Episode 140: Demon Wind (1990)
Quote of the Episode:
"I watched this on YouTube at 1.5 or 2x speed" - Scott
More 'So Bad it's good' Films
Continuing last week's spectacle of cat abuse, we're setting sail for parts unknown with a killer mutant tabby and there's nothing to eat except champagne and cereal... and rat poison. You might have guessed it, we're talking 1988's Uninvited and man, what a ride. We are joined again by our resident Film Freak, horror handyman Kyle Kuchta, as we wax poetic about animal shelters, Clu Gulager's fake teeth, how much cats hate wine, and why you should never pick up strays. How much would YOU debase yourself for a suitcase full of dirty money? This is the question that burns within our psyches daily, but can finally elaborate upon with each other, this week on Horror Movie Night!
Some days, life really gets you down. No one believes you're a scientific genius, your coworkers laugh at you, you're chased by the friendliest wild dog ever... All because your mom caught you using your telescope to watching the neighbor girl strip down erotically to 50s music when you were a child. What's a guy to do?! Maybe inject himself with invisibility serum and molest his way through the remedial physics class at the local high school? Yeah, that sounds like a plan! If you haven't guessed, we watched 1990's The Invisible Maniac, and IT. WAS. AMAZING. If you're not hyped for this episode, there's no saving you, so you might as well choke on this subway sandwich here, cuz that's how we roll (while invisible) on Horror Movie Night!
Listeners of the show will know that we do it all for the lulz, and stay up to date on all the cool lingo and references that fellow kids are using, so it should be no surprise we were super duper golly gosh darn excited to talk about the ultra-hip and totally relatable SMILEY from 2012! There is no way that a slasher movie about Chatroulette, starring Youtube "celebrities" and having zero budget could age poorly, right? Of course not! No real names this week, ok? We're just using our Anonymous handles, which are coincidentally just our real names. Total coincidence.