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Leprechaun 2(1994)
A thwarted leprechaun exacts his bloody revenge in this darkly comic horror film. A thousand years ago in Ancient Erin, there lived a wee Leprechaun who searched for a comely bride. Legend has it that his proper bride would thrice sneeze. Poor Leprechaun did find his sneezing lass, but just before t...
Ghoulies III: Ghoulies Go to College(1991)
Though representing a slight step upward in budget from the previous two Ghoulies installments, this is still a rather silly exercise in childish fart jokes and rubbery monster effects. The title critters are mini-demons summoned forth from a demonic chamber pot (seriously!) by the occult-obsessed D...
Ghoulies II(1987)
This pedantic sequel to Empire Pictures' less-than-original Ghoulies was released directly to video and summarily slipped into oblivion. At the outset of this one, the title creatures — rubbery puppets originally conceived as cut-rate Gremlins lookalikes — are shanghaied by a priest who intends to...
Joe Dante's box-office fantasy Gremlins had barely left American cinemas before Charles Band's B-movie factory, Empire Pictures, rushed out this cheap knockoff. While Dante's film benefited from the director's wry sense of humor and the high-concept clout of executive producer Steven Spielberg, Band...
Killer Tomatoes Eat France!(1992)
The dorky low-budget "Killer Tomatoes" series closed with this fourth chapter — about one chapter too late. John Astin returns as the resurrected Professor Gangrene, who resurfaces in France to continue his ongoing plot for world domination through the care and maintenance of the title fruit. Hopin...
Friends star Jennifer Aniston made her film debut in this horror story about a psychotic, six-centuries-old leprechaun on a murder spree throughout North Dakota.
Killer Tomatoes Strike Back(1991)
This third entry in the dumbfoundingly silly "Killer Tomatoes" series continues the low-budget franchise's tradition of bombarding audiences with endless inane sight gags, horror movie in-jokes, and "nudge-nudge, wink-wink" comic asides. This installment finds flamboyant mad scientist Professor Gang...
Ice Cream Man(1995)
When you hear the happy jingle of the ice cream truck driving down your neighborhood street, lock your doors and pray to the Dairy Queen that the Ice Cream Man doesn't stop to bring you a cone—because a soft-serve headache is nothing compared to the pain that this dairy demon will make you feel! As...
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves(1997)
The Szalinski family once again discovers size really does matter in this follow-up to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids and Honey, I Blew up the Kid. Inventor Wayne Szalinski (Rick Moranis) is preparing to donate his problematic shrinking/expanding machine to the Smithsonian Institution as he and his wife D...
Honey, I Blew Up the Kid(1992)
In the sequel to Disney's Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, a bumbling but brilliant scientist (Rick Moranis) accidentally makes his two-year-old son into a giant who becomes larger every time he comes in contact with electricity. Though he and his wife try to control their son, the child inevitably escapes...
Quote O' Matic
  • Nana: Name me the names of the Dinosaurs.
  • Pterence: Pterodactyl.
  • Sid: Scelidosaurus.
  • Patsy: Apatosaurus too!
  • Steggy: Stegosaurus.
  • Trike: Triceratops.
  • Taury: Tyrannosaurus Wooo!
  • Nana: This is how I say their names it isn't hard to do, remembering is fun and games you can do it too.
  • Harry and His Bucket Full of Dinosaurs