TortureVision: A podcast on unfunny sitcoms and abysmal box office bombs.
Follow that Bird (1985)
When a closed-minded segregationist group, The Feathered Friends, learns that Big Bird is living amongst mixed races (and species) on Sesames Street, they scramble to find him a “proper” birds-only home. Once relocated, Big Bird gets homesick and attempts to find his way back to Sesame Street.Really Simple Syndication
Teen Wolf (1985)
High school student Scott Howard (played by 23 year old Michael J. Fox) finds himself going through some very unique life changes. At first he believes his troubles to be (late) puberty, but they're soon revealed to be hereditary lycanthropy! He tries to hide his condition, for all of two minutes, but an unexpected transformation on the school basketball court reveals his unusual secret to the public. Now both Scott and the residents of Beacontown must find a way to deal with the cold, hard truth that werewolves exist!Really Simple Syndication
Today we take a look at "7th Heaven," in light of Stephen Collins' recent child molestation allegations. We also investage Collin's website before it is taken down to see what kind of insight we can get from a fallen star.Really Simple Syndication
A Woman Scorned (1992)
Betty's an irrational woman who treats her husband badly, so he ultimately files for divorce. Feeling spurned by the split, Betty makes it her full-time job to stalk and harass her ex-husband (as well as his new love interest). Unfortunately, this game of bitch-and-mouse ends in tragedy- a classic trademark of your average Lifetime movies. We watched this trashy biopic (“based on a true story”) with our mother in celebration of Mother's Day... because dear old mom enjoys this kind of dismal stuff.Really Simple Syndication