Get ready for a classic film with no Michael Kane, factually accurate salmon, and our continued commitment to not be able to remember the order of events in anything we watch.
We try something a little different this week with a TV pilot. Like a first episode of a show, not like Steven Weber from Wings.
How many witches could a witchtrap trap if a witchtrap could trap witches?
We are treated to an opening with a silver Jesus, SpongeBob, a kid with two revolvers, and several other street performers committing an armed robbery. If that isn't a good enough reason to keep watching, then all hope for society is lost.
What secrets could lie inside the an apartment complex built in a deserted wasteland, aside from why build such a thing in the first place? Only a demolition expert aided by a slightly gropey teenager and his dog can find out.
Well actually its The Loreley's Grasp as it turns out. Either way there's a guy in a sweet leisure suit who has radioactive knives.
Be careful what you wish for, or at least be sure to word it carefully.