Elves (1989) is where we begin to stretch the meaning of Malltober because there simply aren’t enough mall horror movies. This time it’s a large department store and there’s a Nazi plot to breed elves with humans to make the perfect assassins and only Dan Haggerty can stop it. Right.
Chopping Mall (1986) is our first movie for Malltober. Teenagers are stalked through a mall by killer robot security guards gone awry.
Roar (1981) is a curiosity to behold. It’s curious how everyone involved in making this ‘movie’ didn’t die a horrible death.
Rolling Vengeance (1987) is our movie for the week. How do you out redneck some evil redneck murderers? By making the ultimate monster truck murder machine.
Wanted Dead or Alive (1986) is a return for Rutger Hauer. We’ve had some shaky offerings with him before but we may be alright here as he’s chasing after Gene Simmons and aided by Robert Guillaume.
Detention (2011) is a bit of a surprise for us. We went in only because it’s from the same director of Torque and what we ended up getting may shock you (because it did us).
Treasure Buddies (2012) is our final doggone movie for Dogust. Somehow it’s also our fifth entry in the Robert Vince filmography which is further proof we are clinically insane.
Top Dog (1995) is our fourth movie for Dogust. Chuck Norris made this “kids movie” and killed his theatrical career along with way too many people in an actual kids movie. Plus racism.
Second half we briefly talk Into the Storm and delve into a catchup of listener emails. Enjoy!
Watchers II (1990) continues Dogust with a requel from last year. Marc Singer takes on the ill fitting rubber suit monster this time and the dog is properly smug about his smarts.
Bailey’s Billion$ (2005) is our choice for the second week of Dogust Two. We’re joined by special guest Walt since Harlo steadfastly refused to participate this week. The movie is another G-rated nightmare, but this one features Tim Curry, Jennifer Tilly’s cleavage and a talking dog voiced by Jon Lovitz. Also, BMFcast alum Dean Cain.