Episodes": The Critic counts down his favorite episodes of The Simpsons.
  23. "Signs": The Critic reviews Signs, saying that everyone fell for it.
  24. "Digimon: The Movie": The Critic reviews Digimon: The Movie with JesuOtaku.
  25. "The Top 11 FUCK YEAH Movie Themes": A countdown of the Critic's favorite movie themes.
  26. "Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2": At ConnetiCon, a comatose Critic reviews the sequel to Baby Geniuses in his thoughts while brentalfloss and Uncle Yo try to snap him out.
  27. "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom": The Critic crosses over with 80's Dan and reviews Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom with his gang.
  28. "The Wiz": The Critic reviews The Wiz with Todd in the Shadows and they have fun nitpicking flaws from Joel Schumacher's involvement to the low amount of screentime for Michael Jackson.
  29. "Total Recall": The Critic reviews the original Total Recall (1990) with That SciFi Guy.
  30. "Scooby-Doo": The Critic reviews Scooby-Doo (2002) with his younger and older selves and ends up having to save the world, in the episode intended to finish the series with a rather heartfelt ending.

     2013 Episodes 
  1. "The Odd Life of Timothy Green": In his first review after being reincarnated, the Critic watches the jerk-filled mess that is The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
  2. "Pearl Harbor": As the Critic tears into the pseudo-patriotic Pearl Harbor, various cutaways depict the humble beginnings of Michael Bay.
  3. "Son of the Mask": The Critic reviews Son of the Mask, while Satan tries to get his cute-obsessed daughter back to her hell-raising self.
  4. "The King and I": The Critic reviews the 1999 animated version of The King and I.
  5. "Catwoman": The Critic reviews Catwoman (2004) while previous Catwoman actresses try to get the respect they deserve.
  6. "The Cat in the Hat": As Critic babysits Satan's daughter, he and Peter Soulless dispute over The Cat in the Hat film.
  7. "Top 11 South Park Episodes": A countdown of the Critic's top episodes of South Park.
  8. "Jurassic Park": The Critic returns to the famous dinosaur film, recapping both its awesomeness and its dumb moments.
  9. "A.I.: Artificial Intelligence": While forced to work for TMZ, the Critic has to review A.I.: Artificial Intelligence.
  10. "Master of Disguise": The Critic has found the least funny comedy he's encountered yet: Dana Carvey's The Master of Disguise.
  11. "Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie": Zordon drafts the Critic to fight Rita Repulsa's plan to destroy the Power Rangers and Take Over the World... by showing everyone Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie.
  12. "Top 11 Dumbest Lord of the Rings Moments": Although he liked them overall, the Critic still has some issues with The Lord of the Rings films.
  13. "Sailor Moon": The Critic hires Dr. Hack to create the ultimate TV formula, but It's Been Done as Sailor Moon.
  14. "Les Miserables": The Critic teams up with Paw Dugan and Oancitizen for a musical review about Les Misérables (2012).
  15. "Top 11 Adult Jokes We Never Got As Kids" The Critic lists out some of his favorite cases of Demographically Inappropriate Humour.
  16. "The Last Airbender": Sokka and Katara need the Critic to defeat the Fuck-Up Lord Shyamal-Amon and restore balance to the Avatar franchise by taking on his horrendous live-action adaptation.
  17. "Bridge to Terabithia": The critic takes on the magic, whimsy and death of Bridge to Terabithia.
  18. "The Shining Mini-Series": To kick off Nostalgia-ween, the Critic gets a little too involved with the 1997 miniseries version of The Shining.
  19. "Sharknado": The Cinema Snob needs some help from the Critic in looking at a much talked-out so-bad-it's-good movie Sharknado.
  20. "Devil": While stuck in an elevator with Rita Repulsa, Santa Christ, and the Devil, the Critic spends the time reviewing Devil.
  21. "Dawn of the Commercials": The Critic takes a look at some more nostalgic commercials.
  22. "Man of Steel": The Nostalgia Critic and Angry Joe argue about the most controversial film of the summer, Man of Steel.
  23. "Top 12 Santa Clauses": The Nostalgia Critic counts down the top 12 Santa portrayals.
  24. "Eight Crazy Nights": The Critic finds a Chanukah movie to review, but unfortunately it's Eight Crazy Nights.
  25. "The Worst Christmas Special EVER!": The Critic finally found the worst Christmas Special in the world: The Christmas Tree.

     2014 Episodes 
  1. "Face/Off": The Nostalgia Critic starts "Nicolas Cage Month" with Face/Off.
  2. "Wicker Man": Bee Afraid of The Wicker Man (2006).
  3. "Ghost Rider": Nicolas Cage month wraps up with Ghost Rider (2007).
  4. "Top 11 Strangest Couples": To celebrate Valentine's Day, the Nostalgia Critic counts down the best unconventional romances.
  5. "Ghost Dad": The ghost of the Nostalgia Critic reviews the film that killed him in the first place, Ghost Dad.
  6. "Alice In Wonderland": The Critic goes down the Rabbit Hole to Burton Land, and reviews Tim Burton's Alice In Wonderland.
  7. "Top 11 Moments You Never Noticed in Ghostbusters": To honor the passing of Harold Ramis, the Critic counts down eleven things audiences may have missed in Ghostbusters (1984).
  8. "Disney Afternoon": The Critic drags Malcolm and Tamara into reliving their childhood by watching the shows that aired on the "The Disney Afternoon" block.
  9. "Foodfight!": The Critic watches the worst animated film he's ever reviewed, Foodfight!, hoping to cash in on its surging ironic popularity.
  10. "Top 11 GOOD Things From the Star Wars Prequels": The Critic picks out some of the more laudable elements from the much-maligned Star Wars prequel trilogy.
  11. "The Swan Princess": The Critic takes a look at a long-requested animated film, The Swan Princess.
  12. "The Lorax": The Critic deals with the film adaptation of Dr. Seuss' classic, The Lorax.
  13. "Old vs. New: Spider-Man": The Critic compares the Spider-Man Trilogy to The Amazing Spider-Man.
  14. "Blues Brothers 2000": The Critic is revisiting an old review but in a really half-assed way, just like Blues Brothers 2000.
  15. "Jurassic Park III": The Critic is having nightmemes, but the real nightmare is Jurassic Park III.
  16. "After Earth": The Critic takes on Shyamalan's latest stinker featuring Will and Jaden Smith, After Earth.
  17. "BloodRayne": The Critic reviews BloodRayne but, this being another Uwe Boll film, has to deal with a pair of mandatory co-reviewers.
  18. "The Purge": Malcolm and Tamara are afraid there will be a law breaking up Pinky and the Brain causing mass chaos, just like in The Purge.
  19. "The Top 11 Movie Trailers": The Critic lists trailers that really drive up the hype.
  20. "Small Soldiers": The Critic reviews Small Soldiers.
  21. "The Princess Diaries 2": Hyper Fan Girl forces the Critic (at gunpoint) to look at the chick flick The Princess Diaries 2.
  22. "Ghost Rider 2": The Critic caves into requests he review Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance, but finds yet another reviewer ready for him.
  23. "Top 11 Worst Avatar Episodes": While finding none of them outright bad, he still must find the weakest episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
  24. "Top 11 Best Avatars": After the previous "Worst 11" list, Zuko shows up to defend the honor of the cartoon.
  25. "Maximum Overdrive": Nostalgia-ween kicks off with Maximum Overdrive, the only Stephen King movie directed by the guy himself.
  26. "Top 11 New Halloween Classics": The Critic lists newer scary flicks that will probably be watched often in the future.
  27. "The Monster Squad": Gathering what is called "The Token Group", Nostalgia Critic and friends review the film Monster Squad.
  28. "Rise of the Commercials": Another installment of nostalgic commercials.
  29. "Forest Warrior": Along with fellow reviewer Mathew "Film Brain" Buck, the Critic covers the Chuck Norris movie Forest Warrior.
  30. "Grandma Got Run Over By a Reindeer": The Critic opens a calm and collected holiday season with Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.
  31. "A Christmas Story 2": The Critic takes on A Christmas Story 2 while Hyper Fangirl is stalking him again.
  32. "Care Bears Nutcracker": The end of Christmas isn’t easy, and Care Bears Nutcracker Suite doesn’t make it any easier.

