If you thought Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus was awesome, wait until you see this! (slight sarcasm)
OT- This Movie Looks REALLY Good
but Dinocroc vs. Supergator...now that's some quality entertainment.
Only if you're drunk.
I don't even think I could force myself to watch it while drunk.
One of the most pointless rebrandings ever. Note that the f is not capitalized. Syfy. Reminds me of "Syphilis."
I guess maybe the idea was to somehow embed the "fantasy" genre into the name, since a lot of what they do has nothing to do with science fiction.
I think it was so they could trademark the name. They couldn't trademark 'SciFi' since it's already a commonly used term. So they changed the spelling into something unique that they could brand and make some $ of off. But yeah, it's pretty terrible.
I actually was really excited to see that movie, not as good as i hoped. Now a bad movie would be the 40 year old virgin, who nocked up sarah marshal and felt superbad about it
I thought it was going to be everyone discussing how excited they are for Inception.
Read about Rolling Stone review saying the movie is too smart for the viewing public?
SyFy has just broken the 7th seal of the apocalypse... We are all screwed.
No matter what, it will never match the genius of Shark Attack 3: Megalodon.
David Lean just WISHES he could've gotten the rights to that. The Ben Hur of shark attack movies.
I don't understand how there is a market for these pieces of shit. Who actually watches them? Instead of making these stupid flicks they should save up so they have a decent budget to make a REAL movie.
Early Saturday morning, a little hung over, terrible movies, but very funny. Because of this, they should also be on TBS, where I think, rebranded as comedies, they might actually find a market. Now as for that market you're speaking of that actually watches them for the entertainment they're intended to be... though a very good looking Winnie Cooper was in one I saw a couple monthes ago that had some very funny moments...
As for your last comments, if they saved up money they still couldn't compete with a real movie. I loved District 9, and it didn't have a huge budget, but even with the budget it had and if Syfy saved money, they wouldn't see something like that. The movie would still automatically lose respect and be dismissed as a movie that could make a cinema release. Because of this, and the fact that they just need to fill time slots, taking up 2 hours with a crappy movie, to them, probably makes sense. Lifetime does the same thing as far as I'm concerned, but my mom loves those crappy movies so maybe some dude I've never spoken to really loves Syfy. But that may be why I don't know him...
I'd totally fight Eddie Pinetti for her.
That they're building up a library for the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000.
7/2, with Joel and company riffing on a movie.
Since a lot of Syfy "original" movies are just bad rehashes of real Hollywood films, comedian Patrice O'Neal did a great bit on the Opie & Anthony show riffing on how the channel could remake and rename certain movies to avoid any intellectual property issues. Some examples were: Jurassic Park="Dinosaur Forest"; Terminator= "Robot Killer From the Future"; Predator= "Space Jungle Hunter"; Back to the Future= "Time Car"; and my favorite, Iron Man= "Steel Dude"
Do they do a cover of Tik Tok?
is tik tok? A breath mint?
...or my favorite version:
Intentional or otherwise.
Oh well. I imagine we'll see her soon on an episode of Celebrity Rehab.
These fries are REALLY good