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Kraftwerk: The Robots - Sweded Video

Horrible fat person pretends to be Kraftwerk!

A happy new Year all - here's "Theater of Blood" for you! :D

Even if you don't know much about Shakespeare - Vincent Price is just highly enjoyable in this classic horror movie:

Nostalgia Critic: You’re A Rotten Dirty Bastard – A Christmas Special

As we're closing in on Christmas it's time for one of the funniest clips the guys over at thatguywiththeglasses.com have done in a while - in my opinion. It's a heart warming story about a man who has lost his will to live, but then gets visited by his guardian angel who shows him what the world would be like without him!

Bwaaaahahaa, nice. :)

A 911-"truther" comments on the BP oil spill - the next "Double Rainbow"?

Conspiracy nutters and creationists seldom disappoint when you're looking for the stupid out there. Sometimes you even get twice the stupid for the same price. As is the case with Nicholas here, also known as truth777alexjones, doctoranswers or theanswersofnwo. Since he left youtube crying about how it was censoring his "truther" videos (his accounts got closed after he broke the TermsOfService on a number of occasions: advertising pyramid scam schemes or youtube cheat-bots that could dramatically increase your views - so the claim - but basically just got your accounts closed down by youtube) he has opened up his own video webpage http://youruploadsite.com especially for all those who, like him, had enough of THEM censoring their revolutionary views here on youtube. :)

There he goes on repeating Alex Jones' bullshit while trying to sell advertising space and (once more) pyramid scheme nonsense ways that are guaranteed to "make you rich quick on teh interwebz"! (not).

Enjoy this clip of him commenting on the underwater-camera-view of the BP Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico and babbling about a fire under water... :D

Oh - and notice my high end very first attempt at some animation of sorts there in the Beginning? :D Classy!

Terry Pratchett's "Guards! Guards!" live with John Rhys-Davies!

Nnnnice!

This is a live performance of "Guards! Guards!" by Terry Pratchett, one of my favourite Discworld novels. It has been adapted for audio by David Benedict and got performed live at Dragon*Con 2001 by the Atlanta Radio Theatre Company.

Featuring John Rhys-Davies as Lupine Wonse.
Photography by Ken Grimes and Caran Wilbanks.

Enjoy! :)

Parts 4-5 right here, after the break! :)

Ramesh B. Weeratunga - "Ring of Fire (Bollywood)"

I recently came across this lovely little music video, it's the old classic "Ring of Fire", made popular by Johnny Cash (actually it's one of the first songs I remember - my parents had it on record), but redone with some added Indian flavour and quite some tongue in cheek. :)

Isn't it great? :)

Mr.Plinkett reviews: Star Wars, The Phantom Menace

It should be obvious by now from the contents of this blog that I'm a big fan of online movie reviews of shlocky movies - the ones I post here are just the best I find, I watch many more.

What makes a good crappy-movie-review for me? Well, for one it really helps when the reviewer actually knows stuff. Just saying "this sucks" I can do too, but to explain why something sucks so bad that it has an event horizon from which no braincells can ever return once they got into it's range - that is an art...

So let me introduce you to Mr.Plinkett. I have already posted movie reviews from his webpage redlettermedia.com before here - like the one he did about the Star Trek reboot. If you have seen them you don't need more information, you already know the phenomenon that is called Plinkett.

If you haven't: Mr.Plinkett has a unique insight into the movies he talks about, laying his fingers on the weak spots, giving credit where credit is due, pretty much all the time being spot on. That, and he also tortures & murders women in his basement.

Nice bloke, though.

What turned him from a funny act from some webpage into the internet celebrity he is today (with mentions at MTV or Entertainment Weekly) has got to be his review of Star Wars, the Phantom Menace - probably the best existing review of this disaster of a movie worldwide. Enjoy! :)

Chad Vader Delivers

Chad Vader has to face some really tough questions in this interview:

The Thatguywiththeglasses - Team does scary Halloween stuff!

Because it's Halloween the team over at thatguywiththeglasses.com has been quite busy reviewing a whole bunch of scary movies... Well, some are actually more "scary" (with the quotation marks) than actually scary, but that's all part of the fun, isn't it? Here's my favourites so far, all bundled together for you to enjoy!

Nostalgia Critic and Cinema Snob: Leprechaun

We start with my two favourite tgwtg-reviewers giving their opinion on "Leprechaun" - an 80's "horror"-classic in which a shaved Ewok from Ireland in striped stockings is terrorizing a bunch of yokels in America:

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