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Saturday, October 31, 2009



My long, stressful work week is done.
My long, stressful night of trick-or-treating is done.
My long, stressful week of 20 hour days and 4 hours of sleep is done.
My long, stressful Woodian Year is also done.

Now I rest.
And what a rest it will be.

Thursday, October 29, 2009

My New Banner ...





I think I'm on a bad movie poster kick with my banners. They look good and they fit the whole vibe I've got going here.

In Need Of Praise ...



The problem is praise. I seek praise in every aspect of my life, most notably in my work. I do an amazing job and I bust my butt and then I wait for kudos that don't come and so I get deeply upset. My wife has remarked about this a few times recently as well. I do something amazing just so that I can get thanks and praise.


So now I'm trying to just be ok with doing awesome things just for the sake of being awesome. I don't need credit and praise. If work continues to NOT give it to me, then why continue expecting it?


It IS quite sad to think that I have to constantly remind myself STOP SEEKING PRAISE.

Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Storytime Madness Spreads ...

Me this afternoon for pajama storytime. Just because I'm in pajamas doesn't mean I can't look sharp ...



Me doing storytime for Mission Avenue Open School. I like that picture. Cool ...



Me getting tackled by kids at the end of my storytime set. This was earlier this month when I was the opening act for Peter Yarrow ...



Good stuff ...

Monday, October 26, 2009

You Know You've Made It ...



... you know you've made it when Cracked magazine gives your web site a shout out!


My web site, The Church of Ed Wood, has gotten close to 2,000 hits. And that's today alone.


I'm big. I'm worldwide big. I'm invisible internet big.


It's a strange life I live. I mean, look at me. I'm broke. My teeth are killing me, my youngest yells and screams at me and my oldest may or may not like me, I'm worried that I'm on shaky ground at work, my boss may or may not like me AND I'm having some serious trouble with my meds and as such I'm short tempered and angry and paranoid and desperately trying not to hurt myself.


But I guess it's nice to know that at least I'm invisibly famous.


That's something. Right?

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Steve's Church-Less Movie Of The Week, Part 2 ...



Yoinked from the wiki ...


"King Kong Escapes, released in Japan as King Kong's Counterattack (キングコングの逆襲, Kingu Kongu no Gyakushū?), is a Japanese/American tokusatsu film. A co-production from Toho and Rankin/Bass, it was released in Japan in 1967, and in the United States by Universal Studios the following year. As with King Kong vs. Godzilla, Eiji Tsuburaya served as director of special effects.




An evil genius named Dr. Who has created a robotic version of King Kong named Mechani-Kong in order to dig for a highly radioactive element called "Element X", but the power of it shuts the robot down. Meanwhile, the crew of a submarine investigate the legend of King Kong on Mondo Island and Susan Wattson is attacked by Gorosaurus. However Kong comes to her rescue and kills it by breaking their jaws, before also saving the crew from a giant sea snake. Later, Dr. Who kidnaps the real Kong along with the submarine crew and hypnotize him to dig for Element X. He soon snaps out of it, escapes and swims off to Tokyo. The submarine crew also escape and Kong picks up Wattson, who he carries to the top of the Tokyo Tower where he fights Mechani-Kong. He wins and destroys the robot before killing Dr. Who and swimming back to Mondo Island. This was the first film to feature Gorosaurus, who would reappear in Destroy All Monsters.




The film opened in the United States in June 1968 on a double-bill with the Don Knotts comedy, The Shakiest Gun in the West Contemporary American reviews were mixed. New York Times film critic, Vincent Canby gave it a particularly insulting review, calling Toho's Kong an 'Uncle Tom,' and commenting, 'The Japanese... are all thumbs when it comes to making monster movies like 'King Kong Escapes.' The Toho moviemakers are quite good in building miniature sets, but much of the process photography—matching the miniatures with the full-scale shots—is just bad... the plotting is hopelessly primitive...'


