A video store clerk stumbles onto an alien plot to take over earth by brainwashing people with a bad '50s science fiction movie. He and his friends race to stop the aliens before the tapes ... See full summary »
A bizarre series of murders begins in Los Angeles, where people start going bald and then become homicidal maniacs. But could the blame rest on a particularly dangerous form of LSD called Blue Sunshine the murderers took ten years before?
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Meg Alexander and her groom to be Derrick Logan prepare for their wedding day, but as their big day gets closer, paranormal activities soon start when Meg brings her dead mother's wedding dress into their home.
Marcus J. Mosley
As soon as they announced John Waters was presenting a weekly mystery, I had it marked on the calendar. There is only one thing wrong with it
it should be an hour long rather than half an hour. With the dearth
of good original programming to choose from, it shines bright on this household's weekly schedule. John's cynical introductions and commentary are appropriately ghoulish and his little voice over's during the show remind one of a sort of disembodied death angel commenting on the proceedings. Fun stuff! The material is fun, and so far the characters have been equally dis-likable so one doesn't feel sorry when one of them gets whacked and the other one gets punished...in fact we look forward to it. I hope John will appear in some of the episodes, like Boris Karloff used to do on his show, Boris Karloff Presents Thriller. Destined to be a classic, this show is totally entertaining and one of the few things I really look forward to each week. 10 out of 10!
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