     2015 Episodes 
  1. "The Matrix": The Critic has to face Agent Schmuck after admitting he didn't care for The Matrix.
  2. "The Animatrix": The Critic looks at The Animatrix to see if it is better than the other films.
  3. "Matrix Reloaded": The Critic is forced to make a unnecessary sequel to his Matrix review, just like the unnecessary The Matrix Reloaded.
  4. "Matrix Revolutions": The Critic takes a last trip into the Matrix for The Matrix Revolutions.
  5. "Mamma Mia": Against the advice of Rob, Malcolm and Tamara, the Critic dares to take on the ultimate Chick Flick: Mamma Mia!.
  6. "The Haunted Mansion": The Critic wonders how could Disney screw up the film adaptation of "Haunted Mansion", one of their most successful theme park rides. The answer is (mis)casting Eddie Murphy.
  7. "Daredevil": The Nostalgia Critic takes aim at one of the prime examples of early 2000s comic book movies, Daredevil.
  8. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)": The Critic dares to take on Michael Bay's desecration of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and that can only mean one thing: an encounter with an old, familiar face.
  9. "Demolition Man": From The '90s when films were Rated M for Manly, it's Demolition Man.
  10. "The Top 11 Best Animaniacs Episodes": The Nostalgia Critic counts down the best episodes of a beloved cartoon.
  11. "The Legend of Zorro": The Critic can only wonder how can one of the best films of the late 90s mutated into a Saturday morning cartoon slapstick in the mid-2000s.
  12. "Fantastic Four": Team Nostalgia Critic get superpowers from a radioactive meteorite and what do they do? Do little to nothing with them, much like the Fantastic Four in this movie!
  13. "Sharkboy and Lavagirl": Robert Rodriguez has the perfect gift for his son: The Adventures Of Shark Boy And Lava Girl.
  14. "Jupiter Ascending": The Critic continues to chart the Wachowskis' descent with their recent failure, a mess of sci-fi ripoffs and overacting called Jupiter Ascending.
  15. "Jurassic World": Tired of his videos being taken down, the Critic breaks his own rules by reviewing the latest Jurassic Park film, Jurassic World, while it's still playing in theatres.
  16. "Top 11 Show Intros": The Critic takes a look at the TV show introductions that get people hooked in.
  17. "Planet of the Apes": The Critic has to explain to an astronaut that she isn't in an alternate universe, it's just the regular one filled with reboots like Planet of the Apes (2001).
  18. "Osmosis Jones": The Critic's brain is invaded by a Chris Rock impersonator calling himself Osmosis Jones, who accuses the emotions of ripping off elements of Osmosis Jones for Inside Out.
  19. "Garfield the Movie": The Critic brings us Garfield as written by Joel and Ethan Coen, rather than by Joel Cohen.
  20. "Pixels": Adam Sandler's latest film is so predictable that the Critic uses an app to literally phone in Pixels.
  21. "Smurfs": After months being locked in the closet, Andre the Black Nerd blackmails the Critic into diving into the CGI abomination known as the 2011 adaptation of The Smurfs.
  22. "Mad Max - Fury Road": Chased on all sides, the Critic tries to weigh in on one of the most talked-about movies of 2015, Mad Max: Fury Road.
  23. "Event Horizon": Nostalgiaween 2015 kicks off with Event Horizon, the 1997 cult hit that was a cult hit for some reason beyond anyone's comprehension, let alone the Critic's.
  24. "Children of the Corn": The Critic continues Nostalgiaween 2015 with an obligatory Stephen King film review, and this time it's the 1984 adaptation of the Children of the Corn franchise.
  25. "Top 11 Halloween Guilty Pleasures": The Critic talks about his favourite fun yet flawed Halloween films and specials.
  26. "Hocus Pocus": 22 years after they were executed, three witches come back to life to haunt the Critic as he closes out Nostalgiaween 2015 with their film, Hocus Pocus.
  27. "Conquest of the Commercials": Another commercial retrospective, but with a completely unexpected guest.
  28. "Dragon's Lair": As punishment for making fun of Don Bluth's films, the Critic is forced to play the classic arcade game and its sequel.
  29. "We Wish You a Turtle Christmas": After accidentally destroying the world with his Christmas spirit, the Critic decides to sit through the infamous Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Christmas special.
  30. "Christmas With The Kranks": The Critic sticks it to Christmas with the Kranks while having to contend with his 2007 self trying to hijack his show to return it to its older roots.
  31. "Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens": The Critic and the Snob close 2015 with one of the most talked-about movies of the year — the latest installment of the decades-old Star Wars franchise.

     2016 Episodes 
  1. "The Happening": The Critic begins 2016 with a string of M. Night Shyamalan films, kicking off with the supposedly-scary-yet-unintentionally-funny The Happening.
  2. "Top 11 Funniest Shyamalan Moments": A director so unwilling to learn from his mistakes is bound to have plenty of unintentionally hilarious moments.
  3. "Lady in the Water": Shyamalan Month closes with what the Critic claims is the most unintentionally funny film of M. Night Shyamalan's career — Lady in the Water.
  4. "Labyrinth": In honor of the late David Bowie and its 30th anniversary, the Critic looks back at one of the weirdest movies of The '80s, Labyrinth.
  5. "Spawn": The Critic discovers the Devil has made a mistake in modeling his hellscape after Spawn the film rather than the comic book.
  6. "Cats and Dogs": The Critic decides to check out Cats & Dogs while a woman videotapes him for mysterious reasons.
  7. "The Phantom of the Opera": The cast of Shark Jumping joins the Critic in surviving through the botched 2004 film version of The Phantom of the Opera, directed by Joel Schumacher (of the Bat Credit Card infamy).
  8. "The Adventures of Pluto Nash": The Critic reluctantly looks into The Adventures of Pluto Nash, one of the worst flops of 2002.
  9. "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice": The Critic and Angry Joe confront Zack Snyder over his much-hyped but ultimately poorly-received Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
  10. "Blade": The Critic takes a look to see if one of the films that revived comic book movies, Blade, holds up as well now as it did when it was released.
  11. "Old vs. New: Cinderella": The Critic compares the 1950 animated adaptation of Cinderella and its 2015 live-action remake.
  12. "Spy Kids 3D: Game Over": The Critic checks out the last (and worst) film of Robert Rodriguez's original Spy Kids trilogy.
  13. "Top 11 Disney Princess Conspiracies": The Critic lists 11 of the most interesting theories about the Disney Princesses.
  14. "Jem and the Holograms": The Critic reviews the terrible film adaptation of the 1980s cartoon Jem.
  15. "Scooby-Doo 2": Just when Critic thought it was over, he's back to fight against Scooby-Doo 2.
  16. "Alvin and the Chipmunks"
  17. "Ghostbusters (2016)": Confronted with an angry mob of supporters and detractors, the Critic struggles to get into the heart of one of the most bitterly divisive films of 2016: the latest cinematic reboot of the Ghostbusters franchise.
  18. "Wild Wild West": In time for the release of Will Smith's latest film, the Critic takes a look at his first critically-panned film.
  19. "The Third Animated Titanic Movie (Tentacolino)": After many years trying to avoid it, the Critic is finally coerced into reviewing the sequel to The Legend of the Titanic.
  20. "Adventures Of Rocky and Bullwinkle": After years of requests, the Critic checks out the much-maligned The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle movie; what he finds, however, disturbs him.
  21. "Dreamcatcher": In true Nostalgia Critic tradition, Nostalgia-ween 2016 begins with a Stephen King film review, and this time it's Dreamcatcher.
  22. "Top 11 Gravity Falls Episodes": The Critic counts down the best episodes of the hit animated show from Disney, Gravity Falls.
  23. "Freddy vs. Jason" The Critic tries to find the ultimate crossover while reviewing one of the more notable ones.
  24. "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows": The Critic and The Angry Video Game Nerd team up once again to take on the latest film adaptation of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and this time, Andre the Black Nerd joins in to weigh in as to how something that was supposed to be good had Gone Horribly Wrong.
  25. "Battle of the Commercials": Yet another round of nostalgic commercials.
  26. "Inspector Gadget Saves Christmas": Nostalgia Critic starts off December the best way he knows how: reviewing a TV Christmas special.
  27. "Top 12 Christmas Commercials": The Critic counts down the best commercials that are related to Christmas.
  28. "I'll Be Home For Christmas": Nothing better than a horrible Christmas flick to investigate our love for antagonists.
  29. "Rogue One": The Nostalgia Critic and Chris Stuckmann cap off the year by reviewing the latest Star Wars movie to grace the holiday season, Rogue One.

