It’s time to kick off Kid’s Movie Month! YAAAAAAY!!! To kick it off, Brittany picked the 1992 kid’s comedy Stay Tuned. Arguably not a b-movie but hey it wasn’t profitable and not many people I’ve met have actually watched it so fudge off.
We change it up this month and focus on 2 main questions; was the movie successful for kids at the time, and then would it be successful for kids today? Special guest Taryn helps us break this movie down. And out of respect for the youngsters, we employ the “Fudge” rating system.
Oh and let’s not forget that Kid’s Movie Month is brought to us by Fat Foot Films! Check out their website where you’ll be able to check out new episodes of the show and soon you’ll be able to see the short movie Tom directed!
On this week’s episode, Brittany selects the 1977 killer bed classic Death Bed: The Bed That Eats! I think the only way to truly understand it’s meaning is to indulge in as many drugs as the creators of this film did. Find out what our ratings are of this absurd 70’s horror movie about a bed eating people.
Brittany’s selection this week was the fresh 2015 release, WolfCop! Sounds easy right? A wolf that’s a cop. This movie’s name alone set up expectations it just couldn’t quite live up to. See if our ratings and reactions were anything like yours as we break down the successes, failures and risks of this werewolf-comedy, cop romp.
Brittany’s selection, Bitter Feast is a 2010 movie in which a celebrity chef captures a food blogger and tortures him whilst also making him perform food challenges. Obviously we watched this one, but the outcome was quite surprising.
Brittany chose the movie this week and she picked 1996’s Freeway for her Cult Month selection. This is probably the closest we’ve come so far to watching something with actual substance. First time guest Jimmy is on to help us recap this mid-90’s gem.
On the last episode before we announce next month being Cult Month!.. We dig in to Brittany’s selection 1989’s Girlfriend From Hell. There’s something about 1989 that just make me feel like a shimmering pile of glitter. Ya know?