|The Townleybomb |
Oh man, peep that action!
"You guys realize what this means?"
"We don't have dicks anymore?"
I remember staying up all night waiting for this to come on in the morning because I thought it was called Vampires and I was really in to Type O Negative and the Sisters of Mercy. I was slightly disappointed at the time.
I've occasionally tried to look this show up on IMDB and elsewhere, and the information is pretty consistently lean, like everyone's too embarrassed to talk about it. On IMDB nobody's willing to fess up to being Van He'llsing*, despite his being a pivotal** character.
*: Yes, that's the name of the British hippie with the yarn hat: Van He'llsing.
**: "Pivotal" by whatever scale applies to this show.
Nothing happens in this clip that isn't really stupid
Taking this from Wikipedia: "In 2000, the John Entwistle Band released Music from Van Pires as an official album and soundtrack to the series. It was John Entwistle's last solo album before his death two years later." VAN-PIRES KILLED JOHN ENWISTLE LIKE STREET FIGHTER KILLED RAUL JULIA
Seven Arts/H8 Red
Raul Julia played M. Bison as a favour for his children. I don't know what Entwistle's excuse was for this. Maybe the money was good, but the bad title pun should have been fair warning.
|Hank Friendly |
this is simply mind blowing
Does this in any way tie in with the "Turbo Teen" cartoon?
|The Mothership |
If that were my classic car collection I'd be fucking pissed.
|Caminante Nocturno |
I wonder what the auditions for this show were like.
Say what you want, but David Cronenberg or Shinya Tsukamoto could have a lot of fun with this concept.
10 inch mechanical prehensile dicks all up in this bitch.
|B. Weed |
I saw an episode of this one Sunday morning and wondered if I'd ever be able to convince people it existed.
"Hi Mom, sorry for being out so late... I've been magically transformed into a car/human hybrid and I'm never coming home again, because I have to fight other car/human hybrid things. Don't worry, some pot smoking guitarist from a junkyard is gonna help me."
Every time I think CGI is evil in today's media entertainment (i.e. Smufs, Yogi Bear), I think back to when it was novel enough that just about any bad idea that involved it was greenlit.
We've done it. We've finally found something that makes "Photon" look intelligent by comparison.
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