A pillow and some bean bags is all you need to get in shape with Mike and his special guest Hailey as they dance their way thru Dancin’ Grannies. This time, the reviews comes from beyond the grave, through legendary personalities Jimmy Stewart and Betty Page, who share their thoughts on life, love, the golden years, and how to lose weight with a beachball.
Armed only with a hookah and a can of Game Day, Mike does battle with the undead forces of “Enter… Zombie King”. But what starts as a simple movie review quickly evolves into a heartfelt statement about race relations, discrimination, and Ibuprofen.
When I was a young child, back in the day of VHS tapes, my brothers and I would watch a particular pair of movies over and over as our sources of entertainment. One of which was Batman (1966) and the other was Star Trek IV: A Voyage Home (1986). Of course, neither of these were related other than in our hearts, but both of these were taped off the television for our repeated viewing. One of the things that was special about recording things off the TV is the archiving process of commercials. It is like a time capsule of a particular culture. Nevertheless, for kids sitting on the floor or the couch, watching the same movies repeatedly, you not only memorize the movies, but you also memorize the advertisements.
Mike welcomes aboard his friend and roommate Jonny, where together, they recklessly navigate their way through the dangerous terrain that is “Galaxy of Terror”. During the trek, they encounter terrible alien slugs, strange, intoxicating liquids, and a vast universe of erotic man-love.