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DrThunder88

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« Reply #320 on: 09-06-2008 19:36 »

Hobgob is a great one.  If you haven't seen it, watch it now.  Stop what you're doing and do it now.  You will not regret it.
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« Reply #321 on: 09-06-2008 20:41 »
« Last Edit on: 09-21-2008 15:07 »

All right, you two, I said I will!  Hot damn.
"Most epic fight ever", huh? Sounds enticing. I hope it's better than that one where Gamera swings around some kind of a bar like a gymnast...
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« Reply #322 on: 09-06-2008 21:38 »

I watched "The Final Sacrifice" again. big grin laff

Canada gets riffed on alot!

I love Servo's Canada song. That's just classic.

Also I just watched Samson vs The Vampire Women yesterday.

Apart from the "Who will I kill?" song the entire thing with Torgo the White is hilarious.
La Belle Leela

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« Reply #323 on: 09-06-2008 21:50 »

"You know, if you hit a Rowsdower, you get to keep it!" laff laff big grin

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« Reply #324 on: 09-06-2008 22:11 »
« Last Edit on: 09-06-2008 22:13 »

All right, you two, I said I will!  Hot damn.

(continues nagging)
km:  Listen to the Nurd and T, Hobgoblins is one of the best episodes in my opinion. If you can't get it, one of us will send it to you or something, it's that good.  DrT himself will walk to your house and deliver it in person.

Nurd:
km73

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« Reply #325 on: 09-06-2008 22:59 »

Okay, I checked, apparently it's on YouTube. Thus it will be watched!!  In the near future.
However, I rather like the idea of DrT delivering it. laff  He doesn't have to walk.
He can take a boat across the lake.
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« Reply #326 on: 09-06-2008 23:16 »

Indeed Bergy. BAM! BAM BAM!

Also, who can not forget the infamous 1987 hit Fishpicker eh?
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« Reply #327 on: 09-07-2008 12:17 »
« Last Edit on: 09-07-2008 12:20 »

Let's not spoil all of km's fun.  Don't make me orchestra hit any of you.

Wisconsin?  Bah!  That's like the Michigan of the Central Time Zone (excluding parts of Michigan in the Central Time Zone, of course).  Nah, it's not that bad.
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« Reply #328 on: 09-08-2008 00:36 »

Another awesome thing about Hobgoblins, the Bouncer for Club Scumm was Maynard in Pulp Fiction.
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« Reply #329 on: 09-08-2008 00:49 »

What did the final parking count end up being in that one? 47?
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« Reply #330 on: 09-08-2008 06:08 »

"Sentence fragment, mere phrases"
km73

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« Reply #331 on: 09-09-2008 02:54 »
« Last Edit on: 09-09-2008 02:59 »

So. Watched Hobgoblins, at the behest of certain illustrious individuals. Two words: oh your god. What can you say really. Clearly they spent at least $67 making this movie. I nearly cried when the hobgoblins finally appeared, halfway into the movie, driving that golf cart or whatever, with that quality music playing in the background.  "Enough with the Count Chocula music!" Don't know what the final parking count was, but the parking scenes really grounded the movie, don't you think? (Reminded me of the nonstop refueling in "Starfighters").  Ok, why were neither the vault, nor the cage-thing surrounding the vault, nor the door leading to the vault, ever locked?  And...army-dude had an unlimited supply of grenades because...?
Yeah. Sheer dreck, pretty much.

Oh, and, Nurdbot, I saw your comments. laff
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« Reply #332 on: 09-09-2008 08:23 »

Apparently, Rick Sloane is a slight Misognyst too considering most of his other films are based on Sleazy Undercover Cop who Pretends To Be A Hooker.

But bless his heart for taking all the hate on the cheek and actually trying with a in joke laden Sequal.

Also, I forgot the hilarious phone sex gags from that movie.
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« Reply #333 on: 09-09-2008 08:34 »
« Last Edit on: 09-09-2008 08:37 »

Well, now that we've all seen it, I can finally say:

My fajita plate was really hot and I touched iiiiiiit!

...The man lands on a freakin' grenade...
km73

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« Reply #334 on: 09-09-2008 17:37 »

I like how he not only didn't actually die, but also just showed up basically as if nothing had happened, despite having a grenade explode underneath him and being fully on fire for what seemed like quite a good while.

Also loved how the goblins just automatically converged on the security guard guy's cheesy friends, inevitably; after all, it's not like there were, oh, probably THOUSANDS of other people around they could have chosen to pick on.
No attempt was even made to provide any semblance of a reasonable explanation for this, naturally.

 
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« Reply #335 on: 09-09-2008 18:14 »

The little dudes loved Kyle's red shorts. That is my answer.
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« Reply #336 on: 09-09-2008 20:20 »

I like how he not only didn't actually die, but also just showed up basically as if nothing had happened, despite having a grenade explode underneath him and being fully on fire for what seemed like quite a good while.

How he even caught fire in the first place is a mystery. Though for all it's faults I think we can all agree that the rake fight was EPIC!
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« Reply #337 on: 09-09-2008 20:27 »

But bless his heart for taking all the hate on the cheek and actually trying with a in joke laden Sequal.
No!  Bad movies can be fun and self-aware movies are sometimes fun, but bad, self-aware movies don't deserve to exist.
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« Reply #338 on: 09-10-2008 02:18 »

Though for all it's faults I think we can all agree that the rake fight was EPIC!

"I could watch this forever..  and I have a feeling I probably will be!"

The little dudes loved Kyle's red shorts. That is my answer.

As good a reason as any...

And: "I shot you instead, is that okay?"

