For those of you who don't know (meaning you have never met me) Matt and I have a great affinity for terrible movies of all genres.
|Best use of green frosting I have ever seen.|
|Spoiler Alert: This blog's title is from the movie. That is how important it is in my life.|
We cannot recommend these two gems enough (2 drink minimums are suggested).
Cliche-writing, giant plot holes, continuity that defies time and space- we can't get enough of it. So when we gained access to Netflix Instant Watch on our smart tv, we got super excited for the treasure trove of D Movies.
So last night, looking to be entertained in a non-cooking show forum, Matt, Marie, and I embarked on choosing THE WORST option that still had a recognizable celebrity in it ( Sam had school work...nerd.). Ghost Cat, starring Ellen Page (of Juno fame), was the unanimous winner.
|Also written by a stripper.|
With fond memories of Bill Cosby's Ghost Dad at the front of our minds, we watched.
Alas, Ghost Cat was rarely on screen, and never talked about Jello Pudding Pops or demon worshipping cab drivers (<----ACTUAL CHARACTER IN GHOST DAD). But Sam did pop to inspire us with singing other movie themes and substituting all the words with "Ghost Cat". Ghostbusters, Jurassic Park, Star Wars, no iconic theme was spared.
In the end Ghost Cat scored people $50k (come to my house next!), saved animals from suffocation of fumes,saved humans and animals from fire, and caused the bad guys to crash their car and get caught. Oh and it knocked over a bunch of stuff, walked on people's faces, put paw prints all over the floor and other normal cat shenanigans. Even in death these things are a NUISANCE. How can a cat be a ghost? Cats have no souls!!!
Bill Cosby, please make Ghost Grandpa ASAP.
UPDATE: Just found out about Ghost Shark. MUST SEE.