4.1 Petey Wheatstraw, the Devil’s Son-In-Law

We’re sliding into Season 4 with a happenin’ trip through the period where a subgenre of films were defined. Comedy legend Rudy Ray Moore does battle against the man downstairs–and we aren’t talking about Richard Moll! After meeting his demise at the hands of rival club owners Leroy and Skillet, superstar comedian Petey Wheatstraw is offered a second chance by the dubiously named Lou Cipher. Petey makes a deal with the devil and is granted incredible satanic powers via magick pimp cane to enact his revenge. However, in exchange he must marry Lou’s demonic daughter who’s so ugly she could scare a bulldog off a meat truck–and we ain’t lyin’ either! So sit down and shut your ugly, old-time, ancient-ass up and witness the legend of Petey Wheatstraw, The Devil’s Son in Law!

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3.35 Season 3 Wrap-up LIVE

Welcome to our first ever live event! We’re taking a look back on the 87 year long period known as 2020, the movies we’ve covered, the friends we’ve made, but most importantly, we’re hanging out and taking questions from all of you Dumpster Dwellers! So pull up a trash can lid, crack open a cold one, and join us in the titular Movie Dumpster for our Season Three Finale!

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3.33 Jack Frost (1997)

A week before Christmas in the backwater town of Snowmonton, serial killer Jack Frost is chemically merged with snow in a freak accident engineered by John Hurt’s minion Cumdar. Vowing revenge on the man who captured him, lovable loser Sheriff Sam Tiler, Jack is reborn as one Bad Mr. Frosty™! With the help of his deranged son Ryan’s antifreeze oatmeal and general store owner/local sidewalk salter Mr. ‘I’ll Give it to you 20% Off’ Paul, maybe (just maybe), Sheriff Sam can take down the homicidal snowman once and for all! Shannon Elizabeth makes her film debut in this sleazy, dark comedy that also features an Andrienne Barbeau stand-in that we fell in love with, as well as two cops that are simply in love. We’re also talking our favorite holiday films and monsters, looking back on the unforgettable VHS box art for this movie, and giving our favorite horror franchises holiday themed sequels! So plug in your hairdryer, fire up those aerosol cans, and aim for the puddle of water coming through the door, because we’re about to get frostbitten in half by Jack Frost!

Joining us is special guest, David Ayllon!

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3.32 Call Me Claus

‘Zat you, Santa Goldberg? Well, the alternate timeline version anyway! Whoopi joins the Movie Dumpster Universe in a splintered, yuletide excursion that can’t help but rip-off other, better Christmas movies. Goldberg plays a malcontent, home shopping network executive producer that hasn’t had the Christmas spirit since her father was sent home in a gift wrapped box from Vietnam during the holidays. Her career is upended when a man claiming to be the real Santa reveals that unless she takes up his mantle, the world will literally end! We’re talking T-Day, global warming, Bruce Davison and John Hurt living together–MASS HYSTERIA! Are you filled with joy yet? We also decide what fantastical insect we’re stuffing Clint Howard with this week, what powers we would ask Saint Nick for, our favorite and trashiest gifts, and inserting zombies all over the MDU. So don’t forget your vanilla latte, hang on to that gift receipt for Jackpot Santa, and watch out for the extra dimensional being known as ‘Ralph’ because we’re not exactly sure how to respond when Whoopi says “Call Me Claus”!

Joining us on this episode is special guest, Julie Lockwood!

