ARE YOU IN THE HOUSE ALONE? A TV MOVIE COMPENDIUM 1964-1999 (REVIEW)

ARE YOU IN THE HOUSE ALONE? A TV MOVIE COMPENDIUM 1964-1999 (REVIEW)

I’ve always dismissed the TV movie as pop culture filler. Sure, there are  classics like THE NIGHT STALKER and DUEL, but those are the exceptions, not the rule. And beyond the allure of B-level stars slumming it on the small screen, TV movies were a product that had a place in their time, but now existed principally as a curio. They weren’t worth wasting 90 minutes on, right? ARE YOU IN THE HOUSE ALONE? proved me wrong. Lovingly curated by TV movie obsessive Amanda Reyes, the book is a wall to wall…

#1 Cheerleader Camp – Beneath the Bottom of the Barrel

#1 Cheerleader Camp – Beneath the Bottom of the Barrel

Let’s talk about the “Late Night Comedy.” This term encompasses the type of film you would find on during the darkest hours of late night television. Movies created for the sole reason of being watched behind closed curtains after your kids, wife, neighbors, and dog have gone to sleep. A good film of this type has its merits. Although on the cruder side, they normally try to push the boundaries of comedy, but mostly end up pushing the boundaries of good taste. The odd one will even sneak in some…