HNP Episode 47 - Swatting Bad Sequels on the Nose With a Rolled Up Newspaper of Goodness!
On this episode of The Holy Nerdy Podcast, we take a small peek back into the 90's as we usually do, and ponder fondly on "The Tick" animated series. Is it as good as we remembered, or has it lost it's nostalgic sheen? After the break we disect our Top 5 "Movie Sequels So Bad, That They Ruined The Original". What made these sequels so terrible in comparison with the first one? Was it the acting, story, effects, cast changes or all of the above?
A Look Back At The Tick Animated Series
How Does The New Live Action Series Compare?
Dino-Riders & Dinosaucers
Street Sharks & Bike Mice From Mars
TOP 5 "Movie Sequels So Bad, That They Ruined The Original"
Chris #5 - "Babe: Pig In The City"
Caleb #5 - "Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines"
Chris #4 - "Spider-man 3"
Caleb #4 - "Spider-man 3"
Chris #3 - "Terminator 3: Rise Of The Machines"
Caleb #3 - "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Secret Of The Ooze"
Chris #2 - "Son Of The Mask"
Caleb #2 - "The Descent 2"
Chris Honorable Mention - "Teen Wolf Too"
Caleb Honorable Mention #1 - The Star Wars Prequels
Caleb Honorable Mention #2 - "Batman Forever"
Caleb Honorable Mention #3 - "Robocop 3"
Chris #1 - "Dumb And Dumber To"
Caleb #1 - "Son Of The Mask"
Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon Bonus Episodes
Caleb and I are currently preppring for our first "Bonus" episode detailing the history as well as audio commentary of the short lived and hugely divisive series featuring our favorite psychotic chihuahua and dimwitted cat, The Ren & Stimpy: Adult Party Cartoon. We will be releasing the first episode for free soon. The next episode containing more history as well as commentary on the next episode in the series will be released as soon as we hit 10 Reviews on ITunes. Additional episodes after that will be released at 10 review intervals until we complete the animated series. We are really looking forward to these bonus episodes. We have done our homework and have compiled a treasure trove of backstory and history on creator John Kricfalusi including introductions for each episode from John K. himself.
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