Akira Ifukube would reuse and rewrite Mechani-Kong's theme for his score to Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II. In an unrelated note, cult leader and bad movie connoisseur Steve Galindo has been waiting to see this stupid ass movie since sixth fucking grade. Seriously, man! That long!"


Steve's Snacks of The Week:


Coffee

Pills

Bugles

Cheap, Delicious Ice Cream

Homemade Chicken Nuggets

Isabela's Screaming





I couldn't find this movie online. Had to order it cheap from Tower.com, so sorry. This one isn't a freebie.


Instead, though, go here to see last week's wwe-themed South Park episode in its entirety for free!


I know. It's no Mecha-Kong. But it's something.


And here are the sunday movies we have seen so far ...


December 7th: Godzilla VS Mecha-Godzilla
December 14th: Godzilla VS Mothra (free to watch)
December 21st: Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (free to watch)
December 28th: Lord of the Rings (Rifftrack edition)
January 4th: Godzilla VS The Sea Monster
January 11th: Series 7 (free to watch)
January 18th: House of Wax
January 25th: Police Story 3
February 1st: Left Behind the Movie (free to watch)
February 15th: Godzilla VS Megalon
February 22nd: Jesus Christ Superstar (free to watch)
March 1st (part 1): Duck Soup
March 1st (part 2): Godzilla Final Wars
March 8th (part 1): Godzilla VS The Smog Monster
March 8th (part 2): The Three Caballeros
March 15th: Sonny Chiba's "The Street Fighter" (free to watch)
March 29th (part 1): I Bury The Living (free to watch)
March 29th (part 2): Drive-In Massacre (free to watch)
April 15th: Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (free to watch)
April 25th (part 1): Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla
April 25th (part 2): Godzilla Tokyo S.O.S. (free to watch)
May 3rd (part 1): Sex Madness (free to watch)
May 3rd (part 2): Frankenstein Conquers the World
May 10th (part 1): Muppet Treasure Island
May 10th (part 2): La Bamba (free to watch)
May 17th: Mothra (free to watch)
May 31st: Mega-Shark VS Giant Octopus (free to watch)
June 7th: Tommy (free to watch)
June 14th (part 1): Roger Corman's Fantastic Four (free to watch)
June 14th (part 2): Rodan (free to watch)
June 24th: MST3K's Godzilla VS Megalon (free to watch)
June 28th: Last Man On Earth (free to watch)
July 5th (part 1): Over The Top
July 5th (part 2): Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (free to watch)
July 12th (part 1): Air Guitar Nation
July 12th (part 2): Cockfight/We Are The Children (free to watch)
July 19th (part 1): Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saves the World) (free to watch)
July 19th (part 2): Turist Ömer (free to watch)
August 2nd: The Marx Bros' At the Circus (free to watch)
August 9th (part 1): MST3K's Marooned (free to watch)
August 9th (part 2): First Spaceship On Venus (free to watch)
August 16th (part 1): The Atomic Cafe (free to watch)
August 16th (part 2): MST3K's Night of the Blood Beast (free to watch)
August 30th: God Told Me To Kill (free to watch)
September 3rd: Rebirth Of Mothra (free to watch)
September 6th: Cinema Insomnia's The Wasp Woman (free to watch)
September 13th (part 1): A Bucket Of Blood (free to watch)
September 13th (part 2): Cinema Insomnia's Prince Of Space (free to watch)
september 21st: Theater of Blood (free to watch)
September 27th (part 1): The Brain That Wouldn't Die (free to watch)
September 27th (part 2):MST3K's Amazing Colosal Man (free to watch)
October 11th: Horror of Spider Island (free to watch)
October 18th (part 1): I Woke Up Early The Day I Died
October 18th (part 2): Earth VS The Flying Saucers (free to watch)
October 25th (part 1): Frogs (free to watch)

Intermission ...



