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Welcome ladies and gentlemen to an all new Reaction and Review

―Catchphrase at the beginning of each episode

Emerson Bear Prevost (September 14, 1982 - August 6, 2017 [aged 34]), also known as Hellsing920 and He11sing920, was an American YouTuber and film critic who created his first channel back in 2006, a channel where he reviewed retro games, until his account was suspended in 2007, before returning in 2008, where he made videos here and there, mostly rants, up until 2011, when he started his series Reaction & Review, which is what he became known for; a show where he watched a movie, and reacted to it, afterwards reviewed it.  In his final years he dabbled into other types of videos, such as Let's Plays, What's in the Box, a weekly Q&A Livestream, a trading card game series, Longbox Chronicles, (a comic book review series), and even, to a much lesser extent, Game Reviews, but R&R was his primary and most viewed series on his channel; he stopped ranting several years ago, due to him, and many others, believing that they were terrible, but there were still many of his fans who wished for him to bring his rants back, which he refused to do. Emer was known for being a very opinionated and outspoken individual, who didn't sugarcoat harsh criticisms for movies, and was willing to state exactly what he felt about any matter during his weekly streams, regardless of what others thought about it.

Prevost suffered from health problems on and off starting in October 2016. He died after compliclations from a hernia he'd had since July of 2017 on August 6, 2017 [1]

History

Prior to his YouTube career, Prevost wrote articles for ObsessedWithWrestling.com (now known as OnlineWorldofWrestling.com). He created a YouTube account in 2007, known as '''Hellsing920''', but it was terminated before the year even ended (for copyright infringement).

Hellsing returned to YouTube in April 2008 as '''He11sing920''' ("11" instead of "LL"). The new channel had a bigger focus on rants, vlogs, and informative videos. His most popular videos were those of "The Epic Rant" series, where fans requested topics for him to make full length rant videos about. However, the videos have since been deleted, and Emer claimed that he regretted making these videos. Most episodes of "The Epic Rant" have been reuploaded since 2010.

Prevost started Reaction and Review on February 8, 2011.  He started it after a livestream he took part in of watching movies, during which he promised he would watch the movie known as Kickassia, which was a movie made by Doug Walker of Channel Awesome.  After an issue took place with the livestream, he was unable to watch the movie, but to repay his fans whom he promised he would watch the film, he decided to record himself on camera watching the movie, cutting out all of the dead air, uploaded it, and called it "Reaction and Review."  At the time he never intended this to become an ongoing series, however, mainly due to the positive response of his fans, he decided to continue doing this, which is why it became an ongoing series that he continued to do over the next 6 years, to the point where he uploaded usually 2 or 3 new episodes a week.

Prevost had an Amazon Wishlist in which you could purchase certain movies for him to review, and he also did take requests, but not movies that he had no interest in watching. He was very vocal and harsh with his opinions, which often times gave people the false impression that he thought that his opinion was the only opinion, which he constantly denied.  Prevost also often times dedicated entire months to a certain theme for his series.  Examples of this include Fan Appriciation Month, in which he reviewed strictly movies that came off of the Amazon Wish List, Longbox Chronicles Month, in which he reviewed strictly comic book adapted movies, months dedicated strictly to either Marvel Comics or DC Comics, as well as months dedicated to certain film studios such as Troma or Full Moon, among other themed months.

Before starting Reaction & Review, Prevost did video Rants, inspired by ranters like Bigal, as well as a few others. He discontinued these videos in 2010, calling them complete shit, and refused to ever continue them again. Prevost was good friends with many YouTubers, including RandomDCE, skybluemonty, Phillip J Reed, DarknesstheCurse, nodategamers, Razorfist, samuraikarasu, heavybaseX, Kari Okami, and others, many of which who appeared in not only his streams with him, but also appeared in his Let's Plays with him, too. After discontinuing his Netflix account, Emer stopped watching any movies on Netflix for Reaction & Review, which he used to do a lot beforehand.

Death

Around 1:00am on August 7, 2017, Prevost died at his father's home in Green Bay, Wisconsin at the age of 34. He openly disclosed in a stream on July 15 that he had been suffering from a hernia, and mentioned on July 27, in his final stream, that he was to undergo surgery to remove the hernia. However, complications from it claimed his life on August 6. This news was revealed by his brother Martin Prevost on Facebook the same day, which caused an outpour of tributes from fans and friends alike, including Clay Claymore, RandomDCE, and even former friends such as Asalieri.

Reaction & Review Rules & Guidelines

  1. Any movie Prevost reviewed had to be at least 40 minutes in length. If he reviewed a series, then it's total runtime had to be at least 40 minutes in length.  
  2. Prevost would review a series, there was a runtime limit; the limit was, he would have to be able to finish it within a month of videos. This would usually be 8-10 videos, and watching 3-5 episodes per video.  
  3. If someone bought a movie off the Amazon Wish List, he WOULD review it, no matter what.  
  4. Although Prevost took requests, this did not mean that he would take every request thrown at him. He had to be interested in the movie to review it; this could be whether he thought it will be good or if he thought it would be bad.  
  5. Prevost had no country, style, or time period of preference. He'd review both animated or live action of any country of any time period.  
  6. If Prevost got sick of certain types of movies he'd ban those types from the series. For example, pornos were banned, among others.  He'd also refuse to watch movies depending on people's description. A good example of this was when people described something as "disturbing" because when they did, he almost never found them to be disturbing at all.  
  7. No matter how much Prevost hated a movie, a big rule was that he had to always finish the film to the end when he started recording.  
  8. Most of the time he only reviewed movies he has never watched. The only exception was movies that he hadn't seen in 15 years.  At that point he would be willing to review them, but this very rarely occurred.  