     2017 Episodes 
  1. "Top 11 Best Sequels": Before the Nostalgia Critic sinks into bad sequels, he's gonna look at what made these sequels legendary.
  2. "Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel": The Nostalgia Critic greets a new year and starts off Sequel Month: The Sequel with Alvin & The Chipmunks: The Squeakquel.
  3. "Top 11 Worst Sequels": The Critic shows off the worst sequels and what made them so bad.
  4. "The Smurfs 2": The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at this "smurftacular" sequel to see how smurfing bad it is.
  5. "Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties": By popular demand, the Critic is forced to extend "Sequel Month: the Sequel" with Garfield: A Tale of Two Kitties.
  6. "Cool World": The Nostalgia Critic takes a second opinion on legendary animator Ralph Bakshi's reputedly worst work, Cool World.
  7. "Old vs. New: Evil Dead": The Nostalgia Critic compares two versions of a horror classic: The Evil Dead (1981) vs. Evil Dead (2013).
  8. "Top 11 WTF Alternate Endings": The Critic takes a look at the many alternate endings to various films that would have changed everything.
  9. "Balto": Aunt Despair tells a girl a story of how the Critic took a second opinion on Balto.
  10. "Fant4stic": Is this the worst Fantastic Four movie or the WORST? Nostalgia Critic takes a look at Fantastic Four (2015).
  11. "Clockstoppers": The Critic looks into a relatively obscure Nickelodeon film from the 2000s named Clockstoppers.
  12. "The Flintstones: Viva Rock Vegas": How did Fred and Wilma meet? The Critic answers this question that no one asked by looking at the prequel to The Flintstones, known as The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas.
  13. "Suicide Squad": The Critic takes aim at one of the big superhero movies of last summer, Suicide Squad (2016)
  14. "Alien vs. Predator": The Critic looks at what went wrong with one of the most anticipated horror crossover movies ever, Alien vs. Predator.
  15. "Wonder Woman": The Critic digs deep into the hottest superheroine movie of the year in Wonder Woman (2017).
  16. "Norm of the North": In "celebration" of his tenth anniversary, the Critic is forced to look at one of the worst animated films of The New '10s, Norm of the North.
  17. "Cats Don't Dance": The Critic revisits an old animated film despite there not being sufficient flaws to discuss.
  18. "Hulk": The Critic takes a look at one of the first — and most awkward — cinematic adaptations of The Incredible Hulk, known simply as Hulk.
  19. "Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory": The Critic determines how Tom and Jerry: Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory fares against the original Wonka movie... especially the tunnel scene.
  20. "Monkeybone": To prove that dark and weird does not always make a good movie, the Critic delves into that exceptionally weird, almost nightmarish, bit of madness known as Monkeybone.
  21. "GI Joe: The Movie": The Critic thinks it's about time to look at this awesomely dated cinematic nonsense.
  22. "The Sorcerer's Apprentice": The Critic teams up with Some Jerk with a Camera to look at The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
  23. "DuckTales (2017)": With so many reboots seeking to cash in on cartoon nostalgia, The Critic finds one done right.
  24. "Eragon": The gang investigate a fantasy movie so generic that was confused for a video game.
  25. "Kangaroo Jack": The Critic is not too pleased to realize that instead of the much-loved Samurai Jack, he has to review one of the most critically panned films of the early 2000s, Kangaroo Jack.
  26. "A Goofy Movie": He always liked this film, but doesn't understand what the fuss is about today, so he takes a trip back to the 1990s.
  27. "Green Lantern": The Critic recounts a time when Ryan Reynolds was a bane on superhero movies, especially with Green Lantern (2011).
  28. "Scary Godmother": The Critic has no choice but to review this Cartoon Network Halloween special.
  29. "It (2017)": The Critic mediates at an argument during a poker game as to how the 2017 film adaptation of It holds up compared to its 1990 forebear.
  30. "Halloween (2007)": With so many remakes of the classic scary movies, The Critic finds it worthwhile to delve into this one.
  31. "The Mummy (1999)": Before the next Mummy remake, The Critic sits through the previous one to see if it lives up to the original.
  32. "The Mummy (2017)": The Critic and The Angry Video Game Nerd team up once again to talk about the Tom Cruise flick, The Mummy (2017).
  33. "Dragonball Evolution": The Critic takes a look at one of the most infamous Western anime-to-live-action adaptations of all time, Dragonball Evolution, and to this end he recruits two people who know best.
  34. "Bangarang": The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at this prequel to Hook about Rufio, Bangarang.
  35. "War of the Commercials": You guessed it - yet another go-round of nostalgic commercials!
  36. "Super Mario Bros. the Anime": The Critic reviews a fandub of the 1986 anime movie Super Mario Bros.: The Great Mission to Save Princess Peach!.
  37. "Rapsittie Street Kids: Believe in Santa": Just when it looks like it's safe, the Critic has found an even worse animated Christmas special than before!
  38. "A Muppet Family Christmas": The Critic takes a look at an overlooked Christmas special that never got a digital release.
  39. "Home Alone 2: Lost In New York": Two families come over for the holidays and argue over a popular Christmas sequel.
  40. "Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi": Closing out 2017, the Critic, The Cinema Snob and Chris Stuckmann dive into one of the most talked-about—and most divisive—films of the Star Wars saga, The Last Jedi.

     2018 Episodes 
  1. "Mars Attacks": The Critic starts 2018 with what was supposed to be Tim Burton's first cinematic flop, Mars Attacks!.
  2. "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider": In a world awash with bad video game movies, the Critic investigates whether the 2001 film based on the Tomb Raider series is no different, or something else entirely.
  3. "Top 11 GOOD Adam Sandler Movies": He's hated plenty of this failed comedian's films, but that doesn't mean we should gloss over all the times when he succeeded.
  4. "Yogi Bear": The Critic investigates why Yogi Bear is popular in comparison to most recent live-action remakes of classic cartoons.
  5. "Horton Hears a Who": The Critic checks out if Horton Hears a Who! really lives up to its reputation as the least terrible adaptation of Dr. Seuss's works.
  6. "Batman Forever": The Critic summons The Last Angry Geek to help him review at what is considered the weirdest entry in the original Batman movie quadrilogy.
  7. "Freakazoid!": The Critic looks back at one of the most wonderfully weird cartoons of The '90s, Freakazoid!.
  8. "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked": After having to attend Hyper Fangirl and Devil Boner's wedding, the Critic contemplates on Punny Names, in particular the the third installment of the Alvin and the Chipmunks movie series.
  9. "Maleficent": The Critic begins Disney Live-Action Remake Month with a look at the first of the remakes, Maleficent.
  10. "Alice Through the Looking Glass": The same characters from the previous Alice In Wonderland review return as the Critic wonders if Disney can bring back some of the magic into Underland with the sequel.
  11. "The Jungle Book (2016)": The Critic dares to be that one asshole who hates a remake that was better received than the original.
  12. "Beauty and the Beast (2017)": The Critic takes on a bland, pointless and cash hungry beast.
  13. "Woody Woodpecker": After the dismal Disney Live-Action Remake Month, the Critic is yet again disappointed by another cartoon adaptation.
  14. "Jack and Jill": The Critic reviews another dreadfully annoying, painfully unfunny Adam Sandler disaster.
  15. "An American Tail: Fievel Goes West": The Critic investigates what makes the first An American Tail sequel so unsatisfying.
  16. "Starship Troopers": The Critic figures out if what seems like a dumb sci-fi film is actually a clever political commentary.
  17. "The Emoji Movie": The Critic checks out an animated movie so overwhelmingly hated that it will become nostalgic. But is it really that awful?
  18. "Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins": After reviewing the theatrical live action Scooby-Doo films, the Critic and the gang investigate the mystery of the prequel's failure.
  19. "The Boss Baby": After once again letting his nostalgic connection rule slip, he reviews The Boss Baby to see if it's the right kind of crazy.
  20. "The Spirit": The Critic checks out a painfully incomprehensible Frank Miller adaptation with little to do with the source material.
  21. "Deadpool 2": The Nostalgia Critic reviews Deadpool 2 to examine if Deadpool gets too much credit and explain what makes it work so well.
  22. "Chicken Little": Before they mastered the craft of computer-animated movies, Disney hatched the mean spirited, pop culture referencing film Chicken Little.
  23. "Angry Birds": Adding more proof that most video game adaptations are rotten, Critic skewers the Angry Birds film.
  24. "Do The Bartman": The "Do the Bartman" music video is played and analysed.
  25. "Fox Kids": Saturday Mornings were never more awesome! From Tiny Toons and Batman: The Animated Series to X-Men: The Animated Series and Animaniacs, The Nostalgia Critic is taking a look at the best (and worst) Fox Kids had to offer!
  26. "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen": The Nostalgia Critic is puzzled why Sean Connery would lend his talents to the comic book film The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen.
  27. "Bartok the Magnificent": The Nostalgia Critic reviews another Don Bluth film, Bartok the Magnificent, the Comic Relief in Anastasia.
  28. "Mission: Impossible 2": The later Mission: Impossible films have great reputations, so the Critic looks at the most silly and pretentious one.
  29. "Sonic the Hedgehog Movie (1999)": Nostalgia Critic checks out the anime film Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie, a speedy blur of a mess.
  30. "Doom": Critic skewers the movie adaptation of Doom for being both unfaithful to the game and too faithful.
  31. "Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles": Before its release on TV, Critic checks out the bad writing and awesome action of Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  32. "Ghostbusters 2": The Nostalgia Critic still has a soft spot for Ghostbusters II despite its misguided focus and repetition of the first film.
  33. "Old vs. New: Teen Titans": The Critic compares the infamously hated Teen Titans Go! to the beloved classic Teen Titans.
  34. "Freddy Got Fingered": Could this possibly be THE worst movie ever reviewed? The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the Tom Green film, Freddy Got Fingered.
  35. "Big Fat Liar": Is this movie as good as you remember or are you lying to yourself? The Critic takes on Big Fat Liar.
  36. "Fantastic 4: Rise of The Silver Surfer": It's the only Fantastic Four sequel which doesn't say much. Critic takes a look at Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.
  37. "Grading Cartoon Show Intros": Finding modern cartoon intros severely lacking, Critic decides to grade classic cartoons only by how they lure in an audience.
  38. "Sleepwalkers": The Critic is giddy about reviewing the funniest Stephen King movie, Sleepwalkers.
  39. "Top 11 Stephen King Movies": After mocking several Stephen King adaptations, Critic rates the good ones.
  40. "Van Helsing": The Critic takes on the audience with mindless action and forgettable characters of Van Helsing.
  41. "Alien vs. Predator Requiem": Your intellectual side and your jock side are left with nothing in Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem.
  42. "Rubber": Critic takes a look at one of the strangest horror movie concepts in Rubber.
  43. "The Powerpuff Girls Movie": The Critic explores where The Powerpuff Girls Movie could have improved.
  44. "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom": As dinosaurs become the cinematic equivalent of jangling keys in front of the audience, The Nostalgia Critic slams Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
  45. "A Wrinkle In Time": The Critic reviews the unimpressive strangeness of A Wrinkle in Time (2018).
  46. "Escape from the Commercials" It's that time of year again when the Nostalgia Critic puts on his I DONUT DONUTS shirt as he reviews another collection of nostalgic commercials.
  47. "A Christmas Story Live"
  48. "The Search for Santa Paws"
  49. "The Most HATED Nutcracker Movie Ever Made" The Critic takes a look at the critically-panned The Nutcracker in 3D.
  50. "Elf Bowling: The Movie"