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3.27 The Pit (1981)

It’s not easy being the world’s punching bag, especially when you’re 12. That is, unless you have the aid of a possessed (question mark) teddy bear to coax your unhinged thoughts into reality! Jamie is an incredibly unwell, disturbed, and perverted delinquent with an unhealthy obsession with the female form. When his 27th live-in babysitter, Sandy, begins her psychology thesis on him, his folks catch the last train for the coast while he descends deeper into his psychosis. Finally fed up with being bullied, deserted, and heartbroken, Jamie turns to his friends/pets for assistance—five…er four prehistoric ape men who’s hunger runs deeper than a king-sized chocolate bar. As the old saying goes, when life gives you Tra-la-logs, make your tormentors pay! We also discuss the battle of the century: Nick Cassavetes vs. John Hurt, which MDU child we would adopt, why people think Adam Sandler’s shtick is still funny, and the Halloween™ franchise timeline. Call an exorcist for those yellow-eyed talking teddies, grab that old porn mag Charlie Bounty Hunter gave you for Easter, and stock up on ground beef, because we’re getting slam dunked into The Pit!

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3.25 Satan’s Little Helper

Trick or Trash is back and ready to fill up your treat bags, Dumpster Dwellers! Dougie Whooly is a 9-year-old boy with a woefully oblivious family and an unhealthy obsession with a violent video game. While wandering around town on All Hallow’s Eve, he comes across a real-life serial killer in a Satan costume (question mark), who is committing murders and staging them as lawn decorations. Dougie’s ignorance and skewed view on reality are manipulated by this Satan Man and he is suddenly swooped up in a night of bloodshed that the little helper mistakes as pretend. Can Dougie’s older sister Katheryn Winnick or his heavily medicated mother Amanda Plummer save him before it’s too late? Who exactly is the man behind the mask? Is it the Six Flags Guy? Terry O’Quinn? Granny Van Daam?! We’re breaking this Halloween delight down for you, plus we figure out who we’d send in to save the MDU from a super-sized CharnetKong! Slip into your costume, put on a Nick Cave album, and flip through those Winter Stepfather books because we’re about to be sent back to Hell by Satan’s Little Helper!

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3.21 Body Melt

The grill is cooling off and we’re breaking out the peach cobbler and watermelon! As our GARB-BQ winds down, we’re headed back to Australia for some goopy ozploitation goodness! Let your body learn, let your body build, let your Body Melt? When “pharmaceutical” company Vimuville™ begins using the residents of Pebbles Court as lab rats for a new supplement, things start to get really gross. As the hapless civilians each take the dangerous drug through various means, their bodies begin to destroy themselves from the inside out. We’ve got blood, boogers and more totally unwanted bodily fluids in this stomach turning classic. We also muse about Gary Busey’s favorite food, who really is the best movie villain of all time, if Vimuville is indeed a shell company for Umbrella—SPOILERS: IT IS, and our very own Dobby “The MDU Doormat” gets #swole. Joining in on the madness today is special guest, Jenna Fryer! Squeeze into your jogging suit, shoot down that fizzy vitamin drink, and crank up the Deep Purple, because we’re about to work it out with Body Melt!

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3.20 Munchie

Break out the macaroni and potato salad, because the hot dogs are about ready to come off the grill! The GARB-BQ continues with some Chuck E. Cheese™ nightmare fuel! Long before there were Demonic Toys or the Hugga Bunch, there existed an all-powerful creature older than time itself. Calamity followed it wherever it went, leaving countless lives destroyed and entire civilizations in ruins. Finally, the prophetic wrecking ball was sealed in a magic crate and tossed into a bottomless abyss to dwell with Lubdan and Kazaam. The immortal miscreant was meant to never be seen or heard from again…that is, until young Gage Dobson finds the box and opens it without a second thought. As a way of thanks for releasing him, Gage’s new friend uses powers beyond human comprehension to make any of Gage’s wildest dreams come true! So naturally he steals a pizza, enacts some petty revenge, and throws a party. Join us on our journey as we meet Jennifer Love Hewitt in her debut role, catch up with Bernie Lomax: ReAnimator, and reveal the true mastermind behind the Winter Stepfather program! We also decide which horror series antagonist our titular Dom DeLuise voiced character would replace in the MDU. Hop on that flying pizza, dream a little day dream, and update your standup material, because we are about to party ’til we perish with Munchie!

