|Directed by||Ted Nicolaou|
|Produced by||Charles Band|
Keith S. Payson
|Written by||Charles Band|
|Edited by||Carol Oblath|
|Distributed by||Paramount Home Video|
Bad Channels is a 1992 American science fiction spoof Direct-to-video film, produced by Full Moon Features and released by Paramount Home Video. It is about two aliens (Cosmo & Lump) who invade a radio station with the intention of capturing female humans, by using radio broadcasts. The hero is a DJ forced to combat the aliens alone when listeners think he is joking about the invasion.
A semi-sequel was released in the form of Dollman vs. Demonic Toys, a crossover film featuring characters from Dollman, Demonic Toys and Bad Channels. The film also has its own soundtrack composed and performed by Blue Öyster Cult.
- Paul Hipp ... Dan O'Dare
- Martha Quinn ... Lisa Cummings
- Aaron Lustig ... Vernon Locknut
- Ian Patrick Williams ... Dr. Payne
- Charlie Spradling ... Cookie
- Robert Factor ... Willis
- Roumel Reaux ... Flip Humble
- Rodney Ueno ... Moon
Cinemaphile gave it a bad review, 0/4 stars, calling it a "mess" and saying "I fear that the creators of this movie must have had brain tissue damaged sometime in their lifetimes." The Film Fiend was more positive, calling it "hilariously cheesy". Classic Rock Magazine described the soundtrack as "a grotesque mistake".
- A set of collectible cards.
- Keyes, David (1998). "Bad Channels (Review)". Cinemaphile. Retrieved 1 October 2013.
- "Review: Bad Channels". The Film Fiend. December 14, 2007. Archived from the original on 4 October 2013. Retrieved 1 October 2013.
- "Bad Channels (Album review)". Classic Rock Magazine. September 2006. Archived from the original on 4 October 2013. Retrieved 1 October 2013.
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