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3 items from 2011

Mega Python vs. Gatoroid (2011)

9 August 2011 8:46 PM, PDT | Planet Fury | See recent Planet Fury news »

Directed by: Mary Lambert

Written by: Naomi L. Selfman

Cast: Tiffany, Debbie Gibson, A. Martinez, Kathryn Joosten

Okay, let's get one thing clear. Mega Python vs. Gatoroid is a bad movie. The film contains glaring continuity errors, the acting gets pretty wooden at times, the script is just as lazy as you'd expect and the CGI is pretty bad (though not as bad as Lake Placid 3). In short, it's everything you'd expect from The Asylum, but that's not to say the film isn't a lot of fun. While it doesn't reach the inspired heights of unintentional lunacy in Mega Piranha, director Mary Lambert keeps things moving with very little drag time and refuses to take things too seriously.

The movie opens with Dr. Nikki Riley (Debbie Gibson), an environment activist, breaking into a building to steal a bunch of exotic pythons. With her are Gia and Ben, who are »

- Chris McMillan

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Review: ‘Probe’ TV Pilot

9 June 2011 8:46 AM, PDT | | See recent Comicmix news »

In the fall of 1972, I was 14 and consuming as much science fiction and heroic fantasy as I could mainline. As a result, I was the prime candidate to fall in love with a television series that had great concepts, an appealing cast and plenty of action. None were more disappointed when the series, Search, faded after a single season. Thanks to the Wayback Machine that is Warner Archive, the pilot film, Probe, is currently available with hints that the series itself may follow.

Billed as “science fiction in today’s world”, NBC offered up a series that may be a little creaky upon watching today but the series offered some forward looking thinking that was all too rare during the 1970s. It all began with a two-hour telefilm that served as a pilot from Outer Limits creator Leslie Stevens. Producing the show was Star Trek veteran Robert Justman which may »

- Robert Greenberger

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Saturday SyFy SmackDown: Snakebites vs Gator Eggs

29 January 2011 9:04 PM, PST | | See recent news »

Up front reality check about this observational post. It's full of “random thought” moments. Sometimes they may not make sense, other times maybe they will make you smile. My hope is to achieve a similar intent that the Mega Python vs Gatoroid crew had when filming.

This movie has just about anything you want from a B-movie classic. Great, former mega-stars, a ridiculous premise, a band of marauders meant to save the day - each lacking the ability to shoot a can two feet in front of them - and kick-ass one liners: “Somebody had bitch for breakfast!.”

Right off the bat, they broke the number one rule of horror. They killed the dog. Poor Bubba. Never, ever break that rule! Rip Bubba baby. I have a thing about animals being killed. They can kill all the po' white trash and rednecks they want, but leave the precious animals alone! »

- Carissa Pavlica

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