Al and Brantley take on movies they haven't seen based on nothing but their weird descriptions. This week's movies are all from the Art of War series. Sometimes it stars Wesley Snipes, sometimes Wesley Snipes is in prison for tax evasion and the movie stars some random guy from a band we've never heard of.
Albert and Brantley make fun of movies they haven't seen based on nothing more than their odd descriptions. This week's movies include: The Mildew from the Planet Xonader, Nereus (aka The Complex), Jaws 19, and Lake Placid Legacy.
Trying to survive the family Christmas, Cody makes a wish to be alone, which ends up backfiring when a shark manifests and kills his entire family…
A military vessel on the search for an unidentified submersible finds themselves face to face with a giant shark, forced to use only what they have on board to defend themselves from the monstrous beast.
The Last Sharknado: It's About Time
Fin must unlock the time-traveling power of the Sharknados in order to save the...
The Curse 1987
A meteorite crashes on the farm of the severely dysfunctional Hayes family. The Hayes family are a really messed-up bunch: stern fire-and-brimstone religious zealot patriarch Nathan (essayed with eye-rolling hammy brio by Claude Akins), his smart, but unhappy foster son Zack (a likable performance by Will Wheaton), lusty, faithless, frustrated wife Frances (a deliciously histrionic Kathleen Jordon Gregory), crude, browbeating, moronic son Cyrus (a perfectly hateful Malcom...
I don't know if anyone ever actually reads these descriptions, but we do the thing we always do with the movie descriptions. This week we cover Something in the Dark, Mutants, Zingy the Swamp Boy, and Cruel Jaws.
The greedy Braylon owns the Just Rite Sugar Company and has hired the unethical scientist Sergei to conduct an experiment to make an addictive sugar stronger than heroin or nicotine to increase his sales. Sergei uses invisible people as test subjects, like beggars,...
Hotel Inferno (2013)
The contract killer Frank Zimosa has just been hired for a ridiculously lucrative mission by the rich and powerful Jorge Mistrandia. The objective: to kill a couple of people hiding in one of his European hotels. What would look like one of the simplest jobs Frank has ever had is just about to turn into a living nightmare. He will soon realize he's nothing more than prey for Mistrandia and his army of crazy henchmen that have hiding in the hotel along with an ancient...
This week we're taking on the Blind Dead series of movies. It didn't occur to us at the time, but someone really should make a Blind Dead vs Deafula movie. We ran out of Blind Dead movies before we ran out of podcast, so we tacked on the movie Shepherd at the end.
Do you like robots? Do you like vampires? Then you're going to LOVE this podcast about three movies about Robo-Vampires. They're not actually CONNECTED in any way, they're just three random movies about robo-vampires that someone threw together into a "trilogy" and then slapped a picture of RoboCop on the front. We also cover RoboCop (2014) in this episode.
Bad movies are funny, but it takes a long time to watch them, so instead Al and Brantley just read their very bad descriptions and laugh at those. This week's pirate themed episode includes, Submarine Pirate (1915), Captain Calamity (1936), and Blind Dead 3 (aka The Ghost Galleon (1974).
In this episode of Too Weird, Didn't Watch, Brantley digs into an old trove of Universal Studios horror films that adapted the famous radio drama anthology The Inner Sanctum. The movies all star Lon Chaney Jr. and include, Calling Dr. Death, Pillow of Death, Frozen Ghost, Weird Woman, Dead Man's Eyes, and Strange Confession.