Monster of the Day #198 Updated on February 15, 2011 By Ken Begg 14 Comments Calista Flockhart, no! Tweet Pin It Related PostsMonster of the Day #1678 (Dec 18, 2017) Monster of the Day #1677 (Dec 15, 2017) Monster of the Day #1676 (Dec 14, 2017) Monster of the Day #1675 (Dec 13, 2017) Monster of the Day #1674 (Dec 12, 2017) By Ken Begg http://jabootu.net Tork_110 YES! I was going to suggest this but I wasn’t sure if it had been done yet. I love this movie, even if I agree with your take on it. Have you seen the sequel? I’d like to hear your opinion about it. Mr. Rational I like this movie probably more than it deserves. BeckoningChasm I love this movie. I sleep now. Ericb ok, give me a hint. Where is this from? The Rev. Ericb, you don’t know this one? Man, get lost! Ken Begg “Ericb, you don’t know this one? Man, get lost!” It’s true! This is a serious skeleton in your closet, my friend! Ericb Ok, thanks, I got it now! Gamera I can’t help but love how instead of taking a hacksaw and removing the eyebolt from the lost skeleton’s cranium they instead covered it with a big wad of putty. After seeing this movie now instead of doing lab work at my job- I say that I’m ‘doing science!’ Rock Baker I felt the sequel was actually a bit more fun. (I think I just expected too much from this one. That, and my inner war of accepting it as a comedy against wishing it were actually a straight B picture.) Now I understand Larry is working on a thrid film (!) to be called The Lost Skeleton Walks Among Us! I’m looking forward to it just to listen to the commentary track, since Larry’s crew provides some of the most fun commentaries you can find (and I’m not big on commentary tracks). Matty Boy Anderson “I’m a scientist. I don’t believe in anything.” Ken Begg “Things are not always important!” Petoht “This horrible mutilation has a whole lot of people on a whole lot of edges.” I loved the circular, clunky dialogue. Also loved the husband and wife calling each other by their full names. The special features are worth watching too, as the actors talk about how they treated it as acting as an actor in a film. The best part about the sequel was probably Jungle Brad. Rock Baker Yes, the man who wouldn’t think of going into the jungle without an umbrella stand provided plenty of laughs! “I’m pretty sure he’s sleeping this time!” Still, I find myself reflecting on Ranger Brad’s wisdom just as often (“I guess I’ve seen bears do things even a bear wouldn’t do”). Tork_110 Oh well.