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  1. sixgunbuddyguy

    What film got you into the FORUM?

    I apparently created my account about a year ago, but it wasn't until I got a ticket to the Irving Plaza shows in May that I actually starting posting. And the thread for ninja turtles got CRAZY, so that was good timing.
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    EPISODE 117 - Theodore Rex: LIVE!

    I'm kind of confused about how many complaints there are about the past two episodes. I mean, first off, it's a free podcast so really that fact that it even exists should have everyone grovelling. Secondly, only those two episodes are like that. Two. Out of one hundred seventeen (not even counting the mini eps). Is it that people are just now starting the podcast and they haven't heard any of the others so they think this is the norm? I can't even make much sense of that since Paul starts both ones with a disclaimer about the quality. One of life's mysteries, I suppose. ANYWAY, I was not planning on saying that much, I really just came to say I'm sad that I've missed out on so much of the last two episodes because I haven't seen these movies, but I really want to. Chuck Norris with a dog? Brilliant. Whoopi Goldberg with a dinosaur? GENIUS. I just can't believe I hadn't heard of either of them before this. Hopefully I'll get a chance to view them and make more sense out of everything, but also I hope that the next episode is something I've seen. HEAR THAT PAUL? READ MY BRAIN AND FIND MOVIES THAT I ALREADY KNOW. thanksssssss
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    What film got you into the podcast?

    I've been listening for almost 2 years exactly. September 26, 2013. A day that will live in comedy. I remember it well. I slept in, as I was not going to work that day. Oh no, I had far greater plans in store. Plans of jury duty!! As I hopped on Facebook before I left, I asked people for podcast recommendations so I could fill my day of assumed boredom. And just over an hour later, there was my answer, my savior, my podcast. A friend said Paul Scheer had a podcast making fun of shitty movies. "What's that?" I thought. "Paul Scheer? Bad movies?" With a lifetime of MST3K and a mild obsession with Human Giant, those two ingredients were all I needed to hear to know I had found what I was looking for. The friend said to check out the Anaconda episode, so I downloaded and listened to that first. Live at the Bell House, not too far from the courts in Chinatown, I almost felt like I was there. The insults! The laughter! The Michael Ian Black! I was electrified! At times it was all I could do to no burst out into laughter in the nearly silent waiting room. And my life was changed forever. And now I'm getting tired of keeping this whole bit going so I'm gonna wrap it up. I know I downloaded a bunch of others right away, but I don't remember what else I listened to that day. There were a lot where I wanted to watch the movie again before I listened, but it didn't take too long for me to give up on that. Welp, that's my story.
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    MST3K Guest Considerations

    hell yeah, they should have a whole series of rotating the cast members through! and blast, say hi to sting, debbie reynolds, and god for me
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    EPISODE 116 — Top Dog: LIVE!

    I have neither seen this movie nor listened to this episode, so I feel completely qualified to give these corrections and omissions: You guys did not pick up on the obvious and repeated clues that the dog was actually a hybrid Hitler clone, meant to keep his genes alive, unnoticed, until he is ready to be brought back by his loyalists. Paul mentioned that after this movie was released, Chuck Norris was never seen or heard from again. This is not true. He was spotted in Belize last year giving self defense lessons under the name "The Neck Whisperer." Zouks noticed, quite perceptively, that the female love interest was actually not human, but an android. What he failed to realize, however, was that this android was in fact the creation from Fritz Lang's 1927 film Metropolis, making this a sequel, and the completion of a very drawn out social commentary on the Nazis.
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    EPISODE 115.5 — Minisode 115.5

    i was confused about that as well! WHAT'S GOING ON HERE is it just me or were there a lot of C&Os this week? about this whole president thing, i think they intentionally didn't name him so we could debate on our own if in this universe, mark cuban, tank shark, was elected president. i'm disappointed that top dog isn't on netflix, but there is a top cat movie! so i'll just watch that and assume it's approximately the same movie with a different animal
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    i love vole-cano, if only because it's actually really hard to tell if you're saying that or the real word. Also I want to see a mountain explode voles and lava out of it
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    There also was the statue of liberty's head in the last one. Unless that was knocked off by a shark?
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    from this it sounds like you get monetary rewards for these souls, so i'm going to go out on a limb and say you're a.... SOULTAKER!
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    Look at that, HDTGM making international bridges, what a place!
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    Great catch! maybe I saw that sign the first time through and that's where I got my original idea from...
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    I think it WOULD in fact be ridiculous, because in the order that they are going, the baby should be named March Oh another point on shark biology, Nova and Muniz seemed like they had done a lot of research on these sharknado sharks, and were saying that they are somehow different than other sharks (they eat BIRDS!!!!!) so maybe that's a theme they are going to explore in the next one. Maybe they really are sentient and can control the weather, and they want to wipe out humanity?
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    corrections? omissions? these are more like explorations...because aren't we all explorers of these movies, and explorers of thought? Let me start off by saying those protesters in the beginning really confused me too, at first I thought they were protesting to leave the sharks alone, because I guess I assumed after the first two movies the government would already be killing off sharks. luckily (or rather unluckily) I watched the first 10 minutes twice because my on demand screwed up and I lost my place on the first try, and I saw they were anti-shark (and actually one said "fin for president," so suck on that mark cuban). side note on president mark cuban: IMDB now says his character name is Marcus Robbins. Great segue into my next piece, about characters and cameos. At what point does a role stop being a cameo? I'd say Cuban and definitely The Hoff were pretty important characters. I feel like people are starting to use "cameo" to just mean a role by a celebrity that wasn't made public before the movie? or that maybe is beneath their status? Someone, made the point that that real housewife lady was actually a child actor, so this could really be seen as just another role for her. Moving on, there was a scene that made for a lot of confusion in this episode, but seemed clear to me when I watched it. Those mascara bullets! I assumed that she had taken mascara things, and made shotgun shells out of them, so she was assuring the soldier that they were real ammunition, not just tubes of black shit for your eyes. I can't figure out why she would need those though, since you have to be carrying a shotgun to use them and at that point you aren't being sneaky. but it does actually add level of depth to her saying "they're real," despite that level being shameless product placement. Lastly, I want to keep going on about this shark biology question. They mention the lack of consistency on how the sharks move through buildings and people, but I feel like this one took it to a whole other level that they didn't even touch on. It seems like when people are doing the killing, the sharks are now just made of jello. in the beginning, fin shoves a statue head into the face of a shark, with apparently a lot of difficulty and doesn't seem to get all that much power into it. Regardless, that head makes it probably half way into that shark body, and it just becomes goo. this culminated, for me, in the daughter on the rooftop with her new boyfriend shooting sharks. When she runs out of ammo, she basically pistol whips an oncoming shark with the rifle, and it completely disintegrates! There is NOTHING left of that shark! just from being swatted with a rifle butt! chainsaws and shotgun blasts don't usually show that level of power! I think there was something else but I forgot it. oh well...
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    EPISODE 115 — Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!

    I'm so excited to listen to this on my train home today. I don't know if they film it a certain way on purpose, or if I'm just a psychic, but I could always tell when there was a cameo, even when I didn't recognize the person. It's like they keep the shots just a beat too long for them to just be establishing a character. Of course with the amount of cameos in this thing, it really pads out the run time. I guess they just really want to make sure you saw who they got, and make sure that 90 minutes gets filled.
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    EPISODE 114.5 — Minisode 114.5

    i thought you were going to say they were like the chicken fights because you can't believe they keep going back to that played out crutch
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