Intermission time has been cancelled today on account of me having to fold laundry, clean up the kitchen, clean the house, wash clothes, do dishes AND take care of a screaming Isabela who stayed home from church today.

How can a man with a wife and two kids still feel so desperately alone?

Steve's Church-Less Movie Of The Week, Part 1 ...



Yoinked from the wiki and somethingawful.com ...


"Frogs is a 1972 horror film directed by George McCowan. The film falls into the 'eco-horror' category since it tells the story of an upper-class U.S. Southern family who are victimized by several different animal species, including snakes, birds, and lizards, as well as the occasional butterfly. Nature, the movie suggests, may be justified in exacting revenge on this family because of its patriarch's abuse of the local ecology.


The movie stars Ray Milland, Sam Elliott, Joan Van Ark, and Adam Roarke. Elliott has two 'beefcake' scenes in which he removes his shirt and these scenes reportedly helped earn him the title role in the 1976 movie, Lifeguard. The film was shot in Walton County, Florida, on the Emerald Coast in and around the Wesley House, an old southern mansion located in Eden Gardens State Park in the town of Point Washington, situated on Tucker Bayou off Choctawhatchee Bay.




The film was given a PG rating by the MPAA. In order to keep the rating, the film's end-credits were edited to prevent the movie from receiving an R rating. The basic premise of this movie is simple: people polluted too much, now nature is pissed. Nature, in this case, is represented by a cast of nearly six hundred frogs and toads, as well as a menagerie of snakes, lizards, crocodiles, birds, and tarantulas. But really it's all about the frogs. The problem is, even in large numbers, frogs simply don't have the kind of natural defense mechanisms to thwart the human race. I mean, even if you were to walk into a room and find the floor absolutely teeming with frogs, your reaction would probably be one of curiosity and amusement rather than fright. You're not in any real danger. They have no claws, no teeth to speak of, and they would have to leap on you in the thousands to possibly amass enough collective weight to bring you down and smother you. Frogs just don't have the menace to carry the movie. But nonetheless, 'Frogs' exists."




Steve's Snacks Of The Week:


Coffee

Pills

Bugles

Bananas

Internet Porn


Double feature coming your way in a few hours, just after I finish watching this and getting an awesome intermission set up. So stay tuned ...




... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Week in its entirety absolutely FREE! But first lets go over a few ground rules. Absolutely no talking is allowed in this or any Galindo Theaters locations. Any and all talkers will be kicked in the junk. No cell phones or African-American berries going off in the theater. And NO TEXTING.


And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).


Enjoy the show, y'all!



CLICK THE PICTURE ABOVE TO WATCH THE 1972 FILM "FROGS"

Saturday, October 24, 2009

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Various Random Whatnots ...

-This is a drawing I did of Emerald while she was doing her homework. She cut it into a heart and put it right next to her desk so that she could look at it while she does her schoolwork. She loves it. But she doesn't like the big nose I accidentally gave her.




-I stayed up late a few nights ago because my wife and I were watching This TV, "a free 24-hour, seven-day-week-movie channel on the station's digital Channel 58.2." It's non-stop shitty movies. It's a 24 hour crapfest. It's essentially Hillbilly HBO. Public Domain Cinemax. The Samuel Z. Arkoff channel. And last night we got to watching a HORRIBLE movie, my third bad movie that day. FROGS starring Joan Van Ark and a young, mustache-less Sam Elliott. It was HORRIBLE! I found it free on-line. My wife says I should show it for a church-less MOTW. But I might blow my wad early and show it sooner because it's just THAT bad!




-We are SO extremely broke. I'm working my butt off but that doesn't change the amount of money I make, you know? It doesn't matter if I slack off or if I work my ass off which is what I do because either way I make the same amount of money. That's lame. My wife is trying to go back to "working" but it's hard when she's helping Emerald with her schooling, you know? And I think I still may have some lingering problems with her "job" but we NEED the money.


