While you were sleeping back in 2018, Jon Turteltaub thought he had a national treasure on his hands that would cause people to stay home from the beach... he had, The Meg. Join the crew and special guests, Katherine (Squid) Czerwinski and Ren Michele as they ask the question; Was the instinct of critics wrong and this film was truly a phenomenon? Or does it actually belong on... The Bottom Shelf..."
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In 1988, John De Bello brought Anthony Starke and George Clooney into his vision of humanoid tomatoes. But is the Return of the Killer Tomatoes better than what people say? Or does it truly belong on the Bottom Shelf?
In 1978 the world faced with a great danger. Villainous grouping of the mature ovary of a flowering plant that is edible decided to turn the food chain on it’s head… Tomatoes were out for blood. At least that’s what John De Bello wanted us to think in his film, Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. Is this low budget film better than what people say? Or does it truly belong on The Bottom Shelf?