We have got to quit letting Jake pick movies...
This week, the guys take a look at a lost Wes Craven ""classic" starring a pre-X-Files Mitch Pileggi as Horace Pinker, a serial killer who also repairs televisions and knows some sort of weird voodoo. Kind of a jack-of-all-trades, really.
|"I pray to the mighty god of Comcast!"|
Before Pinker can be completely executed, however, he managed to possess a variety of people and use their bodies to try killing Johnny, but to no avail. Instead, he settles for killing all of Johnny's friends, because if nothing else, Pinker is adaptable. Also, as noted, the voodoo thing.
|"I LIKE MITTENS!"|
|This is actually an animated .gif of Johnny's vast range of emotions.|
Larry is continually disturbed by Johnny's apparent lack of...well, anything, really, concerning the deaths of his family and friends. Seriously, the guy is less emotive that a sea cucumber. (Johnny...Not Larry. Larry can emote like nobody's business.)
Derek just wants this whole movie to go right to hell, is all. He hated it. Every stupid frame. But he was really upset that, when Pinker possesses a little girl, Johnny doesn't beat her mercilessly, possibly in a scene similar to Jason beating the holographic campers in Jason X.
There's also fun stuff in The Lobby, Larry's List, One Thing, Hollywood Purgatory, and the return of the Game Show! So tune in, turn on, and listen to the guys talk about this movie, so you don't have to ever watch it. You're welcome.