Category Archives: Reviews

12 Rounds, Starring John Cena (Classic)

 

Welcome, cats and kittens to yet another installment of…hey now, wait a minute, what’s this? 12 Rounds? Isn’t that the John Cena movie? Does that even count as a wrestling review? I don’t know man, I think I may be shocked and appalled at this turn of events. If these thoughts sound familiar because they’re crashing through your brain right now at the speed of toast, don’t worry, we here at Cewsh Review Headquarters have bucked our traditions a little bit to bring you this, but there is a money back guarantee on you liking it. Of course since it is free. Hmm.

Anyway, what we have here is a twofold review. First, we have documented, summarized and reviewed what is obviously the greatest movie of the past year, starring a true American hero (and Vice’s favorite wrestler) John Cena. Second, this will function as a walking (or whatever words do when we’re not looking) advertisement for future wrestling related movie reviews in our Sunday Supplements bonus features. Movies like Santa With Muscles, Santa’s Slay, and even some movies that didn’t involve a wrestler as an ass kicking Santa, as if there could be anything better than that. So kick back, give the newness a try, and if you don’t like it, then I invite you blame John Cena.

We usually do.

So without any further ado, let’s do a motherfucking MOVIE review!

P.S. Um, yeah, spoilers ahead.

P.P.S. This is by far our most image and gif heavy review that we’ve ever done. I heartily recommend closing other windows and such while you read it, lest your computer spontaneously combust. You have been warned.

P.P.P.S. This was originally posted in like 2010, so apologies for any dated references. Hope you enjoy!
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The Lawcast Ep. 5 – The Bizarre Miracle That Was ECW Barely Legal 1997

Hello cats and kittens, and welcome to the fifth episode of The Lawcast. Since we’re coming to the end of April, The Law and Cewsh are taking a special look back at a show that changed the wrestling industry forever, for better and for worse, ECW Barely Legal 1997. ECW’s first ever PPV had a cast of misfits, a backstory that defies belief, and more a booking structure that makes no goddamn sense. It’s a travesty, it’s a miracle, and there is so much to talk about. Why did Rob Van Dam never leave ECW? What made Sabu vs. Taz so great? And what the hell is Stevie Richards doing in the main event?

Click here to listen!