Running for one season in 1997, Mummies Alive! followed a team of ancient warriors who come back from the dead in modern times to protect the reincarnation of a young Egyptian prince from an evil sorcerer looking to kill him and drain his lifeforce for immortality.
Universal was trying to get their classic monsters back in the spotlight in the mid-90s and in 1994 they went the “Xtreme” route with Monster Force, an animated series where a team of armored specialists battled the monsters to save the world of the far off future of 2020.
US Army Sergeant and roguish treasure hunting thief Nick Morton accidentally uncovers the tomb/prison of the evil Princess Ahmanet and has to team up with archaeologist Jenny Halsey to stop her from regaining her power and destroying the world.
The 90th Academy Awards are this weekend but the only awards that actually matter are our Kick Ass Awards, celebrating the best and worst of the previous year, including the Ass Kicker of the Year and the Kick Ass Movie of 2017.
For the final podcast of 2017, Chris and Joe take over while Zach is out sick to talk about some of their picks for the best and worst movies of 2017 along with some of the recent things they’ve seen like The Last Jedi and Jean Claude Van Johnson.
Joe has some potentially controversial choices for his Top 5 worst movies of 2017, presented without comment
Chris presents his picks for the 5 worst movies of 2017
Zach gives his picks for the top 5 worst movies he saw in 2017
Sony developing a new Men in Black, Hocus Pocus is getting remade for Disney Channel, IT Chapter Two gets a release date, Tom Cruise’s The Mummy is getting an actually awesome looking 16 bit style video game and more in this week’s News Shotgun.
The hilarious fourth season of HBO’s Silicon Valley is out this week along with tons more TV as the new seasons inch closer and movies like The Mummy and It Comes at Night