Big Green Giants battle it out in June on Zone Horror
21st May 08
This is a press release I just couldn't resist sharing with you, mainly because we love Swamp Thing here at eatmybrains.com and think you should give him some big green love too. And the Hulk? Well, who doesn't love the Hulk?
Zone Horror is going to make sure you eat your greens! To celebrate the return of the Hulk to our cinemas, Zone Horror plays ringmaster to a celebrity death match with the big green guy taking on the big vegetable guy.
The Trial of the Incredible Hulk airs Saturday June 14 at 11:30
Talk about anger management issues! Radiation turns a scientist into a raging green behemoth whenever he gets agitated. Having been locked up for a crime he did not commit, David Banner teams up with Marvel-lous sidekick Daredevil to fight Wilson Fisk (John Rhys-Davies) and his criminal organisation. Starring Bill Bixby as Dr. David Banner and professional body builder Lou Ferrigno as his big green alter ego.
1989. Director: Bill Bixby. Cert: PG
Swamp Thing airs Saturday June 14 at 15:30
Early gunge-tastic horror by Wes Craven. Based on the popular DC comic-book created by Len Wein and Bernie Wrightson, the film is set in the Louisiana bayous, where a toxic spill transforms a scientist into a burly green Swamp Thing who can magically heal the dead with his glowing touch. Busty babe Adrienne Barbeau must help him keep his rejuvenation formula safe from the baddies.
1982. Director: Wes Craven. Cast: Ray Wise, Louis Jourdan, David Hess. Cert: PG
The Incredible Hulk Returns airs Sunday June 15 at 11:30
The raging green abomination returns to battle the God of Thunder himself, Thor, while his geeky alter ego, David Banner, continues to research a cure for his beastly affliction.
1988. Director: Nicholas Corea. Cast: Bill Bixby, Eric Allan Kramer. Cert: PG
The Return of Swamp Thing airs Sunday June 15 at 15:30
Slimy superhero action starring Heather Locklear. When an evil scientist's experiments create an army of mutants, Swamp Thing is on hand to save the day.
1989. Director: Jim Wynorski. Cast: Louis Jordan, Heather Locklear, Dick Durock, Sarah Douglas. Cert: PG.
27th Jun 05 If there is any kind of discernable message in White Noise, itís donít mess around with EVP. Point taken. Itís a confusing film and Iím really sorry to say that Keatonís performance is flat, dull, disappointing