     2019 Episodes 

  1. "Max Payne" The Nostalgia Critic starts off the New Year with a look at Max Payne.
  2. "Robocop (2014)" The Critic decides to check out Robocop 2014, the remake of a classic 80s film that failed to catch the attention of critics and audiences.
  3. "The Black Cauldron" The Critic reviews Disney's 1985 flop The Black Cauldron to see why the film has garnered such a following in recent years despite its glaring flaws. (It's complicated.)
  4. "The Country Bears" The Critic watches The Country Bears in its entirety to see if it's actually funny beyond Christopher Walken's performance. Meanwhile, Tamara gets concerned over his sense of humor.
  5. "Donnie Darko"
  6. "X-Men: The Animated Series"
  7. "X-Men" The Nostalgia Critic takes a look at the X-Men Film Series starting with X-Men.
  8. "X2: X-Men United" The Critic takes a look at the second installment in the X-Men franchise.
  9. "X-Men: The Last Stand": The Critic watches the generally disliked third installment, which he confesses to viewing as a Guilty Pleasure.
  10. "X-Men Origins: Wolverine": The Critic ends the X-Month marathon with a look at a panned prequel.
  11. "Best F(r)iends": The Critic, still upset with Tommy Wiseau for taking down his original review of The Room, is challenged to see his latest performance.
  12. "Tom and Jerry: The Wizard of Oz": The Critic determines how yet another Tom & Jerry adaptation of a classic story fares against the original.
  13. "Hop"
  14. "Stuart Little"
  15. "Toonami": The Critic accompanies his younger co-workers on their overview of Toonami.
  16. "Balto 2: Wolf Quest"
  17. "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within"
  18. "Mary Poppins Returns"
  19. "Movie 43"
  20. "Alien 3"
  21. "Barney's Great Adventure": The Critic tries to figure out why Barney is so hated.
  22. "Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief": The Critic looks at another young adult series that never got the franchise it was looking for.
  23. "Constantine"
  24. "Kim Possible"
  25. "The Lion King": The Critic reviews the original Lion King before going to watch the Live Action movie.
  26. "Blade II" The Critic reviews the sequel to Blade, Blade II.
  27. "That Darn Cat" The Critic teams up with the Cinema Snob to review That Darn Cat!.
  28. "The Jetsons Meet the Flintstones" Move over Avengers Endgame. Nostalgia Critic reviews the REAL biggest crossover event of the 80s in The Jetsons Meet The Flintsones.
  29. "Underworld" NC takes a bite out of the first of many films in the vampires vs. werewolves saga in Underworld (2003).
  30. "Mulan II" The Critic reviews the sequel to Mulan, Mulan II.
  31. "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip"
  32. "The Pest": The Critic contemplates on one of the most notorious films of John Leguizamo's career, The Pest.
  33. "Pink Floyd: The Wall": The Critic looks at a surreal film adaptation of a music album, with special guests Corey Taylor and Lucy Lacemaker.
  34. "Aladdin (2019)": The Critic reviews the 2019 reboot of Disney’s Aladdin.
  35. "Hannibal": Nostalgiaween 2019 starts with a look at why the sequel to the acclaimed The Silence of the Lambs wasn't as successful as the original.
  36. "It Chapter 2": The Critic and the Bill Skarsgård and Tim Curry versions of Pennywise interrupt Arthur Fleck's rehearsal to debate over the sequel to the film adaptation of one of Stephen King's most famous stories.
  37. "Tales from the Crypt presents: Demon Knight"
  38. "Venom": Accompanied by an antagonistic new voice in his head, the Critic sees if the notorious symbiote can be in a good story without the web-slinger that defined him.
  39. "Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island": Nostalgiaween 2019 finishes off with a look at one of the most popular movies in a series that has now lasted 50 years.
  40. "Justice League": Crossover with CinemaSins, The Cinema Snob, and The Angry Video Game Nerd.
  41. "Frozen"
  42. "Planet of the Commercials"
  43. "The Grinch (2018)
  44. "The Most INSANE Christmas Rom Com": The Critic takes a look at the craziest Christmas movie he's seen yet, Holiday in Handcuffs.
  45. "The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause"
  46. "Die Hard" The Critic caps off 2019 with a bang with Die Hard.