Reaction & Review Themed Months

  1. Fan Appriciation Month
  2. Longbox Chronicles Month
  3. It Came From DC Comics
  4. Month of Troma
  5. Month of the Full Moon
  6. It Came From Netflix
  7. Ani-May
  8. Video Game Movie Month
  9. Studio Ghibli Month
  10. Puppet Master Month (one time month when he reviewed all of the Puppet Master horror movies).  
  11. Turkeys From Turkey Month (looking at Turkish mockbusters)
  12. Kaiju Month
  13. Attack of the Remakes
  14. DC vs. Marvel
  15. While not a theme, it was common for Prevost to review two film franchises over the course of a month, alternating from one franchise to the other for each episode (i.e. alternating between the Leprechaun and Prom Night movies one month).  

Reaction & Review Banned Movies

Over the years Prevost banned certain types of movies from his show, due to them almost never, if ever, pleasing him, or when viewers got "pushy" and demand a review.  Some examples include:

  1. Porn Movies (Primarily porn parodies, crappy movies like Batman XXX: A Porn Parody and Star Ballz got these banned).  
  2. Shark Movies (He never liked them, he even hated the Jaws movies).  
  3. Deadpool (after a viewer expected a review shortly after the movie was released in theaters)
  4. The My Little Pony francise (after watching the Equestria Girls trilogy)
  5. The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) (after watching the first two)
  6. Guardians Of The Galaxy (due to the massive overhype while the movie was still in theaters)
  7. Documentaries (he put a soft-ban on those as he stated he couldn't react to them that much)
  8. All movies produced/distributed by Unearthed Films (after having an altercation with the studio's president Stephen Biro)
  9. All Pixar movies (due to the overzelous nature of most Pixar fans)
  10. The Emoji Movie (he banned it halfway through the official trailer, and declared it the movie to get banned the fastest) 

Videos

Primary Series

Reaction and Review

Season 1
February 8, 2011-October 6, 2011

―Emer Prevost

  1. Kickassia
  2. Violent Sh*t
  3. A Serbian Film
  4. Boku no Pico
  5. Tokyo Gore Police
  6. Collision Course
  7. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom
  8. August Underground's Mordum
  9. Cannibal Holocaust
  10. Turkish Star Trek
  11. Turkish Spider-Man
  12. Turkish Superman
  13. Turkish Star Wars
  14. The Human Centipede(First Sequence)
  15. Meet The Feebles
  16. Mr. Wrong
  17. Tomorrow, When The War Began
  18. Gladiformers
  19. Let My Puppets come
  20. Cosplayers: The Movie
  21. Slaughtered Vomit Dolls
  22. Paranormal Entity
  23. Death Racers
  24. Transmorphers
  25. Snake on a Train
  26. Dead Snow
  27. Warriors of the Wind
  28. It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's Superman
  29. The Doom Generation
  30. Rainbow Bright & The Star Stealer
  31. Forest Warrior
  32. Kingdom of the Spiders
  33. Abducted by the Daleks
  34. Executive Koala
  35. Dahmer vs. Gacy
  36. Terror Toons
  37. The Champions of Justice
  38. Eraserhead
  39. California Crisis
  40. Puppet Master I
  41. Puppet Master II
  42. Puppet Master III
  43. Puppet Master IV
  44. Puppet Master V
  45. Curse of the Puppet Master
  46. Retro Puppet Master
  47. Puppet Master: Axis of Evil
  48. Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie
  49. Dead Clown
  50. The Room
Season 2
October 6, 2011-May 7, 2012

―Emer Prevost

  1. The Cat in the Hat
  2. Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl
  3. August Rush
  4. Ratatoing
  5. Caligula
  6. Dead Heat
  7. Poltryguist: Night of the Chicken Dead
  8. Repo: The Genetic Opera
  9. Death Bed: The Bed that Eats
  10. Moonwalker
  11. Rubber
  12. Gunhed
  13. The Haunted World of El Superbeasto
  14. Mad Magazine Presents Up The Academy
  15. The Rocketeer
  16. Blood Freak
  17. Chatterbox
  18. Kung Fu Drunk
  19. The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3-D
  20. Starchaser: The Legend of Orin
  21. Casino Royale
  22. My Bloody Wedding
  23. Pink Floyd
  24. The Year Without Santa Clause
  25. Hot Fuz
  26. Birdemic: Shock and Terror
  27. Soul Plane
  28. Super Girl
  29. Howard the Duck
  30. Steel
  31. Dylan Dog: Dead of Night
  32. Catwoman
  33. Lady Death: The Motion Picture
  34. Scott Pilgrim vs. The World
  35. Superman Returns
  36. Death of a President
  37. Lesbian Vampire Killers
  38. Snatch
  39. Suburban Knights
  40. Dragonball: The Magic Begins
  41. Downfall
  42. Video Drome
  43. Battlefield Baseball
  44. Dune
  45. Detroit Metal City
  46. C.S.A. The Confederate States of America
  47. Mazes and Monsters
  48. Zardoz
  49. Leonard Part 6
  50. Spice World
Season 3
May 10, 2012-October 28, 2012

