Coming Soon: R.O.T.O.R. (1988)

July 26th, 2013

Josie and the Pussycats (2001)

July 19th, 2013

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Like the unerring ebb and flow of the tide, the Omegahedron follows a torturous crapfest with a movie that actually has merit. Sure, it's a live-action adaptation of an outdated cartoon that itself was an adaptation of a comic book, but it's also a commentary on consumerism and the choke-hold it has on America's youth. All that, plus a trio of attractive young women in a series of skimpy outfits and ever-present nekomimi? Truly we have suffered greatly to deserve such good fortune.

Coming Soon: Josie and the Pussycats (2001)

July 12th, 2013

Guyver: Dark Hero (1994)

July 5th, 2013

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Not nearly long enough ago, because the guy who wrote our theme song demanded it, we watched The Guyver...and declared it The Very Worst Film that we've watched for the purpose of podcasting. But the sequel must not be so bad, right? Certainly the guy who wrote the 'Reception' chapter of the Guyver: Dark Hero Wikipedia entry thinks it's better than the original. And it stars the guy who does the voice of Solid Snake, which means something to Chris at least. Is there any way that the sequel could steal the crown of Worst Yet from its predecessor? What we discovered may shake your confidence in the veracity of things that fanboys write on Wikipedia articles.

Zapped! (1982) and Zapped Again! (1990)

June 21st, 2013

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It's a double feature! In Zapped!, Scott Baio accidentally inhales cannabinoid fumes that give him telekinetic powers, which he uses to rip womens' clothes off (and generally to parody Carrie). In the arguably superior straight-to-video sequel, Zapped Again! (with exclamation point on the video box, but without on the title card, probably due to budget constraints), some other guy finds the potion that Scott Baio invented or whatever, yada yada yada, telekinesis and boobs. As I'm writing these descriptions I realize I'm not selling these movies well, but trust me, they're a lot better than what we're usually stuck with.

The Great Alligator (1979)

June 7th, 2013

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Italian thriller director Sergio Martino directs Beatles spouse Barbara Bach in this giant monster cheapie. Scenes of a surprisingly violent slaughter are interspersed with shots of what appear to be bath toys in a fish tank. It's truly a sight to behold. Also, we talk about movies and TV shows and stuff for a long time.

Tenebre (1982)

May 24th, 2013

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Hey! It's a movie that doesn't suck! We dive headfirst into the giallo genre that Andrew keeps talking about with this bloody, nasty masterpiece from Italian director Dario Argento. Like Hitchcock with fashion sense, Argento delivers a suspensful thriller with bloody fountains of style. We know you never actually lower yourself to watching the movies we talk about, but in this case we urge you to do so, lest we spoil literally everything.

Teenagers from Outer Space (1959)

May 10th, 2013

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After the box office failure of this MST3K highlight, director/writer/producer/featured player Tom Graeff took out an ad in the Los Angeles Times proclaiming himself "Jesus Christ II" and later killed himself. But hey, you must have something going for you if you can make a feature-length film for $14,000. Thrifty filmmakers like Graeff -- who Wikipedia, at least, calls "The Gay Ed Wood" -- know that the craft services table is a perfect place to find your movie's monster.

The Guyver (1991)

April 26th, 2013

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Possibly the worst movie we've forced upon ourselves to date, The Guyver combines the juvenile antics and lackluster martial arts of the previous year's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie with Cronenberg-style flesh horror into a bizarre melange that seems unsuitable for all audiences. Mark Hamill gets top billing even though he plays a secondary character, but in his defense, he's the only actor in this movie who delivers anything close to a good performance. And when every actor in your movie sucks way, way more than Mark Hamill, well, that's not good.

Baba Yaga (1973)

April 12th, 2013

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Based on a comic by Italian artist Guido Crepax and starring his most famous character, Valentina, Baba Yaga is a unique combination of artsy, erotic, and unbearably dull. Valentina is seduced by an elderly lesbian with magical powers and drawn into a world of pain in submission, in the least interesting way possible. Even the frequent nudity is pretty boring. Best of all, we were super excited to see it, so get ready for some crushed expectations.