Sometimes you want your plain old, locally-sourced zombie-like monsters shambling around your house, eating people, and generally being a real inconvenience.
Other times, you have to import something a little...different.
|Hi! That'd be me! I'm made from dried apples!|
|For example, what the hell is this all about?|
|Brian Bonsall, Richard Chamberlain, and Heather Graham!|
|Oh, hello. Just summoning some evil to freshen the place up, is all.|
|It's filled with delicious Smucker's preserves!|
Jake has several theories to explain why the movie is so disjointed and confusing. Surprisingly, only one of them involves a lot of drugs!
Larry hates Bob and his voice. It's just awful. Really. As this is an Italian film with Italian actors (despite taking place in Boston), it's understandable that the actors might need to be dubbed. But why do they always pick an adult to do unconvincing kids' voices?
Derek is angered by the iimplied travel times involved in going from New York to Boston, and believes that it might involve some sort of time portal in the kitchen of the house. He also does not trust Ann's eyebrows. They are upsetting.
There's also news in The Lobby, new movies Coming Soon, questions about James Cameron in Hollywood Purgatory, a very loud Larry's List, and a new game show! And a special announcement about October's theme: Month of the Living Dead!
So sit down, plug in, and listen to this week's show!