Legend has it that at the end of every rainbow that there is a Leprechaun with a pot of gold. In 1993, director Mark Jones thought that pot of Gold would be an actual movie about an evil and sarcastic Leprechaun… The box office and critics immediately said no… but is it as a bad as they say? Is the “Luck of the Irish” with this film as our crew reviews it? Or does it truly belong, on the Bottom Shelf?
ilver screen. Some, felt this film about men floating in space for 20 years, felt like the film took 20 years to watch… But was it really that bad? Join the crew and our return guest, Katherine “Squid” Czerwinski, as they ask the question, “Is this film better than they say or does it truly belong… on The Bottom Shelf…”
The book “Redeeming Love” has been a favorite among Christian women for as long as I can remember. At the age of fifteen, I was shaken by the love and grace of God expressed in this book. It helped take the story of Hosea, and while it did fictionalize and hype up the romantic aspect of that story, it does so in a manner that, as a young woman, I was able to go, “Wow, that’s how God loves me.” Today we will be talking about Redeeming Love, the movie, and what I, a fan of the book, thought about its screen adaptation
really wanted… that hero was The Velocipastor… This terrible film hits all the “bad movie” tropes; but is it really that bad? Join our crew and special guest, Katherine “Squid” Czerwinski, as they ask the question… Are there enough redeeming qualities of the film; or does it belong, on The Bottom Shelf?
In 2018 Sony Pictures attempted to bond with movie goers with the SpiderMan-less Venom…. It was a critical failure. Today, special guest Branson Boykin joins us as we ask the question; is Venom actually a pretty good movie? Or does it belong… On The Bottom Shelf