-My daughter is sick. My youngest, Isabela. Her tonsils are swollen up like crazy and she has an on and off again fever. Every time I leave for work she wakes up and cries and BEGS ME to stay home with her. It's heartbreaking. I want so much to blow off work and hold her. But I have no sick time or personal time left and we NEED the cash.


-Here's a drawing I did last saturday for storytime ...




... we read Bunnicula stories and, since Bunnicula couldn't make it, Vampire Peter rabbit showed up. It was cool and original and crazy and fun. I don't think anybody at work noticed. I try to give these audiences my best and I always hope that the higher ups notice but I don't think they ever really give me too much credit. But the kids there went home happy. And I guess that's what counts. Right?




-Here's to hoping that my old friend and fellow Woodite "Bunny" gets better. I'm thinking about you. Me and my wife are praying to angora for your health. Procedure, surgery, whatever it's called, let's hope to Wood that your Woodite ass gets better soon.


-And here's some interviews with my two awesome daughters ...




-I live in a trailer park. A redneck fucking trailer park. And the woman across the street from us is in her forties and was once arrested for rape. Have I ever mentioned this? I don't think I ever have. I'm quite ashamed.


THINGS MY DAUGHTERS ARE INTO:

-The Muppets
-Animaniacs
-Heroes
-Classic Pokemon
-Godzilla Movies
-The Beatles




-I'm worried I have that Michael J. Fox disease. I shake so much. Sometimes I can't stop. And when I'm at work I get so shaky that its almost as if I'm dancing. Maybe this is all the pills I'm on. Or maybe I'm just being paranoid and a hypochondriac. But I'm worried. Really worried.


-Here's some free music for your punk ass ...


Cage The Elephant: Ain't No Rest For The Wicked

Cage the Elephant: Tiny Little Robots

The Avett Brothers: I and Love and You

Brand New: The Quiet Things That No One Ever Knows

Edwood: Summer Climax


That's that. Wind Clan out.

Sunday, October 18, 2009

Steve's Church-Less Movie Of The Week, Part 2 ...



Yoinked from wiki ...


"Earth vs. the Flying Saucers is an American black and white science fiction film, directed by Fred F. Sears and was released in 1956. The film is also known as Invasion of the Flying Saucers. It was ostensibly suggested by the non-fiction work Flying Saucers from Outer Space by Donald Keyhoe. The flying saucer effects were created by special effects genius Ray Harryhausen.


The film is set in 1956, a year before the first satellite, Sputnik I, orbited the earth. 'Project Skyhook,' a U.S. effort to launch a dozen satellites, is visited by a flying saucer. A misunderstanding leads to the aliens being fired on, and they retaliate by destroying the project site, killing everyone except the two principal scientists, Dr. and Mrs. Marvin (a married couple). The sequence of events quickly spirals out of control and leads to a full scale invasion. Flying saucers attack Washington, D.C., Paris, London and Moscow.




Ray Harryhausen animated the saucers in this movie. That may be considered easier than animating dolls for the usual monsters, but he also animated the falling stones when saucers crashed into buildings so the action would appear realistic. Some figure animation was used to show the aliens emerging from the saucers. A considerable amount of stock footage was also used notably scenes during the invasion which showed batteries of U.S. 90 mm M3 guns and an early rocket launch, presumably standing in for the recently introduced Nike Ajax missile. Stock footage of the explosion of HMS Barham in WWII was used for a USN destroyer attacked by a saucer.


The voice of the aliens was produced from a recording of Paul Frees reading the lines by jiggling the speed control of an analog reel-to-reel tape recorder so that it continually wavered from a slow bass voice to one high and fast.


The film by Edward D. Wood, Jr., Plan 9 from Outer Space released in 1959, was finished in 1957 after the release of Earth vs. the Flying Saucers and shares many similarities, including the extensive use of military stock footage to depict clashes between the military and the saucers. The comparison of production values is striking. Tim Burton's Mars Attacks! (1996) consciously spoofs several aspects of this film, especially in the design of its flying saucers, as well as aspects of other films of the 1950s invaders from space genre."




