MPM: S05/E10 – Schuck On My Corn-Cob!

This kid is obviously not up to shennanigans.

Hello everyone! Thanks again for checking out another episode of Motion Picture Meltdown! Happy belated Memorial Day weekend, and sorry for the late posting, but look at it this way, you get TWO great episodes this week! In this episode, Mark, Philip, and myself roast through two of the shittier (but far from the shittiest) Stephen King short story adaptations that have been brought to the big screen. The original 1984 Children of the Corn and 1990’s Graveyard Shift. In this episode, we talk about the logic of a bunch of five-year olds taking over a redneck town, believing in God/Satan, Terrible ratborpion creatures, and vague responses to someone asking you about murders. Enjoy!

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Sketchiest kid ever.
What’s worse, looking like Linda Hamilton? Or Death?
Remember when this happened? Because it didn’t.
Chuckie!!!!!
Terrifying

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