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


“Today’s installment is a return to form – and a reminder that this whole thing began as a test to see if I could continually create one bad movie pitch after another.  I do believe this is the baddest of the bunch… and if you’ve been keeping track at home, that’s really saying something.”

- Andy Cosby (Twitter)

“Hair today, gone tomorrow…”


After purchasing the finest toupee middle-management money can buy, handcrafted from real human hair, a balding San Francisco ad executive  is horrified to discover that his new hairpiece is haunted by the ghost of the donor — a deceased Chinese woman whose restless spirit is now hell bent on taking vengeance against those responsible for her murder.  Slowly but surely succumbing to possession by the haunted toupee, the follicly challenged fellow embarks on a mad killing spree, inadvertently uncovering a conspiracy between the Chinese mafia and some corrupt cops, which ultimately climaxes in a bloody showdown in the streets of Chinatown.

Nick Says: Please tell me the last act has the man dying, the toupee detaching itself from his head, and it going on a murder bender in its own hairy way.





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.