Steve's Snacks Of The Week:


Coffee

Pills

Gummy Bears

Teddy's Root Beer

Internet Porn

Hideous Cat Poop Smell





... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Week in its entirety absolutely FREE! But first lets go over a few ground rules. No talking is allowed in this or any Galindo Theaters locations. Any and all talkers will be raped. No cell phones or African-American berries going off in the theater. And NO TEXTING.


And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).


Oh, and remember ...




Enjoy the show, y'all! Wind clan out.



It's INTERMISSION Time ...









Play the original Pokemon Red!

My dream - the Las Vegas Pinball Hall of Fame Museum














Some Mitch Hedberg Comedy

Cage The Elephant: Soil To The Sun











The Forest Heaves: shepherd of Lost Shopping Carts

Play the old school NES game Double Dribble!

Steve's Church-Less Movie Of The Week, Part 1 ...

Two movies today, a very hard to find Ed Wood film and a classic piece of sci-fi trash. One isn't available for free, the other one is. Sorry. Now lets get started ...



Yoinked from wikipedia and then bred with ew.com ...


"I Woke Up Early The Day I Died is a 1998 camp comedy film written by Edward D. Wood, Jr.. The film, directed by Aris Iliopulos, stars Billy Zane, Ron Perlman, John Ritter and Christina Ricci, among others.


The movie, produced two decades after Edward D. Wood Jr.'s death, was aimed at being a tribute to him. Wood was awarded a posthumous Golden Turkey Award for being The Worst Director Of All Time, and has since gained a cult following. The producers of this film used many techniques that Wood himself would use, such as including stock footage to save filming expenses. The cast was made up of a huge list of actors, including several who were previously associated with Wood's films.


The movie played to rave reviews throughout Europe. However, the film played a few dates in New York City before the film company went bankrupt and the film disappeared into the ether. It is now owned on german videocassettes by only a few hardcore collectors.




The script has no dialogue (it was written as a silent film), and so this homage to Wood never truly finds a way to evoke his fractured hard-boiled syntax, his inimitable idiocy. Billy Zane, as a madman, escapes a sanitarium and falls into a series of cloddish adventures that are too cockamamie-surreal to be innocently bad. They're just... bad. As in BAD bad. Occasional bits of unmatched stock footage revive a favorite Wood device, but 'I Woke Up Early' makes you want to go back and see the real (awful) thing.


Note, this is only a partial listing of the many cast members in this movie: Billy Zane as The Thief, Sandra Bernhard as Sandy Sands, Leif Garrett as Cruiser Cop #4, Dana Gould as Carnival Barker, Tippi Hedren as Maylinda Austed, Eartha Kitt as Herself (her name appeared in a marquee in Plan 9 From Outer Space), Maila Nurmi (Vampira) as Woman in Hotel Lobby, Will Patton as Preacher, Ron Perlman as Cemetery Caretaker, Tara Reid as Prom Queen / Nightclub Bartender, Christina Ricci as Teenage Hooker, John Ritter as Robert Forrest, Jonathan Taylor Thomas as Boy at Beach, Steven Weber as Policeman in Alley and Kathy Wood as Woman at Carnival."




Steve's Snacks Of The Week:


Coffee

Pills

Gummy Bears

T.G.I.Friday's Potato Skins Snack Chips

Teddy's Root Beer

Internet Porn




Sorry this movie isn't for free. It took me years just to find it on a crappy video bootleg.


I'll make it up to you later today. I promise.


Before I leave you, here's a pretty cool video for the insanely wicked theme song for I Woke Up Early The Day I Died ...


Saturday, October 17, 2009

My Darling Isabela ...



My four year old daughter Isabela had her first sleepover at a house that wasn't her grandma's house next door. She spent the night at our friend Jen's house and, according to our check up phone call right before bed, she was on her absolute best behavior.