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M03 Greydon Clark

We hope you all were able to get away from that pesky mutant cat and are safely aboard your lifeboats (hopefully with that duffel bag full of hundreds). That is, if you’ve already survived our latest episode, 3.14 Uninvited! There’s no land in sight, so It looks like you won’t be going anywhere for awhile. Why don’t you kick back and fill your ears with the companion piece to our ‘Uninvited’ episode, where we chat with writer, director, producer, and legend of low-budget filmmaking, Greydon Clark!

You can purchase Greydon’s book, ‘On The Cheap: My Life in Low-Budget Filmmaking’, as well as his entire catalog of films from his website, GreydonClark.com.

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3.14 Uninvited (1987)

What do you do when you find a mutant cat living inside of a regular cat? First, you should hope the mutant cat isn’t hiding an even smaller mutant cat inside of it. Next, you probably SHOULDN’T isolate yourselves on a yacht with a sociopathic Wall Street criminal. Fortunately for us, that’s exactly what happens in this movie! Five partygoers on spring break find themselves stranded in the middle of the ocean with rich scumbags, Alex Cord and George Kennedy, as a poisonous and morally ambiguous cat wreaks havoc on them while cackling from the shadows. Will the hapless humans survive or will the cat dish out it’s own kind of Final Justice™? Put in your false teeth, break out the champagne & corn flakes, and shout out a hearty ‘FOOP’, because we’re chartering the ‘Slam Dunk’ to climb aboard Greydon Clark’s Uninvited!

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M2.5 Michael Ray Bower

The second half of our monster interview with Michael Ray Bower! Old Spivey threw a few extra heapins of his secret ingredient into this batch, so make sure you listen to our episode, 3.12 The Willies, and Part 1 of the interview⁠ because it’ll make Part 2 extra good!

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M02 Michael Ray Bower

We hope everyone wasn’t too spooked by our latest episode, The Willies, because we’re serving up a 2-part companion piece! We had the pleasure of chatting with “Fly Boy” himself, Michael Ray Bower, about his entire career as well as taking a peek behind the tent flap of his starring segment. So, grab a 10-piece bucket of Tennessee Fricassee Chicken™ and pull up a sleeping bag because we’re about to have a campfire convo so big we had to split it in two!

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3.12 The Willies

Gather ’round the campfire with Mikey from The Goonies™, as he weaves a tapestry of spooky tales! We roll into our first anthology film and bump into wayward Twin Peaks residents, adolescent bullies, a suspiciously friendly janitor, and a boy with a gut-churning obsession with flies. Connor gets emotional about rat violence, we talk about the infamous & unforgettable ‘ExtraTERRORestrial Alien Encounter’ ride at Disney, and we all wonder what exactly our folks were recording on extended-play tapes back in the ’90s. Pluck a few of Farmer Spivey’s mutated veggies, set that poodle in the microwave for three minutes, and try not to pee your pants, because we’re about to get a serious case of The Willies!

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3.11 The Meteor Man

Unassuming substitute teacher Jefferson Reed is struck by a very Kryptonian looking meteorite, blessing him with amazing and inconsistent superpowers! Jefferson must now use his newfound abilities to defend his neighborhood from the Golden Lords™, a gang of bleach blonde haired criminals consisting of suit-wearing babies, Don Cheadle, Kung-Fu Larry, and the Riddler! Can Jefferson succeed against all odds? Does this sound a little too much like DC’s Black Lightning? Will James Earl Jones ever find the perfect wig? Find all the answers to these questions and more, as we take a deep dive into the first black superhero movie! Slip into your homemade super suit, say hello to Sinbad, and please avoid the Jello™, because we’re taking to the skies for The Meteor Man!

Joining us is special guest and resident artist, Davey The Scaredy Cat De Forne!