―Emer Prevost

  1. Fist of the North Star
  2. Fire and Ice
  3. The Prophecy
  4. Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
  5. Antichrist
  6. Bloodz vs. Wolvez
  7. Red State
  8. Dark Floor
  9. Hellraiser: Revelations
  10. The 41 Year Old Version Who Knocked Up Sarah Marshall and Felt Superbad About It
  11. Johnny Got His Gun
  12. THX 1138
  13. Masters of the Universe
  14. Vampires Suck
  15. Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb
  16. The Little Cars
  17. Netherbeast Incorporated
  18. Cybernetics Guardian
  19. Event Horizon
  20. Requiem for a Dream
  21. Hobo with a Shotgun
  22. Irreversible
  23. Troll 2
  24. Boss Nigger
  25. Big Money Rustlas
  26. Rock 'n' Roll Nightmare
  27. Natzi's at the Center of the Earth
  28. Sex Lives of the Potato Men
  29. Guinea Pigs
  30. Pink Flamingos
  31. Guinea Pig: Flowers of Flesh and Blood
  32. Rise of the Gargoyles
  33. Idiocracy
  34. Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance
  35. Barb Wire
  36. Thor
  37. Justice League of America
  38. Punisher: War Zone
  39. The Flash
  40. X-Men: First Class
  41. Batman XXX: Porn Parody
  42. Jesus Christ: Vampire Hunter
  43. Big Man Japan
  44. Monsters
  45. Death to Smoochy
  46. Gymkata
  47. 28 Days Later
  48. Shriek if you Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th
  49. The Last Starfighter
  50. Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
Season 4
November 1, 2012-April 24, 2013

―Emer Prevost

  1. The Last Airbender
  2. The Stuff
  3. Poolboy: Drowning Out the Fury
  4. Double Dragon
  5. Nude Nuns With Big Guns
  6. Labyrinth
  7. ThanksKilling
  8. God Bless America
  9. Audition
  10. Dolls
  11. Trollhunter
  12. Bitch Slap
  13. TRON: Legacy
  14. A Christmas Story 2
  15. Martyers
  16. Splice
  17. Jackie Brown
  18. The Dark Knight Rises
  19. Leprechaun
  20. Prom Night
  21. Leprechaun
  22. Hello Marry Lou: Prom Night II
  23. Leprechaun 3
  24. Prom Night III: The Last Kiss
  25. Leprechaun 4: In Space
  26. Prom Night IV: Deliver Us From Evil
  27. 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity With the Devil Inside the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo
  28. FDR: American Badass
  29. Weasels Rip My Flesh
  30. Fastback
  31. The Master of Disguise
  32. Ken Park
  33. Funky Forest: The First Contact
  34. Cockney's vs. Zombies
  35. Postals
  36. Shock Treatment
  37. Cannibal Ferox
  38. Feed
  39. Who's Your Caddy?
  40. The Apple
  41. Defendor
  42. Day of the Deed
  43. Black Devil Doll From Hell
  44. Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby
  45. The Oogielovles in the BIG Balloon Adventure
  46. The Triplets of Bellevile
  47. V/H/S/
  48. Mac and Me
  49. Me Behind the Sun
  50. The Human Centipede 2(Full Sequence)
Season 5
April 29, 2013-October 6, 2013

―Emer Prevost

  1. Black Devil Doll
  2. The Devil's Carnival
  3. The Last House on the Left
  4. Monster Brawl
  5. Sharktopus
  6. American Zombie
  7. Troll
  8. Metal Man
  9. Redline
  10. Alag
  11. American Pop
  12. Iron Sky
  13. Paper Man
  14. Demonic Toys
  15. Evil Bong
  16. The Gingerdead Man
  17. Dollman
  18. Evil Bong 2: King Bong
  19. Gingerdead Man 2
  20. Dollman vs. Demonic Toys
  21. Puppet Master X: Axis Rising
  22. Predators
  23. Django Unchained
  24. Rock of Ages
  25. The Warriors
  26. Comic Book Villains
  27. Alien vs. Ninja
  28. Attack the Block
  29. Miami Connection
  30. They Saved Hitler's Brain
  31. Tetsu: The Iron Man
  32. The Butcher
  33. Comic Book: The Movie
  34. Hard Candy
  35. Hell of the Living Dead
  36. The ABC's of Death
  37. RoboGeisha
  38. Monsturd
  39. Head of the Family
  40. Dredd
  41. Captain America
  42. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III
  43. Hulk
  44. Gen 13
  45. Man Thing
  46. Archie: Return to Riverdale
  47. Dr. Strange
  48. Alyas Batman en Robin
  49. Blackenstein
  50. Machete
Season 6
October 9, 2013-March 30, 2014