I should be really proud and happy. And I am. And yet inside I was praying for a phone call, saying she was crying and missed me and wants me to drive over there and pick her up.

Times like these makes me realize I have some serious heartache waiting for me in the next twenty years. I thought getting married meant that I was done with heartbreak. Turns out it means having your heart broken in new and interesting ways. These two daughters of mine are going to hurt me in so many painfully beautiful ways.

I love them so much. The last thing I ever want to do is let go of them. But every day I get older I feel my grip loosening and there's nothing I can do about it.



Today I work from 715 to 330. But the way I see it ... I work from 715 to 115 which will be my last break. Then from 130 to 2 I get ready for storytime. Then 2 to 3 is my awesome crazy cult of stories. Then 3 to 330 is schmoozing the kids and cleaning up. So really today is my 6 hour day, nothing I can't handle.

Then when I get off work I get to pick up my Bela!

Here's a happy ass song to get you thru the day ...

The Drums: Let's Go Surfing

Thursday, October 15, 2009

!!! ...

I got about TEN HOURS OF SLEEP last night! YAY!!! I mean, this is so rare, this is such an honor, I feel like I should give an acceptance speech or something, you know?



Plus I also had a strange ass, magnesium-induced dream where ...

A) I was living with my parents and my brother in a two story log cabin,
B) I had to get dressed in one of my work suits for a funeral in mexico and I pee'd myself,
C) I went with my family (my wife and kids) to go see a play that was the absolute best and funniest play EVER,
D) After the play we saw that Johnny Carson was taping The Tonight Show somewhere in the same theater (was this heaven?),
E) Even though my two kids were frightened, we snuck in to a taping of The Tonight Show and it was awesome,
F) Later, in a dark room, I tried (and almost succeeded) to fuck a very horny heavy set black woman.

These are the dreams I have while on the cheap ass bottle of magnesium pills I bought at Walmart. Chuck Klosterman wrote in Esquire that it was like he was having dreams on a black and white television set but when he started taking magnesium pills his dreams were in color on an HDTV.

Seriously, everyone should take magnesium before they go to bed. It's totally freaking amazing!

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Next Door Drama ...



So we live right next door to my wife's parents. Like Everybody Loves Raymond, I guess. I've never watched that crap. Anyway, it's usually pretty nice to live so close. Nice people, generous, friendly, pretty good dvd selection and easy access to their easily taken foodstuffs.

But it's not fun when there's drama going on there, drama so fierce that you're locking your doors, worried that somebody might be killed.

But it's not all negative. I had an awesome steak and shrimp dinner with my wife and kids and my parents. My actual, drama-free parents.

So things even out. Eventually. Over time.

The Antlers: Two

Rain ...

Massive storm in my town right now. Emergency-level winds. Non-stop bursts of unrelenting rain. Probably some serious flooding in certain areas.

I'm not afraid to tell you how afraid I am.

I AM from Arizona, after all, where rain is both feared and hunted.

Fiona Apple: Sally's Song (A Nightmare Before Christmas)

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Steve's Church-Less Movie Of The Week ...



Yoinked from Wikipedia, monsterhunter.coldfusionvideo.com and IMDB ...


"A Dead Man Hung in the Web is the literal translation of Ein Toter hing im Netz, title of a German-Yugoslav sci-fi film, a 1960 film directed by Fritz Böttger. The film was subsequently dubbed and released in the United States as an adult-only feature titled It's Hot in Paradise in 1962, and later re-issued in 1967 in a slightly edited version called Horrors of Spider Island. The titles of this film include A Body in the Web (USA), Ein toter Hing Im Netz (West Germany),The Girls of Spider Island (USA), It's Hot in Paradise (USA) and The Spider's Web (USA).




