Tornado! (1996) is our movie for the week. Bruce Campbell and Ernie Hudson chase tornadoes in this TV mockbuster to Twister. That’s about all that needs to be said about that.
Second half we discuss all the hot new trailers, The Babadook, 3 Days to Kill, Chef, Edge of Tomorrow and Into the Storm which may have prompted another tornado movie being watched. Plus listener correspondence. Enjoy!
American Ninja 2: The Confrontation marks our return from a long break. Steve James is here to wreck some ninja butt with some guy named Dudikoff.
Jaws: The Revenge (1987) is our wrap up to Sharksgiving. A great white shark chases Sheriff Brody’s widow Ellen down to the Bahamas after it eats her son. Because that seems like a thing a shark should do.
Deep Blue Sea (1999) is how we celebrate both Sharksgiving and two hundred fifty episodes. It’s a big movie. It’s a dumb movie. It’s a big dumb movie full of smart sharks.
Second half it’s all about listener correspondence and reminiscing on our past, origins and how we shockingly kill off Chuck in the final panel. Enjoy!
Shark Attack 3: Megalodon (2002) is how we open Sharksgiving. CGI sharks, stilted dialog and insane performances by our main cast members make this something special.
Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge (1989) is our wrap-up to Malltober. This little flick is Phantom of the Opera set in a mall with Pauly Shore, The Most Interesting Man in the World and my wife, Morgan Fairchild. Much like other phantoms, Eric is a bit of murdering psychopath.
Second half we get into some serious horror discussions as Chuck dives into Leviathan, Maki is treated to Halloween, Chuck and Maki talk loudly about the Scream series and Harlo ends up watching the Final Destination series. THAT’S A LOT OF MOVIES! Enjoy!
Hide and go Shriek (1988) is week 3 of Malltober. This time our not quite mall is a rather large furniture store. Otherwise you know the drill, kids locked inside overnight, killer on the loose and go. Though the twist is one you probably won’t see coming.
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.