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« Reply #339 on: 09-10-2008 22:32 »

So, I also just recently watched Hobgoblins, and there were definite times when those making it had to have known how ridiculous it was (the grenade scene esp. The rake scene seemed sadly sincere, though), but even in light of this they did so badly, so I guess it works still. Intentional badness is how _____ Movie ideas come about.

I also watched your Sidehackers, you magnificent son of a bitch.
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« Reply #340 on: 09-11-2008 01:46 »

Sidehackers taught them to be very careful when choosing certain movies because the rape scene in it.

Also, god the movie it self was stupid (sidehacking such a failure as a sport in general) and depressing.
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« Reply #341 on: 09-11-2008 01:53 »

You'll have to watch the shorts as well.

Comedic greatness, that's all I have to say about them!

(Mr B-natural is hotttt!) big grin
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« Reply #342 on: 09-11-2008 03:06 »

The Circus short is amazing.

"Oh my God they're doing it clown style!!"
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« Reply #343 on: 09-11-2008 19:28 »

Mr B Natural scares me frown

I think my favorite short is "A Date with Your Family."  (easily found on youtube)

"emotions are for ethnic people!"

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« Reply #344 on: 09-11-2008 20:10 »

"Once Upon a Honeymoon" is way too awesome for being a musical short.  "Assignment Venezuela" is also a really good one that doesn't usually come up in conversations about the best shorts.

Talking of which, my Killer Shrews DVD is on the fritz.  It must have gotten scratched up somehow when I knocked my PS2 over.
km73

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« Reply #345 on: 09-11-2008 20:17 »

Who doesn't Mr. B Natural scare?

Hmm, no, I don't believe I've seen Assignment Venezuela.

Oh, I can't even think to nail down a favorite short, too many of them are right brilliant; but I guess I tend to favor any of those amazingly depressing ones, maybe for the juxtaposition of their moroseness with the MST humor.. And yeah, I always got laughs out of the stereotypical 50s ones like the aforementioned "Date" or also that one with the kitchen appliances.
Handkerchief-head "Hired" is pretty hilarious.
But sooo many really.
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« Reply #346 on: 09-11-2008 20:26 »

The safetly one is pretty good too.

"So let me get this straight the main causes of acidents are fun, sex and old age?"

"Now go in peace to love and serve Union Pacific."
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« Reply #347 on: 09-11-2008 20:30 »

"There is one terrifying word in the world of nuclear physics…"

"Oops."

"Radiation."

"Oh."
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« Reply #348 on: 09-12-2008 01:05 »

And the ever-popular, NO SPRINNNGS!big grin
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« Reply #349 on: 09-12-2008 01:32 »

"A violent argument errupted over whose day was more pleasant"
La Belle Leela

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« Reply #350 on: 09-12-2008 21:52 »

The best line in Spring Fever, is

"It looks like he parted his hair with a band saw!" big grin
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« Reply #351 on: 09-12-2008 22:05 »

Just watched The Brain That Wouldn't Die last night. That one's classic.

"Gahhh, I'm in another dimension! Waaah!"
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« Reply #352 on: 09-13-2008 06:48 »

"I'm falling in a 45 degree angle, breaking every law of physics"
km73

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« Reply #353 on: 09-13-2008 17:47 »

^ That sounds like something that might be a caption on a lolcat pic.

Just watched The Brain That Wouldn't Die last night. That one's classic.

Oh yes. Absolutely.
A couple other good ones that kinda get overlooked are Tormented - the one with the guy who throws his girlfriend off a lighthouse - and The Sinister Urge.
Then there's Mitchell. And Daddy-O. And the one with the motorcycling guy named Toblerone...
Attack of the the Eye Creatures is a.. groundbreaking must-see, as well.
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« Reply #354 on: 09-13-2008 19:32 »

"You know, if you hit a Rowsdower, you get to keep it!" laff laff big grin



ROWSDOWER SAVES US. Excellent episode, just finished watching it on youtube smile
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« Reply #355 on: 09-14-2008 14:07 »

^ That sounds like something that might be a caption on a lolcat pic.

Just watched The Brain That Wouldn't Die last night. That one's classic.

Oh yes. Absolutely.
A couple other good ones that kinda get overlooked are Tormented - the one with the guy who throws his girlfriend off a lighthouse - and The Sinister Urge.
Then there's Mitchell. And Daddy-O. And the one with the motorcycling guy named Toblerone...
Attack of the the Eye Creatures is a.. groundbreaking must-see, as well.

If you haven't seen Pumaman yet, watch it!
km73

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« Reply #356 on: 09-14-2008 18:34 »

Oh, I have; I have.  Inept flying scenes coupled with disco music, anyone?
That's basically the gist of it.
I love how when he "flies", he's just meandering around all over the place.  I think that movie had almost as much of a budget as Hobgoblins.

"I hate to be picky, but pumas aren't really known for flying."
"Soundtrack by my little brother's Casio."
"The theology contained within this picture may not be wholly accurate."

Ooh, ooh, also, random Hobgoblins-related thought: maybe that song was actually "Fish Sticker".
As in a fish stick...

And to again haphazardly throw out some more, City Limits and Teenagers from Outer Space are "good" also.
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« Reply #357 on: 09-14-2008 18:51 »

Time Chasers is also classic

"Looks like grandma came back to life, built a plane, then crashed it"
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« Reply #358 on: 09-15-2008 00:31 »

I love City Limits and Pumaman because it goes to show even Donald Pleasence and James Earl Jones needs to bring in the bacon sometimes.
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« Reply #359 on: 09-15-2008 01:58 »

Finally got around to watching Sidehackers. Man is that movie stupid. Some great riffing on it though.

Paisley: "I never did get your name."

Rommel: "Rommel."

Crow: "Oh you magnificent bastard I read your book."
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