     2020 Episodes 
  1. "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker": The Critic, joined by The Mandalorian, start off the new year by examining the end of the latest Star Wars trilogy.
  2. "Beverly Hills Chihuahua"
  3. "Con Air"
  4. "Duckman"
  5. "Supergirl"
  6. "Spider-Man": The Critic kicks off Spider-Month with Spider-Man.
  7. "Spider-Man 2"
  8. "Spider-Man 3"
  9. "The Amazing Spider-Man"
  10. "The Amazing Spider-Man 2": The Spider-Month finale, in which the Critic reviews The Amazing Spider-Man 2, has been cancelled... Or is it?
  11. "Trolls"
  12. "Dolittle"
  13. "Frozen II"
  14. "Independence Day: Resurgence"
  15. "Critters"
  16. "Alpha and Omega"
  17. "Avatar": Ten years after its release, the Critic looks back at the impact (as well as the lack thereof) of what was considered James Cameron's magnum opus, Avatar.
  18. "Stuart Little 2"
  19. "Superman Returns"
  20. "Totally Spies: The Movie"
  21. "Elektra"
  22. "Alita: Battle Angel"
  23. "Mouse Hunt"
  24. "Battleship"
  25. "The Hunchback Of Notre Dame"
  26. "The Lion King (2019)": The Critic's pet cats, Buster and Chaplin, watch their master scorn the gods anew over the latest pointless Disney remake, in this case the 2019 remake of one of Disney's most iconic films, The Lion King.
  27. "The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland": The Critic takes a look at The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland to figure out why it underperformed despite Elmo's popularity.
  28. "The Lord Of The Rings (1978)": Ralph Bakshi confronts a pair of snobs sneering at his 1978 animated adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.
  29. "The Iron Giant"
  30. "The Bill & Ted Movies"
  31. "Mulan": Just before the release of its remake, the Critic looks back at Mulan.
  32. "Playing With Fire 2019": The Critic looks into the latest movie in the "tough guys work as babysitters" genre with the 2019 John Cena flick Playing with Fire (2019).
  33. "Problem Child"
  34. "Detective Pikachu": Long skeptical of the Pokémon franchise, the Critic gives in to his curiosity about all the hype and decides to give Pokémon Detective Pikachu a chance to win him over.
  35. "X-Men Apocalypse"
  36. "The Lost Boys": After years of making fun of him, the Critic pays tribute to the late Joel Schumacher by starting Nostalgiaween 2020 with one of his best films, The Lost Boys.
  37. "The Stand": Nostalgiaween 2020 continues with the obligatory Stephen King movie review, and this time the Critic looks at the 1994 mini-series adaptation of one of his best-known (and most uncomfortably relevant as of 2020) stories, The Stand.
  38. "The Witches": Nostalgiaween 2020 continues as the Critic looks at the film adaptation of Roald Dahl's The Witches.
  39. "Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark": The Critic wraps up Nostalgiaween 2020 by reviewing the film version of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.
  40. "Tusk": The Critic extends Nostalgiaween 2020 with the craziness that is Tusk.
  41. "Curse of the Commercials": . . . Yep.
  42. "The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride": The Critic reviews The Lion King II: Simba's Pride.
  43. "Sucker Punch": The Critic discusses Sucker Punch with Zack Snyder.
  44. "Krampus": The Critic checks out the Holiday Horror film Krampus.
  45. "The Muppet Christmas Carol": The Critic examines The Muppet Christmas Carol.
  46. "Deck The Halls": The Critic gives in to fan pressure and takes a look at Deck the Halls.
  47. "Batman Returns": In anticipation of Christmas, the Critic looks back at what he thinks is the most appropriate film to watch in so turbulent a year as 2020, Batman Returns.
  48. "Home Alone 4": The Critic concludes 2020 with a look at the fourth installment of the Home Alone series.

     2021 Episodes 
  1. "Shark Tale”: The Critic starts 2021 scaring the daylights out of his counseling group with Shark Tale.
  2. Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure”: Is Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure weird and freaky? The Critic tells us why with the debut of “Freakshow Cinema”.
  3. The Mummy Returns”: The Critic offers his thoughts on 2001’s The Mummy Returns.
  4. Batman vs The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles:” The Critic, in trying to examine fan fiction, takes a look at 2019’s Batman vs. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  5. 9”: In another Installment of “Freakshow Cinema”, the Critic takes a look at 9.
  6. Strange Magic”: The Critic reviews George Lucas’ animated film Strange Magic.
  7. The Terminator”: The Critic starts a month dedicated to The Terminator films beginning with the very first and (arguably) the best one.
  8. Terminator 2: Judgement Day”: Termonthnator Month continues as the Critic looks at what is INARGUABLY the best of the Terminator films, Terminator 2: Judgment Day.
  9. Terminator 3:Rise of the Machines”: Termonthnator Month continues with Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines which, while he didn’t find it as good as the previous two films, the Critic still found some things he enjoyed about it.
  10. Terminator Salvation”: Termonthnator Month continues as the Critic reviews the one with Christian Bale.
  11. Terminator Genisys”: Termonthnator Month is on as the Critic reviews the WORST film in the franchise.
  12. Terminator Dark Fate”: The Critic wraps up Termonthnator Month (Plus One Week) by reviewing Terminator: Dark Fate.
  13. Wonder Woman 1984”: The Critic offers his views on ‘’Wonder Woman 1984’’.
  14. Freaked”: The Critic checks out Freaked in another installment of “Freakshow Cinema”.
  15. The Prince Of Egypt”: The Critic examines the animated Biblical epic The Prince of Egypt.
  16. Blade Trinity”: The Critic looks at the third film in the Blade Trilogy, 2004’s Blade: Trinity.
  17. Mulan (2020)”: The Critic is shocked when he realizes he has to review Mulan (2020).
  18. Tom & Jerry (2021)”: The Critic checks out Tom & Jerry (2021). Is it any better than the 1993 one?
  19. Scooby Doo Curse of the Lake Monster”: Yep.
  20. Who Framed Roger Rabbit”: The Critic is excited to review Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
  21. The Banana Splits Movie”: In another installment of “Freakshow Cinema”, the Critic looks at The Banana Splits Movie.
  22. Ready Player One”: The Critic analyzes the film version of Ready Player One.
  23. Men In Black II”: The Critic checks out the sequel to Men in Black.
  24. An AmericanTail”: The Critic reviews An American Tail.
  25. Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life”: The Critic in a new installment of “Freakshow Cinema” looks at Monty Python's The Meaning of Life.
  26. Cats”: The Critic and the Cinema Snob review the film version of Cats.
  27. Jetsons the Movie”: The Critic reviews the film version of The Jetsons.
  28. Atlantis the Lost Empire”: The Critic reviews the 41st film in the Disney Animated Canon, Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
  29. Mystery Men”: The Critic reviews Mystery Men in another installment of “Freakshow Cinema”.
  30. X-Men: Dark Phoenix”: The Critic reviews X-Men: Dark Phoenix during a battle in space.
  31. Cinderella III A Twist in Time”: The Critic looks at Cinderella III: A Twist in Time.
  32. The Mask”: The Critic gets to review The Mask.
  33. The Nightmare Before Christmas”: The Critic starts Nostalgiaween 2021 with a look at The Nightmare Before Christmas.
  34. The Ring”: The Critic continues Nostalgiaween by taking a look at The Ring.
  35. Scooby-Doo and the Witch’s Ghost”: Nostalgiaween 2021 continues as the Critic looks at Scooby-Doo! and the Witch's Ghost.Yep, the one with the Hex Girls.
  36. The Lawnmower Man”: The Critic winds up Nostalgiaween 2021 by reviewing The Lawnmower Man . . . which is loosely based on a story by Stephen King.
  37. Leap”: The Critic takes a look at Ballerina aka Leap!.
  38. Space Jam:A New Legacy”: The Critic reviews the Sequel to Space Jam.
  39. A Series Of Unfortunate Events”: In a new installment of “Freakshow Cinema”, the Critic checks out the the film version of A Series of Unfortunate Events.
  40. Commercials Resurrection”: Commercials . . . yep.
  41. Beauty and the Beast the Enchanted Christmas”: The Critic starts the holiday season by reviewing Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas.
  42. The Polar Express”: The Critic reviews The Polar Express.
  43. Home Alone: the Holiday Heist”: The Critic reviews “Home Alone: the Holiday Heist”, the fifth film in the Home Alone series.
  44. Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever”: The Critic reviews Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever . . . seriously.
  45. Reindeer Games:’’ The Critic concludes 2021 by reviewing Reindeer Games.

