Episode 205: Remote

It’s rare that you watch a movie that seems as if it could be an original idea and then halfway through becomes a clone of a current box office hit. Well that’s what happened in this week’s movie, the 1993 Moon Beam Entertainment classic Remote; which evolves into a crappy Home Alone clone when it could have easily just been it’s own thing. Oddly enough, this film shares two villains from Prehysteria!, the film discussed in last week’s episode, but is not related to it in any way even though it’s the same production company behind both films.

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Episode 204: Prehysteria!

This week in our month of pure nostalgia, we went on an adventure 65 million years in the making to discuss the dinosaur classic Prehysteria! The dinosaur film that shaped our childhoods more than any other dinosaur film on the 1990’s. When a young boy and his family discover some mysterious eggs, which hatch to reveal a brood of baby dinosaurs, the real adventure truly begins. Brought to you by Cool Guy Coolers.

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Episode 153: Crash And Burn

After watching Robot Jox last week, you know how pumped and invested we were in every aspect of the future political landscape it presented. So naturally, you can imagine how excited we were to watch it’s “sequel” Crash And Burn. What starts off as a political sci-fi film, quickly turns into a sci-fi thriller, and ultimately turns into a straight up horror film; all of which really had nothing to do with Robot Jox, except for a giant robot being featured during the climax of the film. Most of the time such a loose connection ends up being a bad thing, but this still ended up being a fun watch.

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