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 144: Transformers: The Last Knight

Transformers: The Last Knight. The fifth in a series about robots, history and the indulgences of a man who never could resist beautiful women, crude jokes and explosions. You ever have so much sensory input and then try putting that experience into words? With the debris still settling, this is that conversation. (WARNING MAJOR SPOILERS IN EPISODE)

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Episode 143: Critters 4

Tonight brings to a close our viewing of the Critterverse, a franchise nickname not given lightly. All four of these movies do the once rare feat of establishing a universe ripe with potential. While the first three movies focus primarily on Earth, this fourth movie takes us back to space where it all began, but also to the future. 52 years in the future! What is masterful about this movie is that it is not cheesy or overtly goofy, and gives us a great science fiction experience that has no right to exist. Learning about the changes during the 52 year gap creates a craving for more movies set in this universe. Monsters. Creatures. Galactic counsels and interstellar corporations. Bounty hunters and betrayal. It has everything you could ask for, except maybe more critter carnage, but what can you do. Join us as we follow former drunk turned Crite killer Charlie in his last adventure.

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