Monster babies. They're not the most common monster, but they do get around. We've encountered them before on this very show with the Basket Case series. The It's Alive movies explored the topic of monster babies up until the point where it had monster babies reproducing on their own monster baby island. That's probably enough monster baby action to last you for the rest of your life.
City Beneath the Sea. It's the most drab movie title you could come up with for the idea of an underwater urban area, and YET we as a civilization have somehow pumped out FOUR movies with this uttlery inane title. We haven't seen any of them, but we sure do talk about their descriptions.
Al and Brantley make fun of movies (and sometimes shows!) that they haven't seen based on nothing but their weird descriptions. Today Brantley continues his habit of digging up obscure TV properties based on the classic Universal Monsters with Monster Squad. Yes, this is different than Drak Pack AND Monster Force.
CHRISTMAS! It's the most wonderful time of the year to talk about the most formulaic movies of the year, smaltzy Christmas romance movies. As per usual we have seen none of these movies. We're judging them on their very weird IMDB descriptions and nothing more.
It's our 100th episode! We're only covering one movie this week, and it's Burial Ground: The Nights of Terror, an Italian zombie movie that goes some REALLY weird places. Enjoy! And thanks for listening.
Al and Brantley make fun of movies they haven't seen based on nothing but their bizarre descriptions. This weeks movies include Japanese werewolf series Kibakichis 1 and 2 and a direct to video American horror movie Ouija House.
Al and Brantley make fun of movies they haven't seen based on their weird user generated descriptions. This weeks movies are all about giant pigs! They include Chaw, Pig Hunt, Hogzilla, Prey, and Razorback.