Episode 59: Jack Frost 2 - Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (2000)


It's a random, humid evening in September, perfect for watching a Christmas horror film about a killer snowman and the dumbasses he terrorizes on a tropical resort island. We're apparently barbecuing, because Adam is back on the sauce and picking 2000's direct-to-the-$2-Walmart-bin crapshoot Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman! Kick back with a piña colada, soak up the sun, and get pummeled with wave after wave of crushing regret for letting your cohost subject you to this pointless, awful dreck. Just don't engage in any mouth play with your ice cubes or your head might explode on this week's episode of Horror Movie Night!

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Quote of the Episode:

"Here's the thing ... you were talking to drunk Adam" - Adam

More Extremely Dumb Films

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.

We may not all agree on wrestling and its entertainment value as an art form on this show, but we sure as hell agree that Netflix's GLOW was damn good television, and have been eagerly waiting for season 2 to drop. In preparation, Scott finally unleashed the most bloodless, tame pick ever on Matt and Brian, featuring some of the actual Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling in starring roles, 1989's Slashdance! While it's not a good film by any measure, and the weakest aerobics killer movie we've ever seen, there is a certain charm to it, and by its actresses' pedigree alone worth talking about. The budget didn't cover live goldfish, so there was likely no coke on hand for the writing, filming or editing of Slashdance, and what's left is a serviceable made-for-tv cop drama cut into 40 minutes of dance rehearsals. Let's get in shape and possibly choke someone with their own lasso while they sing You Are My Sunshine because really, these auditions ain't cuttin it for Horror Movie Night!

Didn't we just cover Satanic Panic stuff last week?? Matt's short term memory is fried from all the bar water he's been chugging on tour, so he decided to inflict Hard Rock Zombies from 1985 upon us. If you've never seen this one, consider yourself lucky, as it features the softest hard rock band ever, fronted by a legitimate child predator with an awful mustache. There's also a geriatric Hitler, werewolf Eva Braun and their deformed midget offspring. Plus a hot blonde who likes to make stupid Beatles jokes as she lops off dudes' hands. There's a lot to unpack here, and we tried our best to not do Steve Perry impressions for 40 minutes this week. Join us for the loud rock show you never wanted to witness on this week's episode of Horror Movie Night!