From the mind behind the mega-hit Syfy show you’ve probably never heard of (EUREKA) comes a tribute to all those no-budget Syfy original movies and the “so bad, they’re good” films that inspired them. Move over Roger Corman, step back Ed Wood, make way on your weekend programming schedule Mr. Stern, because here comes Andrew Cosby’s 365 DAYS OF SCI-FI.

And it’s all happening here! Each day, your friends at CHUD will bring you a brand new bad movie pitch — the best of the worst title Cosby can come up with, no matter where he’s at or what he’s doing, rain or shine, drunk or sober. That’s a whole year of the quality concepts you’ve come to expect from the network that brought you MANSQUITO and SHARKTOPUS.

365 days of Sci-Fi Archive

And now… DAY FOURTY-SEVEN:

“Yesterday’s title was so completely asinine, I figured what the hell… let’s make it a double-feature!”

- Andy Cosby (Twitter)

“Every killer needs a signature.”

Pitch:

Inadvertently snubbed at a book signing by comics legend Stan Lee, an emotionally disturbed young man, Walter Meeks, becomes obsessed with his idol and begins stalking him, following Stan wherever he goes, tweeting him relentlessly, calling him at all hours, collecting the garbage he leaves behind, even eating his leftovers at restaurants. Eventually, when Stan’s car breaks down on the 101 freeway, Walter seizes the opportunity, kidnapping Stan and holding him hostage in his mother’s basement, where Walter then forces him to collaborate on the penultimate comic book masterpiece. But when Stan finally turns over the story (still unsigned), the fan goes berserk, and poor Stan Lee is left fighting for his life as he attempts to escape the maniac through the streets of Los Angeles.

Nick Says: It’d be funny if the bad guy wins, and Stan Lee joins JCVD & Bill Murray as celebrities who play themselves and die in media. I think Geoffrey Arend will do great work as Meeks.

Disclaimer:

This article series is in no way affiliated with SyFy. This is a creative experiment and ongoing test of nerves that is perpetrated by a few insane people and should be construed as such. If for some reason these people actually make one of these as a feature it must be chalked up to their own lunacy. These are the intellectual property of Mr. Andrew Cosby and not the property of CHUD.com or SyFy.