Further, the way the vampire and classic monster genre has been gayed up to pander to glitter-covered high school shmucks is a real shame to monster movies...and movies in general. Thankfully, Trehern is here to rescue the day with the fifth installment to The Inter-Dimensional Travels of the Triforce 20. Featuring Ed "Tripp" Turner as the Belmont-archetype, Episode V: The Man Who Kills is basically Trehern writing a Castelvania story but just changing the names.
And with that, this Top 5 list concludes its rampage on Ben's Movie Reviews. And just so the world knows, Trehern uses his infallible opinion to write for The Solar Sentinel, the only inter-dimensional newspaper you need in a world that will NEVER make these movies. Make comments for additions to this list, but I'm pretty sure I got them all covered.
 For those of you who knock Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home for being utterly stupid, of the 10, it had the highest North American grossing. Boom. America wins. [Wikipedia.com <-not a reliable financial source.]
 For an even better analysis of the Castlevania video game series, check out the Angry Video Game Nerd's omnibus dedicated to the franchise. [Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4]