Not as deliriously loopy as the similarly themed film Bloody Pit Of Horror, this movie is still able to generate some laughs that rapidly turn into groans with its tale of supposedly sexy dancers crash landing on an island inhabited by a giant spider (there may have been a whole bunch of giant spiders, but all I saw was one frail looking thing hanging from some very visible, even in the night shots, rope). Yep, it's another one of those foreign, early 60s affairs about a group of hot babes menaced by a creature at some remote locale."




Steve's Snacks of the Week:


Coffee

Pills

Popcorn

Fudge


Horrors of Spider Island: Opening Credits Music





... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Week in its entirety absolutely FREE! But first lets go over a few ground rules. Absolutely no talking is allowed in this or any Galindo Theaters locations. Any and all talkers will be flogged mercilessly. No cell phones or African-American berries going off in the theater. And NO TEXTING.


And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).


Oh, and remember ...




Enjoy the show, y'all! Wind clan out.




And here are the movies we have seen so far ...


December 7th: Godzilla VS Mecha-Godzilla
December 14th: Godzilla VS Mothra (free to watch)
December 21st: Ghidorah, the Three-Headed Monster (free to watch)
December 28th: Lord of the Rings (Rifftrack edition)
January 4th: Godzilla VS The Sea Monster
January 11th: Series 7 (free to watch)
January 18th: House of Wax
January 25th: Police Story 3
February 1st: Left Behind the Movie (free to watch)
February 15th: Godzilla VS Megalon
February 22nd: Jesus Christ Superstar (free to watch)
March 1st (part 1): Duck Soup
March 1st (part 2): Godzilla Final Wars
March 8th (part 1): Godzilla VS The Smog Monster
March 8th (part 2): The Three Caballeros
March 15th: Sonny Chiba's "The Street Fighter" (free to watch)
March 29th (part 1): I Bury The Living (free to watch)
March 29th (part 2): Drive-In Massacre (free to watch)
April 15th: Godzilla, Mothra and King Ghidorah: Giant Monsters All-Out Attack (free to watch)
April 25th (part 1): Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla
April 25th (part 2): Godzilla Tokyo S.O.S. (free to watch)
May 3rd (part 1): Sex Madness (free to watch)
May 3rd (part 2): Frankenstein Conquers the World
May 10th (part 1): Muppet Treasure Island
May 10th (part 2): La Bamba (free to watch)
May 17th: Mothra (free to watch)
May 31st: Mega-Shark VS Giant Octopus (free to watch)
June 7th: Tommy (free to watch)
June 14th (part 1): Roger Corman's Fantastic Four (free to watch)
June 14th (part 2): Rodan (free to watch)
June 24th: MST3K's Godzilla VS Megalon (free to watch)
June 28th: Last Man On Earth (free to watch)
July 5th (part 1): Over The Top
July 5th (part 2): Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (free to watch)
July 12th (part 1): Air Guitar Nation
July 12th (part 2): Cockfight/We Are The Children (free to watch)
July 19th (part 1): Dünyayı Kurtaran Adam (The Man Who Saves the World) (free to watch)
July 19th (part 2): Turist Ömer (free to watch)
August 2nd: The Marx Bros' At the Circus (free to watch)
August 9th (part 1): MST3K's Marooned (free to watch)
August 9th (part 2): First Spaceship On Venus (free to watch)
August 16th (part 1): The Atomic Cafe (free to watch)
August 16th (part 2): MST3K's Night of the Blood Beast (free to watch)
August 30th: God Told Me To Kill (free to watch)
September 3rd: Rebirth Of Mothra (free to watch)
September 6th: Cinema Insomnia's The Wasp Woman (free to watch)
September 13th (part 1): A Bucket Of Blood (free to watch)
September 13th (part 2): Cinema Insomnia's Prince Of Space (free to watch)
september 21st: Theater of Blood (free to watch)
September 27th (part 1): The Brain That Wouldn't Die (free to watch)
September 27th (part 2):MST3K's Amazing Colosal Man (free to watch)