The Stiff Gaiden: Alistair and Dan (Part 1, Page 2)

The Stiff Gaiden: Alistair and Dan (Part 1, Page 2)

Thus concludes the first Alistair/Dan side story. If I posted my old VHS home movies from the early ’90s, it might make more sense…..

At the time you read this, we’ll be on the road from Seattle to San Francisco, with stops in Portland, Eugene and Reno! See you soon, California! For anyone who’s been waiting for orders from the Mock Man Store while we’re moving, thanks for your patience, I’ll get to them as soon as we’re moved in sometime around September 10-15!

NEXT UPDATE: Sometime next week

Discussion (3)¬

  1. Night-Gaunt says:

    The second CHUD film was totally unlike the first. It was much more humorous.

    “Prophecy” I know could have been better. It has potential as it shows from the story.

  2. There was a second “CHUD” film??

    I saw the “Prophecy” poster as a kid and it terrified me. I saw the movie a bit later and was mostly disappointed.

  3. Night-Gaunt says:

    Yes it was more humor less monster. Robert Vaughn and June Lockhart are in it.

    C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D.
    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    For other uses, see CHUD (disambiguation).
    C.H.U.D II: Bud the C.H.U.D.
    UK DVD cover for the film
    Directed by David K. Irving
    Produced by Jonathan D. Krane
    Written by M. Kane Jeeves
    Starring Brian Robbins
    Tricia Leigh Fisher
    Bianca Jagger
    Music by Nicholas Pike
    Cinematography Arnie Sirlin
    Edited by Barbara Pokras
    Lightning Pictures
    Distributed by Vestron Pictures
    Release dates September 27, 1989
    Running time 84 minutes
    Country United States
    Language English

    C.H.U.D. II: Bud the C.H.U.D. is a 1989 comedy horror film, directed by David K. Irving, written by M. Kane Jeeves and stars Brian Robbins, Tricia Leigh Fisher, Bianca Jagger, and Gerrit Graham in the title role.


    It is a loose sequel to C.H.U.D., mostly in name though the ties do carry on into dialogue and plot.[1] As in the first film, C.H.U.D. stands for “Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dweller”, but the alternative acronym (Contamination Hazard Urban Disposal) is not carried over.[2]

    Originally intended for a theatrical release, the movie was released on VHS and laserdisc by Vestron Video on September 27, 1989.[3]

    In 2003, a DVD was released in the United Kingdom.[4] In the U.S., the film is currently available on DVD from Lionsgate as part of an 8 horror movie DVD set.[5] The film screened in June 2009 as Video on Demand at FEARnet.[6]