In 1999, Sunrise put together a multimedia event meant to celebrate 20 years of the franchise, Mobile Suit Gundam. Part of this celebrations a live action movie called, “G-Saviour.” Was this live action Space epic the saviour to live action adaptations? Or does it truly belong on The Bottom Shelf? Join the team as they find out.
In honor of Mechmas, our sister podcast, The Bottom Shelf, is dedicating this month to reviewing two terrible Giant Robot Movies... Robot Jox and G-Saviour. This is a crossover event for The Bottom Shelf and The Gundam Watch! In 1989 Stuart Gordon had a dream of giant robots fighting amid a cold war era. Critically it failed… but is it better than what the critics say? Or does it truly belong on, The Bottom Shelf?
In 1994 Jean-Claude Van Damme stepped on to a set that some say he was missing in action more than the last action hero they needed. But there was no retreat and no surrender when it came to completing Raul Julia’s final film, Street Fighter. Is the film better than what the critics say? Or does it truly belong on… The Bottom Shelf?
How bad is Bill Murray's "The Dead Don't Die?" Is it better than what movie critics think? Or does it truly belong on... The Bottom Shelf?
In 1988, the Chiodo Brothers brought their creative talent together to create intergalactic critters that made audiance forget about their good burgers and become running screamers with the horrifying film known as… Killer Klowns From Outer Space. At least that was the plan. Unfortunately the film ended up becoming a critical failure. Join the team of The Bottom Shelf and special guest Dave of Geek This Podcast as they ask the question… Is Killer Klowns from Outer Space better than they say? Or does it truly belong on the bottom shelf?