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3.9 House II: The Second Story

Our Quaran-Team Up with Slashers Podcast comes to a close! Ignoring the original film, Roger Cobb and Norm from ‘Cheers’ are replaced by two bumbling idiots, their undead prospector Gramps, and Cliff…the OTHER guy from ‘Cheers.’ They soon find out the house doubles as an Aztec temple when portals to other dimensions start opening all around it. The only way to close them? A Crystal Skull™ that is constantly stolen by random dimension-hopping denizens, but is also craved by a zombie-ghost cowboy named Slim Razor who has a bone to pick with Gramps? Bill Maher also shows up to be a total dink. So throw your friend a surprise Halloween party, dig up your mummified grandpappy, and feed your caterpuppy a nice baby bottle full of beer, because we’re climbing the stairs to House II: The Second Story!

Joining us is special guest, Jake, from Slashers Podcast!

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3.7 The Being

Welcome to Pottsville, Idaho! A place where unsafe nuclear waste disposal is okay, but smut must be swept away! A ravenous booger monster rises from a chemical cesspool to terrorize the town on Easter weekend, and only death defying sheriff, Rexx Coltrane, can stop it. He just might need a little help from Martin Landau and a Gnome named Gnorm. Pluck yourself some Idaho potatoes, clean the slime out of your trunk, and watch out for Cacodemons because we’re going radioactive with The Being!

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3.6 Shakes The Clown

Happy April Fools Day! We hope you’re not still burned by our Jurassic Park episode last year, but we can assure you that this episode IS NOT a loop of Jeff Goldblum laughing. Instead, we bring you unbridled clown debauchery! Depressed alcoholic party clown, Bobcat Goldthwait’s Shakes, is framed for killing his boss by Tom Kenny’s The Joker™, so he teams up with Adam Sandler and Blake Clark (who are also clowns) to clear his name. Basically, everyone in this movie is a clown, including our guest Rudy Reel! Bake up a custard pie, top off your favorite flask, and get ready to hurl, because we’re juggling our way into Shakes the Clown.

Joining us is special guest, Rudy Reel of Lucky Duck Entertainment and O-Street Mini Golf!

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3.5 The Boneyard

Retired homicide psychic, Alley Oates, is pulled away from her job as the MDU Wizards’ landlord to help solve a case surrounding a trio of dead children. Unfortunately, the little rugrats are hosts to ancient, man-eating, Chinese demons called Kyoshi™…and they’re hungry! Now, trapped in a mortuary with no escape, a group of strictly average people must come together to survive not only ravenous ghouls, but also Phyllis ‘Poopinplatz’ Diller and her beloved pooch, Floofsums. So, climb out of your trash heap, grab that Starship Troopers rifle out of the evidence room, and let Lionel know his mother is back, because we’re digging deep into The Boneyard!

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M01 Simon Bossell

Happy Leap Day, dumpster dwellers! We’re taking this extra day to bring you guys our very first minisode 💚📼 – the companion piece to our episode, 3.3 Aberration (1997). We had the pleasure of chatting with leading lizard killer, Simon Bossell, about working on ‘Aberration’, the acting life, and our favorite Ozploitation films. So, gather ’round the campfire and grab a bag of potato flakes as we slip behind the scenes of Aberration!

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3.3 Aberration (1997)

Pamela Gidley flees her criminal Russian stereotype of an ex to her family’s dilapidated cabin in the freezing northwest. Unfortunately, man-eating geckos have been using her house as a breeding ground and, as Worf repeatedly reminds us, they’ve adapted. Wisecracking field researcher Simon Bossell and Dobby the house-elf join Pamela in a battle to see how many explosions they can walk away from without looking. Put on some protective eyewear, fill up your Super Soaker™ with expired poison, and keep your eyes peeled for skittering reptiles, because we’re about to get knocked to the bottom of the food chain by Aberration!

