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Here is a listing of the shows that were represented at last night's Mini-Smithees Primaries. And also a new icon so those of you who missed UCon don't get to miss the carpeting. Dear God, the Carpeting.

Fire Serpent (2007)
Raw Force (1982) (AKA Kung Fu Cannibals. Heh.)
Ultracop 2000 (1992)
Dawn of the Mummy (1981)
Absolute Zero (2006)
Time Changer (2002)
The Horrible Dr. Bone$ (2000)
Anaconda III: Offspring (2008) (or as we like to say, Hoffspring)
.com for Murder (2002)
House of the Dead 2 (2005)
How to Make a Monster (2001)
Mr. Ice Cream Man(1996)
Dressed to Fight (1979) (AKA Dragon of the Lost Ark)
The Day Time Ended (1980)
Birdemic (2010)
The Second Coming of Suzanne (1974)
Witchouse II: Blood Coven (2000)
The Brainiac (1962) (AKA El Baron del Terror)
99 & 44/100% Dead (1974) (AKA Call Harry Crown)
Boa (2001) (Better known as New Alcatraz)
Howling 3: the Marsupials (1987)
Fist of the North Star (1995)
Destroy All Planets (1968) (AKA...Gamela vs. Bairus? Gamela? Gamera?)
Kolobos (1999)
Hell Hounds of Alaska (1973) (AKA Die blutigen Geier von Alaska)
Hercules and the Mongols (1963) (This might not be the right Hercules against [fill in the blank]. I did not see the movie and the cover isn't helping to ID it)
Speed Demon (2003)
Predator Island (2005)
Death Drug (1978)

And there you have them. Happy hunting.



The horror....the horror.....
How did it fare?

Re: Birdemic

People appreciated the horribleness but Kevin has all the official officialness and I can't really recall rightly how anyone did. Save Hell Hounds of Alaska and The Second Coming of Suzanne got tops Worst Cover.
Am I seeing rightly that Richard Dreyfuss was in "The Second Coming of SSuzanne"? If it advances, would that be the first Smithee-nominated movie with an Oscar-winning actor in it?
Off top of my head, Ben Kingsley is in A Sound of Thunder. I'm sure there are earlier ones.
Poor Richard is 21 years too late -- the first was Jane Fonda in Smithee 1 (we were just talking about her on Facebook, in fact). We've also had Jack Nicholson and, more appropriately for the Smithees, Earnest Borgnine. There may be others, but those are the three that I can think of.