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  1. Rotten Tomatoes released their worst movie sequels of all time. To qualify for the list, a movie needed at least 10 official critic reviews so I am sure some older sequels were left off for that reason. https://editorial.rottentomatoes.com/guide/worst-sequels-of-all-time/ How many of these has HDTGM done? Speed 2, Highlander 2, am I missing any others? There are some such as Son of Mask or any of the Baby Genius movies that would work for future episodes. What sequels are missing from this list that should be there?
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    Descendants (2015)

    I know that made for TV movies are usually not their thing unless it's something spectacular like the Sharknado franchise or the Elizabeth Taylor movie that Lohan did but this is something really out there. I had to do work with the poster for this movie and now all I want to do is to watch this trainwreck and laugh and laugh and laugh.
  3. I just saw this on GeekTyrant today and thought other HDTGM fans would like to see it too. It's pretty funny and very de-mystifying! This is Adi Shankar, director of Dredd, talking about film financing today. Ostensibly, it's to break down why a sequel Dredd isn't happening OR what needs to happen to get it made. However, it's really just a great, succinct, entertaining chat about financing movies. Yes, he's dressed like The Crow (he knows that). It's all part of the greatness, guys. Just take a watch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWP88WKVBKs&t=164 It's a really fun, intelligent watch. I think other fans will dig it here
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    Snake Eater (1989)

    It really may be the worst movie I've ever seen. I only registered here to suggest it. I searched the forum and it seems no one else has mentioned it yet. Its a horrible 80's action mess staring Lorenzo Lamas. Everything is terrible, the acting, directing, the writing, all elements of production. Its not just a lame action flick, its a laughably awful production. Yet it managed to get TWO sequels. Its currently in full on YT so take a look. From IMDB : The Snake Eaters are an elite division of the Marines especially trained for search and destroy missions. This actioner chronicles the exploits of one of them who has become a cop. Known as a tough loner, he returns to find the band of backwoods bad-guys who killed his parents and abducted his sister. Its truly awful. Taglines: "To him, America is just another jungle." and "As dirty as Dirty Harry, as dangerous as Deliverance."
  5. On Episodes 81 and 81.5 for 'Mortal Kombat,' the subject of whether or not our intrepid podcast hosts should be familiar with the property being adapted before watching the movie version was once again brought up. While I totally agree that these are movies and they should stand on their own, I feel that for the purpose of THIS PODCAST, it would help if one person (a host or guest) was familiar with the property being adapted. Sure, movies like 'Max Payne' or 'The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen' are shitty movies, but when you know the video game or comic they are adapted from, they become unfathomably, astronomically, more terrible. It's an almost viscerally painful experience watching them knowing how much better the original property was and how great a movie COULD have happened. Mortal Kombat is not a good film, but I think it gets worse when you recognize where something is coming from in the movie (like Liu Kang's random use of that "bicycle kick." which was mentioned in the podcast, or the fact that Reptile exists as a sort of "surprise" challenge). If nothing else, it would help the hosts discuss the movie if at least one person could account for, as Jason is so fond of asking, what is happening, or what is supposed to be happening. This is actually a subject that I'm sure concerns filmmakers. At this point, don't we all know that Batman's parents are dead, that Superman is from Kyrpton, that Harry Potter is a Wizard, or that The Force is a thing in Star Wars? But how much do you explain in the actual movie? It's also different for a sequel or another installment in a franchise, since you assume there's an interest in that property going in since you are making another one. Pretty much every joke in a Die Hard sequel is contingent on the viewer being a fan of the first movie. Most importantly, I realize this is a FREE PODCAST created and made by extremely funny humans with careers in film and television, careers that are probably a bit more lucrative and impactful than talking to nerds on the internet about crappy films. I am a person that has devoted way too much time to the history of the conflict between Scorpion and Sub-Zero and their respective ninja clans. I have problems. This podcast does not. This post is just friendly feedback from a loyal listener.
  6. It might be amusing to, instead of focusing on a single movie, do a special episode on a franchise: Specifically any franchise which has more sequels than can be reasonably justified by the initial outing. For example, Bring It On could reasonably justify maybe one sequel, not four, especially since they are all just retellings of the same story with new casts. American Pie might have been justified doing a couple of sequels, but seven is too many. There are far too many Police Academy movies. In the Name of the King got sequels. Scorpion King has sequels. It's that sort of thing.