In this episode, we review a film that was so difficult to find that we had to watch an old U.S import copy on VHS. Until recently, this film did not even have an Imbd page let alone a Wikipedia entry. We had to write that one ourselves. A made for tv movie dubbed for American audiences so that the characters sounded less northern then they really are this film broke new ground upon its release. Unfortunately, that new ground turned out to be a stinking bog chock full of used johnnies and...
Despite sporting a cover that suggests some kind of special effect-laden giant-ratstravaganza this 1988 Italian exploitation film revolves instead around a primordial dwarf who is only 0.76 R2D2's in size. In an attempt to distract ourselves from having to re-live the tedium of the film we just watched, the Fat Film reveals a childhood trauma involving a bag filled with water and Grown Man Grumbles is forced to retract potentially slanderous comments about Tom Selleck.,
In this episode, we review a 1977 King Kong rip off that is so painfully executed that we wished someone had come along and painfully executed us. Also Featuring Geordie Bore. Music by @grownmangrumble
In this episode, we review the 1983 horror 'comedy' Microwave Massacre a film so ball jarringly awful that it made us wish that the moving picture had never been invented. Music by https://www.bensound.com