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2.35 Season Two Finale

Dread it, run from it…Season 3 arrives just the same. In time you will know what it’s like to watch Pluto Nash…or Elves. To feel so desperately like you want to pull a bag over your own head like in Black Christmas. The hardest choices require the strongest wills, but we made it through 2019 and nobody got turned into dust or killed by an anti-matter wave. Do we feel good about our choices? Did we change our minds? Did Granny Van Daam run away with 2019 or will she play second fiddle to a growing roster of MDU wizards? So grab literally anything from this year’s trash heap and get cozy on this brand spankin’ New Year’s day as we reflect on Movie Dumpster season 2! Cue flashback sequence.

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2.26 Mr. Boogedy

Trick or Trash is back with a Disney Channel Sunday Movie classic! Gag gift salesman Richard Masur moves his family to the aptly named Lucifer Falls and into the haunted house on 29 Neibolt Street. Not only must they contend with a stunningly ineffective ghost known as Mr. Boogedy, but also a Babadook-esque Gomez Addams squatting in their home. Power up your vacuum and hand buzzers, because we’re getting gooey with Mr. Boogedy!

Joining us is special guest, Matt Curione! Host of the Monsters Never Die! Podcast.

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2.22 Deep Rising

When a sadistic billionaire decides to sink his dream boat for a hefty insurance payout, a giant sea monster decides to crash the party for a bite to eat. Treat “If the cash is there, we do not care” Williams must lead a rag tag group of mercs including Kano, Sagat, and Korath, guns blazing through the infested ship of death! Will they make it out alive? What happened to Rodney Dangerfield after he stuck the Triple Lindy? Can the maid from the Sedgewick Hotel ever truly get a break? Get ready to say hello to the Chinese M1-L1 Triple Pulse Assault Rifle, brush up on your marine biology, and don’t lose those engine parts because we’re going full scream ahead into Deep Rising!

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2.19 Ghost Shark

Crenshaw from Boggy Creek II pours hot sauce on a great white shark and blows it up with a grenade, but its corpse lands in a magic cave that resurrects its spirit. Hungry for revenge, the iridescent blue fruit snack travels across all manner of water to chomp down on anyone it can wrap it’s jaws around. Only Gunnar Hansen, Granny Van Daam, and a group of teenagers without any redeeming qualities can stop it! Drink from a haunted water cooler, bite into some sexual chocolate, and please, DON’T FORGET ABOUT THE POOL PARTY, because we’re Slip N Sliding into Ghost Shark!

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2.17 Child’s Play 3

Eight years after being set on fire, shot multiple times, losing a hand, bathed in molten plastic, and pneumatically exploding, Chucky is somehow reanimated by the Play Pals company again. Still looking to transfer his soul into a human body, he tracks Andy Barclay to a deranged military school and finds fresh meat in the delusional Tyler. Will Charles Lee Ray finally finish that incantation? Find out as we take a page from the book, get balded out by Uncle Frank, and spit-shine our combat boots! In honor of a remake no one asked for, we’re unboxing Child’s Play 3.

Joining us is special guest, C.B. Smith! Check out his channel, where he covers books and their adaptations (or the opposite in this case).

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2.16 Prehysteria! 3

Raisin-loving Pygmy dinosaurs fall off the back of a truck and find themselves on a rundown miniature golf course owned by Fred Willard. Scotland enthusiast Ella and her family live on the mini-putt, but their livelihood is threatened by Ella’s evil Uncle Hal and his henchman, the Reverse-Flash Eobard Thawne. Now, the only thing standing between the McGregors and total destruction is 18 holes. Slip into your favorite kilt, pull that magic putter from the stone, and slop some haggis onto a bun, because we’re chowing down on some Dino Burgers by the grassy knoll back and to the left of Prehysteria! 3.

Special Thanks to O-Street Mini Golf Association and Lucky Duck Entertainment.

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2.15 Drainiac!

Christmas Eve a few years ago, a couple of bums wandered into the house from Mosquito and were sucked dry by a green slime emanating from a drain pipe. A water elemental haunts these lands now and only the resurrected Gunnar Hansen the White can save the unlucky group of teenage “friends” trapped by the demon. Grab your grimoire, light some candles placed at the tips of a pentagram, and climb into a haunted bathtub, because we’re spiraling down into Drainiac!

