Last year, the crew of The Bottom Shelf took on the horrifying task of reviewing 1993’s Leprechaun… Today they must take the next step and review it’s sequel…. Leprechaun 2! Do they give this horror comedy the green light? Or does it bleed red as it lands on The Bottom Shelf?
In 2014 Elijah Wood left the shire and went to work at a local School… but discovered the dangers of cooties… This was generally reconized as a bad idea, especially by film critics. But is it better than what critics say? Or does it belong on The Bottom Shelf?
In 2002, Milla Jovovich played a character that was looking for a “MULTIPASS” out of a very scary situation. Some suggest she should have found a multipass out of Resident Evil all together. But is it better than the critics say or does it truly belong on “The Bottom Shelf?”
In 1999, Sunrise put together a multimedia event meant to celebrate 20 years of the franchise, Mobile Suit Gundam. Part of this celebrations a live action movie called, “G-Saviour.” Was this live action Space epic the saviour to live action adaptations? Or does it truly belong on The Bottom Shelf? Join the team as they find out.
In 1994 Jean-Claude Van Damme stepped on to a set that some say he was missing in action more than the last action hero they needed. But there was no retreat and no surrender when it came to completing Raul Julia’s final film, Street Fighter. Is the film better than what the critics say? Or does it truly belong on… The Bottom Shelf?
This is a very somber bonus episode featuring a cross post of the podcast Comm Talk by Geek Devotions. Join us as Dallas discusses the loss of actor Jason David Frank as well as the topics of depression and suicide.
In 1993, Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo took up the mantle of Mario Mario and Luigi Mario. Critically this movie failed. Some would say it’s an insult to childhood joy. Join the crew of The Bottom Shelf are joined by special guest Jonathan Gilbert to ask, “Is Super Mario Bros better than what the critics say? Or does it truly belong on… The Bottom Shelf”
In 2019 Jim Jarmusch put out a music video to Sturgill Simpson’s “The Dead Don’t Die.” Wait… that’s not right… OH no he put out a movie called The Dead Don’t Die and critics were dying for it to end. Join the crew of The Bottom Shelf as they ask the question, “Is the Dead Don’t Die better than critics say? Or does it truly belong, on the bottom shelf?”
In 1988, the Chiodo Brothers brought their creative talent together to create intergalactic critters that made audiance forget about their good burgers and become running screamers with the horrifying film known as… Killer Klowns From Outer Space. At least that was the plan. Unfortunately the film ended up becoming a critical failure. Join the team of The Bottom Shelf and special guest Dave of Geek This Podcast as they ask the question… Is Killer Klowns from Outer Space better than they say? Or does it truly belong on the bottom shelf?