I took a break from gaming and my 90s monster movie search, only to come across…even more monster movies from the 90s! Amester and I discovered the Full Moon channel on Amazon Prime…my God. It’s something to behold, indeed. We spent the weekend rolling thru the catalog.
Bad Channels (1992)
Amy: Not sure
Holy crap. This is weird. Blue Öyster Cult is weird. I feel weird now. It’s up there with TerrorVision, and I’m not sure if that’s good or bad. It may be brilliant…
Body Snatchers meets Critters. Although interesting, it lacks a sure-fire element that would send it to my own personal favs list: Bo Hopkins. Sam Hennings gives it the ol’ college try, but still ends up a poor man’s Mumblin’ Bo who moonlights as a MacGyver impersonator. Chances are, you’re going to be asking yourself, ” what in the ding dong heckamadoodle hell did I just watch?”
I’d like to say it’s a good fun-bad movie, but it’s actually a lot better than it should be. It’s still a dumb Sci-Fi/action movie, but ends up being a lot of fun, and sports a good early 90s soundtrack. Is he tiny, or are we giants? Maybe they’ll answer that in one of the many sequels.
I very much enjoyed my time with this one, and after DM and Trancers, I definitely consider myself a Tim Thomerson fan. The actors all gave pretty stellar performances, including a young Helen Hunt. The music was fitting, and the sets were on par.
Doctor Mordrid (1992)
Dr. Strange’s little brother, Jeffrey Combs, runs around being a 90s movie. Not really, but it works.
Demonic Toys (1992)
Definitely a decent fun-bad. Child’s Play meets Puppetmaster.
Sorority Babes in the Slimeball Bowl-O-Rama (1988)
The premise is just ridiculous enough to work as a spiritual sequel to Chopping Mall, but it just doesn’t pull it off. The acting is so bad, even Uncle Impy can’t save this one.
Lurking Fear (1994)
Not sure. I think I fell asleep…or I was drunk. I don’t remember it at all.
Okie dokie folks! Week trial is over. I highly suggest you check that company out. I had a blast watching all of them this last week.