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2.13 Bushwhacked

After surviving the events of C.H.U.D., Daniel Stern changes his name to “Mad” Marv Merchants and takes a job as a delivery driver, where he falls for an obvious scam and is framed for the murder of his millionaire client, Dr. Frederick Chilton. On the lamb from FBI Agent Michael “The Suit” Minelli, Marv switches places with scoutmaster “Spider” Erickson and serendipitously leads a troop of Ranger Scouts up Devil’s Peak—a treacherous trail complete with a Temple of Doom bridge! The race is on to intercept a package that will clear his name at 10am sharp, guaranteed. Grab two packs of Malboros, two Sno Balls, and a jumbo Coke, because we’re about to get Bushwhacked.

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2.12 Howard the Duck

Howard is just your average anthropomorphic duck living on a parallel Earth—aptly named Duckworld. That is, until Dr. Jeffrey Jones foolishly uses the Buch-cannon™ to beam him to Cleveland. Stranded, Howard teams up with local rocker Lea Thompson and Tim “Museum Janitor” Robbins to search for a way home, and possibly some hairless ape fornication. Oh yeah, then Jeffrey Jones gets possessed by a demonic “Dark Overlord of the Universe” that turns him into Emperor Palpatine for some reason! Practice your Quack Fu, do some toot, and grab this month’s issue of Playduck, because we are about to get shot through space via Lazyboy with Howard the Duck.

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2.11 Critters 2: The Main Course

Two years after ravenous space furbies invaded Grover’s Bend, Scott Grimes returns home to visit his Nana “Granny Van Daam” for Easter. A clutch of over-ripened avocados mistaken for Easter eggs hatch, flooding the town with the devious man-eating crites. Aided by alien bounty hunters Ug, Lee, and Charlie, a spittoon-spitting sheriff, Lars from Heavyweights, Lin Shaye, and Eddie Deezen, the town just might stand a chance against a literal giant ball of killer tribbles. Order a polar burger, some buffalo chips, and wash it all down with a moo shake because we’re about to take a bite out of Critters 2: The Main Course. KILL CRITES!

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1.38 Home Alone 4: Taking Back The House

In an alternate timeline that acknowledges previous events that couldn’t have possibly happened, bizarro Kevin McCallister has to stop French Stewart from kidnapping a prince. Grab that piggy bank, a toy spy kit, and your transitional object because we are about to be clobbered by something worse than an iron to the face—Home Alone 4: Taking Back The House.

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1.37 Holiday Switch

From the black pit of Lifetime, a Christmas movie made for no one, has been spewed forth into our reality. Nicole Eggert is a garbage human being who doesn’t appreciate anything. After rooting through a pile of laundry 10 feet high and complaining about how awful her life is, she cracks her fragile dome on her washing machine. She is then transported into an alternate life of wealth and prescription drugs. Build yourself a popsicle stick reindeer and put on that $1,200 red dress because we are about to husband swap with Holiday Switch.

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1.35 Santa’s Slay

Bill Goldberg loses a game of curling against a dime store Christopher Lloyd and is forced to give presents to children every year on December 25th. After the bet wager is decidedly paid up, Goldberg returns to his historic holiday havoc and flips it into high gear—starting with Fran Drescher. Kicking off our month of “Trashing Through the Snow” with a real shining star upon the highest bough, grab some deli meats, a curling stone, and your grandfather’s book of Norse mythology because your chimney’s about to be blown out by Santa’s Slay. WHO’S NEXT?!

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1.33 Baby’s Day Out

When billionaire momma, Lara Flynn Boyle, decides to get Baby Bink’s picture taken for the paper, she falls for the most obvious scam of all time and the baby is kidnapped. Unfortunately, the captors lose him immediately. Joe Mantegna, Joe Pantoliano, and Spike’s dad from the Little Giants, star as the dumbest crooks in the world, in John Hughes’ terrible Home Alone rehash. Grab your Boo Boo, sneak into the gorilla pen, and get yourself lathered in some construction site spunk, because this is Baby’s Day Out.

