Solar Man's nemesis: the Tanning Bed.
And none were as odd as this pilot, which stars David Hasselhoff as police detective Michael Long. After he's almost killed, a mysterious benefactor gives him a new face, a new name, and a new job as a daring crimefighter. Together with his moody Trans Am, he does crazy car stunts and probably runs people over.
Also I'm going to say based on this and Lucille that somewhere along the line Jessica Walter got typecast as a demon-bitch.
Do hit-men really maraud?
I would watch the hell out of Dr. Strange.
They did release the pilot for Dr. Strange as a stand-alone TV movie. It still makes the rounds on one of the Encore cable networks (Retro, maybe?). It's also on DVD.
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|Caminante Nocturno |
Exoman's powers include standing around and causing accidents.
"When Bracchus is killed...
God damn it the 70's ruled for cheesy horror/sci fi/action shit. Imagine if these shows made series and didn't get cancelled. Maybe MTV would still be playing music, there would be no Saw series and Jaime Kennedy would just be an unfunny fuck without a show.
The fact these shows didn't make it proves the general public has no sense of refined entertainment.
I have to think The Clone Master would have, at least, inspired some really freaky slash fiction.
The Man With The Power would be a good username but you really need that font
|Big Muddy |
2:26 MANGINA ACTIVATE!
|Big Muddy |
There is this one clip that made the rounds on these shows a lot. It's Sammy Davis Jr. wearing a pentagram disco medallion and throwing up devil horns trying to hoodoo somebody. Clearly a man not adverse to incorporating his own lifestyle into his roles.
|John Holmes Motherfucker |
Leonard Nimoy never really had the chops to pull off human roles.
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