There’s a reason we don’t often go to the made-for-TV well, and it’s because we fear falling into that abyss never to be seen again. But sometimes a project intrigues you so much that you can’t help but gaze into it anyway.
This week we discuss the 1990 made-for-TV Disney film A Mom For Christmas! Directed by George Miller—”Zeus & Roxanne” George Miller, not “Happy Feet” George Miller—this film frequently verges on becoming a weird bit of body horror involving mannequins, alive and otherwise.
We weren’t sure what to expect here, but we wound up talking about soup for breakfast, mannequins on film, speculation on the forthcoming Christmas Story sequel, and a whole lot more!
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Author: Christmas Creeps
Title: Episode 134: A Mom For Christmas