Ed The Sock invites friends over to view really bad movies, and then make fun of them.
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This Movie Sucks. was a hosted horror movie show produced and broadcast by CHCH-TV Hamilton, Canada. Ed The Sock would invite his friends over. The would screen mostly science fiction and horror really bad movies, and make fun of them. They also got up to a lot of antics. Written by Paul Gerard Kennedy

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The audience quickly created the "I'm Ron Sparks!" drinking game. The rules simply state that anyone participating must drink whenever Ron Sparks does on screen, and whenever Ron Sparks says "I'm Ron Sparks" they have to take three drinks. Five drinks are mandatory whenever anyone other than Ron Sparks says "I'm Ron Sparks". The drinking game was discussed by Ed and Ron several times in season two, with Ron telling the audience he only drinks ginger ale. The game is popular at Brock University, where it was also created. See more »

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Doesn't Compare To MST3K, But Not Bad!
22 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

This show is very funny sometimes but it doesn't have the same look or feel or level of entertainment value as Mystery Science Theater did back when it was on.

They clearly don't have even as much of a small budget as MST3K did but the best episodes they did were special ones like when they had the telethon to raise money because their bosses were such cheap bastards. That's one place this show was great because they could do and say things that they couldn't on MST3K because Canadian TV has looser rules and regulations about that stuff.

The host Ed the Sock is someone you either love or hate and I always loved him. The big downfall in this show is it just had a really cheap look and sometimes just looked boring. Ron Sparks is maybe the best sidekick ever and my biggest laughs were from his comments during the movie. I always liked the movie part better than the part where they just talked about the movie because that stuff got boring, the good stuff about these shows is when you watch a really bad movie and just trash it.


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