An intergalactic warrior named Shep Ramsey crashes on Earth until he can recharge his ship so he gets to know the neighborhood and save the day from the bounty hunters coming for him. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Suburban Commando (1991)”
Ernest P. Worrell, local town idiot, disturbs a tree which imprisons a child-stealing troll that was sealed inside decades ago. It escapes and now it’s up to Ernest to put it back. Is that such a great idea? Continue reading “Shaun vs. Ernest Scared Stupid (1991)”
Two American girls arrive in Romania to learn the local culture which may include becoming the targeted infatuation of a vampire returning to his hometown after years of exile and a chip on his shoulder.
A puppeteer with a mysterious secret to bring inanimate objects to life draws the attention of the Nazis who are losing the war and want to use Toulon’s secret to resurrect their dead soldiers. Toulon goes on the lam with revenge on his mind after his wife is murdered in cold blood but he has the perfect little army to help him fight back. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Puppet Master III: Toulon’s Revenge (1991)”
Brick Bardo, an intergalactic Dirty Harry, chases after a villain through outer space from this planet of Arturis to Earth. But there’s one “small” problem. He may be normal height on his planet but on ours he’s only 13” tall. Haw haw! He befriends a woman who’s troubled by local gangs so while he’s around he may as well help her take the garbage out.
Continue reading “Shaun vs. Dollman (1991)”
Based on the manga of the same name, Ricky Ho *looks at title again* is sent to a maximum security facility in the future year of 2001 for ten years for manslaughter. He doesn’t make friends with the warden or anyone else and gets into the most epically violent fight scenes I’ve ever seen. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Riki-Oh: The Story of Ricky (1991)”
Starring Denise Crosby, Sam Bottoms and Rip Torn
A family moves to Mexico so the father can start a doll factory but a nearby archaeological dig unearths an evil spirit that possesses one of the dolls in the factory and turns it into a murderous toy. Continue reading “Shaun vs. Dolly Dearest (1991)”
Directed by Wes Craven
Starring Brandon Adams, Wendy Robie, Everett McGill and Ving Rhames
Threatened with eviction, a 13-year old boy nicknamed Fool (Adams) follows Leroy, professional criminal, to the house of the landlords in order to steal from them the money they need. Once inside, however, they are shocked at the horrors that reside in the house. Continue reading “Shaun vs. The People Under the Stairs (1991)”