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Munchie Strikes Back (1994)

The magical Munchie is back, and if he gets in any more trouble it's off to the dullest constellation in the galaxy. Staying out of trouble has never been easy for Munchie, but this time he... See full summary »

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Linda McClelland
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Shelby Carlisle
Trenton Knight ...
Chris McClelland
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Munchie (voice)
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Kronas
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Coach Elkins
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Professor Graves
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Jennifer
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Mr. Poyndexter
Cory Mendelsohn ...
Bret
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Todd Hapner (as Jay Richardson)
Andy Wood ...
Sherman
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Shelby Carlisle Jr.
Peter Spellos ...
Umpire
Lenny Juliano ...
Chauffeur
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The magical Munchie is back, and if he gets in any more trouble it's off to the dullest constellation in the galaxy. Staying out of trouble has never been easy for Munchie, but this time he gives it his best shot. He is sent to earth and finds himself in the company of the McClelland family. As he proves himself, he becomes mixed up in the family's many problems. Munchie does his best to fulfill his duty on Earth, but not without getting involved in a little mischief. Written by Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).

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Comedy | Family | Fantasy

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Rated PG for mild violence and language | See all certifications »
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29 June 1994 (USA)  »

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El otro extraterrestre  »

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At the end of the credits you can see "The Munch will return in MUNCHIE HANGS TEN". That third part was never made. See more »

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In the Death Race 2000 sequence, an adult stunt double can clearly be seen inside the car Chris McClelland is driving. See more »

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Linda Shayne is chased by a lawn mower after the closing credits. See more »

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Edited from Screwballs (1983) See more »

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Room at the Bottom
Written by Bob Sheridan and Robert Kestler
Performed by Bob Sheridan (as Mr. Moderation)
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Not for kids, never for infants
27 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

I saw this movie, and at times, I was unnerved believing this movie 'saw me.' Munchie sullies the 'farce' for years to come. Re-watch Star Wars, Don't-watch Munchie.

As a responsible parent (I'm speaking to those who are parents now), I (you) would not let my (your) child ever partake of this video festival of the pseudo-occult. To insinuate Munchie is satanic, to a co-viewer, is likely to illicit a chilled 'duh.' He is fiendish, alien, rodential, and wholly malevolent - like the Bogey man made flesh, invisible to adults, tempting children with lifestyles they could never afford (without the income made possible by years of self denial and prudent stewardship). He is a peddler of easy answers, and false ideals. He is everything the morally conscious viewer is not. He is the devil's own Ron Popeil.

I pray (I mean this literally and figuratively, with an emphasis on the former) that this movie has not made the format jump to DVD. It is my hope that this type of 'yellow film making' died an un-mourned death in the cold nights of 1994.

Munchie also loves pizza. I forgot to mention that. It comes up a lot.


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