Reign of Fire is the Greatest Worst Movie EVER. Or the Worst Greatest Movie EVER. We’re not sure.
It has dragons in it.
No, seriously. They breath fire and everything. And apparently, they wiped out the dinosaurs. All of the ones that weren’t safely sequestered in the Appatosaurus Preserve, that is.
Sadly, shortly after this episode was recorded, the entire dinosaur population of the Appatosaurus Preserve was wiped out by an unknown assailant wielding a giant, freakin’ axe. Witnesses report that the assailant was heard shouting: “Yaaar, filthy dragons, taste the wrath of me blade!” The cryptic message “STROMNIR LIVES!” was found painted in dinosaur blood at the scene of the slaughter.
A composite sketch of the assailant, created by police artists.
You’re in luck! Two podcasts in as many days, featuring my first subterranean adventure with George and Angel as we delve elbow-deep into the soul-staining murk of The Fantastic Four!
No show-notes, though. You’re not that lucky.
Logan’s Run is the Greatest Movie EVER.
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Now that I think about it, that Carousel crystal looks like a giant Apple Sour Altoid.
Ironically, my good friend Eddie turns 30 this September.
THERE IS NO SANCTUARY, EDDIE!
The Chronicles of Riddick podcast is now available for your listening consumption.
This week’s episode of The Greatest Movie EVER! Podcast features a review of Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster. Yummy-licious. I’ve also decided to put up a few show notes for your ultimate edification. Enjoy.
The Lonely Death of a Put-Upon, Japanese, High-Rise Construction Worker.
That’s all for now, folks!
Another week has gone by, and with it comes another Podcast, featuring a review of the execrable Underworld, a piece of sentient cinematic slime that oozed its way out of the primordial soup and permanently into the consciousness of the Almighty Gooberzilla. Seriously, this film is a sore on my brain. Watch it at your own peril.
Podcast. Reviewed Alien vs. Predator. Barely survived the experience.
Tell my Mom I love her!
The Greatest Move EVER! Podcast now features the second episode, in which Katherine and I review “The Ewok Adventure: Caravan of Courage”.
Don’t be hatin’, Internet-people. Don’t be hatin’.