I've spent a lot of time over the years rooting around on the internet trying to find new and interesting movies and TV shows to present to you here. With the help of Lord Litter in Germany, and The Internet Archive, I'm running out of hard drive space. A lot of the shows we've found are really bad VHS copies, and some I'm just not really interested in, so I'm deleting them to free up some space, but just for the Heck of it, I've saved the title cards, so for your entertainment, here's Tonight's bit of Wednesday Weirdness!
To start off with, "Alien Lover" was an episode of a 1975 TV show called "The Wide World Of Mystery."
"Alien Nation" was a TV show that was on for one season in 1989-90.
"Alien Private Eye" was a movie that came out in 1989!
Even though the 2007 film "Balls Of Fury" had Christopher Walken and Terry Crews in it, I've got better things to do!
I'm kind of glad this psychopath film "Bits & Pieces" from 1985 is a horrible copy!
"Encounter With The Unknown" was a trilogy from 1972 narrated by Rod Serling. This copy was almost unwatchable, and if I really want to watch it, I'll just watch it on Amazon.
I'd actually like to see this 1964 film titled "For Those Who Think Young" starring James Darren and Pamela Tiffen. It even has Bob Denver performing a song called "Ho Daddy," but this was also a terrible copy! Sometimes that's what you get for free! This one can also be viewed on Amazon, so I might get around to that some day!
The 1996 movie "Generation X" was about a group of young mutants!
This copy was pretty mutated too, and basically not watchable!
"Land Of Doom" was a 1986 West German film about a post nuclear war society or the lack thereof!
This 1990 film called "Quick Change" starred Bill Murray. There is no way I could sit through this one, the quality was so bad!
This 1972 TV movie called "The People" had Kim Darby, Diane Varsi, and William Shatner in it, but this washed out VHS copy of a copy wasn't worth trying to view!
The 2003 film "The Singing Detective" featured Robert Downey Jr. and Mil Gibson. I'll probably never try and find a good copy!
And last on this list of thirteen is a 1980 title that reminds me of what happens to me when I try and watch horrible copies of crappy movies, "The Sleep Of Death" creeps in!
So that's it.
IF one of these is your favorite films, then let me know, and maybe I'll reconsider it!!