|CT04 - Legacy of Blood|
|Release Date||October 9, 2008|
Will to Die
|Movie Director||Cal Monson|
|Preceded by||The Wasp Woman|
|Followed by||Santa Claus Conquers the Martians|
A group of family members must spend the night in their deceased patriarch's mansion in order to secure their inheritance. During the night, they become the targets of an unknown killer.
- Not to be confused with the 1978 horror film Legacy of Blood
Prologue (Walk into the Theater): Joel and Josh begin to question why they are in the compound, and about the electron scaffold. The administrators are adamant about their cause to save digital media. Also, chewing gum has been banned from the theater.
Interruption 1: Armed guards rush into the theater and force Frank to give up his gum.
Interruption 2: Trace stops the movie to play "Which Thing Won't Kill You?". Josh is the contestant.
- Grant Baciocco
- John Lovick
- Michael Rayner
- Chris Pearce
- Vinny Imbriale
- Sean Spillane
Quotes & References
- "Wow Dad was watching a lot of Scooby-Doo before he died"
Scooby-Doo was a popular cartoon whose many incarnations dealt with mysteries and monsters.
- "I lurve you. I loave you..."
Frank is quoting a line from Woody Allen's film Annie Hall in which Allen's character claims that "love" is not a strong enough word to describe how he feels.
- "Why is he dressed like the bastard Partridge kid?"
A reference to The Partridge Family.
- "Anyone in the mood for a Village Person?"
Making fun of one of the character's wardrobe that resembles one of the Village People.
- "Oh, you're gifted but can you do Joe Don Baker about to explode? Perfect..."
Joe Don Baker was featured in 2 movies used on MST3K.
- "Honey, it says here I might be a redneck if I use my book as a coaster..."
A reference to Jeff Foxworthy's ongoing gag "You might be a redneck".
- "Heeere's the actor playing Johnny!"
Slightly altered version of the well-known quote from The Shining, inspired by Ed McMahon's introduction of Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show.
- "Wax on....Wax off...."
Well-known line from The Karate Kid.