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Favorite Episodes

  1. Catalina Caper
    294
  2. Jack Frost
    368
  3. The Starfighters
    256
  4. Hercules Against the Moon Men
    242
  5. The Touch of Satan
    369
  6. Overdrawn at the Memory Bank
    457
  7. San Francisco International
    287
  8. Horrors of Spider Island
    245
  9. I Accuse My Parents
    439
  10. Tormented
    235
  11. First Spaceship on Venus
    169
  12. The Day the Earth Froze
    305
  13. Girl in Gold Boots
    306
  14. The Giant Gila Monster
    276
  15. City Limits
    183
  16. Laserblast
    428
  17. Merlin's Shop of Mystical Wonders
    349
  18. Time of the Apes
    297
  19. Puma Man
    561
  20. Gorgo
    188
  21. Time Chasers
    471
  22. Devil Fish
    282
  23. The Space Children
    193
  24. Fire Maidens of Outer Space
    238
  25. Being from Another Planet
    206
  26. The Incredible Melting Man
    302
  27. Pod People
    596
  28. Colossus and the Headhunters
    197
  29. Radar Secret Service
    236
  30. Ring of Terror
    204
  31. The Unearthly
    213
  32. Attack of the the Eye Creatures
    246
  33. Village of the Giants
    208
  34. Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues
    360
  35. Night of the Blood Beast
    343
  36. Quest of the Delta Knights
    288
  37. Invasion of the Neptune Men
    259
  38. Escape 2000
    286
  39. Racket Girls
    192
  40. High School Big Shot
    203
  41. The Leech Woman
    255
  42. Gamera vs. Zigra
    188
  43. Wild Rebels
    181
  44. Jungle Goddess
    201
  45. Last of the Wild Horses
    173
  46. The Skydivers
    285
  47. The Screaming Skull
    302

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319 - War of the Colossal Beast - over 2 years ago
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Grown women playing live motion little boy characters (a la Peter Pan) is so damned creepy.


821 - Time Chasers - over 7 years ago
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I guess I'm alone on this, but I just don't find the Pearl character all that funny, and the opening segment just drags. Nothing can top the invention exchanges with Joel, Forrester and TV's Frank.


615 - Kitten with a Whip - over 4 years ago
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Wonder how many less good nature woman learned how to cry rape after this movie came out back then.


1010 - It Lives by Night - over 2 years ago
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Possibly the dumbest movie depiction of rabies ever. Way up there with the most intolerable movie wives ever, too. Also these Super Realistic Movie Doctors are real chill about a possibly rabid bat's bite to a cranial nerve.


422 - The Day the Earth Froze - almost 8 years ago
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Does it make me weird that I think clowns are pretty cool and funny? I guess I understand why some people are scared of them, but I don't get why they have this widespread reputation for being terrifying (except among most people who saw It with Tim Curry as kids, I suppose)


619 - Red Zone Cuba - over 2 years ago
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From the Wikipedia article for Red Zone Cuba:

Back on American soil, the three engage in a variety of crimes to get to the home of Chastain's wife to help her mine the metals her husband had mentioned in Cuba. They throw café owner Cliff Weismeyer (Charles F. Harter) down a well and Griffin rapes his blind daughter (Elaine Gifford), then they steal his car and escape; they also hop Mr. Wilson's train in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

There was a rape scene in this nightmare, too? Brutal. Kudos to the boys for editing that out.


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Um...it seems as if Joel doesn't know what "abhor" means (hint: it isn't a synonym for "implore")


702 - The Brute Man - over 3 years ago
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"You're not afraid of me?"
"No. I'm a little nervous, I guess. Why should I be afraid?"
Oh, I don't know. Maybe because a strange man with an odd, raspy voice was hiding in your bedroom?!?!?!?!? Did losing her sight make her lose all her brain cells as well?


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702 - The Brute Man - almost 3 years ago
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Rondo "The Brute Man" Hatten played basically this same role in an old Sherlock Holmes movie (the ones that had Basil Rathbone as Holmes), except that instead of a bitter, "deformed" ex-collegiate football star he plays this "back-breaking" muscle for some jewel thief or whatnot that Holmes is tracking down. I guess there must've been a thing for "back-breakers" as the "bad guy" in movies for a couple minutes about 60-70 years ago.


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912 - The Screaming Skull - almost 4 years ago
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With Mickey's hair/clothing it's obvious was just born in the wrong decade. He'd fit in perfectly right now, sipping a hemp latte at Intelligencia in Silver Lake and ranting about the environment...


312 - Gamera vs. Guiron - about 4 years ago
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I thought you weren't supposed to pat people on the head in Japanese culture


520 - Radar Secret Service - over 7 years ago
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As atrocious as the short is, I have to admit there is some good, common sense info that the pushy cop shares. Heck, the goofballs waving before hitting the train could just as easily be goofballs texting before getting hit by a train.


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506 - Eegah - over 2 years ago
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Bill Clinton legs.