I don’t think even Coleman Francis could tell you what Red Zone Cuba was about.
I found it an excellent palate cleanser after that one time I tried to get through a whole Twilight in one go and failed miserably.
Hamlet. Yes, I’ve seen it, blahblah. Somebody likes their Polonius riff. Yadda yadda. Nope.
Fu Manchu. No!
No means no!
Mitchell. Never again! No! Stop touching me Mitchell! I don’t know you, stranger, stop touching me!
Kitten with a Whip. Never again. This is battery acid, you slime! Never again!
/* Oh yeah, and the Lassie movie. Gross. Never again.
And Sidehack &c. Just greasy crap. Never again.
"Diabolik* can diaFire. Never again.
From TNG and beyond? Most any movie in color not hosted by Emily, and especially none featuring kids. I hate kids. And generally movies featuring them. Some exceptions, but, sorry, not sorry, I’m not interested in 1980s and beyond nostalgia features, with some exceptions. I don’t like to puke, and I don’t like hipsters, and I don’t like kids, and I just won’t have it.
One would have to wonder what a Coleman Francis commentary track for Red Zone Cuba would sound like and consist of…
OMG! That would be epic to hear: Well, you see, we had this footage… we found in a box in the desert… and well…
Would that not be fantastic?
There’s even odds that it would have been just as coherent - IF NOT LESS - than his narration for The Beast of Yucca Flats!
Sorry, that still doesn’t entice me to try that episode. Bleak episodes don’t do anything for me.
Hamlet. ‘Nough said.