     2022 episodes 
  1. Old”: The Critic begins the new year by reviewing Old.
  2. Birds of Prey”: The Critic reviews Birds of Prey (2020) in the first installment of “Freakshow Cinema” of 2022.
  3. Rango”: The Critic reviews the animated western Rango.
  4. Daphne and Velma”: The Critic reviews an intriguing Scooby-Doo spinoff . . . Daphne & Velma.
  5. Pan”: The Critic looks at Pan.
  6. Tarzan”: The Critic takes a look at the 37th film in the Disney Animated Canon, Tarzan.
  7. National Treasure”: The Critic reviews National Treasure.
  8. Return To Oz”: The Critic reviews Return to Oz in a new installment of “Freakshow Cinema”.
  9. Batman Begins”: The Critic starts Dark Knight Month by reviewing Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins.
  10. The Dark Knight”: The Critic continues Dark Knight Month by reviewing, well . . . The Dark Knight.
  11. The Dark Knight Rises”: The Critic reviews The Dark Knight Rises as Dark Knight Month continues.
  12. Batman (1989)”: The Critic continues Dark Knight Month by reviewing Batman (1989).
  13. Batman Mask of the Phantasm”: The Critic concludes Dark Knight Month by reviewing Batman: Mask of the Phantasm.
  14. Hancock”: The Critic reviews Will Smith’s superhero film Hancock.
  15. Bobbleheads the Movie”: The Critic reviews the obscure and terrible animated film “Bobbleheads the Movie.” note 
  16. Lilo and Stitch”: The Critic reviews the 42nd film in the Disney Animated Canon, Lilo & Stitch.
  17. Pinocchio:A True Story”: The Critic takes a look at Pinocchio: A True Story.
  18. The Rugrats Movie”: The Critic reviews The Rugrats Movie.
  19. Spider-Man: No Way Home”: The Critic reviews Spider-Man: No Way Home while multiversal shenanigans ensue.
  20. The Brave Little Toaster”: In a new installment of Freakshow Cinema, the Critic looks at The Brave Little Toaster.
  21. Tombstone”: The Critic reviews Tombstone while a Fadpression epidemic ensues.
  22. The Fifth Element”: The Critic reviews The Fifth Element.
  23. Garfield & Friends”: The Critic takes a look at Garfield and Friends.
  24. Legend of the Guardians”: The Critic looks at Zack Snyder ‘s Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole. note 
  25. The Batman”: The Critic reviews The Batman (2022).
  26. The Addams Family Movies”: The Critic looks at Barry Sonnenfeld‘s Addams Family movies in a new installment of “Freakshow Cinema”.
  27. The Secret of NIMH”: The Critic takes a look at The Secret of NIMH.
  28. The Austin Powers Movies”: The Critic examines the three films in the Austin Powers series: Austin Powers International Man of Mystery, Austin Powers in The Spy Who Shagged Me and Austin Powers in Goldmember.
  29. Morbius”: The Critic reviews Morbius.
  30. The Shrek movies”: The Critic takes a look at all the films in the Shrek series.
  31. Brave”: The Critic reviews Pixar's Brave.
  32. Willy’s Wonderland:” The Critic reviews Willy's Wonderland starring Nicolas Cage.
  33. Diary of a Wimpy Kid:” The Critic reviews the Film adaptatiion of Diary of a Wimpy Kid.
  34. The Kung Fu Panda movies”: The Critic reviews the three films in the Kung Fu Panda series.
  35. The Matrix Resurrections:” The Critic examines The Matrix Resurrections.
  36. Beetlejuice:” The Critic reviews Tim Burton’s Beetlejuice in a new installment of “Freakshow Cinema”.
  37. Jurassic World: Dominion:” The Critic looks at Jurassic World Dominion.
  38. The Back to the Future movies:” The Critic reviews all three movies in the Back to the Future Trilogy.
  39. The Princess and the Frog:” The Critic looks at The Princess and the Frog, the 49th film in the Disney Animated Canon.
  40. The Hotel Transylvania movies:” The Critic starts Nostalgiaween by reviewing the four films in the Hotel Transylvania series.
  41. The Frighteners:” The Critic continues Nostalgiaween by reviewing The Frighteners.
  42. The Munsters:” The Critic continues Nostalgiaween by reviewing Rob Zombie‘s film version of The Munsters.
  43. Stephen King’s The Mist:” The Critic concludes Nostalgiaween by reviewing the film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Mist.
  44. Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius:” The Critic reviews Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, the film that begat The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius.
  45. Anastasia:” The Critic reviews Don Bluth’s Anastasia.
  46. Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs:” The Critic takes a look at Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
  47. Commercials H20:” The yearly look at commercials is back.
  48. Hoodwinked!:” The Critic reviews Hoodwinked!.
  49. Elf:” The Critic starts the Holiday season by reviewing the Will Ferrell Christmas classic Elf.
  50. A Christmas Carol:” The Critic takes a look at A Christmas Carol (2009) featuring Jim Carrey voicing Ebenezer Scrooge and the ghosts of Christmas.
  51. A Garfield Christmas:” The Critic takes a look at A Garfield Christmas.
  52. Home Sweet Home Alone:” The Critic caps off 2022 by reviewing Home Sweet Home Alone, part of the Home Alone franchise.

     2023 Episodes 
  1. The Ant Bully:” The Critic reviews The Ant Bully to begin the new year.
  2. The Sword In The Stone:” The Critic reviews the 18th film in the Disney Animated Canon, The Sword in the Stone.
  3. Charlie’s Angels:” The Critic examines the 2000 film version of Charlie's Angels.
  4. The Twilight movies:” The Critic looks at all four movies adapting the novel Twilight and its sequels.
  5. Click:” The Critic examines Adam Sandler’s film Click.
  6. Zathura:” The Critic reviews the Jumanji-esque Zathura.
  7. Iron Man:” The Critic checks out the film that launched the Marvel Cinematic Universe: Iron Man
  8. Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl:” The Critic begins Pirates Month by reviewing the first film in the Pirates of the Caribbean series: Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.
  9. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest:” The Critic continues Pirates Month by reviewing Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest.
  10. Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End:” Pirates Month continues as the Critic reviews Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
  11. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides:” The Critic examines Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides as Pirates Month goes on.
  12. Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales:” The Critic reviews Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales to conclude Pirates Month.
  13. Despicable Me and Minions movies:” The Critic takes a look at the films in the Despicable Me and Minions franchise.
  14. Puss in Boots the Last Wish:” The Critic reviews Puss in Boots: The Last Wish.
  15. The Simpsons Movie:” The Critic looks at The Simpsons Movie.
  16. Beethoven:” The Critic reviews Beethoven.
  17. M3gan:” The Critic reviews M3GAN.
  18. Cartoon Network Bumpers:” The Critic introduces a new segment: “Bumper to Bumper” starting with the bumpers produced by Cartoon Network.
  19. The Little Mermaid:” With the remake currently in theaters, the Critic takes a look at The Little Mermaid (1989).
  20. Dudley Do-Right:” The Critic reviews Brendan Fraser in the live action film version of Dudley Do-Right.
  21. Kids’ WB:” The Critic and the gang take a look at Kids' WB!.
  22. White Chicks:” The Critic reviews White Chicks.
  23. Baby’s Day Out:” The Critic reviews Baby's Day Out while Devil Boner, Hyper Fangirl and Malcolm deal with the Mandela Effect.
  24. The South Park Movie:” The Critic reviews South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.
  25. The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie:” The Critic is joined by guest reviewer PhantomStrider in reviewing The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie.
  26. The Great Mouse Detective:” The Critic shares his thoughts on The Great Mouse Detective.
  27. The Super Mario Bros Movie:” The Critic reviews The Super Mario Bros. Movie and ponders how this film could win over audiences but not critics.
  28. Bean:” The Critic reviews Bean.
  29. The Truman Show:” The Critic shares his views on The Truman Show.
  30. Beavis and Butthead Do America:” The Critic reviews Beavis And Butthead Do America.
  31. Top 11 Tom and Jerry Episodes:” The Critic’s choices for the top 11 Tom and Jerry cartoons.
  32. The Three Stooges: The Movie:” The Critic reviews The Three Stooges: The Movie.
  33. The Road to El Dorado”: The Critic reviews The Road to El Dorado while Devil Boner, Hyper Fangirl and Benny keep an eye on him.
  34. The Pee Wee Movies”: In a new installment of Freakshow Cinema, the Critic pays tribute to Paul Reubens aka Pee Wee Herman by reviewing Pee-wee's Big Adventure, Big Top Pee-wee and Pee-wee's Big Holiday.
  35. Robin Hood”: The Critic reviews Robin Hood (1973) while trying to understand Furry fandom.
  36. Liar Liar”: The Critic reviews the Jim Carrey comedy Liar Liar.
  37. The Flash”: The Critic reviews The Flash (2023).
  38. Monster House”: The Critic begins Nostalgiaween by reviewing Monster House.
  39. Coraline”: Nostalgiaween continues as the Critic reviews Coraline from the Other Studio.
  40. Trick R’Treat”: The Critic continues Nostalgiaween by reviewing Trick 'r Treat.
  41. Thinner”: The Critic concludes Nostalgiaween by reviewing the film adaptation of Stephen King’s Thinner.
  42. Peter Pan (2003)”: The Critic offers his views on the the 2003 film version of Peter Pan.
  43. The Little Mermaid (2023)”: The Critic reviews The Little Mermaid (2023).
  44. Mrs. Doubtfire”: The Critic reviews the Robin Williams comedy Mrs. Doubtfire.
  45. Kingdom of the Commercials”: A yearly tradition for the Critic . . . commercials.
  46. Home Alone”: The Critic reviews the original Home Alone to begin the Holiday season.
  47. Edward Scissorhands”: The Critic reviews Edward Scissorhands.
  48. Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale”: The Critic offers his views on Tom and Jerry: A Nutcracker Tale . . . yep.
  49. Wakko’s Wish”: The Critic reviews the Animaniacs film Wakko's Wish.
  50. A Christmas Story”: The Critic concludes the 2023 Holiday Season by reviewing A Christmas Story.