―Emer Prevost

  1. Cheech and Chong's Animated Movie!
  2. Killer Condom
  3. High School
  4. A Fish Called Wanda
  5. Chronicle
  6. Stuck
  7. The Thing
  8. Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus
  9. The Raid: Redemption
  10. The Frighteners
  11. Battleship
  12. The Cabin in the Woods
  13. Interstella 555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem
  14. Movie 43
  15. Mega Shark vs. Crocosurus
  16. Doctor Who
  17. Pacific Rim
  18. Beware! Children at Play
  19. InAPPropriate Comedy
  20. Home Alone
  21. Saint Nick
  22. America 3000
  23. Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
  24. Visitor Q
  25. House
  26. The Crippled Master
  27. Mad Max
  28. House II: The Second Story
  29. The Crippled Masters 2: 2 Crippled Heroes
  30. The Road Warrior
  31. Jacob's Ladder
  32. The Crippled Masters 3: Fighting Life
  33. Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome
  34. Star Trek
  35. The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!
  36. Star Ballz
  37. Body Melt
  38. Real Steel
  39. The Goonies
  40. Star Trek: Into Darkness
  41. The Ghastly Love of Johnny X
  42. Fist of the Vampire
  43. Don't Go in the House
  44. Paprika
  45. The Cars That Ate Paris
  46. Canadian Bacon
  47. V/H/S/2
  48. Combat Shock
  49. Alone in the Dark
  50. Grotesque
Season 7
April 2, 2014-September 20, 2014

―Emer Prevost

  1. The Prophecy II
  2. The World's End
  3. The Prophecy 3
  4. The Conqueror
  5. Fat Slag
  6. Suicide Club
  7. Devil
  8. C Me Dance
  9. The Life Zone
  10. Star Wars: The Clone Wars
  11. Zombie Ass: Toilet of the Dead
  12. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls
  13. Grave Encounters
  14. Tokyo Godfathers
  15. Hostel Part III
  16. Hansel & Gretel Get Baked
  17. Perfect Host
  18. Dungeons & Dragons
  19. Ice Cream Man
  20. Princess
  21. House of the Dead
  22. Guinea Pig 2: Android of Notra Dame
  23. Seven Psychopaths
  24. First Squad: The Moment of Truth
  25. Dinoshark
  26. Dungeons & Dragons: Wrath of the Dragon God
  27. Cabin Fever
  28. The Return of Captain Invincible
  29. G.I. Joe Retaliation
  30. Phase 7
  31. The Starving Games
  32. Prancer
  33. Dark Cat
  34. Curse of Chucky
  35. Stan Helsing
  36. Kite
  37. Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels
  38. Stitches
  39. Scooby Doo: WrestleMania Mystery
  40. Escape From Tomorrow
  41. The Lords of Salem
  42. Harmageddon
  43. S.I.C.K. (Serial Insane Clown Killer)
  44. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
  45. Men in Black 3
  46. Man of Steel
  47. The Amazing Spider-Man
  48. R.I.P.D.
  49. Batman: The Dark Knight Returns
Season 8
September 24, 2014-March 14, 2015

―Emer Prevost

  1. The Punisher
  2. Kick Ass 2
  3. John Dies at the End
  4. In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale
  5. Black Sheep
  6. A Haunted House
  7. Chillerama
  8. Dark City
  9. Inside
  10. Starship Troopers: Invasion
  11. They Live
  12. Twilight
  13. Dirty Hairy
  14. The Twilight Saga: New Moon
  15. Magnum Force
  16. The Twilight Saga: New Moon
  17. The Enforcers
  18. Jeepers Creepers
  19. Sudden Impact
  20. The Jeepers Creepers 2
  21. The Dead Pool
  22. Sweeny Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
  23. Apocalypse Zero
  24. The Dark Crystal
  25. Jack Frost
  26. The Big Lebowski
  27. Bloodsucking Natzi Zombies
  28. Necromantik
  29. Another Gay Movie
  30. The Slumber Party Massacre
  31. Jail Bait
  32. Slumber Party Massacre II
  33. Night of the Gouls
  34. Slumber Party Massacre III
  35. Bride of the Monster
  36. Jeykle & Hyde.....Together Again
  37. Glen or Glenda
  38. Justice League: War
  39. Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
  40. Batman: Under the Red Hood
  41. Wonder Woman
  42. Green Lantern: First Flight
  43. Justice League: Doom
  44. Batman: Year One
  45. Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox
  46. Where the Dead go to Die
  47. Dead Hooker in a Trunk
  48. Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II
  49. The Last Unicorn
  50. Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer
Season 9
March 18, 2015-Present

―Emer Prevost

  1. The Raven
  2. Loony Toons: Back in Action
  3. Robot Carnival
  4. Street Fighter IV: The Ties that Bind
  5. Curse of the Cannibal Confederates
  6. Class of Nukem High Part II: Subhumanoid Meltdown
  7. Horror of the Hungry Humungous Hungan
  8. Class of Nukem High 3: The Good, The Bad, and the Subhumanoid
  9. Croaked, Frog Monster From Hell
  10. Return to Nukem High: Volume 1
  11. Rock 'n Roll Space Patrol Action Is Go
  12. Father's Day
  13. Video Demons Do Psychotown
  14. Berserk: The Golden Age Arc Part 1 - The Egg of the King
  15. Millineum Actress
  16. Mazinkaizer: SKL
  17. Cowboy Bebop: The Movie
  18. Berserk: The Golden Age Arc Part II - The Battle for Doldrey
  19. Ninja Scroll
  20. Bondage Game
  21. Yugioh: The Movie
  22. Berserk: The Golden Age Arc Part III - The Advent
  23. The King of Fighters
  24. Max Mayne
  25. Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
  26. Silent Hill
  27. Doom
  28. Heavenly Sword
  29. Hitman
  30. Tekken
  31. Big Trouble in Little China
  32. Dark Dungeons
  33. Tim Burton's Corpse Bride
  34. The King of Comedy
  35. Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
  36. Double Team
  37. The Adventures of Buckaroo Bonzai Across the 8th Dimension
  38. Diary of a Cannibal
  39. When the Winds Blow
  40. Die Hard Dracula
  41. The Darkest Hour
  42. Death at a Funeral
  43. Man Bites Dog
  44. Rock & Rule
  45. Dark Star
  46. V/H/S: Viral
  47. Ballistic: Ecks Vs. Sever
  48. Batman: Gotham Knight
  49. Elektra
  50. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Season 10
September 12, 2015-March 2, 2016

