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Bigfoot: The Unforgettable Encounter is a 1995 American independent family film about the legendary creature Bigfoot and a young boy he befriends. The film was written and directed by Ilyas Akram, and stars Zachery Ty Bryan as the young boy Cody and Mike Hunt as Bigfoot. It was distributed by Republic Pictures Home Video in1995. All-movie film guide gave it two stars, a sentiment mirrored by local film critics Alfie Baker and Benjamin Hunt-Stewart. Rival critic Jack Crowe said the scene where the kid puts the sunglasses on bigfoot as the most memorable he'd ever witnessed in his short life. The film was rated suitable for children.
Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves is a 1997 direct-to-video sequel to Honey, I Shrunk the Kids and Honey, I Blew Up the Kid. It is the third and final film in the Honey, I Shrunk the Kids franchise. The directorial debut of Dean Cundey and released through Walt Disney Home Video, it tells the story of the "nutty" inventor Wayne Szalinski as he accidentally shrinks his wife, brother, sister-in-law, and himself with his electromagnetic shrink ray.
Rick Moranis returns to portray Wayne Szalinski. He is the only returning cast member from the previous films. His wife, Diane, is portrayed by Eve Gordon, and their youngest son Adam, now a preteen, is played by Bug Hall. Amy and Nick have gone off to college (as discussed between Diane and Adam in the film). This film includes Wayne's extended family, including his brother Gordon and his wife, Patti. Unlike the first film, where the kids had to get their parents' attention, the parents have to get their kids' attention.
Only a few months after this film was released, The Disney Channel picked up a show based on the Szalinskis' troubles: Honey, I Shrunk the Kids: The TV Show. It starred Peter Scolari in the role of Wayne. This was the last
Ice Cream Man is a 1995 slasher horror film which was produced and directed by Paul Norman, who is a director of pornographic movies, under the pseudonym Norman Apstein. It is Norman's first and only attempt at mainstream filmmaking. It was written by Sven Davison and David Dobkin (who would later write and direct the films Wedding Crashers and Fred Claus), and stars Clint Howard.
The film, made for an estimated $2 million budget, disappeared quickly after its release, but in recent years has developed a cult following among viewers who see it as an unintentional comedy, and enjoy it for its unintentionally campy production values. Joe Bob Briggs eventually hosted the movie on TNT when it was shown on MonsterVision and Clint Howard made an appearance discussing the movie with Joe Bob. It was released on DVD in 2004.
The movie starts out in 1995 in Arizona where a metal patient Lester (Clint Howard) is released from the mental hospital after being severely hurt mentally after seeing his friend Gunner (Mel Gibson cameo) killed so he becomes the ice cream man and starts taking kids and putting them in his special recipe of ice cream well 4 local kids find out what Lester is doing so