     2024 Episodes 
  1. On Deadly Ground”: The Critic begins 2024 by reviewing On Deadly Ground starring Steven Seagal.note 
  2. Fat Albert:” The Critic offers his opinion on Fat Albert, the live action movie based on Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids.
  3. Aladdin”: The Critic reviews Aladdin, the 31st film in the Disney Animated Canon.
  4. Top 11 Funniest Disney Villains”: The Critic reveals his choices for the most hilarious evildoers in the Disney Animated Canon.
  5. Kung Pow Enter the Fist”: The Critic reviews Kung Pow! Enter the Fist . . . Yeah . . .
  6. Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse”: The Critic reviews Spider Man Across The Spiderverse.

Tropes about Editorials and other content

     2013 Editorials 
  1. "Is Twilight the WORST Thing Ever?": In his first editorial, Critic analyzes the Twilight books and movies and tries to find out why everyone hates them so much.
  2. "Does Romeo and Juliet Suck?": In his second editorial, the Critic analyzes the mold of all teen romances, Romeo and Juliet, and sees if it holds up as a love story.
  3. "What the Fuck was Up with Where the Wild Things Are": Critic explains why the film version of Where the Wild Things Are was met with mixed reviews and gives his own interpretation of what the movie means.
  4. "What's with the Princess Hate?": Critic discusses the Disney Princess franchise, and whether they deserve their recent backlash or indeed are bad role models for girls.
  5. "Farewell to Roger Ebert": A tribute to the late great film critic Roger Ebert.
  6. "The Looney Tunes Show: Good or Bad?": Critic wonders if The Looney Tunes Show is all is cracked up to be.
  7. "Did Seinfeld Lie to Us?": Critic wonders if the show really is what it claims to be: a show about nothing.
  8. "Is Parody Dead?": Seeing the quality decline in the Parody genre, Critic wonders about its future.
  9. "Why is Loki So Hot?": Dissecting why people like Loki.
  10. "Are Video Games Art?": Analyzing whether video games can be "high" art.
  11. "What Does The Secret Of Nimh Mean?": Self explanatory.
  12. "Are Superheroes Whiny Little Bitches?": The Critic discusses the Darker and Edgier superhero films and whether the angst is warranted or not.
  13. "Is it Right to Nitpick?" The Critic ponders if it's right to point out Headscratchers and Fridge Logic.
  14. "Was Batman Season 4 Hit or Miss?" The Critic lists the pros and cons of The New Batman Adventures.
  15. "Why Is Tom & Jerry Genius?" The Critic tries to define the reason for the success of the Tom and Jerry cartoons.
  16. "WTF Was Up With the Ending to The Graduate?": The Critic analyzes whether The Graduate has a happy or sad ending.
  17. "Is The Big Lebowski a Masterpiece?": The Critic explores the unique storytelling and the themes of The Big Lebowski.
  18. "Why Do We Love Zombies?" The Critic analyzes the popularity behind zombies.
  19. "Should We Scare the Shit Out of Our Kids?" The Critic discusses the useage of Nightmare Fuel in children's films.
  20. "How Come Super Mario Comics Don't Suck?" The Critic gives high marks to the Super Mario Adventures comic that was featured in Nintendo Power.
  21. "Has CGI Gone Too Far?": The Critic looks at the positives and negatives of CGI in the past few decades.
  22. "Why Lie to Kids About Santa?": The Critic talks about Santa Claus and how we present him to kids.
  23. "Why is Arthur Christmas a Masterpiece?": The Critic goes into detail why he loves Arthur Christmas.

     2014 Editorials 
  1. "When Is Something So Bad It's Good?": The Critic examines the line between So Bad, It's Good and being so bad, it's horrible.
  2. "When is a Movie Just a Movie?": The Critic wonders why movies are such Serious Business.
  3. "Are You Sick of Let It Go?": The Critic and Tamara sing about the overabundance of "Let It Go" videos on the internet.
  4. "What You Never Knew About Batman": The Nostalgia Critic goes through the clever and subtle parts of his favourite Batman movie.
  5. "What You Never Knew About Roger Rabbit": The Critic notices all the subtle touches in an amazing live-action/animated film.
  6. "Why Do We Love Stupid?": The Critic examines why we laugh at seemingly stupid humor.
  7. "Is Juno Any Damn Good?": The Critic takes a look at the Juno Hype Backlash from it's own fan base.
  8. "What You Never Knew About Gremlins": The Critic talks about the many subtle touches in the Gremlins movies.
  9. "Is The Tree of Life Full of Shit?": Critic attempts to analyse films that get the "you just didn't get it" treatment.
  10. "What You Never Knew About Hot Fuzz": The Critic talks about the numerous clever little things that make Hot Fuzz so brilliant.
  11. "What You Never Knew About Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles": The Nostalgia Critic looks at the parts you may have missed within all the corny nonsense of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.
  12. "Does American Beauty Still Hold Up?": Does suburban commentary from the 1990s still hold up in 2014?
  13. "Is Eyes Wide Shut Just Artsy Porn?": Eyes Wide Shut and whether It's Not Porn, It's Art.
  14. "Is Sleepy Hollow Secretly Brilliant": Is this In Name Only adaptation actually clever?
  15. "Is There Another Good Shyamalan Movie?": The Critic thinks he has found another good movie from Plot Twist specialist M. Night Shyamalan besides The Sixth Sense, and that is Unbreakable.
  16. "Overlooked Christmas Specials": Not a countdown, but just a collection of Christmas specials.
  17. "What You Never Knew About Planes, Trains & Automobiles": In celebration of Thanksgiving, the Critic points out what the audience may have missed from what he considers one of the best Thanksgiving movies ever, Planes, Trains and Automobiles.
  18. "What You Never Knew About Christmas Vacation": Desperate to celebrate his favourite holiday, the Critic points out the clever parts of one of his favourite Christmas movies.

     2015 Editorials 
  1. "Did Tom and Jerry Kill Themselves?": The Critic takes a look at the controversy surrounding the Tom and Jerry episode "Blue Cat Blues".
  2. "Can Hype Kill a Good Film?": The Critic talks about Hype Backlash.
  3. "Why is Nothing Original Anymore?": Seemingly everyone complains about the death of cinematic originality... and contributes to the problem. The Critic asks why.
  4. "The Plot to Frozen 2": The Critic tries to create his own sequel for Frozen.
  5. "The Dark Age of Film": The Critic explains why he thinks 1996-2001 was the nadir of summer movies.
  6. "Are Kids Shows Better NOW Than Ever". The Critic explains why he believes the 2010s are a golden age of animation.
  7. "The Ewoks Cartoon": The Nostalgia Critic's introduction to Star Wars was through this kids cartoon. Does it still hold up?
  8. "Wild West C.O.W.-Boys of Moo Mesa": The Critic wonders if there is anything worth remembering in a cartoon with such an insane premise.
  9. "Small Wonder": The Critic takes on another lame family sitcom from the 1980s.
  10. "Sam & Max Freelance Police": A cop show starring a dog and bunny? Is it uniquely unique or just nonsense?
  11. "Why Does Everybody Hate the Cable Guy": The Critic wonders whether The Cable Guy deserves its reputation as the nadir of Jim Carrey's career.
  12. "When Does a Joke Go Too Far?": The Critic examines the how far comedy can stretch the limits of offensive humor until someone screams "Dude, Not Funny!".
  13. "Did You Miss the Most Shocking Film in Years?": The Critic thinks he has found one of the most underrated shock flicks in years: Thank You for Smoking.
  14. "Why Do We Holiday Too Early?": Despite loving Christmas, Critic questions why people start celebrating holidays months before they occur.
  15. "Is A Charlie Brown Christmas Overrated?": The Critic talks about why A Charlie Brown Christmas was revolutionary at the time, and why it is still relevant.