―Emer Prevost

  1. Fantastic Four
  2. V1 for Vendetta
  3. Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  4. Snowpiercer
  5. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer
  6. Superman Doomsday
  7. Trancers
  8. Evil Bong 3: The Wrath of Bong
  9. Trancers II: The Return of Jack Deth
  10. Gingerdead Man 3: Saturday Night Cleaver
  11. Trancers III: Deth Lives
  12. Gingerdead Man vs. Evil Bong
  13. Transers 4: Jack of Swords
  14. Transers 5: Sudden Deth
  15. Ghoulies
  16. Live Freaky! Die Freaky!
  17. Black Dynamite
  18. The Three Stooges
  19. Candyman
  20. Watership Down
  21. Mimic
  22. Megan is Missing
  23. Ghoulies II
  24. Final Destination
  25. The Smurfs
  26. Final Destination 2
  27. Felidae
  28. Final Destination 3
  29. Elf Bowling: The Movie The Great North Pole Elf Strike
  30. The Final Destination
  31. The Smurfs 2
  32. Final Destination 5
  33. Justice League: Throne of Atlantis
  34. All Star Superman
  35. Son of Batman
  36. Justice League: Gods and Monsters
  37. Superman vs. The Elite
  38. Green Lantern: Emerald Knights
  39. Superman: Unbound
  40. Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths
  41. Batman vs. Robin
  42. X-Men: Days of Future Past
  43. Ultraviolet
  44. In Time
  45. Hercules in New York
  46. The Smokers
  47. Brazil
  48. Intercessor: Another Rock 'N' Roll Nightmare
  49. Garzey's Wing
  50. The Machine Girl
Season 11
March 5, 2016-August 24, 2016

―Emer Prevost

  1. The Time Machine (I Found At A Yardsale)
  2. American Guinea Pig: Boquet of Guts and Gore
  3. Project ALF
  4. Scooby Doo! And KISS: Rock And Roll Mystery
  5. Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead
  6. Hollywood Chainsaw Hookers
  7. Robin and the Dreamweavers
  8. Freaks
  9. The Wizard of Gore
  10. Women's Prison Massacre
  11. Deadly Prey
  12. G-Saviour
  13. The NeverEnding Storiy
  14. Starcrash
  15. Sleepaway Camp
  16. The Gore Gore Girls
  17. The Cat Returns
  18. Howl's Moving Castle
  19. Kiki's Delivery Service
  20. Pom Poko
  21. My Neighbor Totoro
  22. The Secret World of Arrietty
  23. Porco Rosso
  24. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Rainbow Rocks
  25. Jem and the Holograms
  26. Flight of the Navigator
  27. A Scanner Darkly
  28. The Flinstones and WWE: Stone Age Smackdown
  29. Nosferatu
  30. Cube
  31. My Little Pony: Equestria Girls - Friendship Games
  32. Alvin and the Chipmunks
  33. Tremors 2: Aftershocks
  34. Avlin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel
  35. Tremors 3: Back to Perfection
  36. Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
  37. Tremors 4: The Legend Begins
  38. Battle Royal High School
  39. Tremors 5: Bloodlines
  40. Rebirth of Mothra
  41. Gamera: Guardian of the Universe
  42. Death Kappa
  43. Rebirth of Mothra II
  44. Gamera II: Attack of Legion
  45. Pulgasari
  46. Rebirth of Mothra II
Season 12
August 27, 2016-February 25, 2017

―Emer Prevost

  1. Gamera 3: Revenge of Iris
  2. Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster
  3. Tales from the Crypt
  4. Batman: Assault on Arkham
  5. Hellboy: Sword of Storms
  6. Superman II: The Richard Donner Cut
  7. Dracula: Sovereign of the Damned
  8. Superman/Batman: Apocalypse
  9. The Vault of Horror
  10. It Follows
  11. Evil Toons
  12. Return of the Living Dead
  13. The Collector
  14. Sleepwalkers
  15. Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Thigns
  16. The Conjuring
  17. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  18. Total Recall 2012 Remake
  19. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003 Remake
  20. Death At A Funeral (Remake)
  21. I Spit On Your Grave (2010 Remake)
  22. Dawn of the Dead (2004 Remake)
  23. The Ring Virus
  24. Planet of the Apes Remake
  25. RoboCop Remake
  26. National Lampoon's Vacation
  27. A Million Ways to Die in the West
  28. National Lampoon's European Vacation
  29. All Superheroes Must Die
  30. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
  31. Westworld
  32. Vegas Vacation
  33. Four Lions
  34. Planet Hulk
  35. Batman: Bad Blood
  36. Doctor Strange
  37. Batman: The Killing Joke
  38. Thor: Tales of Asgard
  39. Hulk vs.
  40. Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman
  41. Marvel Superhero Adventures: Frost Fight!
  42. Mortdecai
  43. Don't Look in the Basement
  44. Battle Beyond the Stars
  45. Rock: It's Your Decision
  46. Scar 3D
  47. Lumberjack Man
  48. Thunderbird
  49. 9
Season 13

