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


“I’ve had the unique pleasure of working with Darren Aronofksy on a couple of different movie projects, and I can say without question that he is not just a genius but also a truly delightful human being. His unique twist on Swan Lake is hands down my favorite film of the year, and I hope it gets the recognition it deserves. Now let’s make fun of it!”

- Andy Cosby (Twitter)

“He’s his own worst enemy.”


When Michael Jai White discovers they’re planning a big budget remake of the Spawn movie, he figures he’s a shoe-in for the lead, only to discover that the studio wants to go in a different direction, hoping to cast some fresh-faced up-and-comer instead of allowing Michael to reprise his role.  Reading between the lines, he begs a favor from a professional makeup artist friend and disguises himself as a white guy to audition for the part.  Surprisingly, he nails it and is cast immediately, with shooting to begin in only a few short weeks.  Things are great at first, but then Michael begins to succumb to the pressures of playing both Spawn and maintaining his new Caucasian alter ego, culminating in a mental breakdown that threatens to destroy the production as well as Michael’s delicate psyche.

Nick Says: I would see this movie 100 times.





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 or SyFy.