Friday Night Double Feature: The Crawling Eye (1958) And Sharknado (2013)

The Friday Night Double Feature this week: The Crawling Eye (1958), and Sharknado (2013)! 
That's right guys... Friday night fast approaches... Time to get together with the woman you love, pop some popcorn, pour the bubbly, and turn on some insanely awesome & cheesy as hell, 'B' Sci-fi movies... Well your girl maybe a little peeved (unless she is in to these types of movies... Hey, you never know... Am right?)

No, but seriously, unless you are truly home alone this Friday night, or are in a position for a fun good ole fashion shlockfest, then I got a couple of goodies here that will please the masses, old or young!

First off... A golden oldie, The Crawling Eye (1958).

This guest at the Swiss resort probably won't be coming back... But then again, the resort officials have a lot more that they are going to have to worry about...
 Starring: Forrest Tucker (The Bionic Woman), Laurence Payne (Vampire Circus), (They Came From Beyond Space) & Janet Munro (The Day The Earth Caught Fire).

This awesome tale, tells the story of a Swiss resort in the Alps, and how for the vacationers at the resort, they are about to have some Alien company... And they enjoy tearing people down... And I don't mean emotionally!

And the next one is a more recent one, this one being: Sharknado (2013)!

Aliens invade the Earth... Accept these aliens come from the ocean, and not from outer space!
Starring: Ian Ziering (Beverly Hills 90210), Tara Reid (American Pie), John Heard (Assault On Wall Street), Cassie Scerbo (Agoraphobia).

This movie tells the tale of a different invasion, when the Sharks from the Ocean begin to invade the rest of the world... Humanity will be powerless to stop them... But a bar owner, his friends, and family are bound and determined to try!

The truth is, is these movies are both cheesy as hell, awesome as hell, and if you are looking for a night of just good ole fashion thoughtless fun... You can't go wrong with these movies!

Batman Beyond: Episode 10: 'Spellbound' (1999) - TV Episode Review

Alright, so I know it has been awhile since I have done a review for anything from, 'Batman Beyond', the truth is, is it has been awhile since I have done a review of anything at all... But I am back now, and I thought that you guys would enjoy a review from the Batman's of the future... Or Batman Beyond!

Now this one is an interesting one, you see this episode titled: 'Spellbound' was directed by: Butch Lukic (James Bond Jr.) and stars: Will Friedle (Kim Possible), Kevin Controy (Batman: The Animated Series) & John Cypher (Masters Of The Universe).

This episode tells an interesting story, you see, in ole Gotham, crime is a constant... I mean that is the reason for the, 'Dark Knight' right? Well in Gotham, there is a new class of criminal that seems to have come in to take over... Regular people!

And as Terry McGinnis (Will Friedle) suits up to find out what is going on... Along with the help of, Bruce Wayne (Kevin Conroy), Batman is about to find out that even he may become susceptible to the big bad controlling the criminal world!
A Spellbound citizen robbing her family... A crime she won't never forget...
Now I keep mentioning this episode as being, 'interesting'... Well the truth is, is I do find episodes where the criminals manipulate people to be an awful lot of fun... And with, 'Batman', no matter who DC gets to do these types of episodes, they always tend to do a pretty good job!

So if you haven't check this one out yet, then I highly recommend doing so... It is an awful lot of fun!

Song Of The Week: Nat King Cole's 'Straighten Up And Fly Right'

Nat King Cole... It could be said that his brand of music is a distant ancestor to the modern heavy metal song! 

So metal heads, as important as it is to record the greats and their music for posterity here, groups and musicians like: 'Disturbed', 'Metallica', 'Ozzy Osbourne', 'Led Zepplin', and the countless other greats that have come and gone, as well as those that have stayed around, there is also a side that I would be remiss if I didn't properly acknowledge... The ancestry of where all of the modern greats come from!

Now you might be saying to yourself... 'Well who cares about moldy oldies from the 40s, 50s or 60s?'

Well the fact is, is that some of these, 'moldy oldies' are pretty bad-ass and deserve attention as well! And so I thought that I would recommend for this fresh new week's, 'Song Of The Week': Nat King Cole's, 'Straighten Up And Fly Right' (1943)!