In 1994, Steve Wang brought forth the sequel to the Americanized Tokusatsu, Guyver: Dark Hero, to life in a direct-to-video format. While it was more critically successful than “The Guyver” (1991), critics still didn’t care for it. Join the crew of the Bottom Shelf as they strive to discover the truth behind this film. Is … Continue reading How Bad is Guyver Dark Hero?
In 1992 the world was introduced to Rocky, Colt, and TumTum. The 3 Ninja heroes that captured the hearts of a generation. However, according to critics, it’s a terrible movie. But is it? Francisco Ruiz and Paul J. Powers of Retro Rewind Podcast join the crew to find out if “3 Ninjas” truly belongs on… The Bottom Shelf.
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?
In 1993, Ernie Reyes Sr. and Jr. waxed up their surf boards and exposed the world the a hidden secret… Ninjas… can… surf… well sort of. This Neal Israel family comedy was considered a box office flop, but does this more rad than what the critics say? Or will it wipe out as a total Barney 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?