While Troy is off in the frozen wastes, we take a look at a movie that is based on a Lovecraft story, because that always works out well.
We finish up the Human Centipede trilogy thanks to Hotlanta. Don't worry, his streak of picking movies we don't want to watch remains untarnished.
While not a horror movie, it does feature Cyborg Kaori as Beatboxing maidservant, so it all evens out.
Fun fact: The working title for this movie was "120ish Minutes of People Getting Their Fingernails Ripped Off and Some Kind of Science Stuff Around the Edges" but it was too long to fit on the marquee.
It's time for one of our favorite things, watching a sequel to a movie even though we never watched the first one. Although in fairness, this movie has nothing to do with the first one anyway.
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.
Grab a rat beer and harness your salamander based electrical as we try to solve the mystery of why this needed to be almost two hours long.
No Troy this time and the movie up is directed by Uwe Boll. There is definite correlation and very possible causation for when Troy will be "out of town".
We celebrate Father's Day in the only way that seemed right, coincidentally watching a made for TV movie from Japan in 1967 that features the word Son in the title.