In 1989, Eric Roberts and Phillip Rhee took to the silver screen to inspire a generation with a martial arts film. The critics say that it was a failure, but there is a generation that says that it truly was, The Best of the Best? Is it better than what the critics say? Or does it honestly belong on, The Bottom Shelf?
Is Billy Zane's 1996 version of The Phantom a movie worth watching? 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?
In August the crew went to Geek'd Con in Shreveport, LA. While on the con floor they walked around asking folks one simple question... What's one bad movie that you secretly love... Let's see what con goers had to say!
In 1989 Dolph Lundgren took on the role as Frank Castle...the Punisher. Critics say it was a rocky start, but could it be that this version of Frank is a Universal Soldier? Join us as our crew attempts to find out if this film is a blackjack when it comes to movies, or if it truly belongs on... The Bottom Shelf.