March 8, 2017-Present
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  1. Lily C.A.T.
  2. Violent Shit: The Movie
  3. Death Race 2050
  4. A Nymphoid Barbarian In Dinosaur Hell
  5. Child Bride
  6. Forbidden Zone
  7. Moving Violations
  8. TerrorVision
  9. Video Violence
  10. Baby Geniuses
  11. Blacula
  12. House
  13. The Video Dead
  14. Video Violence 2
  15. Baby Geniuses: Superbabies 2
  16. Scream Blacula Scream
  17. Hey Good Lookin'
  18. Witchboard
  19. Superstar: The Karen Carpenter Story
  20. The Happening
  21. My Pet Monster
  22. Microwave Massacre
  23. Psycho Cop
  24. Angel's Egg
  25. In The Aftermath
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Other Series

Shootin' the Shit Wtih Emer/Ask Emer Live

Ask Emer LIVE was a show Prevost started in early to 2014, with his then good friend Asalieri, and it was meant to be a live Q&A series.  The original stream failed, but they did another, more successful stream immediately afterwards.  In 2015, Prevost changed the name to Shooting the Shit w/Emer.  Over the years he had many of his good friends on as guests, but also did as many solo streams as well.  The show used to be weekly, until early 2016.  Up until this point, it was a weekly stream, uploaded every Friday, and rarely ever missed a week.  Sometimes he would change the date to Saturday, or do it on both days, and on the very rare occasion he would do one on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday, but not very often.  During early 2016 he stopped doing it regularly, but still did one every once in a while.  The streams were used for him and his possible guests to answer fan questions, and just talk about and discuss anything else that they felt like.  

Pet Peeves on Prevost's Streams (these things could get you banned from the stream)
  1. Repeat questions
  2. Ask about trailers (he rarely watched movie trailers)
  3. Ask what he thinks about someone's death (he considered it to be tasteless)
  4. Ask about Asalieri (he didn't want to talk about their falling out at all)
  5. Complain that he wouldn't do Reaction & Review for a certain movie.  
  6. Complain that he wouldn't watch a certain movie.  
  7. Ask for a Reaction & Review for a certain movie before it was even released.  
  8. Speculating about a movie before a trailer was released.  
Guests
  1. TheGamingGoose (Eric)
  2. RazorFist
  3. TheDarknessTheCurse (Josh)
  4. MrSuperDuck (Duck)
  5. Kari Ookami (Kari)
  6. Bigal2k6/BigalUpdates  (Al or Big Al)
  7. Asalieri (Eric Galade)
  8. JustKeepThatInMind (David)

Let's Plays

Normal Let's Plays
  1. Let's Play Aliens: Coloniel Marines(he Co-Op's with Duck, and later they do a few videos Co-Oping with TheDarknessTheCurse, or Josh, but not very many)
  2. Let's Play Ride to Hell: Retribution
  3. Let's Play Hotline Miami
  4. Let's Play Skullgirls
  5. Let's Play Table Top Simulator
  6. Let's Play Cartoon Network Flux(Table Top Sims)
  7. Let's Play Uno(Table Top Sims)
  8. Let's Play Star Trek: The Video Game(PC)w/Duck
  9. Let's Play Ghostbusters: The Movie(PC)
  10. Let's Play Roche Fusion PC
  11. Let's Play Hard Rain
  12. Let's Play New Ghostbusters II
  13. Let's Play Crash Course
  14. Let's Play Star Wars NES
  15. Let's Play Left 4 Dead 2
  16. Let's Play Super Donkey Kong '99
  17. Let's Play WFF Betrayal
  18. Let's Play The Simpsons Trump(Tabletop Sims)
  19. Let's Play Titanic NES
  20. Let's Play Deadpool(PC)
  21. Let's Play Portal 2/Kari(PC)
  22. Let's Play Hitman: Absolution(PC)
  23. Let's Play Castle Crashers w/Asa & Goose
  24. Let's Suck At Spelunky
  25. Let's Play King of Fighters 2002 PC vs. Goose
  26. Let's Play Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed PC...with Goose
  27. Let's Play Metal Slug(PC).....with Goose
  28. Let's Play Metal Slug 3(Pc).....with Goose#
  29. Let's Play Press X Not To Die
  30. Stunt Jump FAIL w/Emer
  31. Let's Play Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit(PC)
  32. Let's Play Enter the Gungeon
  33. Let's Play Overwatch
  34. Let's Play Batman: The Telltale Series Episode 1
Live Let's Plays
  1. Let's Play Party Hard LIVE
  2. Let's Play Quiplash LIVE
  3. Let's Play Trivia Murder Party LIVE
  4. Let's Play Fibbage LIVE
  5. Let's Play Until Dawn LIVE
  6. Let's Play Destroy All Humans LIVE
  7. Let's Play Earwax LIVE
  8. Let's Play Friday the 13th LIVE
  9. Godzilla LIVE (PS4)
  10. Broforce LIVE (PS4)
  11. FarCry 4 (PS4) LIVE!
  12. Alien Isolation PS4 LIVE!
  13. Let's Play Battleborn Open Beta (PS4) LIVE
  14. Let's Play Fallout 4 LIVE
  15. Let's Play Zombie LIVE (PS4)
  16. Let's Play Drawn to Death LIVE (PS4)
  17. Let's Play Friday the 13th the Game LIVE

