Two hapless Japanese electric company workers stumble upon an intergalactic bounty hunter as she attempts to capture Zeiram, a relentless alien bioweapon. Join the madness as we discuss this 1991 live-action cult classic, and its 1994 sequel. This episode is brought to you by Determined Walking.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day more than Pee Wee Herman and anthropomorphized body parts! Join us for a look at Tim Burton’s cult comedy classic, Pee Wee’s Big Adventure, and stay for Bad Johnson if you dare. This episode is brought to you by I Know You Are But What Am I.
Seven years ago this weekend, Cavebabble was released upon the universe! Join the celebration as we laugh our way through a discussion of the 1962 science fiction groaner, Journey to the 7th Planet. This episode is brought to you by Don’t Do It Karl!
Tank Girl has joined the Rippers to take on Water & Power, and the desert isn’t big enough to contain her sarcasm. Join us for a look at the 1995 cult film. Also included is Anthony singing Disney, and Eric’s song to celebrate Amber and Kevin’s wedding. This episode is brought to you by The Girl You Want.
The huge success of Star Wars inspired other studios to create their own space opera adventures. Disney sank its money into The Black Hole, released in 1979. Join us for a look at this odd combination of drama, special effects, and camp. This episode is brought to you by Robot ESP.
Before the X-Files, there was Kolchak: The Night Stalker. Join us for a look at The Ripper, the first episode from this cult classic 1970s television series. Also includes Eric’s latest song, Little Things. This episode is brought to you by Bibliophiliacs.
Proving that you never know when sharks will fall from the skies once more, Fin Shepard must save New York from Sharknado 2: The Second One. More tornadoes. More sharks. More cheese. Join us! This episode is brought to you by You Know They Had To Make It.
The entire Babble cast is back! College life is great, until the space slugs show up. Join us for a look at the 1986 cult horror classic, Night of the Creeps, directed by Fred Dekker. Aliens, zombies, sororities, and other horrific things. This episode is brought to you by Hungry Coroners.
Halloween is just around the corner, and vegetables are on the loose! No adult in Nebraska is safe with the Children of the Corn, and special effects master Stan Winston lets Pumpkinhead loose in the Appalachian Mountains. It’s a time warp to the 80s! This episode is brought to you by Miracle Grow.
Our adventures with James Bond continue with Thunderball. Release the scuba fighers! Afterward, we hop into a van with Alice Cooper for the 1984 cult movie, Monster Dog. Having never seen the film, will Valerie pass the Monster Dog Quiz? Will you? The show also includes the latest Cavebabble Eats Odd Things. This episode is brought to you by Deep Sea Dog Fighting.