Bad Moon, or Bad Touch?

Blame it on the family dog, because Bad Moon is the Greatest Movie EVER!

This movie contains:

Faithful Family Pets.

Nasty Werewolves.

Creepy Uncles.

FINAL THOUGHT:

This is not the expression I would make in reaction to an impending Werewolf mauling.

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10 Responses

  1. Love the tag team co-hosts of Sean and the Katherine the Great.

    Any chance of a podcast on that werewolf movie featuring Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfiffer? I believe it was actually called “Wolf”

  2. The longest fullmoon in a werewolf movie was in the one called, “Werewolf” which featured Joe Estevez and lots of foreign actors playing Americans. Also known as MST3k’s Warwelf.

  3. There is even a god damn full moon on the cover!?!?

    Fuck this movie.

  4. Dude — it has a full moon on the cover and THE FULL MOON IS THE WEREWOLF’S EYE!!! Now that’s art!

    Aside — Paul, you keep teasing me with Month of Mark morsels, but then you keep yanking the month away!

  5. I’ll point out that the general features of a werewolf–big, hairy, bestial, uncontrollable fury, and he LIKES it that way–these all match pretty well to Wuthering Heights’s Heathcliff, and WH is pretty well acknowledged to be the epitome of repressed sex drive.

  6. PS they didn’t even get the tagline right! It ought to be “half man, half wolf, ALL terror”. “total” implies the summation of a countable quantity; “all” is more appropriate for denoting a unified whole.

  7. Ha. Reminds me of a friend’s idea for the tag line of a Robocop remake by Uwe Boll: “Part Cop, All Cop.”

  8. keith, please do me and the rest of the film watching population a favor and NEVER again mention the idea of a Robocop film by Uwe Boll. Such an idea must be made an unmentionable phrase to prevent from unleashing evil that will burn us to our very souls

  9. Like it could possibly be worse than RoboCop: Prime Directives!

  10. Haven’t commented in a while, but I’ve been catching up on older episodes.

    This episode may be the greatest thing ever created.

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