lizzay
lizturtle1973
2/15/20
10:08 PM
1

And Doc is always hitting on women that are a bit young for him to boot...he’s definitely a bit of a ‘creepy uncle’ 

2/15/20
12:14 PM
1

So was Jaws and it showed some pretty gnarly stuff. 

2/15/20
9:06 AM
5

They didn't even go to the trouble of naming him something like "Dr T Archer" and then having a character with a broad Cockney accent say it out loud. 

2/14/20
10:29 PM
3

Let’s not forget A-Team, ChiPS, Knight Riders, Airwolf.

2/14/20
9:02 PM
3

the only thing I know about love boat was the girl (capt stubings daughter?) was also the young patient who suffered an untimely demise in Airplane!

2/14/20
8:19 PM
3

yep. weekend nights were the night to watch tv. Fantasy Island. Love Boat. Charlie’s Angels. Dukes of Hazzard, Dallas, The Incredible Hulk.  

2/14/20
5:11 PM
4

If they had balls, they would have cast a little person as Mr. Roarke.

2/14/20
3:13 PM
8

You had one job, movie. One. Freakin’ Job. 

2/14/20
2:12 PM
1

I re-watched Happy Death Day recently and I’d forgotten how completely not scary it was. Don’t get me wrong, I love it, but it’s not exactly a spine-tingler.

2/14/20
1:44 PM
5

I’ve never seen Fantasy Island, but just from the perspective of TV craft it seems like a pretty brilliant concept. An endless stream of standalone stories, you can play around in any genre you want, and an easy reset button at the end of the episode. Plus a perfect plug-and-play set-up for any guest star who just Read more

2/14/20
1:34 PM
13

I’d totally watch a horror anthology show with zombie Ricardo Montalbán and Hervé Villechaize as hosts.
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2/14/20
1:28 PM
35

“Maybe you remember Fantasy Island, though no one would blame you if you didn’t.”

Yeah, let’s all pretend that Fantasy Island is some obscure property that most people are completely unfamiliar with.

What’s the point of this make believe scenario?

2/14/20
1:11 PM
9

It’s kind of weird that I consider Fantasy Island the intellectually better of the two shows and I remember liking how it wasn’t limited by locale, but other than an occasional reference to the opening (“da plane, da plane”, white suits, Mr. Roarke and “Welcome to Fantasy Island”), Love Boat is the one from which I Read more

2/14/20
12:50 PM
4

Yea, but there’s occasionally a PG or PG-13 horror film that has Steven Spielberg involved that manages to BS its way past the MPAA and traumatize a generation of children.

2/14/20
12:34 PM
5

Oh, I don’t know. Are We There Yet? was PG, and it was terrifying.

2/14/20
12:22 PM
5

agreed ... save for one aspect: FUCKING PG-13.  What’s with this trend?  I’m a horror movie buff and I’ll admittedly watch, and find some value, in just about anything in the genre.  But do you know what IMMEDIATELY turns me off to a horror movie?  A rating less than R.  UGH