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1.29 Boo! A Madea Halloween

Single father Brian Simmons struggles to keep his rebellious daughter from going to the local sleazeball frat’s Halloween party, so he calls his Aunt Madea for help. In an experiment in madness, Tyler Perry brings together obnoxious YouTube stars, bad parenting advice, and a living room scene we thought would never end. Light up a joint and praise Jesus, because we’re about to flatline through Boo! A Madea Halloween.

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1.28 Idle Hands

When a certain evil force looks to possess the laziest fuck up it can find, stoner and general layabout Devon Sawa becomes the perfect host. Why does it only control his right hand? We don’t know! After killing his parents (we hardly knew you Fred Willard) and best friends, Seth Green and Foggy Nelson, Devon must stop his evil hand before it kills Jessica Alba, the only woman interested in his stank ass. So grab yourself some Burger Jungle, rip your Mighty Joe Bong, and cut off just one of your hands, because this is Idle Hands.

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1.27 An American Werewolf in Paris

We’re kicking this Trick or Trash month off with a flaming jack-o’-lantern full of werewolf shit! Tom Everett Scott and his fuck boy friends head to Paris to bungee jump off the Eiffel Tower. Instead they get drunk and save a suicidal Julie Delpy from ridding the world of her violent lunar activities. Unfortunately for us, this movie happens as the result. As a direct sequel to one of the greatest werewolf movies of all time, this is the poster child for studio meddling and running a project straight into the ground. Tie off your bungee cord, rip open a pack of condom gum, and shoot yourself up with some moon juice because we are about to be mauled by An American Werewolf in Paris.

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1.20 Uncle Sam

Sam Harper is a 100% full blooded, grade-A bag of shit. After getting shot down during some “friendly fire” over Kuwait, the military ships his body back to his life-long abusees. His nephew can’t understand why everyone is so down on his uncle after all of his heroic endeavors. That is, until people start turning up dead. Isaac Hayes literally brings out the big guns for this patriotic piece of cinematic trash. Grab some BBQ and light up those fireworks because we are giving salute to good ol’ Uncle Sam.

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1.18 A Gnome Named Gnorm

Anthony Michael Hall is a wisecracking cop who literally blows an undercover gig when a diamond-toting scumbag explodes all over a park. The only way to clear his name and catch the real bad guy is to team up with a horny gnome that needs to recharge a life-giving rock by way of our sun. Hang on to your bobos and secure that Lumen because we’re about to tunnel into Upworld aka A Gnome Named Gnorm.

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1.17 Tammy and the T-Rex

Tammy and Michael are a young couple in love, until Tammy’s edgelord ex-boyfriend feeds Michael to a lion. Paul Walker returns to the dumpster, trading in his Crunch bars for a mechanical dino body. Strap on your cup and grab somebody’s junk, we’re about to bite into Tammy and the T-Rex.

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1.14 Big Bully

Tom Arnold rekindles his twisted agenda of sadistic pleasure when Rick Moranis, his childhood punching bag, returns to town to teach a shitty writing class. Masquerading as a comedy, we can clearly see the horror inherent in this off-beat abomination. Meet us at the seesaw at seven o’clock, and bring your piss-filled thermos, because we are going a few rounds with Big Bully.

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1.9 Monster in the Closet

When a slew of closet murders go unsolved, up-and-coming reporter and Christopher Reeves impersonator, Richard Clark, travels to a small California town for answers. With the help of Paul Walker, Torgo, and that woman from Days of Our Lives, Clark battles a giant McNugget to save the world. Marking the acting debuts of Paul Walker and Fergie, this film adds nothing to their résumés. Grab your xylophone and a hearty supply of Crunch bars because we’re going on a hunt for Monster in the Closet.

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