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?
Is Pryde of the X-Men worth watching? Is this failed cartoon a missed opportunity? Or does it belong on the bottom shelf?
Newsman Alexander Loof breaks in on your podcast feed to bring some correction to statements made in our previous episode of The Bottom Shelf, Dark Star - Our Final Rating.
Dark Star… So much conversation around this film, but what was our final rating? Well today we are finally going to reveal our rating… the answer… well let’s just say that none of you expected this…
n 1983, Columbia Pictures sought to bring a large scale epic to the silver screen that would rival Star Wars… They gave us Krull. While Krull is a critical fail, the question must be asked… is it actually a decent film? Or does this cult classic belong on the bottom shelf?