- James Earl Jones
- Rae Dawn Chong (on the poster above)
- John Stockwell (the guy from Christine and Top Gun)
- Dean Devlin for some reason
- John Diehl (many things, including Miami Vice)
- and, of course, Kim Cattrall
- And Robby Benson who was in stuff I've never actually seen
Saturday, September 30, 2023
Monday, August 28, 2023
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Sunday, October 30, 2022
- Pictures for teens may actually provide a more realistic portrayal of cops than 95% of movies (ie: they walk in with a thousand assumptions, ignore all evidence in front of them, and there's a non-zero chance they're going to arrest the very people who were asking for help)
- There are numerous lengthy and pointless scenes in this movie
- Apparently just anyone can get to an air-raid siren
- The instinct to shoot at a gelatinous monster is prevalent and wild
- This movie is terrifying
- The FX are absolutely insane. I need to read up on how they did all of this.
- That poor nurse.
- In some ways, this is a movie about a little dog no one can keep track of.
- In other ways, this is a movie about the world's shittiest first date.
- The job of a teen girl in this movie is to silently stand there and be forgotten but absolutely be in scenes standing there hoping Steve McQueen can do something.
- Everyone in this town shows up for midnight movies. Young, old, rich, poor.
- Weird flex to predict global warming, movie
Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Sunday, September 4, 2022
|Meg Foster will come with her own special FX, thank you|
Monday, August 8, 2022
Saturday, July 30, 2022
Sunday, July 24, 2022
Monday, July 18, 2022
|Behold - Paltrow's mom getting with a Robo-Brynner|
Saturday, July 2, 2022
|Not actually a set pic. This is just Traci Lords on a Thursday.|
Friday, July 1, 2022
I love the novel A Princess of Mars, by Tarzan author Edgar Rice Burroughs. It's some bat-shit sci-fi-fantasy that's wildly imaginative, weird, violent and romantic in the way that would have deeply satisfied me at age 13.
A while back (2012), Disney had its famous catastrophe with John Carter, a several hundred million dollar adaptation of the book(s). But that book is out of copyright, and three years before that bomb hit the screen, our friends at The Asylum, grabbed Antonio Sabato Jr. and someone we don't talk about nearly enough, Traci Lords, and they went out to the Vasquez Rocks and made a movie.
I've only seen about thirty minutes of this back in 2009, but it always stuck with me. And not just because it features Traci Lords. I felt like, hey - this is them kinda trying. It's still The Asylum, so, you know, it's got it's quirks.
- Day: Friday July 1
- Time: 8:30 Central
- Service: Amazon
- Cost: $2
Friday - Click Here to Leap Into Adventure
Tuesday, May 24, 2022
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Monday, April 11, 2022
An astronaut (Hugh Marlowe) and his buddies land on 26th-century Earth and find men meek and women friendly