Released in English in 1988 by Mayfair communications this stop motion animation movie originally came out in 1976 released by DEFA in East Germany. Also they made the Beast an elephant…
The Littlest Light on the Christmas Tree is an abomination. It’s also a story about people ready to change their lives because a light bulb decided to work.
It’s the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle’s Holiday special! They forgot Splinter existed because he means nothing to them as he’s just an old nonathletic rat. It’s pretty silly.
Dingo Pictures totally never made Puss in Boots, they made a completely different tale about a cat in boots who threatens people so his master can steal a castle.
Alison Brie gets pregnant with Kane Hodder’s demon baby so she goes insane! Luckily her older sister, Denise Crosby, is around to help out and drown her a little. Happy Halloween!
It’s Brad Pitt’s best film and one of his earlier ones, Cutting Class! Get ready for the big twist of no twist and watch several movies collide into each other!
Happy Death Day’s sequel visits an alternate dimension as well as a time loop. It’s an enjoyable film but one with quite a few issues.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles help out the Bureau of Land Management to get kids into protection of land and artifacts! This lost TMNT adventure combines the cartoon, movie and concerts for an odd story about Splinter’s ghost? Also it’s the 300th episode!
Turns out if you have Groundhog Day meet a slasher and keep the character growth and humor you’ll get a pretty good time loop story!
Talking about some of the modifications made to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie made in some regions. Including a weird version from Japan which renamed it Hero Turtles and took out all Japanese references.