Game Reviews

  1. Rouge Splat

Trading Card Corner

Trading Card Corner was Prevost's final series, started on November 26, 2015, where he bought a set of trading cards, and then unboxed them and reviewed them on camera.  He was willing to review any type of trading cards as long as he was interested in what they were about, for example Star Trek, Comic Books, (especially DC Comics), among other things.  

  1. Star Trek Master Series
  2. Toxic High School
  3. Cereal Killers
  4. DC Cosmic Cards
  5. Hollywood Zombies
  6. Trash Can Trolls
  7. Deathmate
  8. Purkey-Mon(Pacific 2000)
  9. Beavis & Butt Head (Fleer 1994)
  10. Star Wars Trilogy Collection (Merlin 1997)
  11. Marvel Universe Series III(Impex/SkyBox 1992)
  12. Archer: Season 1-4 (Cryptozoic 2014)
  13. The Maxx (Wildstorn 1996)
  14. Rad Dudes (Pacific 1990)
  15. DC Comics Teams (Skybox 1993)

Discontinued Series

The Long Box Chronicles

This was a discontinued series of videos where Prevost talked about specific stories in comic books.  It was discontinued a few years ago. Prevost stated interest in reviving the show at some point in the future, however, due to Prevost's death, the series will not be revived.  

  1. The Longbox Chronicles - Maximum Carnage
  2. The Longbox Chronicles - "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
  3. The Longbox Chronicles - Batman PSA Double Feature
  4. The Longbox Chronicles - Archie Meets the Punisher
  5. The Longbox Chronicles - Nash
  6. The Longbox Chronicles - Tangent Comics Triple Feature
  7. The Longbox Chronicles - Hostess Ads
  8. The Longbox Chronicles - One More Day
  9. The Longbox Chronicles - WWE Arena
  10. The Longbox Chronicles - Countdown Arena
  11. The Longbox Chronicles - Spider-Man: Reign
  12. A Longbox Chronicles Christmas
  13. The Longbox Chronicles - Spawn the Impaler

EPIC Rant

EPIC Rant was the first major series that Prevost ever did on his channel, back in 2008.  He discontinued this ranting series due to him, (and many of his friends), feeling that the rants were terrible and, no matter how many times his fans begged him to bring the rants back, he said that he would never, no matter what.  

NOTE:  Most of his rants aren't on his channel due to them either deleting them or being on his previous channel, which was suspended and never came back.  

  1. The "Ground Zero Mosque" - How can so many people be so stupid?
  2. GameReviewerArchive
  3. Want to Help Fix YouTube?

What's In The Box

What's in the Box was a series where Emer Unboxed a pack that he was subscribed that has memorabilia about a specific topic.  Out of the below boxes, the only ones he was still subscribed to at the time of his death were Comic Bento and Horror Pack till he discontiuned his subscriptions in April 2017.

  1. Comic Bento
  2. Horror Pack
  3. 1Up Box(Cancelled after one box)
  4. LootCrate(Stopped after 3 months)
  5. Comic Block(Cancelled after one box and delcared it the worst box subscription ever)
  6. Geek Fuel(His subscription was cancelled by the company)
  7. Super Geek Box(Stopped Because Lack of Interest)
  8. Blindbox Comics(He only got one box)

Other Videos

  1. (Sorta) Funny Skyrim Glitch
  2. Emer Takes The "Run The Gauntlet" Challenge

Patreon

On August 14, 2016, Emer opened up a Patreon page so his fans can donate money to him. At the time of his death, he had not set any reward goals or any stretch goals.  

Emer Prevost's Patreon Introduction

Well, let's see how this Patreon thing goes.  Also, I am surprised how long I have been on the fence about opening this, considering all the videos that are on here, (which I have no memory of ever adding to the page in the first place).  I really wish I knew why I was here.  Numerous viewers of mine have asked if I would start a Patreon, so I am just putting this up for them.  So, let's just consider this a tip jar of sorts.  If you want to pledge; feel free to do so.  If not, that is cool, too.  

Reward Goals

None

Stretch Goals

None

Amazon Wish List

Emer had an Amazon Wish List for many years, in which people could buy movies that they want to see him do for Reaction & Review.  He'd give them shoutouts at the end of the reviews of the movies that they sent in.  Sometimes he'd also donate an entire month to movies sent in on the Amazon Wish List.  

Good Friends On YouTube

Good Friends on YouTube At the Time of His Death

The following people are fellow, well known YouTubers that Emer mentioned before or have appeared in live streams with him, and were good friends with him.  

