Did anyone else used to watch WMAC Masters? I feel like I'm the only one.
It was some kind of Bayou Bigfoot movie, only the monster wasn't bigfoot, but some kind of Aligator-Man, and I THINK I don't fucking remember, but I think there was an ongoing plot about suspected murders, and that the monster was a cover. Then the movie ends with the damn thing walking out of the woods and looking goofy as hell. Maybe they shot it up at that point.
It looked like, maybe, it was a made-for-TV thing, but whatever it was, it was on a mixed VHS tape of various movies my grandparents gave me, and I've never been able to find it. I'm sure we taped over it years ago.
>it was on a mixed VHS tape of various movies
Fuck I had a few those and they were awesome back in the day. I had one with The Goonies, Top Gun and An American Tail, shit was so cash.
There was a movie about a monster with some kind of weird snout. The monster didn't have dialogue but it was voiced by an 80s cartoon voice actor like Frank Welker or Doctor Claw or something.
I saw a webm of it on /tv/ once of the military blowing the fuck out of this monster and some kid pleading for them not to because it was his friend
Help me because I remember this from my childhood and its weird that I can't remember
You now remember The Tribe
The Toxic Avenger?
>This is real and people put money into this?
I'll see your Sharon, Lois & Bram and Raise you a Camp Cariboo.
Mark from Camp Caribou was the weatherman in my city for a few years before moving on to other menial television gigs
He was replaced by Ross Hull (from Are You Afraid of the Dark?) immediately after, it was kind of a weird coincidence
I've managed to remind someone of this, but it took a while, no one else seems to.
OK holy fucking nostalgia, I just remembered the best Canadian kids show ever with based Vincent Price - The Hilarious House of Frightenstein.
Does anyone remember this?
Professor Julius Sumner Miller
Grizelda the Ghastly Gourmet
Count Frightenstein and Igor
We used to get this in Los Angeles.
It was syndicated i the US. Half hour episodes.
God I loved this show.
What sucks is when they rebroadcast the show a few years ago they had to cut out the Wolfman bits because of licensing rights for the songs.
Used to watch a lot of PBS when I was 4-5.
I don't know if it was just in my area, being somewhat rural, but there would be long periods of time where they showed the title cards of the upcoming program.
I watched an absolute fuckton of random, weird kids shows that I can vaguely remember, but couldn't remember the name of, and sometimes can't even google them.
One was about kids that hung out at a cabin and did basic learning shit for homeschooled kids to learn from.
One had some dragon puppet in it, but it was really shitty.
This was around 1993 or so.
I remember pulling on my pud at a young age watching this.
Implying anyone can forget such such a ridiculous roster of top notch kiwi qts.
And that they went five? fucking seasons before anyone even thought cleaning up the garbage they had outside their door.
Of the original four?
Jerry O'Connell's character was merged with another character in a sliding accident - Jerry O'Connell left the show and this new character went on until the end of the series, where he is about to jump into a portal to the original character's Earth - but the series was cancelled on this cliffhanger.
John Rhys-Davies' character is left behind on another world, but the actor continues on as a double of the original character, who is shot and killed in a later episode.
Sabrina Lloyd's character was tortured, experimented on, then sent to a "breeder camp" and raped for an unknown amount of time before dying off-screen. I'm not even kidding.
Cleavant Derricks' character is the only one of the original four who makes it to the last episode. He jumps through the portal to his Earth, and the series ends.
There were also a few other characters that joined up, and had various fates, but I doubt you care about them.
i went to this summer camp...took out a sailing boat without permission in a storm and cut all the swim lanes with my centerboard...LEGEND
Can you remember the name of an australian show about a family that buys a zoo after the dad dies? i cant remember for the life o me the name and it seems im the only one that remembers it
Don't forget that all of them but Arturo got home, but it was taken over by the same group that put Wade in the breeding camps.
Also John Rhys-Davies originally wrote The Exodus, but the new showrunner in season 3 apparently hated him so much he had it completely rewritten so that not only was it awful but he also died in it.
They got home more than once.
There's another episode where they don't have much time to test whether it's the right Earth before they need to slide again.
Quinn tests his house's rusty gate, and it doesn't squeak. They all get sad and slide away.
Then his mother walks out of the hour with a handyman and thanks him for oiling the gate.
Contributing with Australia's best.
"The Genie from Down Under"
This is a real, actual show that aired when I was a kid.
The best part is that it's the fat kid from Stand by Me.
>live on shit dirt road in the 90s
>only access to anime was 13 base broadcast channels
>based UPN21 bringing me anime in the 90s
>gerhard reinke's wanderlust
a short lived mock-travel show that aired on comedy central probably 10 years ago. and it was amazing.
Yes, in the first season, but only stayed for like 10 seconds or so because their "test" was the squeaky gate to the house which the mailman just finished oiling before they arrived. So, they left.
This shit used to scare me as a kid
Does anyone remember a kids show where there is an alien kid going to high school or something. He had spiky hair and aliens contacted him through his hair like it was an antenna? I can't for the life of me remember the name.