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Archer - Dr. Krieger shares his work
04/04/11, 21:27

Unfortunately, I looked awhile ago and couldn't find a clip of Dr. Krieger and his virtual girlfriend.

"Oh, Krieger-san. Soon we will be married, yes?"
Archer - Dr. Krieger shares his work
04/04/11, 21:25

What really sells it is the emphasis on "...he's learning."
Webcam video, from the man who brought you the Chipotle Q&A
04/04/11, 06:43

Well, that certainly is a downer to watch.
Run with Us - Hobo With a Shotgun Version
03/31/11, 11:53

I am in general leery of films that are so obviously contrived, that were put together by people deliberately aiming for cult status from the get go, whether it's some exercise in lifeless fanboyish homage, or pretentious, phony excursions into "weirdness" or just bad amateur movies trying to get a free pass as a cult flick.

That said, Hobo was refreshing for it's lack of the director and writers constantly nudging and winking at the audience, and managing to at least look and feel like a true exploitation film - the original trailer looked like it cost $1K or something to make, and the film looks like it cost maybe $3K.
Me loves me my brushes II
03/29/11, 08:28

Oh yeah, that's right. That's the stuff. And it's not a problem. I can quit any time I want.
Prince of Darkness - Wyndham's Message
03/29/11, 08:11

Also of note, the phrase "In fact, you will not be saved!" from the "possessed asisstant typing away" scene is a reference to the poem "Nightmare, with Angels" by Stephen Vincent Benet, author of stories like By The Waters of Babylon. The poem appeared in the frontispiece of the 1975 disaster novel "The Prometheus Crisis" by Frank Robinson and Thomas Scortia, a pre-3 Mile Island/Chernobyl/Fukishima novel about a massive California nuclear power complex that undergoes a 1-in-a-billion meltdown. And Carpenter had written a script for a film based on the novel, but the project was scrapped.

The poem be found here:

http://www.hellhed.com/ponmangl.html

Nor did he have much conversation, except to say,
"You will not be saved by General Motors or the pre-
fabricated house.
You will not be saved by dialectic materialism or the
Lambeth Conference.
You will not be saved by Vitamin D or the expanding
universe.
In fact, you will not be saved."
Prince of Darkness - Wyndham's Message
03/29/11, 07:42

Autotune the AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
Desslok
03/27/11, 22:55

Raising up his hand at the end, as if to signal "Please, fellows, that's enough of your slavish adulation...for now."
I'd Buy That for Dollar
03/27/11, 22:49

And I think we all know what "that" is, right? Eh? Eh? Nudge nudge know what I mean? Eh?
Kittens lay waste to a space outpost.
03/26/11, 06:20

COMING SOON

PLANET OF THE KITTENS

A rare glimpse of Cat Fu fighting technique
03/25/11, 22:37

HA HA IS FUNNY, DA?
Previously On X-Men (Part 2)
03/24/11, 23:29

The artwork on this show brings to mind the quality of art you'd see in some short-lived superhero comic published in the 80's during the "black & white" boom and bust, with the costume design of the chromium 90s.
Pleasure droid ad from Armageddon: The Final Challenge
03/24/11, 16:55

As well as a face upgrade.
Some dude laments the demise of super porn torrent sites Empornium and Pure TNA
03/24/11, 14:38

"Sorry about my beard, I was having trouble growing one so I just got some dryer lint, dyed it black and glued it to my face."
Elizabeth Taylor - White Diamonds (1991)
03/24/11, 11:05

SNL had a parody of commercial; in it "Elizabeth Taylor" is filmed through an even gauzier lens to the point where she's mostly a blur, then it keeps cutting to Phil Hartman exclaiming how beautiful and youthful she appears.
Boom! (1968)
03/24/11, 11:01

The late 60's/early 70's were the time for those sort of failed star-studded big studio art films. They at least make for interesting failures.
Operation Endgame: Entrance Scene
03/23/11, 20:45

Seriously, a set of repetitive fights in offices and cubicles involving some of the least convincing stuntmen this side of a DTV Steven Segal flick and some really lame humor straining for "Dr. Strangelove" levels of satire and failing badly - it's more of a shock this dreck was released at all instead of just being dumped on direct-to-video.
1990 ABC News feature on Detroit and mayor Coleman Young
03/23/11, 19:10

Soon there'll be nothing but roving bands of homeless people and gangs of feral Juggalos. It'll be like living in an Italian-produced Escape from New York/Mad Max ripoff flick from the 1980's except even more shabby and depressing.
How many times do they say 'sex' in an episode of The Secret Life of the American Teenager?
03/23/11, 15:46

I just love how this show was presented as some sort of serious look at the lives of these kids these days and it's actually just an extremely trashy soap-opera.
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost's 'Star Wars'
03/19/11, 21:27

"I DON'T F(BLEEP)ING KNOW!"

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