     2016 Editorials 
  1. "Why Do Good Directors Go Bad?": For his very first episode of 2016, the Critic wonders how could cinematic wunderkinds like George Lucas and M. Night Shyamalan end up becoming laughingstocks of the cinematic world.
  2. "Tangled or Frozen?": The Critic explores and tries to make sense of the Fandom Rivalry between Tangled and Frozen.
  3. "Where's the Fair Use?": Tired of the frequent copyright strikes, the Critic finally dares to call out YouTube for the lax enforcement of the Fair Use policy that's affecting online reviewers such as himself.
  4. "Is Goofy Secretly Badass?": The Critic argues that Golden Age Goofy may be a far better comedian than people give him credit for.
  5. "Was The Mask Supposed to be Gory?": The Critic compares the original comic version of The Mask and the Jim Carrey film, and wonders if the latter needed to be as Darker and Edgier as the originals.
  6. "How Right Are Trailers?": The Critic discusses whether Trailers Always Spoil, to Never Trust a Trailer, do both or do neither.
  7. "Pinky, Elmyra, & the Brain": The Critic checks out the much-maligned Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain and wonders whether or not it deserves its reputation.
  8. "When Are Critics Wrong?": In light of the incredibly divisive Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the Critic discusses Critical Dissonance.
  9. "Is This the Best Batman Movie?": With some much praise given to Batman movies like Batman (1989) and The Dark Knight, the Critic brings up one that isn’t as often mentioned: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm.
  10. "Is White Washing Really Still a Thing?": The Critic tackles the sensitive subject of "white washing", such as casting a white person in a different ethnic role. He also addresses other combinations: tall people playing short people, black people playing white people, adults playing children, non-Americans playing American characters, etc.
  11. "The Grinch vs. The Cat in the Hat": The Critic takes a look at the forgotten crossover known as The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat.
  12. "How True is Amadeus?": The Critic takes a look at the film adaptation of Amadeus to see if it was historically accurate or not.
  13. "Can a Film Be So Good It’s Bad?": The Critic wonders if a really good movie can be too good.
  14. "Teddy Ruxpin the Live Action Series – Was That Real?": Years after getting traumatized by a certain doll, the Critic reviews the live-action series based on said doll.
  15. "All the Looney Tunes Movies": The Critic takes a look at all the theatrical movies that are about Warner Bros.’ most iconic cartoon characters, including the compilation movies, Space Jam, and Looney Tunes: Back in Action.
  16. "Is Weird the New Brilliant?": With so many praised shows in recent years having weird premises, the Critic wonders if there’s a connection between being weird and being profound.
  17. "Does PG Mean Anything Anymore?": The Critic discusses how broken the rating system for movies is these days.
  18. "Is Nightmare Before Christmas Really That Great?": Starting Nostalgia-ween 2016, the Critic takes a look at the stop-motion classic, The Nightmare Before Christmas, to see if it’s really as good as everyone says it is.
  19. "Can An Ending Ruin a Film?": The Critic takes a look at how the last few minutes of a good movie can make it a bad one in the eyes of some.
  20. "Was Tiny Toons Written by Kids?": The Critic interviews one of the writers of that one Tiny Toon Adventures episode that was written by kids.
  21. "Disney Sequels We Want": Before the start of the direct-to-video-focused Disneycember of 2016, and with several Disney sequels coming in the future, the Critic suggests some Disney movies that deserve to get sequels.

     2017 Editorials 
  1. "Why Do So Many Sequels Suck?": The Critic asks how is it that sequels to good movies end up going into Sequelitis?
  2. "What Happened to Great Disney Villains?": It seems like we aren't getting any great Disney villains in recent years. The Critic ponders why.
  3. "Should Bad Singers Be Dubbed?": Tired of fake singers in movie musicals, Critic investigates if there is any merit behind these techniques.
  4. "Is This The Best Joker Death?": Nostalgia Critic wonders if the best way the Joker has ever died is from Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker.
  5. "The WEIRDEST Jack and the Beanstalk": The Critic looks to see how creepy crazy this retelling of the classic tale can get.
  6. "Was The Killing Joke That Bad?": The Nostalgia Critic wonders if the Hype Backlash to Batman: The Killing Joke is worth it.
  7. "Was Family Guy Meant to be a Kids' Show?": Nostalgia Critic takes a look back at the short toon, Larry & Steve, and wonders if this is what Family Guy was supposed to be before being retooled into what it is today.
  8. "Transformers: The Last Knight NON-Review": Instead of doing a full review of Transformers: The Last Knight, Nostalgia Critic makes predictions on what he thinks the movie will be like without having to see it.
  9. "When Should Remakes Not Happen?": Nostalgia Critic asks when it's considered the proper time to do a remake of a popular movie or series from yesteryear.
  10. "Do Credits Suck Now?": Nostalgia Critic takes a look and sees if movie intros are changing for better or worse.

     2018 Editorials 

  1. "The Evolution of the Purge Movies": Nostalgia Critic takes a look to see if the Purge movies actually got good as they went on.

     2019 Editorials 

  1. "When did Marvel Villains Get Good?": The MCU has hit after hit, but their villains have been dud after dud. Somehow though, they recently got better and better. What're they doing now that's different from before?
  2. "The History of the M&M's Characters": We all know them but never talk about them. Where did they come from? Who’s idea was it? Do the green ones really make you…you know? The Nostalgia Critic answers all these questions and more about your favorite chocolate candy, M&Ms.

     2023 Editorials 

These are episodes where the Critic is not reviewing a movie or TV show.
  1. "You're a Dirty Rotten Bastard: A Christmas Special": Critic's guardian angel Roger shows him what life would be like if he never existed.

    DVD Exclusives 
These are episodes that were released exclusively on DVD to purchase from the Channel Awesome website. They were uploaded to the webpage after the series initially ended.
  1. "Turkish Rambo": The Nostalgia Critic reviews "Rampage" (aka "Korkusuz").
  2. "Reefer Madness": The Nostalgia Critic reviews Reefer Madness.
  3. "Video Game Review 2: Blues Brothers (SNES)": The Nostalgia Critic reviews the Super Nintendo video game The Blues Brothers: Jukebox Adventure.
  4. "Doomsday Machine": The Nostalgia Critic reviews Doomsday Machine.
  5. "The Making of a Nostalgia Critic Review"
  6. "Paranoia": The Nostalgia Critic reviews Paranoia.

    Feud with The Angry Video Game Nerd 
  1. "Angry Video Game Nerd, Beware"
  2. "AVGN and Nostalgia Critic Feud Continues"
  3. "AVGN Wizard Rant": The Critic loses it when the Angry Video Game Nerd beats him to the punch on a review of The Wizard.
  4. "AVGN Response...Response"
  5. "The Battle of Epic Proportions"
  6. Video Game Review: Of the Bebe's Kids SNES video game.
  7. "NC Vs AVGN Showdown"
  8. "AVGN Vs. NC Final Battle"
  9. "Off to Beat the Nerd": A making-of video.
  10. "NC Vs. AVGN Retrospect"
  11. "The Making of the Final Battle": A making-of video.
  12. "Critic and Nerd: The Making of Coming Out of Their Shells Tour": The Nostalgia Critic teams up with The Angry Video Game Nerd to review this TMNT video.
  13. "Angry Video Game Nerd: the Movie": Yep. It was inevitable. The Critic has to review Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie.

  1. "Ask That Guy With The Glasses": As part of an April Fools' Day swap with Ask That Guy with the Glasses and Bum Reviews, the Critic takes over the Ask That Guy feature and is appalled by what he has to work with.
  2. "The Neverending Story": Continuing the aforementioned swap, Chester A. Bum reviews The Neverending Story in place of the Critic.
  3. "Holiday Clusterfuck": An extended music video about all the pitfalls of Christmas.
  4. "Hitler Spoof": A Gag Sub parody of Downfall where Hitler bashes The Nostalgia Critic in a room containing only his closest associates. Includes a teaser for the "Bebe's Kids" film review.
  5. "The Tommy Wiseau Show": A sketch mocking Tommy Wiseau and Wiseau Films after they made Channel Awesome take the review of The Room down.
  6. "Top 11 Movies I'll NEVER Review": Doug Walker himself lists the reviews he will not be doing as the Nostalgia Critic, and his reasons for doing so.note 
  7. “Career Dive: Jim Carrey”: Trying something new, the Critic examines the work of Jim Carrey.
  8. “Career Dive: Danny Devito”: The Critic examines the career of Danny Devito.
  9. “Career Dive: Julie Taymor”: The Critic examines the career of Julie Taymor who started out with Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.
  10. The Nostalgia Critic Top 11 Movies Saved By The Ending« : Top 11 Movies Saved By The Ending.
  11. The Nostalgia Critic Top 11 Disney Remakes That Could Work”: Rather self evident.