GeneralJameson - 2009-08-14 Remember when I rode my bike after school to the local vid store (the one on other side of the tracks, the one that would rent porn to anyone ). I got there right when the UPS guy did..snagged it up...hit my buddies house...stuck it in the top load vhs...had 2 Mickeys big mouths....and had the time of our lives...ahh 1987.
StanleyPain - 2009-08-14 I can't even begin to truly describe the effect this film had on my life, so I'll just say "GOTCHA, DIDN'T I?? YA LITTLE SUCKER!!!"
mon666ster - 2009-08-14 I'm in the same boat. The grooviest movie to ever be groovy.
I never understood why people like these movies so much. Oh, I get it, you need something to say to one another while working at Olive Garden.
kiint - 2009-08-14 it's so annoying because when I'm between shifts I really want to chat about Tarkovsky and the Realist Schools' impact on cinema through its portrayal of the duality of mankind, but all these guys want to do is run around screaming "COME TO DADDY!" and "WHO'S LAUGHING NOW!" while waving their arms around...sigh...time to go refill the bread baskets again.
Louis Armstrong - 2009-08-14 You sir are an idiot. Thats what Office Space is for. "Well the nazis had pieces of flair but they made the jews wear them."
tamago - 2009-08-15 @voodoo pork: The concept of 'fun' is lost on you, isn't it? You poor shell of human being.
FABIO - 2009-08-15 It's decent, but nothing that great. I think it's just nostalgia talking when Campbell purists say this is better than Army of Darkness.
(Dead Alive was better than both)
voodoo_pork - 2009-08-15 I think most of my joyless, robotic existence is looking for things that douchebag frat boys in polo shirts haven't ruined yet.
I journey on.
sosage - 2009-08-16 Army of Darkness is for people that thought ED2's comedy was too subtle...wait...is that possible? More breadsticks please!