SciFridays: “Yellow Brick Road” (2010)

Baddie – TERRIBLE ending. Lesson – It’s not how you start, but how you end. I cannot stress this enough. Yellow Brick Road is a rather unassuming film that popped up on Netflix a while ago, and I finally go around to it. It’s billed as an exploration into the collective disappearance of an entire…

SciFridays: “Shark Week” (2012)

Baddie – Production. Lesson – Spending some time planning your movie is probably a good decision. Okay, so I’m on a shark kick. I like sharks. And look at the shark on this cover. It’s insane. It has like, a detachable jaw. And it’s called ‘Shark Week’ because they don’t give a damn if it’s…

SciFridays: “Primal” (2010)

Baddie – A wendigo! A tunnel! A rabbit! A leech! The water! The tunnel again! Lesson – Seriously, the Outback will MESS you UP. ***CAUTION*** This post contains some graphic images (because they were too awesome not to share) but it’s probably the goriest post I’ve done. Oh hey! An Australian movie! Readers, you may…

SciFridays: “Bay of Blood”

Baddie – Pretty much everyone. Lesson – Estates are not just to be thrown around like candy. They’re serious business. I broke tradition a little bit this week. SciFridays celebrates terrible, low-budget B-movies that usually have little to no merit other than entertainment value. Well, “Bay of Blood” is a little more complicated than that.…

SciFridays: “Alligator X”

Baddie – It’s a magical pleiosaurus, Charlieeeee. Lesson – Don’t dick with science. You might end up with an irrelevant movie. This week on SciFridays, I sat down to the labor intensive task of drinking tea, knitting, taking notes and watching “Alligator X” or, as IMDB says, “Predator X”. The latter is more fitting as they…

SciFridays: “Creature”

Baddie – Incest. Lesson – It’s totally still okay to poke fun at rednecks. “Creature” is a 2011 film that is loosely based around the Native American ‘Wendigo’ myth (man becomes cannibalistic, becomes monster) but set in the Bayou with rednecks, which is marginally less offensive then it could have been.