  1. TheGamingGoose (Eric)
  2. RazorFist
  3. TheDarknessTheCurse (Josh)
  4. MrSuperDuck (Duck)
  5. Kari Ookami (Kari)
  6. Bluemagus (Danny)
  7. RandomDCE (Random)
  8. Larry Bundy Jr/Guru Larry (Larry)

Former Good Friends on YouTube At the Time of His Death

  1. Asalieri (Eric Galade)
  2. Just Keep That In Mind (David Hardy)
  3. Big Al (Al)
  4. LeisureSuitGaming/Face Destroyer Inc./Silent Rob (Rob Lowe)

Mentioned by Prevost

Mentioned by Prevost Positively

  1. AlphaOmegaSin (good friends with Razorfist)
  2. I Hate Everything
  3. Irate Gamer
  4. GradeAUnderA

Mentioned by Prevost Negatively

  1. Darksydephil (Phillip Burnell)
  2. TheAmazingAtheist
  3. Drama Alert (Keemstar)
  4. LeafyIsHere
  5. TheMysteriousMrEnter
  6. Youngbloodfantasy91
  7. Asalieri (after their friendship ended)
  8. Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic from Channel Awesome)
  9. James Rolfe (The Angry Video Game Nerd from his YouTube chanels JamesNintendoNerd and Cinemassacre)
  10. Mike Matei (James Rolfe's best friend, and fellow member of Cinemassacre)
  11. Matthew Santoro
  12. Tyrone Magnus
  13. PewDiePie
  14. AlphaOmegaSin
  15. JustKeepThatInMind (David Hardy)

Criticism

Over the years Prevost received a lot of criticism for his opinions, his statements, and his cynical attitude towards other people.   

Comments About Copyright & Fair Use

One of which are comments that Prevost made on copyright and fair use, giving him a lot of hate from people calling him stupid, ignorant, and pseudo intellectual.  One comment that he made on the YouTube commentary community caused popular commentator Youngbloodfantasy91 to make a video addressing the matter, especially since Prevost apparently passive-aggressively mentioned YoungBlood in the comment that he made on the commentary community.  

Hypocrite

Other sources of criticism came calling Prevost a hypocrite for several reasons.  These include, but MAY not be limited to him criticizing the commentary community but then making a commentary of his own, which he deleted.  In addition, he claimed he hated his old rants and would never rant again, and yet he made rants on occasion despite this.  Furthermore, he criticized Patreon in the past, but eventually decided to create his own Patreon page.  

2016 Drama

In 2015, Prevost had a falling out with many of his longtime friends on YouTube, starting with Asalieri, a friend of 6 years. It all started when Prevost spent 5 dollars to buy Eric the game Sonic All Stars Racing. After Asa played the game, he left a negative review which sent Prevost off. Prevost got angry at Asa, claiming that all he did was play the game for a little while, got frustrated, didn't even try to figure out how to play it properly, and gave up, even comparing him to darksydephil. This caused Asa to make a video explaining the drama that took place, presenting the intense Facebook conversation that took place the day of. Asa claimed that he wouldn't have even made his own video and brought it up if Prevost didn't briefly mention it in one of his streams, while Prevost claimed that Asa would've made it anyways because he's a "drama whore."  

The next time this was brought up was when Asalieri made a 3-hour live stream dedicated to exposing Prevost, along with a few of his friends, including SilentRob. Prevost allegedly flagged the stream and took it down, (it later went back up), causing Asa to make another separate video presenting the exposure that he presented in the live stream, as well as some new information. He declares, while providing proof, that Prevost didn't bathe, and lost his job at the casino owned his tribe because of his poor hygiene. His father had to pull strings with the tribe to get him the job in the first place because Prevost couldn't even be bothered to find a job himself, and, following his termination, his father had to beg to get him hired back on in solitude where he wouldn't have to interact with other employees or any customers. In addition, he was twice as fat as Asa himself, and could apparently eat two Arby's Meat Mountains in one sitting and still be hungry afterward. According to his longtime friend David Hardy, he was a virgin, never dated a girl, couldn't drive, weighed over 400 pounds, and didn't get his first job until he was 30, and even then it was a high schooler's job.  

Much of the information mentioned above was brought up on Facebook by David Hardy aka JustKeepThatInMind, who had been best friends with Prevost from 2006. This friendship also ended, however, when Prevost came over to David's house and pushed him up against the wall because he was apparently offended at the conversation that David had with Asa over facebook. In addition, Prevost and David also had a heated exchange over Facebook, which ended the decade-long friendship (which turned out to be a prank on Asa). In his most recent video, Asa explained that during this decade of friendship David happily bought Prevost games, hotels, first class tickets so he could travel to conventions, and even bought him a Wii U, in rebuttal of Prevost's claim that Asa himself is a "bottom feeder." What's more, Asa calls Prevost a hypocrite for selling the Wii U after 2 weeks, and yet still got so "butthurt" because Asa gave a "negative" review for a 5 dollar game.  

Aside from Asa, Prevost lost other friends during this period, including Big Al and SilentRob.  The status of him and some of his other friends, including Kari, Random, Goose, Duck, Bluemagus, among others, was unknown by the time of his death. Following Prevost's death, Asa deleted all the videos mentioned above out of respect.

Popular Hellsing920 Parodies

  1. Hellastink Re-phew: The Epic Soap Review (by Asalieri)
  2. AnotherHelping920: The "Epic" Review (by LeisureSuitGaming/FaceDestroyerInc./SilentRob)
  3. Hellsing920: The Epic Parody (by BloodyShadow24)
  4. Hellsing920: The "Epic" Parody (by MovieBuff13)
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