It's only because they're saving "Shark Attack 4: The Revenge of Megalodon" and "Decoys 3: Sorority of Blood" as Christmas Presents to us, the lucky viewers.Which prompts one to question: "What are Bravo and Lifetime going to do for counterprogramming?"
Bravo's showing one of their gay neo-minstrel show marathons.Or maybe a bunch of episodes of The Real Housewives of Orange County -- ungrateful, spoiled whores who should also be dragged to the guillotine, by the way.
Lawrence, Kansas?Sheesh, I still remember the girl with the orange and I saw that movie what...20 years ago?
25 years ago -- 1983 if I remember correctly.What's interesting is that Sci-Fi cut out all the people being vaporized. I get that even by today the infinitely higher-tech special effects standards of today, it's kind of a horrifying series of images.But for God's sake -- this is the network that shows dinosaurs ripping people's faces off and "Mansquito" cutting people in half.
I remember looking forward to watching this movie. Seriously, nothing beats a good disaster movie. I watched this on scifi not too long ago, and was amazed at all the people I recognized in this. Ah.. memories. (aka, God, I'm old.)
They're probably saving "Santa Claws" and "Silent Night, Deadly Night" for a Christmas Day double feature.
Well, might as well play with this too: Google Ground Zero.
I'll be watching "Santa Claus Conquers the Martians", myself. (of COURSE the MST3K version)
Surely there's a Law & Order marathon somewhere.
The Day After may be the most depressing film of all time.Appropriate, IMO.
I saw that movie when I was 14. I lived near Lawrence, KS and some of my friends were extras. It creeps me out!
"This is Lawrence, Kansas. Is anybody out there? Anybody at all?" //c
Seems appropriate. Today, my employer essentially said, "Merry Christmas. We're going to have layoffs next year." He wouldn't even say "layoffs." The dick.
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